Age Limit


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Age Limit

A “cut-off” age above which an insurer will not accept applications or renew policies.
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On Tuesday, the FIFA Executive Committee decided to postpone until 2014 debate on age limits for officials and term limits for the president, which were expected to be voted on during the upcoming Congress.
RESIDENTS have launched a protest over new plans which would remove age limits on council flats.
It would, for example, be justifiable to insist on an age limit for applications to play a teenager on stage, but not to require air traffic controller recruits to be under 36.
The current age limit was set at 39 in 2004, but Nice believes women up to 42-years-old should be entitled to the treatment.
A WRU spokeswoman said: "The age limit has now been revised and was changed to 65 at the start of the 2011/12 season.
It also wants minimum age limits to be considered "with the aim of reducing inconsistency and complexity around the use of firearms by children".
Interestingly, this is not the first time that the age limit has been increased to 25.
The senators said there should be no age limit for landing a job with the government, adding that the youth often faced age constraints after completing their education.
As people are living longer, the lower age limit has to be increased.
City licensing chiefs have also set an eight-year age limit on minicabs in a bid to improve passenger safety and get 'rusty old bangers' off the road.
Raising the age limit to 21 from 18, they say, would reduce the smoking rate and avoid the deadly effects of tobacco use.
While not all communities have accepted those limits - Boston, for example, has an upper age limit of 40 - Worcester had traditionally adhered to the age limit of 32.