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A group of underwriters who do not need to proceed to form a syndicate.
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The convened body approved a resolution pinpointing the problems on the 'questionable entry of new members,' the violations to party constitution and bylaws, and that 'loyal and committed' party members have been alarmed over the entry of 'political predators, butterflies and opportunists' to the party.
On behalf of the National Board of Directors of the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses, this letter provides notice to all members of the proposed revision to the association's current constitution and bylaws and the changes under the new Canada Not-For-Profit Act.
DOL regulations provide that the challenger must first have "exhausted the remedies available to him under the Constitution and Bylaws of the" union, or must have "invoked such remedies without obtaining a final decision within three calendar months" before DOL will consider the challenge.
Submitting a roster of your members, your constitution and bylaws at least one month prior to an upcoming conference.
This document contains the constitution and bylaws of the Distance Education and Training Council.
Horn, who was a regional manager for Osco Drug before joining Brooks, has served on the NABP's privacy task force, budget and finance panel, committee on constitution and bylaws and task force on the standardization of technicians' roles and competencies.
At the Department level, he served on the Constitution and Bylaws Committee for the DAV Department of Florida, 1991-1995, and currently serves as Department of Maine Judge Advocate.
Smith for distinguished service to the Society as chair of the Constitution and Bylaws Committee and the exceptional preparation of revisions to the ASAE Constitution and Bylaws.
Last April, he was elected ASB director of constitution and bylaws.
In accordance with NAIIA's constitution and bylaws, honorary membership can be bestowed upon a retired member-firm representative who has demonstrated meritorious service.
Eligibility Any person or institution subscribing to the purposes of the Association and eligible for membership in accordance with this Constitution and Bylaws will become a member upon the acceptance of the application for membership and the payment of dues in accordance with the Bylaws.
The 1976 Constitution and Bylaws for NRA state the following purposes: