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The notifications shall be made by registered mail to the address shown on the request or to the competent authorities that may have organized the prior authorization request. (...) The Economic Activities General Inspection and the competent entities that may have organized prior authorization processes shall be informed of the decisions of the government Department responsible for the commerce sector, or the municipality, within ten days. (...) Upon termination of the situations foreseen in the preceding numbers, it behooves the substitutes to remit the title bearing card of the prior authorization, jointly with the new request, to the government department responsible for the commerce sector, or the municipality, as the case may be, or, should there be delegation of competence under the terms of nº 2 of article 30, the entrepreneurial association of the respective sector or geographical area; 4.
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Score: 1096137.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/cpv_e/WTACCCPV7A1_LEG_8.pdf
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No. 39, I Series of 24 November 2003 13 f) To have as minimal qualifications the 4th year of schooling. g) When it’s about a collective person, its definite registration or proof that it can be done in the competent organisms. h) To have warehouses adapted to the type of activity for which prior authorization is requested. i) To have met the fiscal obligations. 2. (...) The notifications will be made by registered letter to the address included in the application or to the competent entities that have organized the process of prior authorization and are considered done from the third day from the issue. 4. 180 days passed, and the gaps mentioned in the final part of point 1 have not been corrected, the processes will be considered null. (...) The General Inspection of Economic Activities and also the competent entities that have organized the process of prior authorization will be informed, within ten days, of all the decisions made by the Governmental department in charge of the trading sector, or city council, depending on the cases, or, in case of delegation of competences according to point 2 of article 30, of the business-related association of the respective sector or geographic area, that determine revocation or suspension of the prior authorization. 3.
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Score: 1091960.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../cpv_e/WTACCCPV15A1_LEG_13.pdf
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Terms Article 2 Terms used in this Law have the following meanings: 2.1 Goods: Any movable tangible articles or assets, but not securities, commercial papers or cash. 2.2 Import licensing: Administrative procedures requiring the submission of an application and/or other documentation to the Competent Authority as a prior condition for importation of goods. 2.3 Export licensing: Administrative procedures requiring the submission of an application and/or other documentation to the Competent Authority as a prior condition for exportation of goods. 2.4 Automatic licensing: Licensing to collect statistical and other factual information on imports or exports and where the approval for the application of a license is granted in all cases. 2.5 Non-automatic licensing: Licensing not falling within the definition of automatic licensing; i.e. the granting of which is made subject to fulfilling specified criteria or requirements. (...) Applications may be submitted on any working day prior to the customs clearance of the goods. Applications for licenses, when submitted in appropriate and complete form, shall be approved immediately if possible and in any event within a maximum of 5 working days. 4.3 Requirements for applying for an automatic license shall be the following: a. (...) In the case of quotas allocated among supplying countries, interested countries having an interest in supplying the good concerned shall be promptly informed of the shares in the quota currently allocated, by quantity or value, to the various supplying countries and this information shall be published 21 days prior to the effective date of implementation in the Official Gazette or a major national newspaper. b.
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Score: 1059705.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/afg_e/WTACCAFG31_LEG_5.pdf
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For certain medical benefits the prior authorization of the Society in writing must be requested in accordance with rule VIII.4 (b). (...) Psychiatric treatments : In case patient is hospitalized in a specialized department, prior authorization from the Medical Adviser is not required. (...) Maxillo-facial surgery in the event of hospitalization Reparative maxillo-facial surgical operations listed below performed by specialized maxillo-facial surgeons are reimbursed by UNSMIS with the prior approval of the Medical Adviser: - cranio-facial malformation - facial fissures - orthograthics - bone grafts - temporo-mandibular articulation 90% yes yes 30 Benefits Conditions of reimbursement Application of supplementary plan Prior authorization Other conditions 26.
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Score: 1032946.5 - https://www.itu.int/en/careers/Documents/annex3.pdf
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The Applicant possessed the necessary qualifications for the Post and, as a 15-day candidate, he should have been considered for the vacancy prior to any 30-day candidate being even considered; b. (...) The Applicant’s rights to be evaluated and considered as a 15-day candidate for the Post, prior to any 30-day candidates being considered, were violated. (...) As a 15-day candidate, he should have been considered for the post prior to any 30- day candidate being considered. 37.
