To accept the person

(Eccl.) to show favoritism.
- Gal. ii. 6.

See also: Accept

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Even after meeting all these conditions and arranging the documents, some landlords still want to interview the tenant to decide whether to accept the person's application or not.
If the CSB advises the magistrate that the originally-designated facility has entered into an agreement with a back-up facility to accept the person if the original facility does not have adequate space to accommodate the person, or is unable to meet the person's security, medical or behavioral heath care needs, that facility may also be indicated on the order without the need for further amendment.