consent to (something)

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consent to (something)

To agree to something. Do you have your permission slip? We need proof that your parents have consented to your participation in the field trip. Good luck getting her to consent to such dramatic changes to the script.
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consent to something

to agree to permit something to happen. I will not consent to your marriage. There is no need for you to consent to anything.
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Accordingly, having received the requisite consents to effect the Proposed Amendments to the indenture, the Issuers executed a supplemental indenture to the indenture effecting the Proposed Amendments today, which eliminates the requirement to file certain reports with the U.S.
NEW YORK: VICI Properties 1 LLC and VICI FC Inc., VICI Properties Inc.'s indirect wholly-owned subsidiaries, commenced the solicitation of consents to amend (the "Proposed Amendments") the indenture dated as of October 6, 2017 governing the Notes.
Millicom will pay a cash payment equal to USD5.00 per USD1,000 principal amount of notes (the consent consideration) to holders of the notes for which consents to the proposed amendments have been validly delivered (and not validly revoked) prior to 17:00 hours, New York City time on 24 May 2018, unless extended or earlier terminated (the expiration time), provided that the conditions described in the consent solicitation statement are satisfied or waived with respect to one or both series of notes prior to the expiration time and an amended and restated indenture with respect to the relevant series of notes is executed and becomes effective, as described in the consent solicitation statement.
Consent: Necessarily, one person consents to a second's act only if the first intentionally or knowingly waives a claim against the second's act and the act satisfies the description associated with the waiver.
2013-14, the IRS provided guidance to tax return preparers about the format and content of taxpayer consents to disclose and consents to use tax return information and modified the mandatory language required on each taxpayer consent.
In third-party consent to search cases one occupant consents to police who hold official positions of power to the detriment of the other occupant (the defendant), which further complicates third-party consent to search cases.
Ater screening the client and explaining the procedure the client consents to the massage.
All consents must include the name of the tax return preparer, the name of the taxpayer, the purpose for which the consent is being furnished, the date on which such consent is signed, a statement that the tax return information may not be disclosed or used by the tax return preparer for any purpose other than what is stated in the consent, and a statement by the taxpayer that he consents to the disclosure or use of such information for the purpose the consent is being furnished.
Mexican fixed line telecoms operator Axtel SAB de CV (OTC:AXTLY) today announced that it has received the required consents to execute amendments to the indenture governing its 11% Senior Notes and has therefore, immediately after the expiry of the deadline at 17:00 New York time on 16 September, executed a supplemental indenture giving effect to the proposed amendments.
(3) The proposed regulation does not satisfy the core ethical principle of free and informed consent, which under current Canadian policy requires that a person who consents to any intervention understand and accept the "nature and goals" (4) of that intervention.
And crucially, when a person does subjectively choose x as that which she desires for herself under the circumstances, all things considered, she factually consents to it (even if she does not legally consent to it).
The Fourth Amendment states that "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause ...." (1) Law enforcement officers, however, do not need probable cause or a warrant to conduct a search if a person with proper authority voluntarily consents to the search.
Therefore, the chain of consents to extend the limitations period was broken and the SOL expired.
92-20, taxpayers may request to change an accounting method if the district director consents to the filing.(64) The new procedure modifies the criteria for when district directors will consent to a requested change by limiting their review to whether the item would ordinarily be included as an item of adjustment to just the years under examination.
Yet while these scholars have shown how the adventures and set debates of prose romance allegorize the trauma of civil war, they have given short shrift to the passion of romantic love and its role in debates about contractual obligation.(4) Similarly, historians who have analyzed the rhetoric of the passions and interests in contemporary debates about obligation have focused on self-interest, greed, or acquisitiveness rather than on erotic love.(5) I would like to suggest, in contrast to both these approaches, that in the 1640s and 50s the romance plot of love and adventure explicitly engages contemporary theories of contract by helping the reader both to imagine and to ask questions about a political subject who consents to be contractually bound.