Complaints definition

Complaints means each of the following documents:
Complaints or through a provided form found in its Management Interface or through any other statement explicitly expressing its willingness to exercise its rights within thirty (30) days from the date the relevant update is implemented.
Complaints means the EBMUD Complaint, as amended, the EBMUD

Examples of Complaints in a sentence

  • Complaints related to human resources data should not be addressed to the BBB NATIONAL PROGRAMS.

  • Complaints regarding fraud, waste, or abuse of government funds shall be addressed to the HUD Office of Inspector General Fraud Hotline by phone: 0-000-000-0000 or email:

  • However, please note that our Bank Chief Complaints Officer and the Ombudsman for Banking Services and Investments may not deal with complaints that are the subject of arbitration or small claims court proceedings.

  • We particularly draw your attention to the following sections: • Your Responsibilities; • Our Remuneration; • Client Money Disclosures; • Conflicts of Interest; and • Complaints.

  • Complaints will no longer be processed after 1 (one) month in which the shortcoming could have been remedied.

More Definitions of Complaints

Complaints means the U.S. Complaint and the California Complaint.
Complaints. Any expression of dissatisfaction about action taken, or a lack of action by the School, where the Parents seek action by Us must be notified to the School as soon as practicable. A copy of the School's Complaints Procedure can be supplied on request. See also clause 7.18 below.
Complaints means the Class Action Complaints filed in the Actions.
Complaints. If You have a complaint about this Program, call us at 000-000-0000 or write us at P.O. Box 24279 Winston-Salem, NC 27114. We will investigate all complaints and provide You with a resolution within 30 days of our receipt of the complaint. If You remain dissatisfied, You may contact Your insurance department.
Complaints means the operative Complaints filed in the Actions.
Complaints. In the event that discipline against a teacher is considered as a result of a complaint made to a member of the administration by a parent, student, or other person, said complaint shall be promptly brought to the attention of the teacher and investigated. Before discipline is taken, the name of the complainant shall be identified (if known) and a copy of the complaint shall be provided in writing. The teacher will be given the opportunity to respond to and/or rebut such complaint.
Complaints means the initial complaint and any and all subsequent complaints filed in the Actions.