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board rule

A measuring device for finding the number of board feet in a board without calculation.
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Exhibit I is a summary of all jurisdictions and their respective positions with regard to statutes or board rules on commissions, contingent fees, or referral fees.
When deciding to accept an assignment or perform a procedure, the LVN is responsible for ensuring that the standards in Board Rule 217.
For more information regarding the Board, Georgia law, board rules, applications or frequently asked questions please visit the Board's web site at www.
The current Missouri dental board rules do not use the term "expanded-function" assistant, but do provide that dental assistants who have completed board-approved coursework and "show proof" of competence may perform a number of orthodontic and restorative services.
From their rules, restrictions and resale/marketability potentials to repairs, damage, and governing board rules, CONDOMINIUMS: THE PROS AND CONS OF OWNERSHIP covers it all using simple language any potential buyer will readily understand, making it essential and highly recommended reading for anyone considering acquiring a condominium for their residence.
Publicly-held companies face greater demands due to Financial Accounting Standard Board rules and Securities and Exchange Commission regulations.
The Public Authorities Board rules on financial feasibility of projects when public funds are involved.
130 of this title (relating to Board Rules and Ethics Course) must be submitted to and approved by the board.
Those are in place and enforceable as board rules while we conduct an exhaustive review of what's on the books now and set our priorities for issuing new standards.
The Board is authorized to establish rules governing these registered public accounting firms and to assure that these firms comply with Board rules.
In 2009, pursuant to Senate Bill (SB) 1415, the Texas Legislature first authorized the use of deferred discipline, through a pilot program, as an alternative method of resolving minor violations of the Nursing Practice Act (NPA) and Board rules.
The Black Cats were stunned when the Republic of Ireland midfielder's former club Celtic attempted to enforce International Football League Board rules after the 23-year-old headed for Wearside following the expiry of his contract during the summer.