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Pauline Jones, 29, of Knightlow Avenue, Willenhall, was convicted in her absence of failing to notify the DVLA of a vehicle transfer.
Article 37 requires the host government to notify consular officials when their citizens experience a special need for assistance (e.
Consequently, the standards now require firms that have participated in an engagement or report review and subsequently performed an engagement requiring a system review (such as a first audit) to (a) immediately notify the administering entity and (b) undergo a system review.
If the institution determines that misuse of its information about a customer has occurred or is reasonably possible, it should notify the affected customer as soon as possible," the guidance states.
If only the nonrequesting spouse files a written protest asking for an Appeals conference, the Service will notify the requesting spouse of the nonrequesting spouse's action.
Financial aid administrator can proactively track down students who have not filed for aid aware renewals, and colleges can develop e-mail alerts to notify student of key dates and procedures, mental health and crisis counseling services, multicultural support networks, peer tutoring programs, etc.
The decision to notify 45 of the district's first- and second-year teachers comes after months of worry over the impact of the state's projected $34.
Aqua Notify helps us inform our customers faster and more efficiently in case of an emergency or a significant disruption," said Aqua Virginia President Shannon Becker.
We are looking forward to demonstrating our enhanced NotifyMDM BYOD functionality for Apple iOS devices such as iPhones and iPads" said Paul DePond, President and founder of Notify Technology.
If only the requesting spouse files a written protest requesting an Appeals conference, the Service will notify the other spouse.
Effective July 1, entities or persons doing business in California will be required to notify California residents if their personal information--contained in databases under their control--may have been acquired by unauthorized people through a security breach.