Applicant


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Applicant

A person who has made a formal request. For example, a person who has asked for a loan from the bank, but has not yet been approved, is said to be an applicant for that loan.
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At least 10 to 15 person hours are spent reading and evaluating each proposal and the four papers that applicants are asked to contribute.
Spreadsheet returns typically save the applicant professional fees, because most voluntary disclosure practitioners have developed a standard template for the states in which they practice.
Based on 2001 HMDA data, the cornreenter alleged that the Citizens Banks disproportionately excluded or denied African-American and Hispanic applicants for home mortgage loans in various Metropolitan Statistical Areas ("MSAs") in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut.
For 2003 the grant will be available to applicants in all three categories.
Generally, antenna site structure owners have no responsibility for compliance with FCC RFR exposure regulations; that responsibility rests solely with the FCC licensees and applicants.
A: Small bank branches make it easier on the applicant.
Once applicants submit a completed application to the Human Resources Division, a staffing specialist immediately completes preliminary qualifying checks while the applicant waits.
According to the EEOC, employment applications are tests in the same sense that any tool used to determine whether an applicant will go forward in the selection process is a test.
Requirements: Along with a knowledge of golf and its history, applicants (with 2.
Any falsification or misrepresentation made by the applicant shall be ground for outright rejection of his application.
Q3 Applicant Income Increased 1% Household Income for Rent Decreased 1.