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A document issued by a government authority giving permission to proceed with some action.In real estate,one may need some or all of the following permits,to name a few:

• Ademolition permit before destroying a structure
• An excavation permit before doing site work
• An environmental permit for erosion and siltation control on land about to be disturbed
• Autility disturbance permit to move utility lines
• Aconstruction permit for construction
• Ahealth permit for an on-site waste management system
• Ahealth permit for removal of asbestos-containing building components
• Ahighway department permit for on-site signage visible from state or federal highways
• An occupancy permit before a structure can be used

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The permittee shall implement the plan as approved by, and in accordance with, a schedule established by the Director or the Director's designee.
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Many of Mississippi's larger permittees (such as casinos, which employ hundreds of people) were given copies of the DVD so it could be integrated into the organization's official training programs.
The plan established requirements that apply to all federally authorized activities, regardless of whether or not a grazing permittee or oil and gas leasee participates in the CCA program.
Only five permittees opted for the partial backfilling or plugging of dredged canals.
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The permit requires permittees to perform stormwater sampling on a weekly basis when and where stormwater and authorized non-stormwater discharges off site.
The 4(d) rule and Safe Harbor Agreements help us build trust with ranchers and private landowners, while the programmatic consultations provide a framework within which we can move forward on recovery with the Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and livestock grazing permittees.
The bill creates a separate non-lapsing fund called the Aquatic Resource Mitigation Fund, allowing DES to receive payments from wetlands permittees and to pay for wetlands creation or restoration, stream restoration, preservation of upland areas adjacent to wetlands and the monitoring and maintenance of these areas.
But the posting of signs banning CCW permittees from carrying their handguns on business premises sometimes generates big controversies.