Provided by law definition

Provided by law means use and disclosure as permitted or required by New Hampshire state law governing programs or activities undertaken by the state or its agencies, or required by federal law.
Provided by law means authorized or required by this code, the rules of the board of health, the California Restaurant Act and other applicable state laws, and the rules or regulations of the State Department of Public Health.

Examples of Provided by law in a sentence

  • As Provided by law, the Board of Equalization is composed of members of the county board.

Related to Provided by law

  • Amended By-Laws means the By-laws of the Trust, as amended through the date hereof, establishing the powers, preferences and rights of the APS.

  • Required by Law means a mandate contained in law that compels an entity to make a use or disclosure of PI or PII that is enforceable in a court of law. This includes, but is not limited to, court orders and court-ordered warrants, subpoenas or summons issued by a court, grand jury, a governmental or tribal inspector general, or an administrative body authorized to require the production of information, and a civil or an authorized investigative demand. It also includes Medicare conditions of participation with respect to health care providers participating in the program, and statutes or regulations that require the production of information, including statutes or regulations that require such information if payment is sought under a government program providing public benefits.

  • By-law means this by-law and any other by-law of the Corporation as amended and which are, from time to time, in force and effect;

  • Tort means in breach of contract.

  • Zoning By-law means the Zoning By-Law of the Municipality or any successor thereof passed pursuant to Section 34 of the Planning Act, S.O. 1998.

  • Applicable Law means the laws and any other instruments having the force of law in the Philippines as they may be issued and enforced from time to time.

  • Deduction means the amount that is treated as deductible from the taxable income under the laws of the payer or investor jurisdiction. The term 'deductible' shall be construed accordingly.

  • WORKER HOURS means the total hours worked on a construction contract by skilled and unskilled construction trade workers, whether those workers are employed by the contractor or any subcontractor. In determining the total worker hours to be furnished at a construction site, the number of hours devoted to all tasks customarily performed on a construction site shall be included, whether or not such tasks are performed on the construction site. “Worker hours” includes work performed by persons filling apprenticeships and participating in on-the-job training programs and excludes the number of hours of work performed by all non-Wisconsin residents.

  • Withholding means the retention of aid payments.

  • Workers’ Compensation As required by any applicable law or regulation. Employer's Liability Insurance: must be provided in amounts not less than listed below: Minimum limits: $500,000 each accident for bodily injury by accident $500,000 policy limit for bodily injury by disease $500,000 each employee for bodily injury by disease

  • Local means physically located in the same ILEC Local Exchange Area as defined by the ILEC Local (or “General”) Exchange Tariff on file with the applicable state Commission or regulatory agency; or physically located within neighboring ILEC Local Exchange Areas that are within the same common mandatory local calling area. This includes but is not limited to, mandatory Extended Area Service (EAS), mandatory Extended Local Calling Service (ELCS), or other types of mandatory expanded local calling scopes.

  • Commissions means the Commissions with Jurisdiction over the Issuer (as defined on page 4) and the securities commissions incorporated in the definition of this term in other parts of the Subscription Agreement;

  • Founded means the determination following an investigation by the department that, based on available information, it is more likely than not that child abuse or neglect did occur.

  • Deductions means any deductions which the Employment Business may be required by law to make and in particular in respect of PAYE pursuant to Sections 44-47 of the Income Tax (Earnings and Pensions) Act 2003 and Class 1 National Insurance Contributions;

  • Whistleblower means an Employee or director making a Protected Disclosure under this Policy.

  • FICA means the Federal Insurance Contributions Act.

  • Taxes means all present or future taxes, levies, imposts, duties, deductions, withholdings (including backup withholding), assessments, fees or other charges imposed by any Governmental Authority, including any interest, additions to tax or penalties applicable thereto.

  • Losses incurred as used herein shall mean ceded losses and loss adjustment expense paid as of the effective date of calculation, plus the Company’s ceded reserves for losses and loss adjustment expense outstanding as of the same date, it being understood and agreed that all losses and related loss adjustment expense under policies allocated to an underwriting year shall be charged to that underwriting year, regardless of the date said losses actually occur, unless this Contract is terminated on a “cutoff” basis, in which event the Reinsurer shall have no liability for claims made or occurrences commencing after the effective date of termination.

  • Volunteer worker means a person who is not your "employee", and who donates his or her work and acts at the direction of and within the scope of duties determined by you, and is not paid a fee, salary or other compensation by you or anyone else for their work performed for you.

  • Required provisions/clauses set forth in FAR 52.301 automatically flow down to all OASIS SB task orders based on their specific contract type (e.g. cost, fixed price, etc.), statement of work, competition requirements, commercial or not commercial, and dollar value as of the date the task order solicitation is issued. (Note: Any Applicable and/or Required provisions/clauses that require fill-in information must be provided by the OCO in full text). The OCO must identify any “Optional” provisions/clauses set forth in FAR 52.301 and/or any of the ordering agency’s “Supplemental” provisions/clauses for each individual task order solicitation and subsequent award. (Note: For Optional and/or agency Supplemental provisions/clauses, the OCO must provide the Provision/Clause Number, Title, Date, and fill-in information (if any), as of the date the task order solicitation is issued) The OCO must identify in the task order solicitation whether FAR Part 12 commercial clauses/provisions apply or do not apply. For T&M and/or L-H task orders ONLY, the OCO must identify one of the following provisions in the task order solicitation:

  • including means including without limitation;

  • Losses shall have the meaning set forth in Section 5(a).

  • Nonpublic Personal Information means nonpublic personal financial information and nonpublic personal health information.

  • Closed is defined in Section 2.5.

  • Wages is defined as the amount of money the employee would have otherwise received over a period of absence.