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permit

1. an official certificate or document granting authorization; licence
2. permission, esp written permission

permit

A document issued by a governmental authority having jurisdiction to authorize specific work by the applicant.
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subject to the preference right of permittees to renewal in the
Along with the training DVD aimed at permittees, two other videos have been developed exclusively to aid in the training of law enforcement officials.
40) For excess liability over that limit, the lessee or permittee of the offshore facility is liable up to the overall limit of $75 million, plus all removal costs.
226) Through nutrient management plans enumerating effluent limitations, permittees show how their applications of manure achieve production goals while minimizing nutrient movement to surface waters.
There is no legal barrier to a habitat conservation plan agreement that would require permittees to make additional conservation efforts if necessary to ensure the survival of the species.
We ended fiscal year 2010 with eight more package retail wine and spirits permittees than in the prior year, and 46 additional on-premises (restaurant) permittees.
The soundwalls required by the project's (environmental impact report) near River's End Trailer Park shall be constructed by the permittee within one year of the effective date of this grant.
10) Proof by clear and convincing evidence is required only when an agency seeks to take "penal" action against a licensee or permittee.
The term of the permit between the Permittee and the Trust (the Permit ) may be up to three (3) years with two (2) additional one-year renewal options (the Renewal Options ).
a requirement that the permittee develop and implement a comprehensive
North Umpqua Outfitters, the only permittee based in Douglas County, charges $115 for a full-day trip like Saturday's.
The permittee did not meet the terms and conditions of the permits,'' Morgan explained.