Applicant

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Applicant

A person who has made a formal request. For example, a person who has asked for a loan from the bank, but has not yet been approved, is said to be an applicant for that loan.
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We are talking about the difference between training 50,000 and 150,000 personal licence holders if every shift has to be covered.
The revised minimum financial standing levels for standard national and international licence holders and applicants have been announced by the Department for Transport.
10am - befor f e the hours the shop was allowed to and without the premises licence holder being present.
Established in 1983, the Lakey & Co group sells businesses nationwide through its network of regional offices, with licence holders such as Mr Ward operating as self-managed agencies backed by the Lakey & Co brand and the support of the group.
The Sustainable Forest Licence holders harvesting wood fibre on Crown forests north and east of Sault Ste.
He warned all licence holders to be extra vigilant so that any problems could be ironed out.
Shamim Akhtar, the owner and licence holder, said they were worried about what would happen.
Ameens is in the Groat Market and Mr Okasha has been licence holder since 2005.
Someone trying to renew a licence with the same conviction will be refused and must wait five years, and a licence holder is likely to have their licence revoked.
A provisional driving licence holder must be accompanied by a full licence holder aged over 21 who has held a licence for more than three years.
POLICE have asked councillors to review the licence holder of a Huddersfield restaurant.
The Board's general secretary Simon Block said: "The purpose of the inquiry will be to establish the facts, and from those facts to deal with any licence holder who may have contributed in some way, shape or form to the situation.