certificate of compliance


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certificate of compliance

A document issued by the responsible governmental authority stating that all of a building, or any designated portion thereof, complies with all provisions of applicable codes, statutes, and regulations.
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The Certificate of Compliance is said to mark a key milestone in clearing the path to market BREVAGen into the eight remaining US states: California, Florida, Maryland, Nevada, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Tennessee.
Meskus said, "Enforcement should proceed at this time and until and unless you secure the required site plan approval and Certificate of Compliance.
In response, the taxpayer first argued that, by issuing the certificate of compliance, the Service was precluded from determining a deficiency in the Federal income tax reported on his return.
Molex Incorporated (NASDAQ: MOLX and MOLXA) announced today a new update to its website that allows users to easily find REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of Chemicals) substance information and a RoHS (Restriction on the Use of Hazardous Material) certificate of compliance for every part published on Molex.
received the certificate of compliance (COC) issued by the Energy Regulatory Commission for the Avion Plant, which is located within the parent firm's clean energy complex in Batangas.
Under the new system, companies may apply to go through joint assessment and get a Certificate of Compliance valid for two years unless there is a complaint.
GreenSoft will contact your suppliers for a certificate of compliance and assist them in completing an EICC Conflict Minerals Reporting Template if necessary.
The sensor can be ordered with a certificate of compliance or an optional NVLAP-accredited calibration from the manufacturer.
ELAU has accepted the certificate of compliance from PLCopen for ELAU's 23 new function blocks, adhering to the interest group's Motion Control Task Force guidelines.
They were: not registering with the Environment Agency in 1999; late registration in 2000; failure to take reasonable steps to recover and recycle in 1999; and not sending a certificate of compliance to the agency.
Certain tines of NexPrene furry vulcanized EPDM/PP thermoplastic elastomers have achieved the USP Class VI certificate of compliance for medical applications.
Upon successfully completing the assessment process, clients are issued a Certificate of Compliance to use to market and promote their certified manufacturing process.

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