The grandfather clause
does not apply to the discriminatory tax moritorium.
For the purposes of illustrating the effects of the grandfather clause
, however, the following abstraction seems reasonable.
Many associations apply a grandfather clause
when they introduce a new certification, which means that someone earns the certification based on experience or other criteria but not on an actual exam.
Finding no safety justification for the exemption, the NTSB recommended that PHMSA eliminate the grandfather clause
from its regulations and require that all gas transmission pipelines constructed before 1970 be subjected to a hydrostatic pressure test that incorporates a spike test.
A more generalized grandfather clause
on telecommunication services that are used to access the Internet, such as backbone digital subscriber lines and cable platforms.
Under the rule, employers have only 60 days from the publication of the standard to meet requirements of the grandfather clause
Representation became slightly less proportional than it was under the amalgam system, notably because the grandfather clause
applied in relation to a lower total number of seats.
However, they contain a grandfather clause
for debt outstanding before that date.
And over the objections of Clarke, the council added a grandfather clause
that made legal the Rumors tumor and its imitators.
Both the National Federation of Independent Business and the American Small Business League oppose a grandfather clause