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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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The statement said the online merger filing system helps all undertakings to submit the required documents electronically using a pre-defined format through an online software application that has been provided by the Competition Commission of Pakistan.
Coventry Trading Standards have secured undertakings under the Enterprise Act requiring three local car traders to trade fairly.
The undertaking and confidential supporting submissions were submitted by Telstra on 21 December, 2007, with public versions of documents placed on the ACCC website on 24 December, 2007.
In all honesty, our organization, like most nonprofit organizations, didn't have much money available to undertake a forestry plan--and it certainly didn't have any money available for undertakings not currently in our budget.
The terms of the undertaking are as follows: Cheek Point confirms that it will not place undue or unacceptable pressure upon its distributors and resellers regarding their independent decision whether or not to sell competing products; in this respect, Check Point will confirm to its distributors and resellers their right independently to choose to handle products of other manufacturers which directly or indirectly compete with Check Point's own products.
The authors also note that the undertakings of the early modernizers were carried out under pressure and in the face of strong resistance from the Ottoman Muslim population who were psychologically conditioned to resent imitating the West.
Illustrations 1 through 4 exemplify the concept of an undertaking as well as the distinguishing factors that result in certain apparently different units being treated as a single undertaking while others are treated as separate undertakings.
5) An undertaking is made up of one or more income-producing operations.
Finnish-Swedish IT company TietoEnator Corporation said on Tuesday (5 April) that it had received an additional irrevocable undertaking from HSBC Asset Management (Europe) Limited for the cash offer for the United Kingdom software company AttentiV Systems Group plc.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-6 April 2005-TietoEnator receives additional irrevocable undertaking for AttentiV offer(C)1994-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The act will also require nontraditional "owners" and "contractors" such as tenants undertaking interiors work on their own behalf or on behalf of a subtenant; landlords performing work for tenants under a lease, and other parties, to be sensitive to payment and performance provisions in their contracts because work letters or tenant improvement allowance provisions in leases may be deemed to be "construction contracts" for purposes of the act.