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Returns to be made to the Registrar 10. Restricted use permit 11. General conditions of a restricted use permit 12. Experimental permit 13. Conditions of issue of an experimental permit 14. (...) (ii) for a company or corporation, the following additional information is required to accompany the application – (a) the company position held by the applicant; and (b) the address of the company or corporation. (2) Every restricted use permit shall be in Form 6 and shall state the name and address of the person or company or corporation to whom it has been issued, the name and quantity of the restricted pesticide, the purpose for which the pesticide is approved and the period for which the permit remains valid. (3) Every restricted use permit shall be subject to the general conditions set out in Regulation 6 and any additional condition specified by the Registrar. (4) No person shall sell or distribute any restricted use pesticide except to the holder of a valid restricted use permit upon production of the permit. (5) Every person who sells or distributes any restricted use pesticide shall make a faithful entry of the sale, specifying the pesticide and the quantity thereof, the day of the month and year of the sale and the name and address of the purchaser, in a book to be kept by the vendor for that purpose in Form 9 and on the reverse of the restricted use permit produced by the purchaser. (6) Every holder of a restricted pesticides licence shall, no later than 30th September in each year, submit to the Registrar a copy of the book referred to in Regulation 10 (5). 7 GENERAL CONDITIONS OF A RESTRICTED USE PERMIT 11. (1) Every restricted use permit shall be subject to the following conditions in addition to the relevant provisions of the Act and the Regulations – (a) the permit holder and any member of the permit holder’s staff who will be handling the pesticides shall, to the satisfaction of the Registrar, have a sound knowledge of the “Guidelines on retail distribution of pesticides with particular reference to storage and handling at point of supply to users in developing countries” published by the Food and Agriculture and Organization of the United Nations; (b) during use, mixing, transfer and storage of a restricted use pesticide, appropriate safety and first aid equipment shall be available, including suitable dust masks and/or – respirators, goggles or face shields, waterproof and impervious complete outer clothing, gloves, boots, hat and long-sleeved coat or suit; (c) there shall be an emergency water supply adequate for washing off from the skin corrosive or toxic materials; (d) absorbent materials such as sand, soil or sawdust shall be available on the premises to absorb spillage; (e) where food, drink or medicines for human or animal consumption are to be kept in the same premises as pesticides they shall not be permitted to come into contact with pesticides and shall not be stored or displayed within 3 metres of pesticides.
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Score: 1102642 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/ton_e/WTACCTON4A2_LEG_5.pdf
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Second, paragraph 2 of Article XVII would be unnecessary if the most-favoured-nation principle of non-discriminatory treatment were the only principle covered by paragraph 1(a). Paragraph 2 permitted contracting parties to give less favourable treatment to imports in comparison to domestic products when purchasing for the consumption of the government. (...) If purchase and export undertakings were not permitted, many potential investors would be denied an equitable opportunity to demonstrate significant benefit. 3.24 The measures the Canadian government took to secure compliance with the Foreign Investment Review Act were, insofar as they related to the purchase or sale of goods, identical in all respects to the measures pertaining to any other aspects of investments allowed under the law. (...) The Panel recognized that investors might have an economic advantage in assuming purchase undertakings, taking into account the other conditions under which the investment was permitted.
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Score: 1097507.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...op_e/dispu_e/gatt_e/82fira.pdf
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Peruvian regulations currently permit third parties, such as mobile operators, to deliv-er service. banking services as an agent of a licensed banking There are notable examples of success stories of m- institution, subject to the banking regulator’s authoriza-tion. (...) Customers can use their mobile phones to check bank balances, pay bills and purchase airtime.115 In Pakistan, easypaisa was launched in October 2009 and supports a full portfolio of financial services, including loans, deposits, transfers and payments. By July 2010, it had reached more than 117 Although some banks provide access to Internet banking through mobile phones for pre-existing cus-tomers, there is no relevant mobile banking business in Peru due to stringent regulations that include a prohibi-tion on opening an account outside of a bank branch.118 Since only 26 per cent of Peruvians use banks, the banking regulator, the Superintendence of Banks, In-surance and AFP (SBS), announced in May 2010 that it will introduce new regulations to allow full-service mo-bile banking services.119 By introducing this regulation, SBS aims to reach the 80 per cent of Peruvians who use mobile phones and to create “electronic money” com-panies to promote access to financial services for the unserved.120 Box 3.11: Relevant financial regulatory issues to be addressed to enable development of m-Banking The following are areas where sharpened regulatory analysis would result in a better balance between maximizing the op-portunity of m-Banking models and mitigating their risks: • More flexible branch regulations that permit banks to manage more differentiated customer sales and service models, based on the transaction types and volumes performed. • Banking agent regulations that permit banks to engage third-party retail outlets as cash merchants, with minimal fi-nancial risk for both banks and their customers. • Consumer protection regulations that help customers understand and act upon their rights in a more complex ser-vice delivery chain, without burdening banks with unnecessary provision. • Tiered Know Your Customer (KYC) regulations that permit immediate account opening with minimum barriers for poor people, with a progressive tightening of KYC as their usage of financial services grows. • Creating regulatory space for a class of non-bank e-money issuers authorized to raise deposits and process pay-ments, but not to intermediate funds.
