Current as of: 2009
In this chapter:
I. "Disqualified person'' means a natural person, corporation, partnership, fiduciary, trust, association, government agency, or other entity which for any reason is or becomes ineligible under this chapter to be a member of a professional limited liability company.
II. "Domestic professional limited liability company'' means a professional limited liability company as defined in RSA 304-D:1, V.
III. "Foreign limited liability company'' means a limited liability company for profit organized for the purpose of rendering professional services under a law other than the laws of this state.
IV. "Licensing authority'' means the officer, board, agency, court or other authority in this state which has the power to license, register, certificate, or otherwise grant legal authorization to render a professional service.
V. "Professional limited liability company'' means a limited liability company for profit organized under this chapter.
VI. "Professional service'' means any service which may lawfully be rendered only by certified public accountants, public accountants, architects, attorneys, podiatrists, chiropractors, dentists, pharmacists, professional engineers, land surveyors, registered professional nurses, optometrists, physicians and surgeons, psychologists, veterinarians, and all other professionals licensed, registered, certified, or otherwise authorized and permitted to practice independently under the provisions of RSA 309-A, 310-A, 311, 315, 316-A, 317-A, 318, 326-B, 327, 329, 330-A, or 332-B.
VII. "Qualified person'' means a natural person, general partnership, professional corporation or professional limited liability company which is eligible under this chapter to be a member of a professional limited liability company.
New Hampshire Laws: Limited Liability Companies
Tennessee Code > Title 65 > Chapter 1 > Part 1 > § 65-1-106. Travel reimbursement subject to comprehensive travel regulations
Current as of: 2010
All employees of the Tennessee regulatory authority shall be reimbursed for travel expenses in accordance with the provisions of the comprehensive travel regulations as promulgated by the department of finance and administration and approved by the attorney general and reporter.
[Acts 1995, ch. 305, § 5; T.C.A. § 65-1-206.]
U.S. Code Provisions: Utilities
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