Investigative definition

Investigative means “seeking or serving to investigate.”
Investigative means the gathering of information about the proposed location of utilities, right-of-way, subsoil or subgrade conditions, etc., to assist in identifying ascertaining surface and subsurface conditions within a project area.
Investigative means enquiring into something with a view to expose or find something;

Examples of Investigative in a sentence

Investigative consumer reporting agencies complying with requests for certified mailings under this section shall not be liable for disclosures to third parties caused by mishandling of mail after such mailings leave the investigative consumer reporting agencies.

Services or supplies that are considered to be for Experimental Procedures or Investigative Procedures or Unproven Procedures.

Services or supplies that the Insurer considers to be Experimental or Investigative.

Any drug, device, medical service, treatment or procedure that is Experimental or Investigative.

Investigative materials, notes, correspondence, videos and reports.

Investigative or non-FDA approved drugs, except as required by law.

Investigative consumer reports are a special type of consumer report in which information about a consumer’s character, general reputation, personal characteristics, and mode of living is obtained through personal interviews by an entity or person that is a consumer reporting agency.

Charges for or related to care that is Investigative, except for certain routine care for approved clinical trials.

Services, chemotherapy, radiation therapy (or any therapy that results in marked or complete suppression of blood producing organs), supplies, drugs, and aftercare for or related to bone marrow and peripheral stem cell transplant procedures that are considered Investigative or not Medically Necessary and Appropriate.

Purchaser reserves the right to turn over suspected Counterfeit Goods to US Governmental authorities (Office of Inspector General, Defense Criminal Investigative Service, Federal Bureau of investigation, etc.) for investigation and reserves the right to withhold payment for the suspect items pending the results of the investigation.

More Definitions of Investigative

Investigative report published in the Houston Chronicle on November 29, 1998 a "toxic tort" lawsuit was filed against 40 chemical companies and trade association co-defendants in Common Pleas Court for Ashtabula County, Ohio, Case No. 98CV00797. The complaint was filed by the heirs of a former production employee at GenCorp's former polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin facility in Ashtabula, Ohio and GenCorp was served on December 21, 1998. GenCorp, as the former employer, is alleged to have intentionally exposed the decedent to vinyl chloride (VC), a building block compound for PVC that is listed as a carcinogen by certain government agencies. The alleged exposure is claimed to have resulted in fatal liver damage. Plaintiffs also allege that all of the co-defendants engaged in a conspiracy to suppress information regarding the carcinogenic risk of VC to industry workers, despite the fact that OSHA has strictly regulated workplace exposure to VC since 1974. This lawsuit is an outgrowth of three similar but unrelated "toxic tort" civil conspiracy cases brought in 14th Judicial District Court, Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana by the heirs of deceased former employees of two chemical plants in Lake Charles, Louisiana: (Ross, et ux. v. Conoco, Inc., et al. (Case No. 90-4837); Landon, et ux. v. Conoco, Inc., et al. (Case No. 97-7949); Tousaint, et ux. v. Insurance Co. of North America, et al. (Case No. 92-6172). GenCorp was named as a "conspiring" co-defendant in all three cases, along with most of the same co-defendants in the McKinley case. All cases pending in Louisiana have been settled on a basis favorable to the Company.
Investigative. Reports shall mean reports of any systematic inquiries or examination into criminal or suspected criminal acts that have been committed, are being committed or are about to be committed.
Investigative leave may be changed to “administrative” leave if the employee is found responsible for inappropriate actions. The Board agrees to follow a policy of progressive discipline which minimally includes a written warning, reprimand, suspension, with non-renewal or discharge as a final, last resort. Both parties agree that there are exceptional cases of gross misconduct where progressive discipline may not apply. Any disciplinary action taken against an employee shall be appropriate to the behavior which precipitates said action. A valid complaint made against an employee by any parent, student, or other person will be promptly called to the attention of the employee within twenty-four (24) hours of determining validity of the complaint, unless the complaint involves criminal misconduct and has been filed with legal authorities. In all valid cases of complaints, the District must provide a copy of the complaint to the employee prior to any District investigation unless the District is precluded from doing so by non-District legal authorities; and provide the employee the opportunity to meet and to address the findings of any complaint subsequent to said investigation, and, prior to the issuance of any action by the District. If, after investigating such allegation of misconduct by an employee, the District chooses not to reprimand, discipline, or take adverse action against the employee, the employee will receive written notice to such effect, but no record will appear in an employee’s personal file. All documents in the District’s possession regarding the allegation and proof of the investigation will be kept by the District in a confidential file separate from any employee personnel files, if the District chooses not to reprimand, discipline, or take adverse action.

