Adequate Notice


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Adequate Notice

The clear disclosure of the major terms of a loan. Under the Truth in Lending Act, a lender is required to provide adequate notice before the loan is made. Information included under adequate notice includes the term of the loan, the APR, any applicable fees, and so forth.
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Moss reasoned that NAFA was given adequate notice that the department was considering regulating fixed indexed annuities under the Best Interest Contract exemption when it explicitly sought comments on whether annuities were adequately regulated in the proposal.
Donations for Carry the Future and Lifting Hands International will be accepted with adequate notice.
Campaigners from the Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI) say those most likely to be affected by the changes have not received adequate notice and there should be transitional arrangements to lessen the impact of the changes.
The agency did provide adequate notice for three of those 10 refugees, according to court documents.
The legislation was passed this year and insists on certain measures being taken before 'high risk' speakers appear at universities - including giving adequate notice to relevant officials.
This production was clearly a labor of love for its creators and many performers (too many to give adequate notice in this review).
Employees union argued that service conditions, including slashed wages and increased working hours, were imposed abruptly and " illegally" by former civil aviation minister Ajit Singh without giving adequate notice and on the basis of the Dharmadhikari committee's report submitted two years ago.
He said businesses would need adequate notice if they have to pay.
In his challenge, he had accused Queen's of failing to give him adequate notice of dismissal this year.
According to the release, a DFS investigation "uncovered that AXA made changes to certain variable annuity products that limited the potential returns for existing customers without adequate notice to DFS.
The office of state Attorney General Martha Coakley has found selectmen violated the Open Meeting Law in a variety of ways, including failure to post adequate notice of meetings, improper discussions and votes during executive sessions, and deliberating outside of meetings.
An ALJ improperly determined that a company lacked adequate notice when cited for four violations at its plant where an MSHA inspector alleged excessive movement in the ball joints of the steering linkage of four trucks.