Referred definition

Referred means remitted for consideration and report but without power to exercise any function on behalf of the remitting body, and the expressions "reference" and "stand referred" shall be construed accordingly.
Referred and “Referral” shall have related meanings. (Note: it is recognized that the referred visitor may thwart Site tracking by various options and actions advertently or inadvertently set in place by the referred visitor. Upon reasonable evidence that the visitor was referred by Affiliate, Affiliate will get full credit for said visitor.)
Referred or “referral” means and refers to a Subject Assessment, whether in a Core Practice area, a Course Skill, Professional Conduct and Regulation, Solicitors Accounts, or a Vocational Elective which is being taken again by a student after the Assessment Board, as a result of previous defective performance. The term can be used irrespective of the number of assessments a student has to repeat, e.g. a student who has failed all six subject assessments is “referred” in all six.

Examples of Referred in a sentence

  • MM/DD/YYYY ATTORNEY_REFERRAL_DATE Date File Was Referred To Attorney to Pursue Foreclosure MM/DD/YYYY FIRST_LEGAL_DATE Notice of 1st legal filed by an Attorney in a Foreclosure Action MM/DD/YYYY FRCLSR_SALE_EXPECTED_DATE The date by which a foreclosure sale is expected to occur.

  • Referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union.

  • The Referred Service field should be completed on the claim form.

  • Referred to the Committee on Intragovernmental Coordination - Local.

  • The final mortgage rate will be subject to final approval by the Referred Second Mortgagee.

More Definitions of Referred

Referred or “referral” means any assessment which is being taken again by a student at the recommendation of the Assessment Board.
Referred means the Student(s) or Student Organization charged with violating one or more of the provisions of the Sexual Misconduct Policy and/or Student Code of Conduct and Policies.
Referred means a Petition to Refer, signed by the requisite residents, is filed and the voters of the City, at an election, vote to nullify the decision of the City to sell the property described herein. In the event of a successful referral, the obligation of the City to sell the above-described property pursuant to this or any subsequent Development Agreement will be null and void. This contingency will be waived at the later of the expiration date of any referendum period if there is no referendum, or the date following the election canvassing if there is a referendum election, and the sale is approved at the referendum election. However, a referendum decision by voters of the City which does not approve the sale will permit the City to terminate this Agreement at no cost or liability to the City. A referendum is not likely but all government real estate transactions are subject to the possibility of a referendum. The City will be able to waive this contingency 20 days after publication of the Resolution approving this Development Agreement.
Referred means an item on which a committee cannot take a decision without reference to the Executive Cabinet or the Council as appropriate.
Referred or “Referral” means in relation to the Intervention Group, referred to the Services Subcontractor during any Enrolment Period in accordance with the process set out in the Operations Manual. For the avoidance of doubt, if an Eligible Person has been contacted by a LHD but does not agree to be Referred to the Services Subcontractor that Eligible Person will still be Enrolled in the Intervention Group.
Referred business means a relationship referred by one branch to another, within one bank or externally from other banks outside the country. In such cases, the branch accepting the relationship should conduct normal KYC process in addition to the referrals received. Such due diligence should include all reasonable steps to fully verify the customer’s credentials, including beneficial customers.
Referred means to refer a specific MHP member. It is not sufficient for the MHP to hand their members a list of MIHP providers and say “contact one of these providers yourself.” If an MHP in your service area is just handing out a list, contact your MIHP consultant.