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Licensing

Arrangement in which a local firm in the host country produces goods in accordance with another firm's (the licensing firm's>) specifications; as the goods are sold, the local firm can retain part of the earnings.
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The Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 came fully into force in September 2009 and this release reflects the fifth full year of operation under the new licensing arrangements.
Las Pinas License Extension Office, Quezon City District Office, Makati Licensing Center, San Juan Licensing Center, Mandaluyong Extension Office, Tacloban Licensing Center, Manila East District Office, Taguig Extension Office, Manila Licensing Center, Valenzuela District Office and Manila Renewal Section.
But the licensing landscape becomes even more complicated.
Apply the consumer research on preschool behavior and parents' spending to your licensing program.
* Variety of licensing rules for the most common licensing scenarios.
All you need to do is contact TV Licensing and provide your name, address, date of birth and National Insurance number.
With this in mind, TV Licensing is reminding people aged 75 and over in Middlesbrough to make sure they're claiming their free TV licence.
"One of the most notable measures introduced is a bill that will enable the Department of State to approve new technologies for real estate salesperson and broker licensing courses, as well as other broker education amendments.
* Work and people now move easily across geographic lines, and qualified, licensed CPAs in good standing should be able to practice in more than one state or jurisdiction without undergoing a time-consuming, redundant licensing process in each.
The two most important goals for candidates to become CPAs are passing the Uniform CPA Exam and meeting licensing requirements.
This narrow exception applies to foreign withholding taxes imposed on payments in certain back-to-back computer licensing arrangements.
That was before the National Association of Insurance Commissioners partnered with the industry in 1996 to form the National Insurance Producer Registry--an electronic system designed to facilitate multistate licensing, appointments and other producer-related business--as an alternative to a proposed federal National Association of Registered Agents and Brokers.