Willing definition

Willing means the applicant is prepared to provide all service sought in the application in compliance with ORS Chapter 825 and Department rules; and
Willing means an individual must perceive the im- portance of making the change. When a client is “resis- tant”, the counsellor must use interventions that focus on developing a discrepancy between that person’s present circumstances and what he/she says that he/ she wants for the future. According to self-regulatory theories, the change agent must support an on-going process, addressing the person’s core values, many of which can be contradictory (Brown 1998; Kanfer 1986; Miller and Brown 1991).
Willing means the hypothetical negotiators assume that the patent is valid and infringed,118 and that both parties are willing to enter into a license agreement for the patent-at-issue.119

Examples of Willing in a sentence

Willing to transact for the asset or liability; that is, they are motivated but not forced or otherwise compelled to do so.

Is Willing to Consult a PAS Expert, if Needed In some cases, a mental health professional may require as- sistance in evaluating a family where PAS may be present.

Closing documents must include a Willing Seller Certification document as provided by MAG.

Kentucky’s “Any Willing Provider” Law and ERISA: Implications of the Supreme Court’s Decision for State Health Insurance Regulation.

Willing countries have continued to develop their own systems for anti-circumvention.