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Carlson said the company has a very good suitability program in place and an excellent relationship with the Minnesota Commerce Department, which regulates insurance.
This Congregation reaffirms the need for bishops, major superiors and all relevant authorities to carry out an attentive discernment concerning the suitability of candidates for holy orders, from the time of admission to the seminary until ordination.
The aforementioned models do not provide adequate inputs for non-recreational use nor do they specifically identify particularly important recreational features, so they have minimal suitability for planning in the broader landscape.
All firms must keep in mind that client classification and suitability assessments, and all forms of investor protections, are and will continue to be very high DFSA priorities and will feature in the DFSA's future supervisory agenda.
The 2010 version of the NAIC's annuity suitability model requires insurers and annuity sellers to go through an extensive verification process to make sure that an annuity will be suitable for the consumer thinking of buying the annuity.
Land use types were ranked according to their suitability for a landfill site as least suitable to most suitable for a landfill site by assigning values 1 to 5.
This suite of environmental factors is important for defining the habitat suitability for C.
Because aquatic and wetland plants also provide food for white-tailed deer, understanding how wetland vegetation types contribute to white-tailed deer habitat suitability is essential in understanding their potential impacts to waterbirds.
NEA and EO for Less also suggest reviewing the basics of suitability in order to prevent unforced errors.
To meet the reasonable-basis suitability requirement, the adviser must have a reasonable basis to believe, based on due diligence, that the recommendation is suitable for at least some investors.
The Defence Infrastructure Committee queried the suitability of a site near Mona airstrip.
A Parole Board spokesman said: "We can confirm that the Secretary of State for Justice has referred the case of Colin Pitchfork to the Parole Board for a review of his suitability for release.
A spokesman for the Parole Board said: "We can confirm that the Secretary of State for Justice has referred the case of Colin Pitchfork to the Parole Board for a review of his suitability for release.
THE Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that once a candidate is recommended by the collegium for judgeship, his/ her suitability cannot be challenged by way of a petition before a higher court.
Land suitability for forest park location which is a necessary prerequisite of permanent natural resource exploitations can prevent the activities that not proportionate to area exploitation potentials via an optimal planned management strategy.