entitlement


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entitlement

(1) To be owed something under the law, such as federal entitlement programs.

(2) That portion of a VA-guaranteed loan that protects the lender in case the veteran defaults.

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The workers accused the minister of finance of playing intrigues with their entitlements by telling them that the file for their entitlements was before the National Assembly which the lawmakers have denied.
By integrating licensing, entitlement management and software delivery solutions with quote to cash process, application producers are able to deliver software electronically, provide a consistent customer experience and accelerate revenue recognition by distributing software licenses faster and more efficiently to paying customers.
Politicians, pundits and academics who talk about entitlements would then have to name the actual programs and argue their merits and demerits.
Sydney, Australia, Oct 16, 2013 - (ABN Newswire) - Indochine Mining Limited (ASX:IDC) (POMSoX:IDC) is pleased to announce that it has today completed settlement of the institutional component of its 2 for 5 accelerated Non-Renounceable Entitlements Offer which was announced on 3 October 2013.
Personality traits are significantly correlated with anger toward God, but hierarchical regression analyses showed that psychological entitlement is a stronger predictor.
Measuring academic entitlement and changes over time is not easy.
Procedural Controls on Entitlement Spending Legislation
The only time that payment can be made in lieu of statutory holiday entitlement is when employment terminates and the employee has accrued but not taken holiday entitlement.
The court also strikes down the regulation of the Land of Hesse on annual paid leave, which restricts, through a carry-over period of nine months on expiry of which the entitlement to paid annual leave lapses, the right of a public servant who is retiring to cumulate the allowances in lieu of paid annual leave not taken because he was unfit for service.
Leave is primarily governed by the Holidays Act 2003, with enhancements and additions to statutory entitlements being provided in some employment agreements.
For a full-time worker the current statutory paid holiday entitlement is 4.
Q I AM a tractor-loving farmer and need some advice regarding my entitlement to drive heavy goods vehicles.