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undertakings

A general term for various forms of oversight and obligations to which a doctor whose practice is limited by the GMC (UK) agrees until such time as restrictions on his or her registration are lifted.

Examples, undertakings
Notify the GMC of any posts taken; allow the GMC access to all medical records; have a supervisor and mentor; see a GP regularly; formulate a personal development plan; etc.
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Noting that the IAEA has been supervising and verifying Iran's commitment to the nuclear deal, he said, "The IAEA can confirm that Iran is acting according to its undertakings.
The CMA has considered the undertakings offered and last week announced that it considers that there are reasonable grounds for believing that the undertakings offered, or a modified version of them, might be accepted by the CMA to remedy the substantial lessening of competition identified by the CMA.
The CMA now has until 25 September 2017 to decide whether to accept the undertaking, with the possibility to extend this timeframe to 20 November 2017 if it considers there are special reasons for doing so.
Under these lock-up undertakings, the banks have undertaken, with certain reservations and exceptions, towards the company's advisor Pareto Securities AB, during a period commencing on the date of the signing of each respective lock-up undertaking and ending on the earlier of the date, it is finally established that the banks in aggregate hold less than 12% of the total number of shares in the company.
The online merger filing system not only aids to expedite the application process, but the undertakings can also easily trace the status of their applications online.
Norms are conveyed to individuals via definite social mechanisms: they are socially implemented via the undertakings of others, being socially integrated.
The undertakings require the individuals not to break a range of consumer legislation or operate to the detriment of consumers.
The requirement of obtaining undertakings from clients has been formulated by stock exchanges in consultation with Sebi.
Taking the view that such conduct restricted competition to an appreciable extent and was thus prohibited under national law, it imposed fines on those undertakings, which challenged that decision.
sound competition, including by dominant undertakings, should be encouraged
The European concern follows a recent description of ATS published by DHS that, according to Frattini, "reveals significant differences between the way in which PNR data are handled within the Automated Targeting System on the one hand and the stricter regime for European PNR data according to the undertakings given by the DHS.