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  Encyclopedia :: encyclopedia : Regulation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
A regulation is a form of secondary legislation which is used to implement a primary piece of legislation appropriately, or to take account of particular circumstances or factors emerging during the gradual implementation of, or during the period of, a primary piece of legislation.
Regulations also assist the primary legislative process, the national parliament, to avoid the potential bottleneck of the detailed implementatin of all the laws it produces in all the varying cirumstances throughout the land or throughout the process of their implementation.
EU regulation has a general scope, and is obligatory in all its elements and directly applicable in all Member States of the European Union.
www.hallencyclopedia.com /topic/Regulation.html   (549 words)

  
 NYSBD Staff Interpretations
In support of your position first you state that [ ] document retention policy and schedules are not "activities" of [ ] branch operations in New York as defined by the Riegle-Neal Interstate Banking and Branching Efficiency Act of 1994, as amended, and is therefore not subject to host state regulation.
In addition, you state that the retention policy of a multi-state bank relates to its corporate structure and is an internal policy which is not an "activity" of [ ] in New York.
Section 6.2 (Home State Law) of the Agreement provides: "To the extent that, based on the principles referred to in Section 6.1, host state law is determined to be inapplicable to particular operations of a host sate branch of a multi-state bank, such operations shall be governed by home state law.
www.banking.state.ny.us /legal/lo051006.htm   (536 words)

  
 19. Submission, United States, to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights regarding Mexico/VCCR advisory opinion ...
The VCCR is an intergovernmental agreement among approximately 160 State parties concerning the conduct of consular relations between States and the privileges and immunities relating to the conduct of consular functions by consular officials.
To signal its importance, the Secretary of State wrote the governors of each state, commonwealth, and territory in February 1998, providing the manual and asking for assistance in ensuring that the consular notification obligation is brought to the attention of all state and local law enforcement authorities.
While the United States believes that the death penalty may be imposed in appropriate cases in a manner consistent with international law, it agrees that, because the death penalty constitutes the most serious and irreversible sanction, it may be handed down only in strict accordance with the protections for criminal defendants recognized under law.
www.state.gov /s/l/65724.htm   (11622 words)

  
 Indiana Code 13-29-1
A host state shall ensure that a compact facility located within its borders that is permanently closed is properly cared for so as to ensure protection of air, land, and water resources and the health and safety of all people who may be affected by the facility.
The host state shall physically segregate waste disposed of at the facility after this compact is dissolved from waste disposed of at the facility before this compact is dissolved.
A petitioning state becomes eligible for membership in the compact upon the approval of the Commission, including the affirmative vote of the member from each host state in which a compact facility is operating or being developed or constructed.
www.state.in.us /legislative/ic/code/title13/ar29/ch1.html   (8309 words)

  
 UIC - DDN - Host-Pathogen Interactions/Inflammation
Host cell interactors of some of these proteins have already been identified through yeast 2-hybrid analyses and more in depth studies are underway to understand how such interactions influence host cell physiology.
One is to understand the regulation of the barrier properties of the endothelial and epithelial cells.
Molecular characterization of mutants of this factor have identified several genes important to the biosynthesis and regulation of laccase, including a vesicular ATPase and a vesicular chloride channel, both of which appear to be important to the metaliation of laccase and laccase regulators.
www.uic.edu /com/dom/gastro/host.pathogen.html   (2157 words)

  
 MNCs.html
More dramatically, the United States, through the use of CIA covert operations and economic pressure, took part in the overthrow of governments in Iran (1953), Guatemala (1954), and Chile (1973) after the assets of firms from the United States and other Northern countries were nationalized.
Knowing that the host state may be eager for additional investment, the firm will seek explicit pledges of favorable treatment prior to committing to a project.
Though, in practice, FDI may contribute to the development of a host countryís economy, this is, from the firmís perspective, an incidental result, not the primary purpose of the investment.
www.drake.edu /artsci/PolSci/MNCs.html   (10063 words)

  
 Bambooweb: European Law
Regulations and directives bind everyone, while decisions only affect the parties to whom they are addressed (which can be individuals, corporations, or member states).
Directives and regulations can comprise of a mixture of maximum harmonisation and minimum harmonisation clauses, and can be enforced on either a home state or a host state basis.
The status of overseas dependencies of the Netherlands (Antilles) and Denmark (Greenland) was regulated by treaty in 1962 and 1984, respectively.
www.bambooweb.com /articles/e/u/European_Law.html   (1408 words)

  
 FDIC: FDIC Federal Register Citations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
National banks and their operating subsidiaries are exempt or preempted from state licensing requirements, the majority of state lending laws, as well as state-mandated disclosures and statements.
This interpretation logically fits within the legislative history discussed in the notice of proposed rulemaking which states that the purpose of the legislation was to provide parity between state and national banks in the new interstate environment.
One can certainly anticipate a particular host state law that either has or would clearly be preempted under OCC interpretations but that has not been addressed in writing by the OCC or a Federal court.
www.fdic.gov /regulations/laws/federal/2005/05c18prointerstate.html   (972 words)

