Security interest law changes provides collateral leverage
- NFPA 72-388: It May Affect Your Business. Colombo, Al // SDM: Security Distributing & Marketing;Jul99, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p130
Reports on the passage of an amendment 72-388 to National Fire Alarm Code which may affect the business of small security dealers. Requirements for companies to install commercial fire alarm systems; Opposition to the amendment; Importance of the amendment to the commercial fire detection industry.
- “ACCELERATION” UNDER THE SECURITIES ACT OF 1933–A POSTCRIPT. Mulford, John // Business Lawyer;Jul67, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p1087
Focuses on the amendment of the Section 8 of the Securities Act of 1933 by the American Bar Association. Acceleration of the effective date of registration statements on the filing of price amendments; Opposition of the Securities and Exchange Commission on the amendment; Refusal of the...
- New rules for secured transactions. Mouber, David // LP/Gas;Jan2003, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p10
Comments on the revisions to the uniform commercial code of secured transactions in the U.S. Consultation with lawyer prior to conducting a secured transaction; Scope of property and transactions; Provisions of the uniform act.
- Round Two Begins. Biederman, David // Traffic World;10/29/2001, Vol. 265 Issue 44, p12
Reports the debate on aviation security regarding federalized airport security in the United States. Comparison of US aviation security to European air security; Delay on airport security bill; Details on the services of airlines.
- H.R. 6675 AND THE RIBICOFF AMENDMENTS. E. E. G. // Child Welfare;Jul1965, Vol. 44 Issue 7, p364
The article shares the author's insights concerning the Senator Abraham Ribicoff amendments and House Rule (HR) 6675 in the U.S. At the National Conference on Day Care Services held in Washington on May 13-15, 1965, Ribicoff has presented to the Conference a package of amendments to HR 6675, the...
- Rule 144ï¿½A Summary Review After Two Years. Lipton, Martin; Fogelson, James H.; Warnken, Wayne L. // Business Lawyer;Jul74, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p1183
Focuses on the effects of the amended Securities Act of 1933 in the United States. Agreement in the success of administrative rule making; Availability of Rule 144; Importance of informing the public; Provisions for forfeiture of bargain-purchase stock by employees; Abandonment of fungibility...
- AFTER AMENDMENT BY FINANCE ACTS, NOW COMES AMENDMENT BY NOTIFICATIONS. Shafi, Perwez // Eastern Worker;Jan/Feb2013, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p3
The article criticizes the amendment by notification in Pakistan. It discusses the term minimum rates of wages and the concept of wages in Minimum Wages Ordinance, 1961. It is said to be advisable not to amend the social security law by notification which would create further legal confusion....
- Pension Fund Rules On Investments Eased. // National Mortgage News;11/27/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p32
Reports the amendment to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act to improve liquidity of securities in the United States.
- SIB rulebook. // Accountancy;Jun88, Vol. 101 Issue 1138, p50
The article looks at a series of amendments and additions issued by the Securities and Investments Board (SIB) to its rulebook on April 29, 1988. The amendments include confirmation of transitional provisions delaying full implementation of certain elements of the rulebook until July 1, 1988....