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express consent

A clear and voluntary indication of preference or choice, usually oral or written, and freely given in circumstances where the available options and their consequences have been made clear (informed consent). As defined in the UK, express consent constitutes formal permission to undergo a diagnostic or therapeutic procedure, or to allow use of personally identifiable information for research, epidemiology, financial audit or administration, publication and/or to release into the public domain. Without express consent, use of such materials is limited to teaching and training.

ex·press con·sent

(eks-pres kŏn-sent)
To convey in writing, by gesture, or verbally the agreement or permission of a patient to receive treatment.
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to make any call (other than a call made for emergency purposes or made with the prior express consent of the called party) using any automatic telephone dialing system or prerecorded voice...
It said: 'After the expiration of tenancy period a tenant though can continue to hold over the possession of the rented premises, but his tenancy is rendered invalid in that it has come to an end, and if there is no express consent of the landlord to extend the tenancy period the tenant shall be guilty of having infringed the conditions of tenancy , rendering him liable to be evicted under Section 17(2)(ii)(b) of Islamabad Rent Restriction Ordinance 2001.
Together with the advance notice provided by Rightside (on behalf of itself and its subsidiaries) of the Transactions and the related change of control to ICANN on 14 June 2017, ICANN's express consent to the Transactions with respect to Rightside and its applicable subsidiaries satisfies one of the conditions to the tender offer.
Debt-collection companies sued for violating the TCPA can defeat the claims by demonstrating the debtors gave "prior express consent" to be called on their cellphones.
If a business uses equipment capable of storing, or producing and calling telephone numbers using a random or sequential number generator (and even the average cell phone has this capability), the only real defense to a TCPA claim is to argue that the cell phone user has provided "prior express consent" to receive calls.
Once express consent is obtained, it does not expire, unless the person giving consent withdraws it at any future time.
That means that he cannot seek contact with his victims, or other girls under the age of 16, and cannot stay in the same house as a girl without express consent from the child's parent or guardian who knows about the current convictions.
Six Nations says the land belongs to them and not the New Credit, so the express consent of Six Nations is required.
An application for "express consent" has been sent to Coventry City Council as the stadium operators look to add the Premiership Rugby side's branding to side's branding to Rthe arena after Wasps became 100 per cent stakeholders in ACL.
As President Barack Obama said on October 27, "the United States will not recognize any election held in separatist-held areas that does not comport with Ukrainian law and is not held with the express consent and under the authority of the Ukrainian government," Meehan noted.
* If you received express consent from Canada recipients prior to July 1, 2014, that still stands today.
| Without the express consent of parents/guardians, the filming of any children is prohibited.