The act of notifying, or giving notice; the act of making known; especially, the act of giving official notice or information to the public or to individuals, corporations, companies, or societies, by words, by writing, or by other means.
Notice given in words or writing, or by signs.
The act of formally making known or giving notices.
A CodeManager facility that mails notice of events, such as changes to files or directories, to users.
An alert that tells you that an AR System event has occurred. The alert may be a system beep, flash, the display of a notice window, or the opening of the Notification Tool.
a written notice of intent to renovate or demolish
The publishing of a notice in major newspapers by the state or territory government stating that it intends to do certain future acts, such as granting a mining lease, in an area. This is called a 'section 29 notice', because section 29 of the Native Title Act sets out how notice must be given.
All policies have conditions on notification of claims to insurers. Some say notice should be given 'soon as possible' or 'forthwith' while others specify a period within which the incident must be reported. There is obviously no point in delaying. Even if you do not have full particulars of the claim, report the matter and ask advice from your insurers' claims department as to the next step to take.
In the global data synchronization process, the data source, through the source data pool, sends an electronic notice to a subscriber when a valid event occurs. This is based on the subscription profile. Events that can trigger notifications are: publication of new data, change of publication (visibility granted, deleted), change of published item, party, partner profile, change of owner, rights, subscription, authorization, non-authorization rejection and request for notification.