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certificate of compliance

A document issued by the responsible governmental authority stating that all of a building, or any designated portion thereof, complies with all provisions of applicable codes, statutes, and regulations.
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Receipt of the Certificate of Compliance follows a survey conducted by CMS inspectors in the company's Melbourne laboratory in November last year.
Meskus said, "Enforcement should proceed at this time and until and unless you secure the required site plan approval and Certificate of Compliance."
A certificate of compliance was recently issued to Allied Metal Co., a smelter of secondary zinc and aluminum alloys, by QMI of Cleveland, and is valid for three years.
Other changes in the pricing structure include the $100 switching fee for laboratories changing from a certificate of compliance to one of accreditation, and provision to prospective labs with a free cost comparison demonstrating the cost savings.
Upon completion of the review process, vendors will receive URAC's core accreditation, plus a certificate of compliance with the selected standards.
However, horsebox drivers arriving at point-to-points will no longer have to hand over a certificate of compliance, stating their vehicles have been disinfected and have not recently carried farm animals.
Consumers are encouraged to purchase plants from retailers whose plants have been inspected and who display a green Certificate of Compliance.
Based on the new MOU, UL may submit test results to GOST Re, which will then issue the GOST-R certificate of compliance. Conversely, UL may issue the U.S.
Certain lines of Thermoplastic Rubber Systems (TRS), Inc.'s NexPrene 1200 Series fully vulcanized EPDM/PP thermoplastic elastomers (TPEs) have achieved USP Class VI Certificate of Compliance for medical product applications, while others comply with FDA regulations for use in products in non-fatty, non-oily food and potable water applications, the manufacturer announces.
Certain lines of the firm's NexPrene fully vulcanized EPDM/PP thermoplastic elastomers have achieved the USP Class VI Certificate of Compliance for medical products applications, while other lines comply with FDA regulations for use in products in non-fatty, non-oily food and potable water applications.
An IRS agent reviewed the taxpayer's 1988 return and, as a result of the meeting, issued to him an "Annual Certificate of Compliance." In November 1989, the IRS issued a deficiency notice indicating that the taxpayer owed $4,900 of AMT for 1988, and a negligence penalty.

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