to take issue
- We'd better take up this issue immediately.
- While long-term credit banks are authorized by law to issue bonds to raise fund, they are not allowed to take deposits the way ordinary banks are.
- New licences and special fishing permits shall take effect from their date of issue.
- New fishing authorisations shall take effect from their date of issue.
- Such cancellations shall take effect on the day preceding the date of issue of the fishing authorisations by the Commission.
- It shall take effect on the day of issue of the notification by the President of the Office.
- However, he does take issue with CELF's diversification , which he says was financed by means of the disputed grants.
- However, in view of the conclusions reached below, it was not considered necessary to take a decision on this issue.
- This approach failed to take account of the particularities of the transaction at issue in these proceedings.
- The APEO certificate shall take effect on the tenth working day after the date of its issue.
- The AEO certificate shall take effect on the 10th working day after the date of its issue.
- The issue of allowances for the 2008-2012 period and each subsequent five-year period shall take place in accordance with the allowance issue (2008-2012 onwards) process set out in Annex IX.
- This shall take place through the issue and immediate surrender of one allowance by the Member State in exchange for one CER.
- In the case of an APEO certificate issued to an applicant established for less than three years, close monitoring shall take place during the first year after issue.
- issue of interpretations of internationally recognised quality management standards, in particular to take account of the specific features of the nature and obligations of recognised organisations; and