  
 Host Country Clearance Travel of U.S. Government Officials Abroad Regarding International Judicial Assistance
Waiting until the last minute, such as the day before the scheduled departure, may mean that the trip will have to be postponed, since foreign countries cannot process such requests on such short notice.
However, for official travelers in judicial assistance matters, embassies and consulates can assist in either retaining foreign host country commercial services for you (charging them against your federal fiscal data and appropriation number or credit card) or furnish you with information as to how you can retain such services directly.
If no such services are available in the host country, it may be necessary to bring your own support staff.
travel.state.gov /law/host_country.html   (975 words)

  
 The attribution of capital to foreign banking permanent establishments in the UK: The approach in determining an ...
The host state regulator, that is the regulator in the country in which the PE carries on its activities, will have some oversight function, but this will be limited.
For example, some regulators allow transactions between separate legal entities in their jurisdiction to be risk weighted at 0% in instances where this would not be permitted by the FSA.
Whether the outcome of the home state regulation is materially different depends not just on the regulatory rules but on the nature of the PE’s activities.
www.hmrc.gov.uk /manuals/bamanual/BAM32315.htm   (615 words)

  
 University of Calgary: Law Library - LL.M. Theses Abstracts: Abstracts
After reviewing the current state of the law on liability for environmental damage the thesis examines the priority that is given to the costs of the clean-up of environmental damage in the distribution of the insolvent party’s assets.
State of Queensland (No.2) (1992) 175 C.L.R., attention has turned to the issue of how native title is to be protected and whether the fiduciary principle could similarly provide protection for aboriginal rights in Australia.
The thesis examines the role of energy regulators as state energy monopolies are wholly or partially privatized, and as non-government entities invest and participate in the energy sector.
library.ucalgary.ca /branches/lawlibrary-ll.m.thesesabstracts/index.php   (7803 words)

  
 Host state regulation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Host state regulation is a term used in European Community law relating to the cross border selling or marketing of goods and services.
However, it is also argued that it gives better protection to consumers, who are unlikely to be aware of their rights under the laws of other EU member states.
This page was last modified 12:45, 21 Jul 2004.
www.encyclopedia-online.info /Host_state_regulation   (86 words)

  
 MDAC - Bureau of Plant Industry - Plant Pest Programs - Applesnail
The regulation was adopted In order to prevent the introduction and spread within the State of Mississippi the destructive plant eating Applesnails of the family Ampullariidae.
It should be clear that this is the main reason that the State of Mississippi has issued the regulation when it comes to the movement of these applesnails.
We cannot state this enough: if anyone has these applesnails never release them into local ponds, lakes, streams, drainage structures, or rivers.
www.mdac.state.ms.us /n_library/departments/bpi/bpi_plantpest_applesnail.html   (390 words)

  
 Electronic Law Journals - LGD 2000 (1) - Picciotto
The primary aim of shifting to the WTO is clearly to involve a wider range of states than is possible at the OECD, even though the MAI was envisaged as a 'free-standing agreement', and 8 non-OECD states were participating in addition to the 29 OECD members by the time the negotiations ended.
In the WTO agreements states are encouraged to adopt internationally-agreed technical, safety, or health standards, to avoid charges of de facto discrimination.
Many of these already exist in embryo, but they are greatly weakened by the reluctance of states to participate in them, or to enforce them rigorously, due to the fear of losing out in the competition to attract finance.
www2.warwick.ac.uk /fac/soc/law/elj/lgd/2000_1/picciotto   (2119 words)

  
 Proto-Oncogenes and Cancer
Given the complexity of inducing and regulating cellular growth, proliferation and differentiation, it was suspected for many years that genetic damage to genes encoding growth factors, growth factor receptors and/or the proteins of the various signal transduction cascades would lead to cellular transformation.
The DNA then integrates into the genome of the host cell where it can remain being copied as the host genome is duplicated during the process of cellular division.
Because of the alteration of the host gene during the transduction process as well as the gene being transcribed at a higher rate due to its association with the retroviral LTRs the transduced gene confers a growth advantage to the infected cell.
web.indstate.edu /thcme/mwking/oncogene.html   (1490 words)

  
 Department of Justice, State of Oregon - Consumer Protection, Tobacco Litigation
Defendants also stated that public health was their preeminent concern, of greater concern than their own profits.
Defendants knew or should have known of the State's obligation to care for indigent people or Medicaid recipients, who have suffered the ill effects of smoking, physical injury due to tobacco use.
Once the State learned, through partial disclosures, of the true nature of defendants' activities, this action was commenced.
www.doj.state.or.us /finfraud/rel6ta13.shtml   (908 words)

