RCTB

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AcronymDefinition
RCTBRecombinant Cholera Toxin B Subunit (immunogen)
RCTBReasonable Cause To Believe
RCTBReserve Components Troop Basis
RCTBReclam the Bay (Ocean County, NJ)
RCTBRural Communities Technology Board
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A new criminal offence of illegal working, where an individual works in the UK with the knowledge or reasonable cause to believe they are doing so illegally, has also been introduced with a maximum term of imprisonment of six months.
A Home Office spokesman said: "These orders may be imposed on an individual who has done an act of a sexual nature and as a result of which there is reasonable cause to believe it is necessary to protect the public."
If you are a victim of dating violence, and have reasonable cause to believe you are in imminent danger of becoming the victim of another act of dating violence, or if you have reasonable cause to believe that you are in imminent danger of becoming a victim of dating violence, you can use this form to ask the court for a protective order prohibiting dating violence.
Wisconsin's statute 128.07(2) states: "If the debtor has given a preference within four months before the filing of a petition, or an assignment, after the filing of the petition and before the appointment of a receiver, or after the filing of an assignment and before the qualification of the assignee, and the recipient has reasonable cause to believe that the enforcement of the judgment or transfer would effect a preference, the judgment shall be voidable by the receiver or assignee, and the receiver or assignee may recover the property or its value from the recipient."
In this case, after a complaint over the hiring process applied to female candidates of the Mach Mining Co., the EEOC issued its determination that it had reasonable cause to believe the charges were accurate.
A tattooist found to flout the law can be fined, but can escape prosecution if they can prove they had reasonable cause to believe a youngster was over 18.
The court, however, did not sustain accuracy-related penalties, finding that Goralski acted with good faith and had reasonable cause to believe that he was entitled to the credit.
After Mercer was released from the hospital, the EEOC found that "there is reasonable cause to believe that [Mercer's] specific medical information was not kept confidential" in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
Arbitrators have found consistently that when a workplace is dangerous, an employer can test an individual employee if there is reasonable cause to believe that the employee was impaired while on duty, was involved in a workplace accident or incident, or was returning to work after treatment for substance abuse.
When a complaint is filed, it is presented to the Ethics Inquiry Board this board determines it there is a reasonable cause to believe that a violation of the code may have occurred and whether it should be forwarded for a hearing to the Ethics Hearing and Discipline Board.
In Kentucky, the mandatory reporting statute is codified in the law and requires reporting by all persons who know or have reasonable cause to believe that a child is dependent, neglected, or abused.
Courts and the Commission have equated the "not frivolously brought" standard contained in section 105(c)(2) of the Mine Act with the "reasonable cause to believe standard." Jim Walter Resources, Inc.
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