the 2004 Act definition

the 2004 Act means the Traffic Management Act 2004;
the 2004 Act means the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004;
the 2004 Act means the Finance Act 2004;

Examples of the 2004 Act in a sentence

  • Independent examination Following this submission an Inspector will be appointed to examine the Deposit Plan to determine whether it satisfies the preparation requirements of the 2004 Act and whether it is "sound" The examination will also consider representations including objections that have been made in accordance with the LDP Regulations.

  • Confidentiality • IDEA/Part C records are considered educational records under the 2004 Act.

  • The Partners agree that they will each cooperate with each other to enable any Partner receiving a request for information under the 2000 Act or the 2004 Act to respond to a request promptly and within the statutory timescales.

  • Independent examination Following this submission an Inspector will be appointed to examine the Replacement Deposit Plan to determine whether it satisfies the preparation requirements of the 2004 Act and whether it is "sound" The examination will also consider representations including objections that have been made in accordance with the LDP Regulations.

  • Review Report The required statutory report under S69 of the 2004 Act and/or Reg41; to conclude on the LDP revision procedure to be followed based on a clear assessment of what has been considered and what needs to change and why, based on evidence.


More Definitions of the 2004 Act

the 2004 Act means the Energy Act 2004;
the 2004 Act means the Pensions Act 2004;
the 2004 Act means the Energy Act 2004; “the 2008 Act” means the Planning Act 2008;
the 2004 Act means the Housing Act 2004;
the 2004 Act means the Primary Medical Services (Scotland) Act 2004(5);
the 2004 Act means the Children Act 2004 (c. 31);
the 2004 Act means the Antisocial Behaviour etc. (Scotland) Act 2004 (asp 8),