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    Context examples for the meanings & translations of "presumptively" in English - English

    This eligibility threshold was presumptively met in the case of a corresponding approved claim for serious personal injury in category “B”.

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    This eligibility threshold was presumptively met in the case of a corresponding approved claim for serious personal injury in category “B”.

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    Further, if the individual is presumptively determined to be eligible for less than the most generous assistance generally available under the Charity Care Policy, Hospital shall

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    This eligibility threshold was presumptively met in the case of a corresponding approved claim for serious personal injury in category “B”.

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    The Panel determined that, when an account was designated as a “transfer” account, the designation presumptively indicated the claimant’s underlying expectation that funds would be remitted through that account to his or her home country.

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    Hospital may make inquiries to and obtain reports from third parties such as credit agencies, on certain patients to determine whether they may be presumptively eligible (presumptive eligibility) for Charity Care under the following limited conditions

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    As with C2-MPA, this threshold was presumptively met in the case of a corresponding approved claim for death in category “B”. The Panel determined further, that claims for C3-MPA alone, without an approved claim for death, were not compensable.

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    Compensable costs consist of transportation costs from Iraq and “temporary and extraordinary expenses” related to the repatriation, including items such as lodging and food while in transit.First “C” Report, p. 78 (“[e]xpenditures incurred in connection with the claimant’s departure during the jurisdictional period, are presumptively related to Iraq’s invasion and occupation of Kuwait.

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    The Panel determined that, when an account was designated as a “transfer” account, the designation presumptively indicated the claimant’s underlying expectation that funds would be remitted through that account to his or her home country.

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    Compensable costs consist of transportation costs from Iraq and “temporary and extraordinary expenses” related to the repatriation, including items such as lodging and food while in transit.First “C” Report, p. 78 (“[e]xpenditures incurred in connection with the claimant’s departure during the jurisdictional period, are presumptively related to Iraq’s invasion and occupation of Kuwait.

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    As with C2-MPA, this threshold was presumptively met in the case of a corresponding approved claim for death in category “B”. The Panel determined further, that claims for C3-MPA alone, without an approved claim for death, were not compensable.

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    Compensable costs consist of transportation costs from Iraq and “temporary and extraordinary expenses” related to the repatriation, including items such as lodging and food while in transit.First “C” Report, p. 78 (“[e]xpenditures incurred in connection with the claimant’s departure during the jurisdictional period, are presumptively related to Iraq’s invasion and occupation of Kuwait.

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    As with C2-MPA, this threshold was presumptively met in the case of a corresponding approved claim for death in category “B”. The Panel determined further, that claims for C3-MPA alone, without an approved claim for death, were not compensable.

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    The Panel determined that, when an account was designated as a “transfer” account, the designation presumptively indicated the claimant’s underlying expectation that funds would be remitted through that account to his or her home country.

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    Conversely, the Panel determined that an account that was designated as a “deposit” account presumptively indicated a claimant’s intention to use the funds for living or business expenses while in Iraq.

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    Hospital, Agency, or Outside Counsel may determine an individual’s eligibility presumptively based on third-party information or prior Charity Care eligibility determination

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    Conversely, the Panel determined that an account that was designated as a “deposit” account presumptively indicated a claimant’s intention to use the funds for living or business expenses while in Iraq.

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    The Panel determined that, when an account was designated as a “transfer” account, the designation presumptively indicated the claimant’s underlying expectation that funds would be remitted through that account to his or her home country.

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    As with C2-MPA, this threshold was presumptively met in the case of a corresponding approved claim for death in category “B”. The Panel determined further, that claims for C3-MPA alone, without an approved claim for death, were not compensable.

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    Conversely, the Panel determined that an account that was designated as a “deposit” account presumptively indicated a claimant’s intention to use the funds for living or business expenses while in Iraq.

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