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Score: 1031728.7 - https://www.un.org/en/internal...dt/judgments/undt-2013-003.pdf
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The Ministry of Trade shall be the body responsible to conduct an investigation prior to making any decision to apply or not to apply self- protective measures. 2. (...) Article 15 Consultation prior to application of self-protective measures 1. Prior to issuing a decision to apply self-protective measures, the Ministry of Trade shall create opportunities for adequate consultation with countries which benefit significantly from the export into Vietnam of the goods which are the subject of application.
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Score: 1019007.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/vnm_e/WTACCVNM38A1_LEG_4.pdf
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Article 34 An applicant who intends to take advantage of the priority right under Article 33 of this Law, shall be required to: 1) file a claim for the grant of priority within a maximum period of two months from the date of filing the application with the competent authority, which must contain the filing date of the prior application serving as basis for the priority claimed, its number and State in which or Organisation with which it has been filed; 2) submit to the competent authority within three months from the filing date of the claim for priority a copy of the prior application, certified by the competent authority of the State party to the Paris Convention, state member to the World Trade Organisation or the international Organisation with which such application has been filed. (...) Compulsory Licence Granted to Plant Breeders Article 68 Where a plant breeder cannot obtain or exploit a plant variety right without infringing a prior patent concerning a biotechnological invention, he may file an application with the competent authority for a non-exclusive compulsory licence for the use of the invention protected by the patent inasmuch as the licence is necessary for the exploitation of the protected plant variety, subject to payment of an appropriate royalty. (...) Where the owner of a patent concerning a biotechnological invention cannot exploit it without infringing a prior plant variety right, he may file an application with the competent authority for a non-exclusive compulsory licence for the use of the plant variety protected by that right, subject to payment of an appropriate royalty.
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Score: 1015927.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/cgr_e/WTACCCGR24A1_LEG_3.pdf
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Article 34 An applicant who intends to take advantage of the priority right under Article 33 of this Law, shall be required to: 1) file a claim for the grant of priority within a maximum period of two months from the date of filing the application with the competent authority, which must contain the filing date of the prior application serving as basis for the priority claimed, its number and State in which or Organisation with which it has been filed; 2) submit to the competent authority within three months from the filing date of the claim for priority a copy of the prior application, certified by the competent authority of the State party to the Paris Convention, state member to the World Trade Organisation or the international Organisation with which such application has been filed. (...) Compulsory Licence Granted to Plant Breeders Article 68 Where a plant breeder cannot obtain or exploit a plant variety right without infringing a prior patent concerning a biotechnological invention, he may file an application with the competent authority for a non-exclusive compulsory licence for the use of the invention protected by the patent inasmuch as the licence is necessary for the exploitation of the protected plant variety, subject to payment of an appropriate royalty. (...) Where the owner of a patent concerning a biotechnological invention cannot exploit it without infringing a prior plant variety right, he may file an application with the competent authority for a non-exclusive compulsory licence for the use of the plant variety protected by that right, subject to payment of an appropriate royalty.
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Score: 1015927.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/cgr_e/WTACCCGR3A2_LEG_3.pdf
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The juridical persons that do not have in their business object a commercial purpose can import only with prior authorization from the commerce administration. (...) The following are subject to non-automatic licensing: a) The products are subject to sanitary, environmental or safety certificates; b) The products subject to mandatory restrictions, defined by law; c) The products subject to prior authorization. 2. The importations referred to in the preceding No. 1 should be accompanied by the respective authorizations from the competent entities. (...) In the case of non-automatic importation, the respective competent entities should grant their prior authorization.
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Score: 1002139.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/cpv_e/WTACCCPV20A3_LEG_3.pdf
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ARTICLE 8: The clerk of the authority originally competent to hear the dispute shall be in charge of all notifications and notices provided for in this Law. (...) The arbitrator so dismissed may claim compensation, if he had already commenced work prior to dismissal, and as long as the dismissal is not attributable to him. (...) ARTICLE 23: Where no prior agreement exists as regards arbitrators’ fees and a dispute arises, the authority originally competent to hear the dispute shall decide the matter, and its judgment shall be final.
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Score: 996653.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/sau_e/WTACCSAU59_LEG_4.pdf
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