a.1.Same as Visitatorial.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The labor inspectors are mandated to 'enforce labor laws and social legislation through the conduct of routine inspection, complaint inspection and occupational safety and health investigation' with an aim 'to further strengthen the implementation of the visitorial and enforcement powers under the Labor Code, as renumbered, towards securing a higher level of compliance with labor laws and standards, and ensuring continuity and sustainability of compliance at workplaces'.
The POC is an independent entity with NSAs where leadership is essential while the PSC has supervisory and visitorial powers as a government agency that provides funding for sports.
I worked hard during my term to change this "residency" practice into a "visitorial" audit.
Villanueva said the Bureau of Immigration (BI) and Department of Labor and Employment (Dole) should launch a crackdown and exercise their visitorial powers to make sure no foreigners can work in the country illegally.
In a statement issued earlier, the DOLE announced the revocation of its accords with Peza signed in March 2006 and June 2016 'ceding to the latter [Peza] the authority to inspect establishments in export zones.' 'We are mainly responsible to ensure the occupational safety and health standards in various establishments and companies through our visitorial and enforcement powers vested in us by the Labor Code.
519, 525 (2009) (applying the Chevron framework to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency's preemption of state visitorial powers in notice-and-comment regulation), with Wyeth v.
and bank chartering regulations and licencing policies." (125) Seventh, "a special purpose national bank also has the same status and attributes under federal law as a full service national bank;" notably this includes limits on state visitorial powers, "federal preemption (including the OCC preemption regulations) and federal judicial precedents to determine if or how a state law applies," (126) and all "hot button" issues addressed in the Dodd-Frank Act.
For an explanation of the broad visitorial powers of federal bank examiners, see infra note 34.
corporations had been subject to "visitorial power" and, in a
[section] 484 (2006) (exempting national banks from state visitorial powers); 12 U.S.C.
(90) There, the Court flirted with applying the Chevron framework to the OCC's interpretation of the term "visitorial powers" without fully committing to it, fully rejecting it, or explicitly engaging in a "Chevron Step Zero" analysis.