LAD definition

LAD means liquidated and ascertained damages for delay.
LAD. : means the Liquidated and Ascertained Damages as may be imposed under Clause 15 hereof;

Examples of LAD in a sentence

The SNFC Report set out the conclusions of a technical audit of the work undertaken by the LAD and “a scientific and forensic review of the methodology developed with related documents and forensic reports delivered”.

Angiographic and clinical characteristics of patients with unstable angina showing an ECG pattern indicating critical narrowing of the proximal LAD coronary artery.

March 6, 2017 by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Payment of Fees and Mode of Payment) (Amendment) Regulations, 2017 vide Notification No. LAD- NRO/GN/2016- 17/037 read with March 29, 2017 by Securities and Exchange Board of India (Payment of Fees and Mode of Payment) (Amendment) Regulations, 2017 vide notification no.

The SNFC Report stated that following the SNFC’s review and its on-site audit of the Lausanne Laboratory, it had concluded that, “the ESC and the LAD in cooperation have developed and implemented a method conformant with scientific and forensic requirements ”.

CABG = coronary artery bypass graft; LAD = left anterior descending cor- onary artery; PCI = percutaneous coronary intervention UA/NSTEMI = unstable angina/non–ST-elevation myocardial infarction.


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