A judicial command, order, or precept, written or oral, from a court; a direction that a court has the authority to give and an individual is bound to obey. Chancellor Kent defines it to be when one undertakes, without recompense, to do some act for the other in respect to the thing bailed. A mandate might be issued upon the decision of an appeal, which directs that a particular action be taken, or upon a disposition made of a case by an inferior tribunal. That helps keep premiums to around 0 a month for the average Japanese family." Voluntary private insurance is available through several sources including employers and unions to cover expenditures not covered by statutory insurance, but this accounts for only about 2% of health care spending.In practice, doctors will not deny care to patients in the low-priced universal system because they make up the great majority of patients nationwide, and doctors would not be able to earn enough by serving only the small number of patients with private insurance.IIHS estimates that in about half of all fatal crashes involving tractor-trailers and passenger cars, the passenger car traveled underneath the trailer either from the rear or from the side."In 2015, 301 of the 1,542 passenger vehicle occupants killed in two-vehicle crashes with a tractor-trailer died when their vehicles struck the side of a tractor-trailer," the IIHS said."This compares with the 292 people who died when their passenger vehicles struck the rear of a tractor-trailer.Because of gaps in federal crash data, IIHS researchers can't determine exactly how many of these crashes involve underride, but they estimate that underride occurs in about half of fatal crashes between large trucks and passenger vehicles." With no such device, only 28 percent of the trailer itself is protected from a car traveling underneath it in a collision, just owing to the rear wheels of the trailer.
2) order of an appeals court to a lower court (usually the original trial court in the case) to comply with an appeals court's ruling, such as holding a new trial, dismissing the case, or releasing a prisoner whose conviction has been over-turned. The term mandate is also used in reference to an act by which one individual empowers another individual to conduct transactions for an individual in that person's name. In this sense, it is used synonymously with Power of Attorney.n. This seems more properly an enumeration of the various sorts of mandates than a definition of the contract. Justice Story, it is a bailment of personal property, in regard to which the bailee engages to do some act without reward. Current figures are available from the Governors Highway Safety Administration . Proceedings from a Symposium on High Visibility Enforcement - Building Sustained Safety Belt Use. Each Community Preventive Services Task Force (Task Force) review identifies critical evidence gaps—areas where information is lacking. As of February 2015, there are seat belt laws in 49 states, the District of Columbia, American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. In: Australian Third National Conference on Injury Prevention and Control. The team searched six computerized databases (MEDLINE, Embase, Psychlit, Sociological Abstracts, EI Compendex, and Transportation Research Information Services [TRIS]), which yielded 10,958 titles and abstracts for articles, book chapters, reports, and published papers from the Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine proceedings about safety belts, alcohol-impaired driving or child passenger safety.