the quality of being prudent and sensible
a state or condition free from damage or decay
the muscle tone of healthy tissue
- Methodological soundness
- Soundness of the approach (20 %),
- soundness of the approach (20 %),
- the soundness and technical adequacy of the approach;
- The annual report shall contain an assessment of the soundness of financial management.
- The auditors shall also comment on the soundness of the Centre's financial management.
- liability and viability, including financial soundness, fulfilment of fiscal and social obligations.
- the soundness of the financial package for the full investment phase of the project.
- the soundness of the financial package for the full investment phase of the project;
- the soundness of the financial package for the full investment phase of the action.
- Methodological soundness refers to compliance with internationally accepted standards, guidelines and good practices.
- The Ombudsman may not intervene in cases before courts or question the soundness of a court's ruling.
- The failure of the privatisation process raised in particular doubts about the soundness of the remaining real estate financing business.
- In order to decide whether substitution checks or specific substitution checks are required the customs office of exit should actively check the presence and soundness of seals.
- The financial soundness of the guarantor is assessed on the basis of ECAI credit assessments meeting the Eurosystem’s credit quality threshold. The guarantee must meet the following requirements: