State Regulatory Authorities definition

State Regulatory Authorities means boards established under the health practitioner registration Acts.
State Regulatory Authorities means the BCC and the CDPH.

Examples of State Regulatory Authorities in a sentence

  • The Company shall specify only such jurisdictions in which the offering and sale of its Shares has been authorized by appropriate State Regulatory Authorities.

  • You are liable to pay mandatory fees imposed by Dairy Australia, State Regulatory Authorities and animal welfare levies, along with various other fees or levies imposed by law (Industry Fees).

  • The Supplier is liable to pay mandatory fees imposed by Dairy Australia, State Regulatory Authorities and animal welfare levies, along with various other fees or levies imposed by law (Industry Fees).

  • The authority reserves the right to reject any or all the bids without assigning any reason thereof subject to the limitations prescribed by Central Vigilance Commission and State Regulatory Authorities concerned.

  • The Company shall specify only such jurisdictions in which the Offering and sale of its Units has been authorized by the appropriate State Regulatory Authorities.


More Definitions of State Regulatory Authorities

State Regulatory Authorities means the public utility commissions or similar state governmental authorities in the states in which the Exchanges are located and, where applicable, municipal authorities that have granted operating authorities with respect to the Exchanges.
State Regulatory Authorities. As applicable to each Facility, the state licensing and certification agencies, together with all applicable statutes and regulations, related to the licensure and operation of healthcare facilities in each respective state. Steward Assets: Those properties leased which are leased by MPT or any of its Affiliates to Steward Health or any of its Subsidiaries, and those properties which are subject to a mortgage loan from MPT or any of its Affiliates to Steward Health or any of its Subsidiaries.
State Regulatory Authorities means the government agencies governing sales of VOIs in each of North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Missouri, Wisconsin and Virginia.
State Regulatory Authorities. As applicable to each Facility, the state licensing and certification agencies, together with all applicable statutes and regulations, related to healthcare facilities in each respective state. Sublease: That certain Lease Agreement, dated of even date herewith, by and among the Lessee Affiliates and the MPT Lessor Affiliates, whereby the MPT Lessor Affiliates are subleasing to the Lessee Affiliates certain real property consisting of ten (10) parcels of land, the improvements now or hereafter located thereon (including any improvements consisting of hospital facilities), all as more particularly described therein, as the same may be modified, amended or restated from time to time.
State Regulatory Authorities mean the commissions, departments, agencies or other authorities in the fifty states and the District of Columbia which regulate the offer and sale of securities. Terms not otherwise defined herein shall have the meaning ascribed to them in the Prospectus.
State Regulatory Authorities has the meaning set forth in Section 8.07.
State Regulatory Authorities. As applicable to each Facility, the state licensing and certification agencies, together with all applicable statutes and regulations, related to healthcare facilities in each respective state.