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AcronymDefinition
ROEReturn On Equity
ROERegional Office of Education
ROEReport on the Environment (various organizations)
ROERules Of Engagement
ROERetention of Employment
ROERecord of Employment
ROEReturn on Experience (marketing)
ROERunning on Empty
ROEReached on Error (baseball)
ROERoots of Empathy (Canada)
ROERoyal Observatory, Edinburgh (Scotland,UK)
ROERest of Europe
ROERate of Exchange
ROERdma over Gigabit Ethernet
ROERight of Entry
ROERubies of Eventide (game)
ROERegional Office for Europe (UNEP)
ROERoot of Evil
ROERessurection of Evil (gaming, Doom3 Expansion Pack)
ROERecord of Earnings (Canadian pension plan)
ROEReturn on Expectation
ROERosemary Oleoresin Extract
ROERate of Expenditure
ROERaces of Eberron (roleplaying games, Dungeons & Dragons)
ROERotating-frame Overhauser Enhancement (NMR spectroscopy)
ROERelacao de Ondas Estacionarias
ROERotating Frame Overhauser Effect (spectroscopy)
ROEReport of Excess (GSA)
ROERound One End
ROEReportable Order Event (NASD)
ROERoute of Egress
ROERemote Operating Equipment
ROEReflector Orbital Experiment
ROERapid Oxidation Event
ROERoster Of Exception
ROERight Otitis Externa
ROEReseau Objectif Entreprise
ROEReceive Overrun Error Flag
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Cllr Smithson said: "I am delighted that 33 Signal Regiment is exercising its Right of Entry.
Lady Justice Arden said registers of information were in place to lead the searching child to the mother's door but the child has no right of entry if the mother, despite counselling, refuses to unlock it.
Until May this year, when the case of Pirabakaran v Patel was decided, landlords were able to forfeit such a lease as soon as rent went unpaid by exercising their right of entry and sending in bailiffs to lock up the shop.
Also, to clarify the law, you do not have to let TV detector people in your home, they have no right of entry whatsoever.
Let me in!' She realised she spoke with too much authority as if she had automatic right of entry. With an effort she injected a note of pleading into her voice.
The letter is genuine but it gives no explanation of the purpose of the survey and implies the surveyors have the right of entry.
Homeowners must sign a Right of Entry (ROE) form to allow government employees and contractors onto their property to assess damage and install the temporary covering.
However, certain eurozone countries disagree over giving Poland a permanent right of entry until the end of the year, said a European government source.
Recommendations of contention include a diminished right of entry for unions, the possibility that health and safety representatives (HSRs) will need professional indemnity insurance to carry out their duties, the loss of union's right to prosecute on behalf of workers, and the reversal of onus of proof from the employer to the employee (ie.
Otherwise, you only have the right of entry for limited purposes, and this does not include the right to change the wall.
"Many taxpayers don't realise that HMRC has powers similar to an international police force, including the right of entry to your property and often, the right of extradition.
There are currently over 300 different kinds of inspections carrying a right of entry into business premises and this army of inspectors needs to be rationalised.