The selected private operator is qualified to operate the airport, meets federal expectations regarding grant assurances, and can comply with general statute requirements relating to airports," the FAA said in a 40-page decision released on Tuesday.
What does GS stand for?
GS stands for General Statute
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Additionally, Kristin submitted a document entitled "Physician's Opinion Pursuant to General Statutes Sections 152-190a.
The Senate bill defines a savings promotion raffle under general statutes requiring that money be deposited into the special savings account.
The only authority granted to the Board of Governors for Higher Education (a statewide coordinating board) is to recommend a "minimum proportion of educational costs which shall be supported by tuition and fees" (Connecticut General Statutes Annotated 2007a, Ch.
Amongst others, its main duties are: to adopt and modify the General Statutes, to elect the President of FIBA, to elect the Treasurer of FIBA, upon proposal by the Secretary General, to ratify the composition of the Central Board and the nomination of the Vice-President, to appoint the members of the Ethics Commission, to grant the title of Honorary President or Honorary Member, to examine and approve all reports, including the activity report of the Central Board, and to ratify the decisions of the Central Board related to suspension of members.
Liz Proctor, public information officer for the North Carolina Secretary of State, said that the requirement is a state law, part of North Carolina General Statute 131F, the Solicitation of Contributions statute, meaning it would take the legislature, which imposed it in the first place, to remove it.
Pilot's Point appealed the valuation, and the superior court, using the income capitalization approach found in General Statutes [section] 12-63b (a), determined the fair market value to be $17,127,452.
Regulating Risk Experience with other general statutes suggests that eventually guidelines and interpretations will emerge.