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standing order

a rule or order governing the procedure, conduct, etc., of a legislative body
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The standing order guideline is published on the Ministry of Health website: www.
In a standing order, you extend your licensure to lower-level staff.
When used judiciously, standing orders are a very efficient and effective tool in the hands of healthcare providers.
deserved at the very least to have in place the basic communication and medical facilities as set out within the Range Standing Orders.
The couple switched banks from HSBC to Halifax just before Christmas and all their direct debits and standing orders were transferred and the inactive ones cancelled.
A spokesperson from Halifax said: "We were provided incorrect details from HSBC, there were incorrect direct debits and standing orders on the account which the customer was very unhappy about.
Average penalties for bounced cheques and unpaid standing orders or direct debits have risen from around pounds 27 to pounds 32 between August 2003 and August 2006, financial research firm Defaqto said.
A ship's standing orders called for the OOD or XO to brief he CO anytime he walked on 17 the bridge, but that didn't happen.
Average fees on unpaid cheques, standing orders and direct debits have risen by up to a third over the past two years, according to MoneyExpert.
Editor's Note: The court noted that the plaintiff's expert witness condemned the practice of "verbal standing orders.
In total, we are hoping to raise pounds 8,000 in cash and a further pounds 12,000 per year in standing orders, so we are nearly there," added Annabel.
The culprits then set up standing orders payable in to their accounts.