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licensee

a person who holds a licence, esp one to sell alcoholic drink
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a) The licensee provides reasonable notice to the prospective client or the prospective client's representative that the information will not be treated as confidential information in the event the provider does not become a client, and that providing such information will not preclude the licensee from being employed by a party adverse to the potential client in any current or future legal action or proceeding.
It is likely that an FCC licensee that violates the FCC's RFR radiation exposure protection guidelines could expect to receive a severe monetary penalty, be subject to reporting requirements, and possibly face license revocation (if the violation was concealed from the FCC).
In addition, a licensee must conduct a thorough physical inspection of the property and analyze all the factors that may affect the property's value and his/her opinion of that value.
The license defines a particular region, industry, and application in which the licensee can utilize the process technology.
We are pleased with the continued confidence that our investors, and our shareholders in general, have shown to help us and our licensees achieve their recent success in production and in the marketplace.
Thus, when spouses jointly enter into a trust agreement and only one spouse is licensed, the trust instrument should specifically provide that the licensee spouse has exclusive control of the interest in the practice.
A new, broad requirement calls for one year of professional experience using accounting, attest, management advisory, financial advisory, tax or consulting skills in government, industry, academia or public practice, all of which must be verified by a licensee.
WASHINGTON -- In an Order issued January 8, 2007, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) determined that Public Safety licensees involved in the 800 MHz Band Reconfiguration Program may disclose or exchange with one another the terms of Frequency Reconfiguration Agreements (FRAs) or Planning Funding Agreements (PFAs) negotiated with Sprint Nextel Corporation.
The nonlicensee owner must have earned a bachelor's degree if that is required of a licensee.
Wave 4, Stage 2 (Non-Border Licensees) - The deadline for Request for Planning Funding (RFPF) submissions is February 1, 2007 for licensees in the non-border areas that have received a Frequency Proposal Report (FPR) from the TA before December 18, 2006.
A true-up payment for any underpayments by Sprint Nextel or a refund for excess payments to a licensee will be made based on the results of the reconciliation.
Pertaining to the previous corporate updates, the Company is pleased to report the closing on this new licensee from Europe has been finalized.