Act 34 definition

Act 34 means Act No. 34, Public Acts of Michigan, 2001, as amended.
Act 34 means Act No. 34 of the Public Acts of Michigan, 2001, as the same may be amended from time to time.
Act 34 means Act 34, Public Acts of Michigan, 2001, as amended. “Act 94” means Act 94, Public Acts of Michigan, 1933, as amended. “Act 233” means Act 233, Public Acts of Michigan, 1955, as amended.

Examples of Act 34 in a sentence

  • The following procedures and policies regarding the protection and privacy of parents and students are adopted by the school, pursuant to the requirements of 20 U.S.C. §1232g, et seq., (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) 34 C.F.R. Part 99 and consistent with the requirements of the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act, Minn.

  • Business Address2 WALL STREETCIK:1626556| IRS No.: 383941544 | State of Incorp.:NV | Fiscal Year End: 1231Type: 8-K | Act: 34 | File No.: 333-201029 | Film No.: 221136940SIC: 8200 Educational servicesFL.

  • Substituted by U.P. Act 34 of 1974.2. Substituted by U.P. Act, 30 of 1991, vide Section 10 (a) (w.e.f. 19-2-1991), for the words "may, within six months of the date on which the said Scheme has come into force, put the tenure-holder or the Land Management Committee, as the case may be, in actual physical possession of the chak or lands allotted to the applicant."3.

  • A transfer fee covenant that is executed on or after the effective date of this section, whether or notrecorded, does not run with the title to real property and is not binding on or enforceable against any subsequent owner, purchaser, or mortgagee of any interest in the real property as an equitable servitude or otherwise.History: 2011, Act 34, Imd.

  • In the South African context, the National Credit Act 34 of 2005 and the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008 are recent interventions of this nature.

  • The State Plan and its supplement are in effect subject to the submission of modifications the state determines to be necessary or the commissioner requires based on a change in state policy, a change in federal law, including regulations, an interpretation of the Rehabilitation Act by a federal court or the highest court of the state, or a finding by the commissioner of state noncompliance with the requirements of the Rehabilitation Act, 34 CFR 361 or 34 CFR 363.

  • Eligible individuals who do not meet the order of selection criteria have access to the services provided through the designated state unit’s information and referral system established under Section 101(a)(20) of the Rehabilitation Act, 34 CFR 361.37, and subsection 5.1 of this State Plan.

  • Plaintiffs include inflammatory allegations about the Department of Education in their Amended Complaint, going so far as to suggest that the Department “conspired with the District and other school districts to circumvent and subvert the plain meaning and intent of the Public School Code of 1949 as amended by Act 1, Act 34 and Act 48.” R.14a-16a.

  • The City shall charge Individual Retail Customers of the Township for retail water in accordance with rates and rules consistent with Act 34 which shall be approved from time-to-time by the City Council.

  • The recent ruling of the Supreme Court of Appeal goes against the argument of the Applicants that they have a right to be heard in the Lower Courts in terms of the National Credit Act 34 of 2005.


More Definitions of Act 34

Act 34 means the revised Municipal Finance Act, Act 34, Public Acts of Michigan, 2001, as amended.
Act 34 means Act 34, Public Acts of Michigan, 2001, as amended. “Act 279” means Act 279, Public Acts of Michigan, 1909, as amended.
Act 34 means Act 34, Public Acts of Michigan, 2001, as amended. “Act 94” means Act 94, Public Acts of Michigan, 1933, as amended. “Act 342” means Act 342, Public Acts of Michigan, 1939, as amended. “County” means the County of Genesee, State of Michigan.
Act 34 means Act 34 of the Public Acts of Michiganproperties and appurtenances, used or useful in connection two percent above the Authority’s cost of providing funds equal to the annual principal and interest requirements
Act 34 means Act 34 of the Public Acts of Michiganproperties and appurtenances, used or useful in connection two percent above the Authority’s cost of providing funds equal to the annual principal and interest requirements

Related to Act 34

  • Federal safety requirements means applicable provisions of 49 U.S.C. § 30101 et seq. and all

  • Flying bug insecticide means any insecticide product that is designed for use against flying insects or other flying arthropods, including but not limited to flies, mosquitoes, moths, or gnats. Flying bug insecticide does not include wasp and hornet insecticide, products that are designed to be used exclusively on humans or animals, or any moth-proofing product. For the purposes of this definition only, moth-proofing product means a product whose label, packaging, or accompanying literature indicates that the product is designed to protect fabrics from damage by moths, but does not indicate that the product is suitable for use against flying insects or other flying arthropods.

  • Water quality volume means the volume equal to the first one-half inch of runoff multiplied by the impervious surface of the land development project.

  • Environmental, Health, and Safety Requirements means all federal, state, local and foreign statutes, regulations, ordinances and other provisions having the force or effect of law, all judicial and administrative orders and determinations, all contractual obligations and all common law concerning public health and safety, worker health and safety, and pollution or protection of the environment, including without limitation all those relating to the presence, use, production, generation, handling, transportation, treatment, storage, disposal, distribution, labeling, testing, processing, discharge, release, threatened release, control, or cleanup of any hazardous materials, substances or wastes, chemical substances or mixtures, pesticides, pollutants, contaminants, toxic chemicals, petroleum products or byproducts, asbestos, polychlorinated biphenyls, noise or radiation, each as amended and as now or hereafter in effect.

  • Occupational Safety and Health Law means any Legal Requirement designed to provide safe and healthful working conditions and to reduce occupational safety and health hazards, and any program, whether governmental or private (including those promulgated or sponsored by industry associations and insurance companies), designed to provide safe and healthful working conditions.

  • Applicable water quality standards means all water quality standards to which a discharge is subject under the federal Clean Water Act and which has been (a) approved or permitted to remain in effect by the Administrator following submission to the Administrator pursuant to Section 303(a) of the Act, or (b) promulgated by the Director pursuant to Section 303(b) or 303(c) of the Act, and standards promulgated under (APCEC) Regulation No. 2, as amended.

  • Line-voltage regulation means the difference between the no-load and the load line potentials expressed as a percent of the load line potential. It is calculated using the following equation:

  • Safety Requirements means Prudent Electrical Practices, CPUC General Order No. 167, Contractor Safety Program Requirements, and all applicable requirements of Law, PG&E, the Utility Distribution Company, the Transmission Provider, Governmental Approvals, the CAISO, CARB, NERC and WECC.

  • Flea and tick insecticide means any insecticide product that is designed for use against fleas, ticks, their larvae, or their eggs. “Flea and Tick Insecticide” does not include products that are designed to be used exclusively on humans or animals and their bedding.

  • CFTC Regulations means the rules and regulations promulgated by the CFTC, as amended.

  • Securities Trading Act means the Securities Trading Act of 2007 no.75 of the Relevant Jurisdiction.

  • Water quality standards means provisions of state or federal law which consist of a designated use or uses for the waters of the Commonwealth and water quality criteria for such waters based upon such uses. Water quality standards are to protect the public health or welfare, enhance the quality of water and serve the purposes of the State Water Control Law (§ 62.1-44.2 et seq. of the Code of Virginia) and the federal Clean Water Act (33 USC § 1251 et seq.).