self-certify

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  • The process of self-certification is that the mosques will self-certify whether they fully meet or partially meet each of the above five standards.
  • Registrants are required to self-certify their professional status and agree to terms of use before registration, then subsequently provide detailed license information.
  • Members must self-certify their eligibility and Stoves is in no way responsible for policing usage.
  • Vendors now self-certify the compliance of their products.
  • According to the application, borrowers may also self-certify that they currently have no income, thus avoiding needing to try and document that they have no income.
  • Manufacturers could self-certify compliance with these requirements, but had to provide test results and two units to the NTIA for ad hoc testing.
  • Schools can self-certify their building through the CHPS Designed program, or seek third-party verification of their high performance school through the CHPS Verified program.
  • Canada also permits glider pilot license holders to self-certify, but requires regular medical examinations for gliding instructors.
  • Option 1 is sometimes incorrectly referred to as "self-certify" or "self-certification".
  • The Chemical Producers and Distributors Association offers participating companies the ability to self-certify their spray adjuvant products in the USA.
  • Effective June 29, 2009, every vessel entering Lake Powell must have a mussel certificate, although boat owners were allowed to self-certify.
  • There is no maximum age for driving or holding a driving licence, but holders must renew their licences at age 70 and every three years thereafter, at which times they must self-certify their continued fitness to drive.
  • According to supporters, this bill would "ease the burden placed on farmers and ranchers" by making it easier for smaller farms to self-certify and raising the level of storage capacity under which farms are exempted.
  • Scheme membership allows an enterprise to "self-certify" work that they carry out without the requirement to have undergone any formal installation training or to hold relevant qualifications in electrical installation practices - since practical competence can be assessment-based only.
  • Registrants are asked to self-certify that they have both cleared a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check and are covered by professional indemnity insurance.
  • From 6 April 2014, HMRC approval will no longer be required for a SAYE plan to obtain tax benefits, instead an employer is required to self-certify that the SAYE meets the requirements of the relevant legislation.
  • From 6 April 2014, HMRC approval will no longer be required for a SIP to obtain tax benefits, instead an employer is required to self certify that the SIP meets the requirements of the relevant legislation.
  • On 6 April 2006, Part P was amended to clarify the actual requirements around certification of DIY work (or work completed by someone otherwise unable to self-certify) and to "make enforcement more proportionate to the risk".
  • To divorce, he can simply invoke Talaq and part with the dower (brideprice) he gave her before marriage; or, he can invoke Lian doctrine in case of adultery, self certify and swear by Allah four times, and Sharia requires the court to grant divorce requested by the man.