That has been done before, notably in Afghanistan in 2007, when Mullah Muhammad Omar, spiritual head of the Afghan Taliban, signed a letter of protection for vaccination teams.
What does LOP stand for?
LOP stands for letter of protection
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of LOP
We have 91 other meanings of LOP in our Acronym Attic
- Lean of Peak (fuel mixture setting)
- Least Objectionable Program (Paul Klein, NBC)
- Left Occipito Posterior (fetal position)
- Legal Orientation Program
- Length of Pull (shooting)
- Let Out Property (real estate designation)
- Letter of Permission
- Letter Of Procurement
- Letter Of Promulgation
- Letter Of Proposal
- Letter of Protest
- Levels of Processing (human memory theory)
- Library of Parliament (Information and Documentation Branch; Ottawa, Canada)
- Life of Project
- Lift-Off Point (offshore pipelines)
- Liga Ochrony Przyrody (Polish: Nature Protection League, Warsaw, Poland)
- Light Off Panel
- Likely Operational
- Limit of Protection
- Line Of Position
Samples in periodicals archive:
When he submitted his letter of protection it was taken from him and he was told it had been revoked in May of 1941, and that he was now 'a Jew like any other'.
During the course of that representation, a nonlawyer employee under his supervision issued a letter of protection ensuring a medical provider that his bill would be paid out of the settlement.
That would include such things as a letter of protection signed by the lawyer with the client's approval and statutory liens.
On the client property issues, PAO 02-4 the draft notes most cases arise from personal injury settlements where the client has signed a letter of protection or otherwise promised to pay for medical care, although other types of disputes also arise.
The opinion said lawyers could honor an assignment by the client to repay an advance funding company, but should not issue a letter of protection to the company.
The matter began with a requested advisory opinion from the Professional Ethics Committee, which said lawyers could tell clients about advance funding but not issue a letter of protection to the advance funding company.
It also says lawyers may tell clients the names of specific companies, but may not issue a letter of protection to the advance funding company, although they can honor such a letter executed by the client.