Voluntary Relinquishment definition

Voluntary Relinquishment means the free-will, non-coerced consent of a parent or Indian custodian to permanently give up custody of a child, to have parental rights terminated and then have the child placed for adoption. The consent must be executed in writing and recorded before a judge in a court of competent jurisdiction and must be accompanied by the presiding judge’s certificate that the terms and consequences of the consent were fully explained in detail and were fully understood by the parent or Indian custodian. The court shall also certify that either the parent or Indian custodian fully understood the explanation in English or that it was interpreted into a language that the parent or Indian custodian understood. 25 U.S.C. § 1913.
Voluntary Relinquishment means that Ranbaxy, or the company that has the exclusivity, would give up the exclusivity to the public. That means just give it up.
Voluntary Relinquishment means to avoid an investigation or adverse action; this shall not include voluntary non-renewal without cause. ARTICLE II Name, Purpose, Responsibilities

Examples of Voluntary Relinquishment in a sentence

  • Children can be committed to the guardianship of the State either through the Voluntary Relinquishment of the parental rights executed by the parents or by court order.

  • Proposed § 3.108(c)(3)—Response to Notification of Voluntary Relinquishment In response to the submission of a notification of voluntary relinquishment, proposed § 3.108(c)(3) provides that the Secretary would respond in writing and indicate whether the proposed voluntary relinquishment is accepted.

  • Proposed § 3.108—Correction of Deficiencies, Revocation and Voluntary Relinquishment Proposed § 3.108 describes the process by which PSOs will be given an opportunity to correct deficiencies, the process for revocation of acceptance of the certification submitted by an entity for cause and its removal from the list of PSOs, and specifies the circumstances under which an entity will be considered to have voluntarily relinquished its status as a PSO.

  • Proposed § 3.108(c)(1)— Circumstances Constituting Voluntary Relinquishment Proposed § 3.108(c)(1) provides that an entity would be considered to have relinquished voluntarily its status as a PSO under two circumstances: when a PSO advises the Secretary in writing that it no longer wishes to be a PSO, and when a PSO permits its three-year period of listing to expire without timely submission of the required certification to the Secretary for continued listing.

  • Proposed § 3.108(c)(4)—Implied Voluntary Relinquishment Proposed § 3.108(c)(4) enables the Secretary to determine that implied voluntary relinquishment has taken place if a PSO permits its period of listing to expire without receipt and acceptance by the Secretary of a certification for continued listing.

  • Proposed § 3.108(c)(2)—Notification of Voluntary Relinquishment Proposed § 3.108(c)(2) would require an entity that seeks to relinquish voluntarily its status as a PSO to include attestations in its notice to the Secretary that it has made all reasonable efforts to provide for the orderly termination of the PSO.

  • Section 11002 Effect of Voluntary Relinquishment (A) Upon findings and order by the Court for a voluntary relinquishment, the relationship of parent and child and all the legal rights, privileges, duties, obligations, and other legal consequences of the natural relationship of child and parent shall thereafter cease to exist between the child and the natural parent, except as otherwise provided explicitly by this Code.

  • Authorizing the Mayor to Execute a Letter about the Voluntary Relinquishment or Termination of Multiple Hedquist Construction Contracts.

  • MOTION FOR BOARD’S FINAL ORDER BY VOLUNTARY RELINQUISHMENT OF LICENSE TAB 2 Daniel Joseph Ryan, RRT, DOH Case No: 2014-21042 Voluntary Relinquishment, (PCP Members – Wavied) Respondent was not present nor represented by counsel.

  • Measurement Focus, Basis of Accounting, and Financial Statement Presentation (Continued) RAILS reports unearned revenue and unavailable revenue on its financial statements.

Related to Voluntary Relinquishment

  • Voluntary Resignation means any termination of employment that is not involuntary and that is not the result of the employee's death, disability, early retirement or retirement.

  • Voluntary and “Voluntarily” in connection with Executive’s termination of employment shall mean a termination of employment resulting from the initiative of the Executive, excluding a termination of employment attributable to Executive’s death or Disability. A resignation by Executive that is in response to a communicated intent by the Company to discharge Executive other than for Cause is not considered to be “Voluntary” and shall be considered to be a termination by the Company for the purposes of this Agreement.

  • Willful Breach means a material breach that is a consequence of an act undertaken or a failure to act by the breaching party with the knowledge that the taking of such act or such failure to act would, or would reasonably be expected to, constitute or result in a breach of this Agreement.

  • Waiver means the approval by the Board of a material departure from a provision of this Code. An “implicit waiver” means the Company’s failure to take action within a reasonable period of time regarding a material departure from a provision of this Code that has been made known to an executive officer of the Company. An “amendment” means any amendment to this Code other than minor technical, administrative or other non-substantive amendments hereto.

  • Breach of a representation, warranty, covenant, obligation, or other provision of this Agreement or any instrument delivered pursuant to this Agreement will be deemed to have occurred if there is or has been (a) any inaccuracy in or breach of, or any failure to perform or comply with, such representation, warranty, covenant, obligation, or other provision, or (b) any claim (by any Person) or other occurrence or circumstance that is or was inconsistent with such representation, warranty, covenant, obligation, or other provision, and the term "Breach" means any such inaccuracy, breach, failure, claim, occurrence, or circumstance.

