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On occasions, due to exceptional circumstances, a limited supply (max.1 month) of a regular prescription can be issued, at the discretion of the prescribing regular doctor, at a fee from $10 (patient pick-up) or $25 (if faxed to the requested pharmacy).
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The date of an agreement is an important part of most business transactions and M & A is no exception.
Many acquisition agreements begin with an “Agreement between” the parties “effective as of” a given date.
The answer should be ‘no’ – as long as the effective date reflects the economic understanding of the parties and not just an attempt to gain an unpermitted benefit under law, such as, a tax benefit.
For example, a purchase agreement might be dated “effective as of’ March 31, 2012” even though the parties executed it on April 4, in order to reflect a cut off of an accounting period on March 31, after which Buyer gets the benefit and risk of changes in the Company’s financial position.In 2017, Super Lawyers magazine again named Josh a “Rising Star” in Georgia for business litigation and white collar criminal defense, an honor limited to 2.5% of all lawyers in Georgia.This is the fifth year Josh has been selected for that honor.Dr Mc Alister is experienced in all areas of general practice, and has acquired special skills in birth control procedures like insertion of coils and hormone implants, and has particular interest in family planning, Dr Amelia Stephens graduated from University of Queensland and is currently completing her Fellowship for RACGP.She will be working part-time at Clayfield Medical Centre in 2015 as well as another part-time position at the University of QLD as Associate Lecturer/Academic Registrar furthering her interests in medical education and research.The patient must be seen at the time of the illness for a medical certificate to be issued.