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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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unreasonable additional costs on grazing permittees.
Permittees are constantly requesting new product offerings in order to meet the demands of their customers, yet the ABC is forced to delist thousands of SKUs per year due to inventory limitations.
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.
The Corps required monitoring reports for 89 of the 152 permit files reviewed where the permittee was required to perform compensatory mitigation.
Permittees are required to register with the State Board of Equalization in order to appropriately collect and remit sales and excise taxes.
Under the new bill, the requirement that limited rights of use and occupancy to 25 years or to the death of the owner or his or her spouse, whichever comes later, is eliminated and allows for the granting of renewals or extensions of leases or permits on federal land within the valley to the heirs, successors and assigns of lessees or permittees of record.
We issued 274 permits, but 61% of the permittees did not participate, in part to protest the hunt.
One city warns it may bar permittees from receiving future building permits if a final waste management plan is not submitted properly at the projects' end.
American Sales & Management Organization (ASMO) -- one of five General Aeronautical Service Permittees operating at the airport -- has purchased seven Teleflex Lionel Dupont (TLD)-Tracma TEX15 electric baggage tractors.
We could take the dollars currently used to subsidize the permittees [ranchers] and buy winter hay or pellets for the cattle.
Between 1942 and 1964, the commercial sea lion hunts were almost exclusively made by Sonoran permittees, mostly based at Guaymas.