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licensee

Medical practice Any person licensed or authorized to engage in the health care profession regulated by a state medical board.
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c) The licensee does not utilize in any manner the information obtained, except that nothing shall prohibit the licensee from utilizing the same information obtained from an independent source, such as through litigation discovery.
In 1996, the FCC adopted comprehensive regulations intended to specify the obligations of wireless licensees and manufacturers of certain wireless devices to comply with RER exposure guidelines.
If the non-licensed spouse dies before the licensee spouse, the licensee spouse, as trustee, will continue to hold legal title to the interest (usually in the survivor's trust).
It also underscores the enforcement authority of state boards of accountancy over licensees with interstate practices.
They may include any professional title or title indicating ownership on business cards that is not misleading, but they may not use a title or phrase that implies they are licensees or certificate holders.
Licensees have many resources at their disposal to assist in reconfiguration activities.
Cost Estimate Preparations - The Guidelines for Preparing a Cost Estimate provide licensees with instructions for preparing a Cost Estimate to submit to Sprint Nextel to request reconfiguration funding and to use during Frequency Reconfiguration Agreement (FRA) negotiations with Sprint Nextel.
The purpose of having an RFPF deadline at the start of the voluntary negotiation period is to encourage licensees to complete their RFPFs prior to the start of the 6-month negotiation period, allowing the parties to take full advantage of both the voluntary and mandatory negotiation periods.
Now that this financing is completed, this also provides us with the opportunity to give our shareholders an update on the progress and activities of Research Frontiers and our licensees.
The purpose of publishing an RFPF deadline at the start of voluntary negotiations is to encourage licensees to complete their RFPFs prior to the start of the 180-day negotiation period, allowing the parties to take full advantage of both voluntary and mandatory negotiations.
Licensees with more complex needs will also benefit, as the Fast Track Option will free up Sprint Nextel and TA resources to focus on unique licensee situations and requirements.
Currently, there are nearly 500,000 licensees, which equates to one real estate licensee for every 52 adults.