advance notice


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advance notice

A notification, signal, or sign that something is going to happen or is expected to happen. I know that we were all surprised that Dad decided to move to China, but I think his learning Mandarin last year was something of an advance notice.
See also: advance, notice
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When a disabled passenger books a trip connecting with a small carrier, the large operator should inform them the smaller bus may require 48-hour advance notice to provide accessible service.
While the focus of advance notice has been on coal operations, industry attorney Brian Hendrix has encountered at least one instance where MSHA threatened an aggregates producer.
This advance notice enables them to respond to proof-of-claim filing and other deadlines, and to assertively monitor and protect their interests."
The advance notice of proposed rulemaking is RIN 1904-AB68 in the June 19 Federal Register.
It is not required when denial is for technical reasons, such as lack of 3-day stay or benefits exhausted (although advance notice about these situations is highly recommended--see the optional Notice of Exclusion from Medicare Benefits [NEMB] form at the Web address below).
The advance notice of the rulemaking does not set out the specifics of the plan.
The late December notification was required by the 1989 Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, designed to give employees advance notice of plant closings or mass layoffs.
He discussed several provisions, among them: 1) Retaliation against whistleblowers could result in fines (and imprisonment); 2) Document destruction with the intent to impede federal agency or bankruptcy case could result in fines (and imprisonment); 3) Retirement plan administrators must provide a 30-day advance notice for ERISA Plan Blackout Periods with an explanation of reasons, effects and duration.
Under the Neighbor Notification Law, the city must opt into a state law requiring that commercial lawn pesticide applicators provide 48 hours' advance notice to adjacent neighbors before spraying pesticides on lawns, trees, and shrubs.
The Federal Reserve Board, on October 11, 2005, issued for public comment a second advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPR) concerning the open-end (revolving) credit rules of the Board's Regulation Z (Truth in Lending), which implements the Truth in Lending Act (TILA).
Tory cabinet member Kevin Foster said he would have been happy to find out the costs if Cllr Townshend had given advance notice of his question.
The dioceses said they were not properly consulted about the changes "nor were we given adequate advance notice before they were implemented."
The prisoner alleged that the state violated his right to due process by imposing, without advance notice or a hearing, sex offender registration and therapy as conditions of his release.
Advance notice should be given to the borrower to avoid the shock of seeing that instead of receiving money back from the proceeds of the loan, he/she is in fact paying additional funds to close the loan.
In Guatemala costs associated with advance notice requirements, severance payments and other penalties that come with firing a worker can equal 170 times the value of that worker's weekly wages, the highest in Latin America, according to the World Bank.
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