Adequate Notice


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Adequate Notice

The clear disclosure of the major terms of a loan. Under the Truth in Lending Act, a lender is required to provide adequate notice before the loan is made. Information included under adequate notice includes the term of the loan, the APR, any applicable fees, and so forth.
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In July 2011, ALJ Patrick Augustine held a hearing, and did not address the movement issue, but instead focused on whether the operator had adequate notice of what the safety standard required.
Some of these photographs used in the one man show are of a disturbing and graphic nature which some persons may find disturbing, however adequate notice is given during the show should someone wish to look away.
It's essential event organisers give police licensing teams adequate notice so that all the necessary checks can be made -- preventing crime, anti-social behaviour and safety of event guests is our priority.
The report finds that Zero Hours Contracts can be a useful option for some employers and employees, but for some the reality is unstable hours, a lack of adequate notice in advance of being required to work, and terms and conditions that are inferior to staff on full-time and other types of contract.
It would be deeply troubling obviously if they (China, Russia) have adequate notice and notwithstanding that they make a decision wilfully to ignore that and not live by the standards of the law," Kerry said in New Delhi.
The purpose of the advance notice provision is to treat all shareholders fairly by ensuring that all shareholders receive adequate notice of the nominations to be considered at a meeting and can thereby exercise their voting rights in an informed manner.
People were getting paid off at the end of that May and we had to try and get them their money because the receiver didn't give them adequate notice.
Handy claimed his three colleagues broke the state's Open Meetings Law by calling the meeting without adequate notice.
He added that the Ministry of Health and Population takes no adequate notice of dentistry.
All those dreams we had were shattered - no adequate notice was given, we were not consulted about our removal, we were not given any alternative, neither were we compensated for the destruction," Gwavuya addded.
In a report, the Energy and Climate Change and the Environmental Audit committees claimed the Government was undermining confidence in energy policy and hurting the UK solar industry by rushing through panicked changes to tariffs without adequate notice to consumers and installers alike.
Keenan said that should give the prosecution time to turn over its evidence to Shroff and for Shroff to prepare an anticipated complaint that the government failed to give Arbabsiar adequate notice (Miranda warning) of his legal right to remain silent before questioning him.