BIA

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AcronymDefinition
BIABusiness Improvement Area
BIABureau of Indian Affairs
BIABusiness Impact Analysis (management analysis identifying the impacts of losing company resources; commonly part of a Business Recovery Plan)
BIABuilding Industry Association
BIABoard of Immigration Appeals (US DOJ)
BIABrothers in Arms (game)
BIABandaranaike International Airport (Sri Lanka)
BIABusiness in Africa (magazine)
BIABusiness Improvement Association (Canada)
BIABioelectric Impedance Analysis
BIABaby in Arms
BIABankruptcy and Insolvency Act (Canada)
BIABrain Injury Association (USA)
BIABrick Institute of America
BIABengaluru International Airport (Bangalore, India)
BIABanque Internationale pour l'Afrique (French)
BIABorder & Immigration Agency (UK, formerly Immigration and Nationality Directorate)
BIABusiness Intelligence Analytics
BIABioIndustry Association
BIABioindustry Association (UK)
BIABusiness Impact Assessment
BIABusiness Impact Analysis
BIABurned-in Address
BIABuffer Index Area
BIABasic Internet Access
BIABrick Industry Association
BIABoating Industry Association (now NMMA)
BIABrevet d'Initiation Aéronautique (French aeronautics diploma)
BIABastia, Corsica, France - Poretta (Airport Code)
BIABump in the API
BIABaixo Impacto Ambiental (Portuguese: Low Environmental Impact; Brazil)
BIABezbednosno Informativna Agencija (Serbian intelligence agency)
BIABristol International Airport (UK)
BIABreakfast in America (restaurant; Paris, France)
BIABudget Implementation Act (various locations)
BIABroadband Internet Access
BIABusiness Intelligence Accelerator (software)
BIABureau of Immigration Appeals
BIABremer Innovations Agentur (German innovation support company)
BIABradley International Airport (Hartford, Connecticut)
BIABritish Institute at Ankara (Ankara, Turkey)
BIABurned-In (MAC) Address (Cisco)
BIABasic Insurance Amount (federal government employee life insurance)
BIABiospecific Interaction Analysis
BIABroadmoor Improvement Association
BIABachelor of Industrial Administration
BIABicycle Institute of America
BIABio-Inspired Algorithm
BIABusiness Improvement Architects (Canada)
BIABarbecue Industry Association
BIABilateral Infrastructure Agreement (various locations)
BIABureau Issues Association (US agency)
BIABoehringer Ingelheim Austria
BIABinding Industries of America
BIABureau Informatisering Amsterdam (City of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
BIABest in America
BIABoard of Indian Affairs (state of Utah)
BIABeef Improvement Association
BIABanque Intercontinentale Arabe (French: Arab Intercontinental Bank)
BIABulletin d'Information Archéologique (French: Archaeological Information Bulletin)
BIABomb Impact Assessment
BIABarbados Institute of Architects (Barbados)
BIABritish Insurance Association (now ABI)
BIABilingual Interactive Activation Model
BIABus Interface Adapter
BIABall Image Analyzer
BIABiométrie et Intelligence Artificielle (French: Biometrics and Artificial Intelligence)
BIABulk Inversion Asymmetry
BIABusiness Internet Analytics (Microsoft initiative)
BIABureau d'Information Aéronautique (French)
BIABritish Irish Association
BIABusiness Intelligence Associates, Inc
BIABraille Institute of America, Inc.
BIABusqueda de Inteligencia Artificial (Spanish)
BIABook Income Adjustment (tax)
BIABuses International Association
BIABase Information Analysis
BIABoost, Insertion, and Abort
BIABorn Into Ashes (band)
BIABroadband Internetwork Analyzer
BIABaccalauréat en Informatique Appliquée (Bachelor in Data Sciences)
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Instead, Parliament has enacted multiple insolvency statutes, the main one being the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act.
announced today that the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta has ruled in Sonde's favor, dismissing the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act protection previously afforded Canadian Sahara Inc.
May 2002 is the legislated date in Canada for reform of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (BIA) and the Companies Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA), the main federal Canadian insolvency statutes.
He ruled that in the context of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act, child maintenance is intended to be used to offset monthly household expenses.
Justice Patterson of the BC Supreme Court ruled that the lottery windfall was "after-acquired" property under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act, defined as "all property wherever situated of the bankrupt at the date of his bankruptcy or that may be acquired by or devolved on him before his discharge"(property acquired after bankruptcy but before discharge).
Canada's present Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (BIA) came into effect on July 1, 1950, with amendments in 1992 and 1997.