It is, Bolick says, arguable that the Guarantee Clause is inapplicable in the Arizona case because the clause is ''an affirmative obligation
on the national government rather than a restriction on the states.
ABA believes that the National Credit Union Administration has an affirmative obligation
to limit this type of expansion," wrote ABA Senior Economist Keith Leggett in the letter to the agency.
Directors have an affirmative obligation
to protect and advance the interests of the corporation and to absolutely refrain from engaging in conduct that harms it.
In other words, it is the affirmative obligation
of the physician to ensure that no interim harm comes to the patient.
For example, importers now have an affirmative obligation
to verify the safety of the food they bring into the United States.
Bush signed the Housing and Community Development Act, which stated that the two GSEs "have an affirmative obligation
to facilitate the financing of affordable housing for low-income families.
Tarbert said the Professional Ethics Committee has opined that an attorney has an affirmative obligation
, under Rule 4-3.
Ganim (12) with the issue of "whether, under the state constitution, the state of Connecticut has an affirmative obligation
to provide its indigent residents with minimal subsistence.
Pharmacists are technicians, not professionals who are self-regulating, and normally they have an affirmative obligation
to take the "orders" of their clients.
Thus, the FVM was the preferred method, yet P was under no affirmative obligation
to elect it.
Under Miranda rules, police who question criminal suspects have an affirmative obligation
to notify them of their right to remain silent and to have attorney representation.
or Canadian tax authorities in designing legislation and regulations, they have acted with the firm belief that it is their affirmative obligation
to do so.