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re·quire·ment

(rē-kwīr'mĕnt),
1. Something desired or needed.
2. A condition that must be present if some event is to occur or some entity is to come into existence.

re·quire·ment

(rē-kwīr'mĕnt)
Anything that is obligatory or necessary; an authoritative expression of such obligation or necessity.
[L. requiro]
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It also made substantial equivalency available for all professional staff at firms that comply with the act's enforcement requirements.
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