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Reinstate

To restore to a previous condition or position.
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The potential danger of a reinstatement provision requiring evidence of insurability is that, if the policy unintentionally lapses due to the insured having functional incapacity or a cognitive reason, it may also result in the insured being unable to pass the underwriting requirements needed to show evidence of insurability.
Reinstatement is more common in the collective labour relations sector than in the non-union sector.
United of Omaha reinstated the policy on January 3, 2006, after Sierra submitted a reinstatement application.
The FMLA's test for whether an employer can deny reinstatement to a properly designated key employee is whether the restoration of the employee will cause "substantial and grievous economic injury" to the operations of the employer, not whether the employee's absence will cause such injury.
This sent the case back to the ALJ, and the temporary reinstatement for miner Ratliff remained in effect.
While Patel's case has once again emphasised the importance of reinstatement tests, the World Anti- Doping Agency ( WADA), in its new code effective from January 2015, has surprisingly removed the requirement.
A reinstatement cost assessment is generally undertaken by a qualified surveyor and aims to ensure that the correct information is obtained regarding the rebuild value of the property.
Mr Twigger said: "Recent estimates from insurance groups estimate that 77% of buildings are undervalued for insurance purposes and the result is that landlords and owners may not fully recoup the full cost of a building's reinstatement, leaving them exposed and facing a funding gap.
Reinstatement has also been demonstrated in human populations with special needs (Spradlin et al., 1969; Spradlin et al., 1966).
Fourth-quarter earnings will include about $175 million in losses attributable to Sandy, after reinsurance and reinstatement premiums.
University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan's resignation and subsequent reinstatement are being used as material for a UVA course this fall that will tackle the brief but turbulent period in the school's history.
In the agency's attempt to promote the use of this provision of the Act, they have also stepped up the use of the authority under the Mine Act to request temporary reinstatement for miners who claim unlawful discharge "while [they] fully investigate the case." In fact, temporary reinstatement carries on long after the case is fully investigated by MSHA and has been held by the Federal Mine Safety and Health Commission to run until the final Commission decision on the merits of the miner's underlying complaint.