Mutual Recognition Agreement

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Mutual Recognition Agreement

An agreement between two or more jurisdictions to consider licenses and certifications given by one jurisdiction as being valid in the others. For example, if one is licensed to practice dentistry in Oregon and Oregon has a mutual recognition agreement with Washington, one is by extension licensed to practice dentistry in Washington. Mutual recognition agreements may take place within a country (as between U.S. states) or they may be international.
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Being safe, now, I began to puzzle through my sincere but ungrammatical thanks, when there was a sudden mutual recognition --the benefactress and I had met at Allerheiligen.
The two men were on the point of darting towards each other when they suddenly and abruptly stopped, as a mutual recognition took place, and each uttered a cry of horror.
Micawber referred upon a former occasion, being thrown down in the form of an advertisement, was taken up by my friend Heep, and led to a mutual recognition.
The study also aims at clarifying how Member States apply the mutual recognition principle to service providers coming from another Member State, further identifying voluntary certification schemes available to them which can also provide a basis for mutual recognition.
Rex Wong, Managing Director within BNY Mellon's Asia Asset Servicing business, describes the market infrastructure, product developments and aspects of investor education that are needed to bring about the full potential of mutual recognition for exchange-traded funds (ETFs).
The North's Environment Minister Alex Attwood said: "There is no model in Europe for the mutual recognition of penalty points by two jurisdictions.
The delegations will also discuss mutual recognition of equivalence of diplomas.
A copy of the mutual recognition agreement is available on the www.
The Mutual Recognition Regulation gives a definition of the rights and obligations of both the Member States and the industry.
If companies and national regulatory authorities both have a clear understanding of the Mutual Recognition Regulation, it should go a long way toward breaking down EU barriers to trade.
CBP has actively engaged with international partners to define and achieve mutual recognition of customs security practices.
NuvaRing is already approved in 14 European Union territories using the Mutual Recognition Procedure with the Netherlands as the Reference Member State.