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false advertising

Advertising that contains blatantly false or misleading statements, whether intentional or not.False advertising may be grounds for rescission,or cancellation,of a contract,and it may also provide the basis for an award of compensatory and punitive damages.

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Fruehauf, opening a NASBA office in Washington, D.C., was suggested by two committees to "provide more effective input by the accounting profession to the development of regulations as they pertain to independent accountants."
In addition to RSA's cooperative efforts with EEOC and PCEPD, we have established linkage with other federal agencies involved in the development of regulations and the Technical Assistance Plan for all four titles of ADA.
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"Previously finances were spent for systemic improvements, development of regulations, procurement of equipment.
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- time frame of development of regulations for harmonization of the order of move of goods and vehicles in line with the Customs Union regulations;
Disconnection of phone tapping system is not solution, said MP Dastan Bekeshev, chair of the parliamentary committee for human rights, equal opportunities and public associations at the meeting of the working group for examination and development of regulations on the audio surveillance system.
Abu Dhabi The Abu Dhabi Education Council (ADEC) says it has finalised the development of regulations for private schools in the Abu Dhabi emirate, in preparation for submission to the Executive Council for approval.

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