ROAPRegional Office for Asia and the Pacific
ROAPRights Object Acquisition Protocol
ROAPRemoval-of-Accounts Provision
ROAPRouting and Addressing Problem Directorate
ROAPRisk & Opportunity Assessment Process (Reliability qualification of Semiconductor Devices)
ROAPRagnarok Online Advanced Proxy
ROAPRemote Audio Output Protocol
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An unconditional ROAP or repurchase agreement that allows the transferor to specify the assets that may be removed, because such a provision allows the transferor unilaterally to remove specific assets
A ROAP conditioned on a transferor's decision to exit some portion of its business, because whether it can be triggered by canceling an affinity relationship, spinning off a business segment, or accepting a third party's bid to purchase a specified (for example, geographic) portion of the transferor's business, such a provision allows the transferor unilaterally to remove specific assets.
A ROAP for random removal of excess assets, if the ROAP is sufficiently limited so that the transferor cannot remove specific transferred assets, for example, by limiting removals to the amount of the transferor's retained interest and to one removal per month
A ROAP conditioned on a third-party cancellation, or expiration without renewal, of an affinity or private-label arrangement, because the removal would be allowed only after a third party's action (cancellation) or decision not to act (expiration) and could not be caused unilaterally by the transferor.
The following are examples of ROAPs that do not preclude transfers from being accounted for as sales:
Tristar Homes has four ROAPs, with members including Tristar customers and other residents from across the borough.
Each Tristar Homes ROAP has an annual pounds 25,000 budget to spend on projects which will improve the lives of local people.
This is exactly the sort of community activity that the ROAP funds were established to support.
This paper employs the concept of corporatism to improve our understanding of how the relationship between the ICAEW and the state affected the content of RoAPs issued by the ICAEW and subsequently enshrined in Companies Act, 1947.
According to Bircher, RoAPs established the ICAEW, in the eyes of government, as the only accountancy association with direct practical experience of accounting regulation [Bircher, 1991, pp.
1) the BoT, through the formation of the Cohen Committee, prompted the qualitative change that occurred in the content of RoAPs 6-10, issued by the ICAEW, that were drafted to accord with the content of its submission to the Cohen Committee, and
The process of drafting RoAPs is reviewed, in light of the above findings, to show that the content of the second five RoAPs was purposely designed to accord with the content of the ICAEW memorandum to Cohen.