equalisation equalisation


  • (n) the act of making equal or uniform



  1. Eagle stated: "In the meantime, it is the Government's opinion that to ensure full compliance with European law, trustees:should act as if existing domestic legislation requires equalisation in respect of differences resulting from GMPs, whether or...
    on Mar 11, 2010 By: Angela Eagle Source: Linex Legal (registration)

  2. "It's a delicate balance between having competitive equalisation but not allowing that to come back to the lowest common denominator," Gallop said. "Clubs with more cash can better service their sponsors, provide better injury prevention...
    on Jun 21, 2008 By: David Gallop Source: Melbourne Herald Sun

  3. "The government has already moved to get the rules relaxed for the IRD Adverse Events Equalisation Income Scheme. Drought-affected farmers will now have greater flexibility in their decision making and will not be discouraged from taking decisions...
    on Jun 6, 2007 By: Jim Anderton Source: FarmNews.co.nz

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