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Conclusion: Reasons for deferral may vary due to difference in socio-economic status, and cultural and environmental factors.
The Interest Cover Ratio will continue to be tested every six months to determine whether or not a Mandatory Deferral Event exists.
However, a downturn in the economy, loan modifications, service transfers, loss of the deferral status and other less-than-ideal scenarios can lead to payment shock for the borrower and potential losses for the lender.
The deferral donors were maximum in the age group of 21-30 years (36.
Travel to most of these countries already brings a blood donation deferral of at least 28 days.
The amount of the QNEC was 50% of the deferral percentage for the employee's group in the plan-i.
Objectives: To evaluate blood donor deferral causes and possibility of donor retrieval.
This recommended change is consistent with the recommendation of an independent expert advisory panel, the HHS Advisory Committee on Blood and Tissue Safety and Availability, and will better align the deferral period with that of other men and women at increased risk for HIV infection.
Some commenters noted that their deferral increases this year will come from their new eligibility to make catch-up contributions.
KEY WORDS: Blood donor, Blood transfusion, Temporary deferral, Permanent deferral.
The 2012 Bondholders also approved waivers of any event of default under the terms of the 2012 Bonds which might occur by reason of the ineffectiveness of the equivalent deferrals requested from the 2013 Bonds or the Bank Creditors and also waived any events of default under the Intercreditor Agreement, in both cases up to and including 10 December 2012, whereas the 2013 Bondholders did not approve this agenda item.