Related to Investigative

Investigative information means information, records, and documents received or generated by a physical therapy licensing board pursuant to an investigation.
Experimental or Investigative means treatments, devices or prescription medications which are recommended by a Physician, but are not considered by the medical community as a whole to be safe and effective for the condition for which the treatments, devices or prescription medications are being used. This includes any treatments, procedures, facilities, equipment, drugs, drug usage, devices, or supplies not recognized as accepted medical practice, and any of those items requiring federal or other governmental agency approval not received at the time services are rendered.
Investigation means a process conducted for the purpose of accident and incident prevention which includes the gathering and analysis of information, the drawing of conclusions, including the determination of causes and, when appropriate, the making of safety recommendations;
Complaint Investigation means an investigation of any complaint that has been made to a proper authority that is not covered by an abuse investigation.
Deposition means the testimony of a person pursuant to subpoena or at the request of the state of Iowa taken in a setting other than a hearing.
Investigative consumer report means a consumer report or portion thereof in which information on a consumer’s character, general reputation, personal characteristics, or mode of living is obtained through personal interviews with neighbors, friends, or associates of the consumer reported on or with others with whom he is acquainted or who may have knowledge concerning any such items of information.
Hearing means an oral hearing and includes a hearing conducted in whole or in part by video link, telephone or other means of instantaneous two-way electronic communication;
Investigations The Steward, when requested by one or a number of employees whom he/she represents, may investigate the basis for any dispute arising under this Agreement and may, at any stage, assist the employee(s) in seeking resolution of such dispute through the grievance procedure provided herein. A staff representative of the Union may substitute in place of the Steward at the third step (Agency Head) or sooner if the agency is represented by other than the supervisor or intermediate supervisor. The Union may substitute a Union staff person in place of the Steward if the Steward is not available.
Background investigation means the investigation conducted by a licensee or applicant to support the determination of trustworthiness and reliability.
Inquiry and “Inquiries”: As each is defined in Section 4.07(a).
Experimental or Investigational means any medical service including procedures, medications, facilities, and devices that Molina Healthcare has determined have not been demonstrated as safe or effective compared with conventional medical services.
Investigating Officer means an individual, or his or her designee, appointed by the chief administrative officer of each institution, to conduct investigations of nonacademic misconduct under this chapter.
Lawsuit means any lawsuit, arbitration or other dispute resolution filed by either party herein pertaining to any of this Warrant, the Facility Agreement and the Registration Rights Agreement.
Complaint means any formal written complaint raised by a Contracting Body in relation to the performance of this Framework Agreement or any Call-Off Contract in accordance with Clause 44 (Complaints Handling and Resolution);
investigating authority means: (a) for Korea, the Korea Trade Commission, or its successor; and (b) for Peru, the Vice Ministry of Foreign Trade, or its successor; domestic industry means, with respect to an imported good, the producers as a whole of the like or directly competitive good operating within the territory of a Party or those producers whose collective production of the like or directly competitive good constitutes a major proportion of the total domestic production of such good; serious injury means a significant overall impairment in the position of a domestic industry; substantial cause means a cause which is important and not less than any other cause; threat of serious injury means serious injury that, on the basis of facts and not merely on allegation, conjecture, or remote possibility, is clearly imminent; and transition period means the 10-year period following the date of entry into force of this Agreement, except that for any good for which the Schedule set out in Annex 2B (Elimination of Customs Duties) of the Party applying the bilateral safeguard measure provides for the Party to eliminate its customs duties on the good over a period of 10 years or more, transition period means the customs duty elimination period for the good set out in that Schedule plus five years.
Subpoena means a document, however denominated, issued under authority of a court of record requiring a person to:
Proceeding means an action, claim, suit, investigation or proceeding (including, without limitation, an investigation or partial proceeding, such as a deposition), whether commenced or threatened.
Remedial investigation means a process to determine the nature and extent of a discharge of a contaminant at a site or a discharge of a contaminant that has migrated or is migrating from the site and the problems presented by a discharge, and may include data collected, site characterization, sampling, monitoring, and the gathering of any other sufficient and relevant information necessary to determine the necessity for remedial action and to support the evaluation of remedial actions if necessary;
Indictment means indictment for a criminal offense. An information or other filing by competent authority charging a criminal offense is given the same effect as an indictment.
Litigation has the meaning ascribed to it in Section 3.13.
Corporate Status describes the status of a person who is or was a director, officer, trustee, general partner, manager, managing member, fiduciary, employee or agent of the Company or of any other Enterprise (as defined below) which such person is or was serving at the request of the Company.
Initiated means start or ignite a fire or reignite or rekindle a fire.
Site investigation means the collection and evaluation of data adequate to determine whether or not discharged contaminants exist at a site or have migrated or are migrating from the site at levels in excess of the applicable remediation standards. A site investigation shall be developed based upon the information collected pursuant to the preliminary assessment;
Contractor Related Parties means any affliates of the Contractor and the Contractor's executive officers, Pennsylvania officers and directors, or owners of 5 percent or more interest in the Contractor.
Criminal proceeding means any hearing, argument or other matter that is scheduled by and held before a trial court but does not include any deposition, lineup, grand jury proceeding or other matter that is not held in the presence of the court.
Grievance means a complaint by an employee concerning the interpretation or application of the provisions of this Memorandum of Understanding or of rules and regulations governing personnel practices or working conditions, which complaint has not been resolved satisfactorily in an informal manner between an employee and his/her immediate supervisor.