These examples are automatically selected from different online message sources to reflect the current use of the word „Stalemate.” The opinions expressed in the examples do not reflect the views of Merriam-Webster or its publishers. Send us comments. In the processing of all health claims, which are submitted or concluded on the basis of contracts or agreements submitted pursuant to Articles thirty-two, forty-two and forty-four of this chapter and article forty-fourth of the Public Health Act, and all health care bills issued by health care providers under these contracts or agreements , any insurer or entity licensed or certified in public health in accordance with article forty-fourth of this chapter or article, the following standards: After the selection of „Recall from Stale”, the agreement is reduced to its status before being made stal, with an entry in the protocol „Contracting” indicating the amendment. An automatic process is run every week night in Docs to identify and update non-executed agreements with a modified date of 45 days or more from the current date. These agreements are called „Stale” by the system and their contractual status is updated. As a result of this action, an email notification will be sent to all parties to the agreement and the amended date of the agreement will be updated to ensure that the update is taken into account via the API. Once an agreement has been updated on Stale, a notification is displayed at the top of the contract page, indicating the date the agreement switched to Stale and the automatic deletion date. In this status, users can select „Stale recall” to restore an agreement to their previous state, or „delete the agreement” in order to permanently remove it from the system. Average English, sedentary, clear (ale), not fresh, Anglo-French estale, probably the old (beer) middle Dutch Appendix arbitration sometimes deals with legal issues that are particularly well entrenched in national laws, while their application at the international level is less obvious. One of these themes concerns the concept of temporal limitation. Indeed, host states could base their defence on the basis of this concept and argue that investors` claims are obsolete, i.e. they are prescribed, since a considerable period of time has elapsed between the date of the opening of the dispute and the date of the opening of arbitration proceedings. Are the requirements of the N.Y.
Ins. Is Act 3224-a (McKinney 2000) applicable if a claim is rejected because it is filed for a period of time after the date of service or notification („stale claim”)? My question is this: If our contract has evolved over the years and customers who have been with us for a long time do not have an update contract, what protection do we have with these customers? Here too, the most important elements of the agreement are intact, rather a change of language with regard to the means of communication (there are now concerns of VoIP and our new treaty responds to them).