Definitions for "Authorisation"
The means by which NNRP approval of the safety of site-based NNPP operations is confirmed; an entirely different process to the granting of RSA93 authorisations
Every shop has a different limit for the amount of money you can spend on a card in the shop without it being checked first with the issuer. When you buy things which are more than this limit, the sale has to be authorised by the card issuer. This can either be done by telephone or electronically when the card is swiped through the till by the shop assistant. In this way, stolen cards are caught and cardholders are stopped from going over their credit limit. Sometimes to authorise the transaction, the issuer needs to check the cardholder's identity. Some cards, for example Electron (Visa) and Solo (Switch), always require authorisation whatever the amount. Back to the Top
The process of granting permission for some action to be taken. The most common usage is relative to the authorisation of financial transactions. An authorisation service provider determines if a requested transaction may be completed. The process of granting access (read, write, update) to a file on a card as a result of correctly presenting the Secret Code(s).
Keywords:  hsnet, iamsect, accc, webiso, didn
The state of being granted privilege to access an object. See Subjects and Objects, Privilege and Authorisation .
The process of granting or denying access to a network resource. It allows the user access to various online services based on the user's identity.
A process to grant rights to a person for accessing data or using specific information resources.
Keywords:  imro, fsma, advise, conduct, watchdog
Required by the Financial Services Act 1986 for any firm that wants to conduct investment business in the UK. Authorisation is achieved by obtaining admission to one of the front line regulators, i.e. PIA, IMRO or SFA. SIB (the chief watchdog) maintains a Central Register which provides information on all authorised firms and registered representatives and is where you can check if your firm or adviser is authorised and for what type of business.
The status given by the Financial Services Authority, or one of the Self-Regulating Organisations under its supervision to a person or firm applying for authorisation to conduct any type of investment activity in the UK
Any company wishing to conduct investment business in the UK requires to be authorised under the provisions of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. This authorisation is granted by the Financial Services Authority, the regulatory body for the financial services industry.
the power or right to give orders or make decisions; "he has the authority to issue warrants"; "deputies are given authorization to make arrests"
the act of conferring legality or sanction or formal warrant
To convey official sanction, access, or legal power to an entity.
Keywords:  pursue, wish, entitles, claimant, court
a legal document issued to the Claimant which entitles them to pursue their action through the court system, if they so wish
a legal document issued to you which entitles you to pursue your action through the court system, if you so wish
Authorisation is the process of determining the right that an individual has to perform certain actions. Certificate Authority A CA is responsible for ensuring that each certificate it issues complies with the appropriate standards (such as X.509) and contains the requisite information about the entity (server or individual) to which it refers. This information will often be supplied and verified by a separate Registration Authority or RA, although a CA may in some cases carry out its own RA function. Widely used CAs include: Globalsign. Verisign. Thawte.
a procedure for upgrading JUMP from the demo version to the full version
the decision that triggers the allocation of funding needed to carry on the project
a document giving an official instruction or command