recordation


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recordation

(ˌrɛkɔːˈdeɪʃən)
n
1. (Law) formal the act or process of recording something in the official records
2. archaic the ability or power to remember, or the process of remembering
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Automatic Recordation and Targeting for IPR Protection (ARTS), for effective administration of the legal measures.
The bill raised the city's transfer tax .6 percent and recordation tax .15 percent on property sales of more than $1 million.
Twenty-two years ago, when he was chief economist at the Mortgage Bankers Association, Doug Duncan was tapped to lead the effort to create a truly electronic mortgage, one that would start online at the application stage and end at recordation in the local courthouse without ever being touched by human hands.
The county gains additional flexibility from the ability to increase fines, and fees and the recordation tax rate and to impose a transfer tax, none of which are subject to a cap.
For instance, Santomas offers, if a patient is taking his or her blood pressure at home, and then that recordation is sent to the EHR, some providers might see that number as invalid.
At the the Dubai Customs IP celebrations on the occasion of World IP day, AGIP won the award for the highest number of trademark recordation with Dubai Customs for the year 2017.
The recordation of the mortgagee's interest on the certificate of registration of the aircraft to be issued by the GCAA; and
Part I of this article discusses the recordation, baseline
Regulators have intended to clarify issues with the Administrative Measures on the Registration and Recordation of Functional Foods, which came into force July 2016, the Functional Food Raw Material Directory (Part I) and the Functional Food Health Claims Directory (Part I) issued in January 2017, and the Proposal for Reinforcing Supervision of Functional Foods (Draft for Public Comment) posted in April by CFDA (China State Food and Drug Administration).
A work can be classified as an orphan work only after a potential user fulfils the criteria of diligent search and recordation. (5) Any uncertainty regarding the identity of a copyright author or his whereabouts has a tremendous effect on the copyright status of the work since the international norm is that the term of protection of a work is not fixed with reference to the date of creation, publication or registration, but is instead based on the fluid formula of XX years post mortem auctoris.
The boundaries of a know-how licensing are also a matter of usual discussion due to the restrictive attitude of the BPTO that does accept recordation of know-how licensing that hampers licensee from using the disposed know-how after termination of the agreement.
Although recordation is not required to make a valid transfer of a copyright in the United States, (55) recordation of the transfer document validates the transfer as against conflicting claims of third parties of whom the transferee has no notice at the date of the transfer and affords constructive notice of those facts stated in the recorded document under some circumstances.