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licensing

the award of a license.

poisons licensing
registration of dealers so that the sources of poisons can be determined and controlled. A veterinarian's right to trade in substances which are of pharmacological benefit but are poisonous is ensured by appropriate scheduling in the legislation.
professional licensing
radioactive materials licensing
a license required in most countries for persons or institutions using radioactive materials of any sort. Granted only to persons who have had training in the subject.
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For a business that has been operating without a license or with an expired license, the penalty fee is normally 50 percent of the licensing fee multiplied by the number of years of operating without a current license.
However, they do not enforce licensing requirements for contractors.
A smarter and faster licensing process is important to our allies and to US business, its workers, communities and shareholders alike.
New licensing terms that address industry feedback relating to licenseereview of Microsoft's technology at the outset of the licensing process, the timing of updates under the program, licensees' rights regarding independent development of protocols, and logistical aspects of the program.
The SVR's Bob Callaway, speaking in a TechTalk forum of the Corporation for Research and Educational Networking (CREN), sketched a vision for a future e-business approach to central support of software licensing.
The licensing of property managers is similar in concept to that of licensing real estate sales agents and brokers, in that it determines the number of hours required for study, the curriculum, qualifications testing and continuing education standards.
The system, which mirrors the National Association of Securities Dealers' licensing system, would be funneled through the NAIC's Insurance Regulatory Information Network, which is developing a database of agents.