KRS definition

KRS means the Kentucky Revised Statutes.

Examples of KRS in a sentence

  • If the foreign entity is not required to obtain a certificate as provided in KRS 14A.9-010, the foreign entity should identify the applicable exception.

  • NONDISCRIMINATION OF EMPLOYEES AN ACT OF THE KENTUCKY GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO PREVENT DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT KRS CHAPTER 344 EFFECTIVE JUNE 16, 1972 The contract on this project, in accordance with KRS Chapter 344, provides that during the performance of this contract, the contractor agrees as follows: 1.

  • UNDERGROUND FACILITY DAMAGE PROTECTIONThe contractor shall make every effort to protect underground facilities from damage as prescribed in the Underground Facility Damage Protection Act of 1994, Kentucky Revised Statute KRS 367.4901 to 367.4917.

  • All contractors and subcontractors affected by the terms of KRS 337.505 to 337.550 shall keep full and accurate payroll records covering all disbursements of wages to their employees to whom they are required to pay not less than the prevailing rate of wages.

  • ACCESS TO RECORDSThe contractor, as defined in KRS 45A.030 (9) agrees that the contracting agency, the Finance and Administration Cabinet, the Auditor of Public Accounts, and the Legislative Research Commission, or their duly authorized representatives, shall have access to any books, documents, papers, records, or other evidence, which are directly pertinent to this contract for the purpose of financial audit or program review.


More Definitions of KRS

KRS has the meaning specified in the Preamble.
KRS means the Kentucky Revised Statutes, as in effect on the date of this Agreement and as amended, modified or supplemented from time to time, unless otherwise specifically stated.
KRS means a register of entrepreneurs maintained by the relevant district court, as determined in the Act on the National Court Register of 20 August 1997 (Dz.U. No. 121, item 769, as amended).
KRS. “KRS” shall mean Kentucky Revised Statutes.
KRS means the Kentucky Revised Statutes of the Commonwealth of Kentucky as the same are in full force and effect at the date of the adoption of the Indenture, and any future amendments thereof to the extent that the same will not unconstitutionally impair the obligations of contracts created under the provisions of the Indenture.
KRS means “Kentucky Revised Statutes,” the governing statutes of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.