Endorsement


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Endorsement

 

a transfer signature, that is, a signature written on the back of a draft, check, bill of lading, or some other type of security to establish transfer of legal title of these documents from one person (the endorser) to another. The endorsement may be a full endorsement, that is, an endorsement to the order of a person (indicating to whom or to whose order the document is transferred), or a blank endorsement (to bearer). The endorsement on a draft or check makes the endorser liable for the amount indicated on the document.

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When the image of a celebrity is affected via accusations of inappropriate, immoral or bizarre conduct, it can instantly generate difficulties for the endorsement process (any adverse publicity about the celebrity can diminish the attraction of the brand which the celebrity backs).
In contrast, the Higher Education Endorsement Program focuses on the financial and business competencies that are required for students' long-term careers.
First things first: FINRA and SEC guidelines state that endorsements are fine as long as they do not come from a client and are not related to financial services or your ability to manage money.
Expect Obama to lose the endorsement race, but it is another matter for him to lose the election.
Races in those areas are less likely to get an endorsement.
They measured endorsement credibility based on the ideological leanings of newspapers, ownership, and reader preferences.
also will work with those covered by the endorsement to select an attorney, CPA or other professional knowledgeable in such proceedings and recognized to practice before ATF.
When this occurs, the additional insured is granted coverage as specified on the additional insured endorsement.
We contacted prominent papers from communities in the central and southern regions of Illinois in addition to the Chicago metros and asked to reprint portions of their endorsement editorials, which are included here and on Page 15.
But Malicious Damage Endorsement is an Extension of the Riot and Strike Endorsement of the Fire Insurance Policy and, in my opinion, the same should therefore follow my write-up, in respect of the later Endorsement, I am of the opinion that doing so would render the context of Malicious Damage Endorsement more comprehensible to understand:
Its endorsement of Barack Obama would thus be classified as a consistent surprise endorsement.
Donna acknowledges that recommendations provide details about you and your work that can't be gleaned from a simple endorsement.