Complaints definition

Complaints means the U.S. Complaint and the California Complaint;
Complaints means each of the following documents:
Complaints means the EBMUD Complaint, as amended, the EBMUD

Examples of Complaints in a sentence

Complaints may be submitted at any time after concerns have been brought directly to the World Bank's attention, and Bank Management has been given an opportunity to respond.

For Your Questions and Complaints: Public Information/Market Conduct Indiana Department of Insurance311 W.

For Your Questions and Complaints: Arkansas Insurance Department Consumer Services Division1200 West Third Street Little Rock, AR 72201-1904 Toll Free:1(800) 852-5494Local: 1(501) 371-2640 California:1.

Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) has been set up to redress complaints received regarding sexual harassment.

For Your Questions and Complaints: Office of Superintendent of Insurance Consumer Assistance BureauP.O. Box 1689Santa Fe, NM 87504-1689 1(855) 427-5674 New York:1.


More Definitions of Complaints

Complaints means the initial complaint and any and all subsequent complaints filed in the Actions.
Complaints means the verified complaints submitted by the Company against the defendants in the Citadel Litigation on June 15, 2016 and the defendants in the Matrixx Litigation on November 22, 2016, together with all amendments thereto.
Complaints means the Amended Consolidated Consumer Class Action Complaint
Complaints means the McAllister Complaint, the Envision Complaint, and the
Complaints means the complaint filed on November 9, 1998
Complaints means any complaint made by a student (academic or non-academic in nature), but excluding Academic Appeals. Academic-related complaints may include alleged inadequacies in the provision of a course of study, tuition, supervision, learning support materials, etc. Non-academic complaints normally relate to alleged inadequacies in other services provided to students.
Complaints means any written, electronic, or oral communication that alleges deficiencies related to the identity, quality, durability, reliability, safety, effectiveness, or performance of a device after it is released for distribution.