Even Singapore has provided limited discretion
FASB has a draft list of indicators to describe the barriers; for example, if an NFP group must perform a measurable task, such as erecting a building or creating a scholarship, the organization has limited discretion
about how the money can be spent.
Yet the Corps is not alone in aggressively eschewing discretion, as the Environmental Protection Agency, Navy, Bureau of Land Management, Interstate Commerce Commission, Department of Agriculture, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Bureau of Reclamation, Coast Guard, and a host of other federal agencies have also insisted they have no or limited discretion
over particular actions within their jurisdiction.
Neither ACICS nor the SDO may submit any new information for the Secretary's consideration, although the Secretary has some limited discretion
to consider information not previously included in the record.
However, during the 1950s, his growing realization that the Federal Reserve System was culpable in both initiating the Great Depression with its policy tightening in 1928 and 1929 and deepening the Depression with its policies after 1929, led him to favor a rule that limited discretion
First, there are "shall-issue" states, in which authorities have limited discretion
to reject an individual for a concealed carry permit based on the criteria provided in the application.
There is only limited discretion
for multiple fines on the same journey - as drivers complained that after passing one enforcement camera entering a bus only zone they had to pass another to get out.
Limit discretion in pricing or underwriting, and ensure that such limited discretion
221) Also notable, and discussed in more detail below, certain courts, particularly the Tenth Circuit, have limited discretion
as to new arguments on appeal to plain error review.
Most of categorical funds come from Title I and schools have only limited discretion
over how these funds are used.
Paragraph 53(1)(b) of the Immigration Act gave the minister limited discretion
to deport refugees in circumstances where they faced the possibility of torture.
This Chapter concludes by proposing that ff EPA were to undertake ESA consultation in its oversight role of state-issued permits, the constraints from EPA's limited discretion
in the permit transfer decision would be avoided, and better species protections would result.