In insurance, a statement made by the applicant at the time of policy application, usually relative to underwriting information that the insurer deems vital, and to which the applicant is probably the one best able to supply accurate information. In life and health insurance policies, the declaration is copied into the policy. Also, that part of an insurance policy that contains information regarding the insurance risk, on the basis of which the policy is issued.
A formal announcement by pre-authorized personnel that a disaster or severe outage is predicted or has occurred and that triggers pre-arranged mitigating actions (e.g. a move to an alternate site.)
A statement that binds an identifier to the information that relates to it. For example, to declare a constant means to bind the name of the constant with its value. To declare a variable means to bind the variable's name with a location in memory and with the information about the variable's data type. Declaration usually occurs within the source code of a program; the actual binding can take place at compile time or run time. Declaration can be performed explicitly (by specifying the identifier and relevant information in a declare statement) or implicitly (by using the undeclared identifier in a statement), depending on the language being used.
As used in many programming languages, a statement that is not to be executed, but usually is used for descriptivepurposes.
A statement that supplies information about a Lisp program to the Lisp environment. Declarations are often used by the Compiler.
is a formal statement made by the International Labour Conference or the Governing Body, or by an ILO member State when it ratifies an ILO Convention. Declarations of the ILC or GB Declarations made with ratifications
In CSS, a declaration is part of a statement or rule. It is the portion of the statement which suggests to a browser how selected elements should be rendered. A declaration contains one or more properties the individual pieces of style to be applied to the selected element. It consists of pair of property and value parameters.
a statement that is emphatic and explicit (spoken or written)
(law) unsworn statement that can be admitted in evidence in a legal transaction; "his declaration of innocence"
a statement of taxable goods or of dutiable properties
a formal public statement; "the government made an announcement about changes in the drug war"; "a declaration of independence"
a formal expression by a meeting; agreed to by a vote
an explicit, formal announcement
an unconditional statement
a single statement that describes a method's name and parameters, if any
a statement by a court that some particular interpretation of an existing law is the correct one, and is rarely given without a present case, and requires that all procedures be followed
a statement of principle or a common standard of achievement
a statement or observation
a statement that stands on its own
a statement you make that promises you will use a certain variable or function in a restricted way
a written statement of facts, and in this case is made under penalty of perjury
a written statement submitted to a court in which the writer swears "under penalty of perjury" that the contents are true
A non-binding political statement made by ministers attending a major meeting (e.g. the Geneva Ministerial Declaration from COP-2).
A statement of some idea or argument.
This is the statement or section of the form where the person is required to declare that the statements or answers are given fully and truthfully and that if it were not so, there would be legal consequences.
A statement made, not under oath, being offered as evidence.
A formal statement intended to assert create preserve or testify to a right. The decision of a court on a question of law or rights.
A program statement that introduces a name into a region of program called a scope.
A non-binding political statement made by ministers attending a major meeting (e.g. the Jakarta Ministerial Statement at COP-2).
A statement or series of statements which specify attributes and properties of named entities, such as specifying the data type of named data objects. Declaration is a synonym for specification.
Formal statement that you are the proprietor of the design and that, to your knowledge, no one else was using the design when you created it. Copyright: Formal statement that the applicant is the author, the owner of the work, an assignee or a person to whom an interest in the copyright has been granted by licence.
A statement of intention by Member States contained within an EC treaty. Of lesser status than a protocol, it has limited judicial force.
A statement that presents facts. An affidavit is given under oath while a declaration is not.
1 a statement asserting facts, as in declarations of deceased persons; 2 a declaratory judgment
A statement that establishes an identifier and associates attributes with it, without necessarily reserving its storage (for data) or providing the implementation (for methods). See also definition.
A statement of principals codifying an international standard for a specific issue. For example, "The Universal Declaration of Human Rights" (1948) and the "Deceleration on the Elimination of all Forms of Religious Intolerance and Discrimination based on Religion or Belief" (1981). Many evolve into conventions.
A Declaration is a unilateral formal or public statement or document stating agreed upon standards but which is not legally binding. The United Nations General Assembly often issues Declarations which are influential but legally nonbinding.
1) With respect to property and liability insurance, the portion of the insurance policy itself, used to detail the name and address of the insured, the locations covered, the policy period, limits of insurance, endorsements attached and premiums for coverage. Commercial policies also contain such items as the type of entity and type of operation of the insured. 2) A statement made to the company or to its agents by a policyholder, upon which the company may rely in undertaking the insurance.
Similar to a complaint today, it was the statement of the plaintiff's cause of action, filed with the court to begin a lawsuit.
(DCS) A written statement made to the court that the signer swears is true.
Statement, signed by you, that you have been honest on your proposal This is the basis of the agreement between the insurer and you
A statement signed by an insured, warranting that the information supplied is accurate.
A declaration tells Perl that you want to use a variable. Most languages require you to declare the variables that you intend to use. This enables the compiler to perform some optimizations and perhaps see if you use a variable incorrectly. Perl does not require and does not have any declaration statement-the closest thing is the my() function.
(1) An expression that introduces a name to a program and specifies how the name is to be interpreted. Synonymous with directive. (2) The mechanism for establishing a language object. (3) In the AIX operating system, a description that makes a defined object available to a function or a block. IBM. (4) In the C language, a description that makes an external object or function available to a function or a block statement. IBM.
A statement that a person writes and files with the court. It tells the judge why s/he should win the case. Sometimes, a person signs a declaration under penalty of perjury.
A statement by the applicant or the insured with regard to the circumstances of the risk.
A formal acknowledgment or statement by authorized personnel that a disaster exists within the organization.
In UN usage, a declaration is a statement recognizing a universally valid principle. Unlike a Convention, a Declaration is a statement of principle rather than an agreement by which countries bind themselves under international law. Declarations also differ from Conventions in that Declarations are not subject to ratification by countries, and do not require countries to submit reports on their compliance. Historically, declarations have often been adopted unanimously by the General Assembly (e.g. in the case of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 48 countries voted in favour, eight abstained, and none voted against). Though not legally binding, declarations - and in particular the Universal Declaration of Human Rights - are considered to have an authoritative moral force, and the Universal Declaration is considered to be the clearest and most forceful expression in the international arena of universally recognized human rights principles.
a signed statement by the insured, usually at the foot of a proposal or claim form, certifying that the information given is accurate.
A statement on a proposal form signed by a proposer affirming certain things, e.g., the truth of the proposer's answers / A periodical statement under a policy with an adjustable premium, giving details of items on which the premium depends, e.g., wages under an employers' liability policy or sendings under a cargo open policy.
A statement to fulfill a contract.
A statement made by an accused person at judicial examination before a sheriff .
A formal statement or announcement of intent.
A written statement made with the understanding that willfully providing false information is punishable by fines or imprisonment or both. Declarations may be used instead of an oath to verify that information being submitted to the USPTO is true.
Written statement submitted to a court where the writer swears "under penalty of perjury" that the contents are true. This means that the writer understands perjury charges might result if he or she is lying. Some states allow declarations in the place of affidavits. This means a notary is not needed.
the statement on a proposal form signed by the proposer certifying the truthfulness and accuracy of the information supplied.
A statement that declares a class, interface, method, package or variable in a source file. It can also explicitly initialize a variable by assigning a value to it.
a statement by the applicant for insurance usually relative to underwriting information.
Statement, signed by the insured, warranting that information given by him is true.