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Score: 1096438.7 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...10/web/WebSearch/page0031.html
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The subject matter of a contract of personal insurance shall be the longevity, life, and health of people, and personal accidents. 2. A purchaser of insurance may only purchase insurance for the following persons: (a) The purchaser himself/herself; (b) The spouse, child or parents of the purchaser; (c) Siblings of the purchaser, or persons in a relationship of adoption, care or foster; (d) Other people where the purchaser of insurance has an insurable interest. (...) A purchaser of insurance must agree in writing to any case of a change of 16 beneficiary. 2. (...) Insurance enterprises shall not be permitted to simultaneously conduct life and non-life insurance business, unless a life insurance business enterprise conducts personal accident and health care insurance as a supplement to life insurance.
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Score: 1096211.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/vnm_e/WTACCVNM16A1_LEG_1.pdf
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Palestinian communities in ‘Area C’ face daily challenges accessing safe and affordable water due to the lack of permits to construct and connect to water networks2. (...) Moreover, the confiscation of mobile water tanks and access restrictions prevent affected people and their surrounding communities from purchasing trucked water to satisfy their basic water needs. (...) Currently, even if we arrange to purchase expensive trucked water, we don’t have sufficient storage capacity to store the water.
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Score: 1094767.6 - https://www.un.org/unispal/wp-...2021/08/WASHCLUSDOC_170821.pdf
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This application also permits to navigate from the above provisions into the ITU Constitution and Convention, Plenipotentiary Conference Resolutions, and ITU-R Recommendations cited but not incorporated by reference in the Radio Regulations. Exceptionally for this product and newly released RR5 Table of Frequency Allocations software, purchasers will be provided with a controlled access license based on their user station/ID; please allow up to 1 business day for processing. For more information on purchasing, please contact with RR Navigation Tool in subject.
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Score: 1094767.6 - https://www.itu.int/pub/R-REG-RRX-2016
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The remaining 14% of referrals are to Israeli hospitals, or to Jordan and Egypt, for which entry requires a permit, approval or other conditions from those governments. (...) Israeli security services can deny travel permits without explanation, for 'security reasons. (...) The number of patients seeking access permits through Erez checkpoint has more than doubled from 2012 to 21 899 in 2015 but the permit approval rates have steadily dropped: from 92.5% in 2012 to 88.7% in 2013, 82.4% in 2014 and 77.5% in 2015.
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Score: 1094056.7 - https://www.un.org/unispal/document/auto-insert-208002/
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Reason To avoid harmful interference from low quality terminals, when visiting other countries and also to protect users in order not to purchase terminals with usage restrictions. This will allow the inclusion in the agreements of some basic requirements, such as reception threshold and others. Article 3 Marking of Terminals The Parties shall develop arrangements on the marking, e.g. with an electronic serial number, of terminals which will permit their recognition and the implementation of the arrangements on mutual recognition of type approval and licensing.
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Score: 1092115.3 - https://www.itu.int/newsarchive/wtpf96/gmpcs-mou/no-40.html
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., museums and the like); the responsible person in the legal entity meets the general and special conditions for the purchase of weapons; has the premises for the safe storage and safekeeping facilities fpr the firearms. (...) Physical and legal entities may purchase and possess weapons of category B, C and D. (...) That is why we are taking measures to reduce the number of firearms in lawful and unlawful possession, through a collection and destruction of weapons and ammunition and media campaigns, as well as the registration and recording of the permitted categories of weapons in illegal possession of individuals and legal entities, tightens criminal policy in this area and we are taking the necessary measures for safer and more efficient inventory management of arms and ammunition, which suppress the abuse of illegal possession of weapons and ammunition, which affects the increase of general security, the implementation of the obligations deriving from membership in international and regional organizations such as the UN, OSCE. 16.
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Score: 1091601.2 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ftheOmbudsmanofMontenegro.docx
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The National Bank of Macedonia shall define the procedures of opening foreign currency accounts. It shall be permitted to use foreign exchange and other international measures of value as value bases in agreements made among residents in which the currency of transaction must always be the Macedonian Denar. (...) The residents, other than authorized banks, may not purchase securities abroad. The authorized banks may purchase and sell securities abroad on their behalf and for their account. (...) Issuance and introduction of foreign currency securities in the Republic of Macedonia 9 Article 15 The issuance and introduction of foreign currency securities in the Republic of Macedonia shall be permitted only with approval by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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Score: 1088831.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/mkd_e/WTACCMKD20_LEG_4.pdf
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