He said that current request for admissions at the ADIS in town are too many.
What does RFA stand for?
RFA stands for Request for Admission
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of RFA
We have 213 other meanings of RFA in our Acronym Attic
- Remote File Access
- Remote First Aid (UK training courses)
- Remote Function Actuation
- Renewable Fuels Agency (various locations)
- Renewable Fuels Association
- Renormalized Free Atom
- República Federal Alemana (Spanish: Federal Republic of Germany)
- République Fédérale Allemande (French: Federal Republic of Germany)
- Request For Action
- Request for Adminship (Wikimedia Foundation)
Samples in periodicals archive:
But he added that it was no substitute for the Palestinians' more high-profile request for admission to the United Nations.
Submitting a request for admission to UN membership in a letter to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who referred it to the Council and the General Assembly "for consideration as soon as practicable," South Sudan President Salva Kiir said his country which officially declared its independence from Sudan last Saturday accepts the obligations contained in the UN Charter and solemnly undertakes to fulfill them.
5) The request for admission procedure permits parties to swiftly and decisively remove matters from controversy.
The trial judge found, inter alia, that the "failure to answer the request for admissions constituted admissions.
Mallory Jupiter Not long ago I sent out a request for admissions in a multi-million dollar case asking the defendants to admit a certain contract between them contemplated actions that would tend to prove they intended to misappropriate my client's trade secrets.
According to the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, the formal request for admission to the UNO also includes a controversial declaration of neutrality-a decisive issue that was the focus of lively debate in the Federal Assembly-which calls for preserving the country's independence and ensuring its security, in line with the Swiss Constitution.
All of the questions propounded in the request for admission tend to incriminate the accused in the present proceedings, and compelling him to answer would violate his right to due process and his privilege against self-incrimination,'' the document said.