Licensed capacity definition

Licensed capacity means the number of children the Department has determined the group day care home can care for at any one time, in addition to any children living in the home who are under the age of 12 years. Children age 12 and over on the premises are not considered in determining licensed capacity.
Licensed capacity means the maximum number of children permitted in the facility at any one time.
Licensed capacity means the total number of persons for whom the health care institution is authorized by the department to provide services as required pursuant to this chapter if the person is expected to stay in the health care institution for more than twenty-four hours. For a hospital, licensed capacity means only those beds specified on the hospital license.

Examples of Licensed capacity in a sentence

Product may be used and freely transferable anywherewithin the defined Enterprise, including higher or lower performance machines, and Enterprise Participants will not incur an increase in license, support or other charges provided that the aggregate utilization of the Product does not exceed the aggregate Enterprise Licensed capacity.

Licensed capacity to manufacture: Description Size Licensed No. of units Manufactured Second of equip.

Product may be used and freely transferable anywhere within the defined Enterprise, including higher or lower performance machines, and Enterprise Participants will not incur an increase in license, support or other charges provided that the aggregate utilization of the Product does not exceed the aggregate Enterprise Licensed capacity.

The above production of Anti Corrosion coating of Pipes includes the coating done for Steel Pipes Division.5. Licensed capacity is not applicable in view of the Company's products having been delicensed as per the Liberalised Licensing Policy announced by the Covt.

Licensed capacity will be determined by the Department based on available space and the capacity authorized by the State Fire Marshal or delegated authority.


More Definitions of Licensed capacity

Licensed capacity means the maximum number of enrolled children for whom a licensee is authorized by the Department to provide child care services in a facility or a part of a facility at any given time.
Licensed capacity means the maximum permitted use of the Software based on capacity-based pricing metrics identified in the Order Instrument, including, without limitation, Concurrent Users, Named Users, Seats, Instances and Servers.
Licensed capacity means the maximum number of children allowed under the license to be in the licensed premises at any one time;
Licensed capacity means the quantity of each Program licensed as specified in an Order.
Licensed capacity means the maximum number of children permitted in the child care center at any one (1) time as stated on the license. This may be different than the fire and building occupant load capacity.
Licensed capacity means the same as in A.R.S. § 36-401.
Licensed capacity means the total number of children ten years of age or younger permitted at any one time in the residence. The licensed capacity includes all children of any caregiver when the children are present in the residence.