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Necessary

An expense that is appropriate and helpful in furthering the taxpayer's business or income-producing activity. See also Ordinary defined elsewhere in this glossary.
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Under the Parity Act, private insurers are required to provide coverage for all medically necessary treatment for severe mental illnesses.
The necessary treatment of Denktas is being conducted in Lefkosa, Dr.
"I feel it is very necessary that somebody who suffers a mild heart attack can get the necessary treatment in time," she said..
His condition rapidly deteriorated but he failed to get the necessary treatment.
It is unacceptable that people have to pay hundreds of pounds to attend for necessary treatment.'
The "not serious" but necessary treatment was 1st class.
pounds 42.40 includes all necessary treatment covered by the pounds 15.50 charge PLUS additional treatment such as fillings, root canal treatment or extractions.
"If anything went wrong during their treatment or recovery and returned home presenting to a GP or accident and emergency department then the NHS has a duty to provide the necessary treatment no matter what the cause of the problem.
Six days of monitoring revealed that Mendoza was not receiving all her necessary treatment, including a failure by employees to turn her over at proper times and administer eye drops when needed, according to court records.
The House of Commons has passed the government's Mental Capacity Bill despite concerns that it will permit euthanasia by withdrawal of necessary treatment of food and fluids.
The necessary treatment plants to achieve this should have been operational by December 31, 2000, but this is not yet the case for Bangor, Carrickfergus, Coleraine, Londonderry, Larne, Newtownabbey, Omagh, Portrush and Donaghdee in Northern Ireland, Broadstairs, Margate, Brighton and Bideford/Northam in England or Lerwick in Scotland.
Patients have the right to sue health insurers who refuse to authorize medically necessary treatment, the U.S.