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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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43-1-7 (2010) states: "Each professional licensing board is authorized to charge an examination fee, license fee, license renewal fee, or similar fee and may establish the amount of the fee to be charged.
Staff support for the board's activities is provided by the IN Professional Licensing Agency, an arm of the Executive Brach, accountable to the Governor.
Administered by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, the Site Remediation Professional Licensing Board establishes licensing requirements and oversees the licensing and performance of site remediation professionals.
The registration of physicians, from both the private and public sectors, is part of the DHAAEs health regulations programme to create a single professional licensing and regulation organisation within Dubai .
BRD 152 Makes appropriation for building for school of nursing at Nevada State College BDR 192 Makes certain changes relating to the safe handling of patients BDR 216 Revises provisions relating to health care professional licensing boards.
Previously, state law limited system access to professional licensing boards and employers.
Examiner reported that the Occupational and Professional Licensing Division (OPLD) kept the records "in such disarray" that the inspector general could not even review them.
The state legislature passed the law in question as a bill proclaimed as "relating to professional licensing." "Professional licensing" is a gerund, the noun form of the verb referring to the act of obtaining, maintaining, or revoking the state's authority for a person to engage in professional activity.
McBride suggests you file a complaint with the state professional licensing bureau where the business is located.
National professional licensing bodies can take a leading role by initiating negotiations to develop a mutual understanding and recognition of each others' professional licensing prerequisites.

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