  
 Virginia Weis, Cnidarian-Dinoflagellate Symbioses
We are examining the dynamic process of the onset of symbiosis during the cnidarian host larval stage.
Therefore we are investigating the role of host innate immunity in the recognition process during the onset of symbiosis.
Coral bleaching, or the loss of host animal pigment, is caused by the breakdown of the host animal/algal symbiont association.
oregonstate.edu /~weisv   (590 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Working Capital Fund may be increased by miscellaneous income, pursuant to Regulation 6(vi) and any cash surplus in the General Fund at the close of the financial year following the annual meeting, to the extent that any such surplus is not required to meet outstanding commitments in terms of Regulation 4(ii).
The Executive Secretary shall designate a bank(s) or financial institution(s) insured by the host State’s Deposit Insurance Corporation in which the funds of the Organization shall be kept.
salaries and wages of employees who are citizens or permanent residents of the host State shall be assessed a levy based on the Host State’s graduated federal income tax rates and calculated on the lesser of the salaries and wages paid to such employees and the taxable income computed under the Host State’s tax laws.
www.pices.int /about/financial_regulations.aspx   (2457 words)

  
 Human Health: Drinking water -- Government regulation
Currently, the U.S. EPA does not regulate aluminum under its drinking water program but has a secondary, non-enforceable standard of 50-200 µg/l (this number is based on organoleptic properties).
To inform the public of the results of the chemical analyses of drinking water and to demonstrate a commitment to protect human health, the U.S. EPA requires each community water system to generate an annual Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) that is made available to all residents receiving water from that water system.
Copies of CCRs exist at the state and county level, and can be reviewed to give an indication of overall quality of treated surface water and groundwater, and the condition of the drinking water service.
www.great-lakes.net /humanhealth/drink/regulation.html   (694 words)

  
 Speech: EST 211101
The alternative - host state regulation - creates incentives for Member States to maintain or to create regulatory barriers to entry to their markets; not consumer protection but old fashioned protectionism.
Negotiation would be impossible as every Member State sought to impose their own national rules on the entire EU marketplace.
Mutual recognition of home state regulation allows us to capture the benefits of the single market without destroying the valuable diversity of domestic markets at different stages of development.
www.hm-treasury.gov.uk /newsroom_and_speeches/speeches/econsecspeeches/speech_est_211101.cfm   (1660 words)

  
 Maryland Racing Commission
The Maryland Racing Commission oversees and regulates both the harness and thoroughbred horse racing industry in Maryland.
Maryland is also the proud host of the Preakness, the second jewel of thoroughbred racing's Triple Crown.
All of the participants, from the track itself to the jockeys to the concessionaires who provide the food and drink at the racetrack, are licensed by the Maryland Racing Commission.
www.dllr.state.md.us /racing   (153 words)

  
 Mosquitoes - Host Attractants
Their vision enables them to see the host and thermosensors on their antennae and mouthparts enable them to find the capillaries from which they feed.
They have a pump in their head that literally sucks blood from the host and mosquitoes will feed until their abdomen is fully distended.
She may feed on more than one host to ingest enough blood to produce each batch of eggs.
www.mda.state.md.us /plants-pests/mosquito_control/mosquito_info/mosquitoes-host_attractants.php   (438 words)

  
 Department of Justice, State of Oregon - Attorney General Opinion Summaries
This advice was issued in response to a request by the State Board of Psychologist Examiners, to interpret two exemptions to ORS 675.020, which requires that persons practicing psychology in the State of Oregon be licensed by the State Board of Psychologist Examiners.
This opinion was issued in response to a question from Chuck Smith, Director of the Debt Management Division of the Oregon State Treasury, concerning Article XI-K of the Oregon Constitution, which authorizes the state to guarantee general obligation bonds issued by school districts, education service districts and community college districts (school bonds).
This opinion responds to a question from Secretary of State Bill Bradbury concerning ORS 260.174, a statute generally regulating campaign contributions and expenditures by and to public officers and candidates for public office while the Legislative Assembly is in session.
www.doj.state.or.us /agoffice/summary.shtml   (3396 words)

  
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 Pesticide & Fertilizer Management Division
The Pesticide and Fertilizer Management Division enforces state laws pertaining to the sale, use and disposal of a host of agricultural inputs, including fertilizers, agricultural lime, and pesticides.
One particularly important duty of this division is pesticide regulation.
The division also monitors the state to ensure that pesticide products are used properly and do not have a harmful impact on the state’s resources.
www.mda.state.mn.us /appd   (229 words)

  
 Radioactive Waste Disposal: Low-Level Radioactive Waste - Texas Commission on Environmental Quality - ...
Commercial or non-DOE LLRW is regulated by the Agreement States or NRC.
The compact allows exclusive disposal of the LLRW generated within the member states to be disposed of in a LLRW disposal facility constructed within any of those states.
Texas will be the host state for the compact disposal facility.
www.tceq.state.tx.us /permitting/waste_permits/rad_waste/low-level_rad_waste.html   (387 words)

  
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