  • Non-Defaulting Lender means, at any time, each Lender that is not a Defaulting Lender at such time.

  • Financing Default means an event which would constitute (or with notice or lapse of time or both would constitute) an event of default under (i) any of the financing documents of the Company or its Subsidiaries from time to time (collectively, the “Financing Agreements”) and any extensions, renewals, refinancings or refundings thereof in whole or in part, (ii) any amendment of, supplement to or other modification of any of the instruments referred to in clause (i) above, and (iii) any of the securities issued pursuant to or whose terms are governed by the terms of any of the agreements set forth in clause (i) above and any extensions, renewals, refinancings or refundings thereof in whole or in part.

  • Potential Defaulting Lender means, at any time, (i) any Lender with respect to which an event of the kind referred to in the definition of “Lender Insolvency Event” has occurred and is continuing in respect of any Subsidiary of such Lender, or (ii) any Lender that has notified, or whose Lender Parent or a Subsidiary thereof has notified, the Administrative Agent, the Borrower or any LC Issuing Bank in writing, or has stated publicly, that it does not intend to comply with its funding obligations generally under other loan agreements, credit agreements and other similar agreements, unless such writing or statement states that such position is based on such Lender’s determination that one or more conditions precedent to funding cannot be satisfied (which conditions precedent, together with the applicable default, if any, will be specifically identified in such writing or public statement). Any determination by the Administrative Agent that a Lender is a Potential Defaulting Lender under any of clauses (i) and (ii) above will be conclusive and binding absent manifest error, and such Lender will be deemed a Potential Defaulting Lender (subject to Section 2.19(f) hereof) upon notification of such determination by the Administrative Agent to the Borrower, the LC Issuing Banks and the Lenders.

  • Knowing and "knowingly" means that a person is in possession of facts under which he or she is aware or should be aware of the nature of his or her conduct and that his or her conduct is substantially certain to cause the payment of a medicaid benefit. Knowing or knowingly includes acting in deliberate ignorance of the truth or falsity of facts or acting in reckless disregard of the truth or falsity of facts. Proof of specific intent to defraud is not required.

  • Existing Defaults means, collectively, the Events of Default identified on Exhibit A hereto.

  • Substantial Breach means the following:

  • Employer default means having an outstanding balance or liability to the old fund or to the uninsured employers' fund or being in policy default, as defined in W. Va. Code § 23-2c-2, failure to maintain mandatory workers' compensation coverage, or failure to fully meet its obligations as a workers' compensation self-insured employer. An employer is not in employer default if it has entered into a repayment agreement with the Insurance Commissioner and remains in compliance with the obligations under the repayment agreement.

  • Non-Defaulting Bank means each Bank other than a Defaulting Bank.

  • Participation Quota means in relation to a Section, the decimal fraction allocated thereto in the Sectional Plan and which is calculated in terms of Section 32(1) of the Act.

  • Funding Default as defined in Section 2.22.

  • Waiver Period ’ means, for each applicable fee, the period of time from the initial effective date of the MIAX Emerald Fee Schedule until such time that the Exchange has an effective fee filing establishing the applicable fee. The Exchange will issue a Regulatory Circular announcing the establishment of an applicable fee that was subject to a Waiver Period at least fifteen (15) days prior

  • Breach of trust means a breach of any duty imposed on a trustee by this Act or by the terms of the trust;

  • Subordination Deficiency With respect to any Distribution Date, the excess, if any, of (a) the Specified Subordinated Amount applicable to such Distribution Date over (b) the Subordinated Amount applicable to such Distribution Date.

  • Material Breach means a breach by either Party of any of its obligations under this Agreement which has or is likely to have a Material Adverse Effect on the Project and which such Party shall have failed to cure.

  • Intentional Breach means, with respect to any representation, warranty, agreement or covenant, an action or omission taken or omitted to be taken that the breaching party intentionally takes (or intentionally fails to take) and knows (or reasonably should have known) would, or would reasonably be expected to, cause a material breach of such representation, warranty, agreement or covenant.

  • Non-Defaulting Party has the meaning specified in Section 6(a).

  • Intentional Wrongdoing means an act or omission taken or omitted by a Party with knowledge or intent that injury or damage could reasonably be expected to result.

  • Breach of Agreement provisions of Section 5(a)(ii) will apply to Party A and will not apply to Party B.

  • Adult neglect means that an adult is living under such circumstances that he is not able to provide

  • Intentional for purposes of this Agreement, no act or failure to act on the part of the Executive shall be deemed to have been intentional if it was due primarily to an error in judgment or negligence. An act or failure to act on the Executive’s part shall be considered intentional if it is not in good faith and if it is without a reasonable belief that the action or failure to act is in the best interests of the Bank.

  • Junior Obligation means the Shares, and any other class of the Issuer’s share capital and any instrument or other obligation (including without limitation any preference shares) issued or guaranteed by the Issuer that ranks or is expressed to rank junior to the Capital Securities by operation of law or contract.