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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A special resolution will be passed by the members to petition MPs under Article 119 to consider or repeal the age limits," the notice reads in part.
The committee report recommended that the presidential age limit be lifted while the minority report also presented before Parliament said it should stay.
Nineteen percent said 10 years old, 35 percent said 12 years old, 27 percent said 13 years old, and 19 percent agreed that trick-or-treating has no age limit and could be enjoyed well into a person's 30's.
Nepali law requires Everest climbers to be at least 16 but there is no upper age limit.
The marriage and the family life were decided based on their family heritage, and though most of them were 12 to 14 years there was no age limit determined for marriage, but on reaching the puberty they were permitted for marriage.
Erotokritou reasoned that, since candidates are screened with the new, stricter criteria, there is no need for an age limit, and argued that Diko's amendment is in line with what stands in other European Union countries.
British building society Nationwide is increasing its age limit for people paying off mortgages to 85, in what is seen to be the most recent sign on the impact of increasing house prices on buyers, the BBC reported on Monday.
HALIFAX is increasing its upper age limit for mortgage lending to 80 - prompting experts to suggest that other major lenders could follow suit.
Full narcosis is considered the only adequate means of relieving the pain of circumcision, "so we have set an age limit of one year," Dr 0ystein Drivenes at St Olavs Hospital told Dagsavisen.
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board is firm on enforcing an age limit on vehicles used for school shuttle services, despite the mass action staged Thursday by operators demanding a one-year deferment of the restriction.
the race, originally planned for April 2 in aid of the robert Jones and Agnes hunt Orthopaedic hospital in Oswestry, has been scrapped this year due to a shortage of riders in the wake of Ludlow general manager Bob Davies imposing an age limit of 60.
Pat O'Neill, who represents Carlow-Kilkenny, said the current age limit, which stops at 16 for school-leavers but continues to age 18 for those in full-time schooling, is unfair and divisive.