Accommodation

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Accommodation

A form of loan in which the borrower is not obligated to compensate the lender. These loans are often accompanied by accommodation bills, which guarantee that a third party compensates the lender, should the borrower be unable.  Troubled financial institutions frequently use accommodation loans.

Accommodation

In the Uniform Commercial Code, a situation in which a seller makes delivery of goods of insufficient quality. The buyer may accept or reject the whole of the goods, but may not accept only a portion. See also: Partial Performance.
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Answers to frequently asked questions regarding reasonable accommodation requests for assistance animals;
As the EEOC explains, the interactive process is "a process designed to enable the employer to obtain relevant information to determine the feasibility of providing the leave as a reasonable accommodation without causing an undue hardship.
Whether telecommuting constitutes a reasonable accommodation depends on the essential functions of the job and whether such functions can be performed away from the worksite.
thanks the FAA for its efforts to address the reasonable accommodation needs of service dog handlers.
They, therefore, should not request, review or retain medical documentation associated with a request for reasonable accommodation.
Mental health care providers involved in helping patients to return to work have to think about safety, privacy, and the possibility of discrimination as well as the ADA provisions that require employers to make reasonable accommodations for workers with disabilities, officials say in the guidance.
UPC directive on reasonable accommodation largely ignored
In addition, an employer is required to make a reasonable accommodation to the known disability of an employee if it would not impose an "undue hardship" on the operation of the employer's business.
Participants are analysing the use of reasonable accommodation and positive action, prevention tools that were created by these two directives, primarily in the case of the disabled and older workers, prior to a debate on how to react to discrimination in companies (including the creation of a procedure for giving evidence, diversity checks, etc), particularly in cases of racial or gender-related persecution.
The solution in France should not have been imposing a law against wearing the burqa, but rather looking for a reasonable accommodation between public service requirements and the religious freedoms of citizens to create strong social bonds.
Second, the article addresses the conditions of which DA may provide or deny reasonable accommodation requests from a qualified individual with a disability in light of the newly expanded definition of disability.