state regulatory agency

state regulatory agency

A state body responsible for establishing professional standards, and for certifying professionals or organizations through appropriate documentation
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Environmental Protection Agency to test its property in the heart of town for contaminants seems to be cooperating with a state regulatory agency.
The state regulatory agency usually has the ability to enforce the provisions of the contract and ensure the work is performed properly.
Working in partnership with local township and state regulatory agency officials, all the required state, county and township approvals are in final review; and the land is once again ready for productive use," said David Pry, environmental consultant.
But the National Telecommunications Agency (ANATEL), the state regulatory agency, disagreed, fining both companies as much as $17 million each for the long distance collapse, according to several press reports.
Last month, the Montana Public Service Commission became the first state regulatory agency to approve the merger.
A number of states have securities laws permitting public companies to raise a limited amount of capital without submitting audited financial statements to the state regulatory agency.
OTCBB:TEDG) is pleased to announce that China BioPharma Limited, the Company's wholly owned subsidiary, has received final approval from the PRC's (Peoples Republic of China) State Regulatory Agency for the investment of China BioPharma, into Zhejiang Tianyuan Biotech Co.
Preliminary tests done by a state regulatory agency in 2003 found perchlorate in the soil, and the EPA wants to determine the extent of the pollution.
Each institution must provide its auditor with copies of its most recent report of condition and report of examination, any supervisory memorandum of understanding or written agreement with any federal or state regulatory agency and the report of any action initiated by federal banking agencies.
In addition to the coverages already provided under the policy for alleged violations of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, any similar state securities laws, and administrative actions brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission or any similar state regulatory agency, the IPO InNAVation(SM) endorsement to the primary Navigators Pro D&O policy protects directors and officers for covered loss alleging civil violations of Sections 11 and 12 of the Securities Act of 1933.
THOUSAND OAKS - A state regulatory agency has found that pizza franchise owner Jill Lederer and the treasurer of the committee to recall then-Councilwoman Elois Zeanah violated the Political Reform Act a dozen times.
s common shares have not been registered under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act") or any state regulatory agency in the United States.
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