Landlord also didn't demonstrate that reasonable efforts were made to keep the area clean.
What does RE stand for?
RE stands for Reasonable Efforts
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 45 other meanings of RE in our Acronym Attic
- Radiation Element
- Radiation Equipment
- Radio Éireann (Irish Radio pre-1966)
- Radio Enclosure
- Radium Emanation
- Railroad Easement
- Rare Earth (chemistry)
- Real Estate
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In addition, the 1997 passage of the Adoption and Safe Families Act presents significant changes not only in the fundamental basis of child services and permanency, but also to the reasonable efforts finding and, through the Child and Family Service Review process, the importance of judicial involvement.
``The failure to exhaust all reasonable efforts to call attention to potential misconduct involving a member and House page is not merely the exercise of poor judgment, it is a present danger to House pages and to the integrity of the institution of the House.
In 1990, Congress passed a law requiring the government--including schools--to make reasonable efforts to accommodate people with disabilities.
Reasonable cause can exist only when "(1) the taxpayer has made reasonable efforts to protect the trust funds, but (2) those efforts have been frustrated by circumstances outside the taxpayer's control.
31 1993 a company must demonstrate that all reasonable efforts to comply have been made.
The breaches involve, among other matters, Esprit's failure to make the $10 million license fee payment due to Depomed under the contract on December 15, 2006, and to use commercially reasonable efforts to market ProQuin XR.
Landlord is responsible for keeping the area 18 inches from the curb into the street clean at all times, and must make reasonable efforts to do so.