This is so Canadian and European partners have a common understanding of the language used in the agreement. For the purposes of this Agreement, unless otherwise specified: As regards the provisions concerning the tariff treatment of goods, this Agreement shall also apply to the areas of the European Union customs territory not covered by the first sentence of this subparagraph.
Exclusivity of Remedies Section 9. Regulatory Requirements Section 1. Definitions As used in this act, unless the context requires otherwise, the following terms have the meaning ascribed to them in this section.
Mere failure to disclose information does not constitute concealment. Model underwriting agreements by the holder of a legal privilege, or one who has a reasonable belief that a privilege exists, to prevent discovery of privileged information does not constitute concealment.
Insurance Policy also is any other instruments authorized or regulated by the department of insurance. Mere failure to disclose information does not constitute "withholding" if the one failing to disclose reasonably believes that there is no duty to disclose.
Fraudulent Insurance Act Any Person who, knowingly and with intent to defraud, and for the purpose of depriving another of property or for pecuniary gain, commits, participates in or aids, abets, or conspires to commit or solicits another Person to commit, or permits its employees or its agents to commit any of the following acts, has committed a Fraudulent Insurance Act: It shall be unlawful for any Person to commit, or to attempt to commit, or aid, assist, abet or solicit another to commit, or to conspire to commit a Fraudulent Insurance Act.
Unlawful Insurance Act Any Person who commits, participates in, or aids, abets, or conspires to commit, or solicits another Person to commit, or permits its employees or its agents to commit any of the following acts with an intent to induce reliance, has committed an Unlawful Insurance Act: It shall be unlawful for any Person to commit, or to attempt to commit, or aid, assist, abet or solicit another to commit, or to conspire to commit an Unlawful Insurance Act.
It is the intent of the Coalition that the criminal penalties for fraudulent insurance acts should track the existing criminal penalties for fraud.
Restitution A Person convicted of a violation of Section 2 of this Act shall be ordered to make monetary restitution for any financial loss or damages sustained by any other Person as a result of the violation.
Financial loss or damage shall include, but is not necessarily limited to, loss of earnings, out-of-pocket and other expenses, paid deductible amounts under an Insurance Policy, Insurer claim payments, cost reasonably attributed to investigations and recovery efforts by owners, Insurers, Insurance Professionals, law enforcement and other public authorities, and cost of prosecution.
When restitution is ordered, the court shall determine its extent and methods. Restitution may be imposed in addition to a fine and, if ordered, any other penalty, but not in lieu thereof. Administrative Penalties 1 A Any Practitioner determined by the Court to have violated Section 2 shall be deemed to have committed an act involving moral turpitude that is inimical to the public well being.
The court or prosecutor shall notify the appropriate licensing authority in this state of the judgment for appropriate disciplinary action, including revocation of any such professional license sand may notify appropriate licensing authorities in any other jurisdictions where the Practitioner is licensed.
Any victim may notify the appropriate licensing authorities in this State and any other jurisdiction where the Practitioner is licensed, of the conviction.
It is hereby recommended by the legislature that the name of the highest court in the state shall summarily and permanently disbar any attorney found guilty of such felony.
C All such referrals to the appropriate licensing or other agencies, and all dispositive actions thereof, shall be a matter of public record. B A Person in the business of insurance shall not knowingly or intentionally permit a Person convicted of a felony involving dishonesty or breach of trust to participate in the business of insurance.
An action maintained under this subparagraph may neither be certified as a class action nor be made part of a class action. An action maintained under this subparagraph may neither be certified as class action nor be made part of a class action, unless the violations of Section 2 giving rise to the action resulted in criminal conviction of the violator s under Section 4.
In any such action, the court shall proceed as soon as practicable to the hearing and determination thereof. Pending final determination thereof, the court may at any time enter such restraining orders or prohibitions, or take such other actions, including the acceptance of satisfactory performance bonds, as it shall deem proper.
Any court in which a prosecution for violation of Section 2 is pending shall have authority to stay or limit proceedings in any civil action regarding the same or related conduct. Any court in which is pending a civil action brought pursuant to subparagraph d of this Section 7 may stay or limit proceedings in actions brought pursuant to subparagraphs a - c regarding the same or related conduct or may transfer such actions or consolidate them before itself or allow the plaintiffs in such actions to participate in the action brought pursuant to subparagraph das it shall prescribe.
An insurer shall not pay damages awarded under this Section 7, or provide a defense or money for a defense, on behalf of an insured under a contract of insurance or indemnification.
Any Person injured in his business or property by reason of a violation of Section 2 or Section 3 of this Chapter may recover under only one of the subparagraphs in this Section.
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London Market Target Operating Model (TOM) One aspect of the LMG response to the findings of London Matters is the provision of a detailed operational vision of a. Sec. Separate titles and taxation.
Recording of certificate by cooperative. Conveyance of interest in cooperative. (a) In a cooperative, a unit owner's interest in a unit and its allocated interests is a real property interest for all purposes, except that the real property constituting the cooperative shall be taxed and assessed as a whole and a .
The Federal Reserve Board of Governors in Washington DC. Because bank funding markets are global and have at times broken down, disrupting the provision of credit to households and businesses in the United States and other countries, the Federal Reserve has entered into agreements to establish central bank liquidity swap lines with a .
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