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Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped: The Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped is the legal name of a social welfare program and service offered only in Alberta, Canada, to nearly 46,000 Albertans.The AISH Act legislation, proclaimed on May 1, 2007, and updated as of November 1, 2010, defines a "severe handicap" as "adult Albertans with a permanent disability that severely impairs their ability to earn a living." The legal definition in the legislation defines "severe handicap" as an impairment of mental or physical functioning or both that, in the AISH director's findings, causes substantial limitation in the person's ability to earn a livelihood. Also, he/she is likely to continue to be affected permanently because no remedial therapy is available that would materially improve the person's ability to earn a regular livelihood.
Assured shorthold tenancy: The assured shorthold tenancy is the default legal category of residential tenancy in England and Wales. It is a form of assured tenancy with limited security of tenure, which was introduced by the Housing Act 1988 and saw an important default provision and a widening of its definition made by the Housing Act 1996.
Assured tenancy: An assured tenancy is a legal category of residential tenancy to an individual in English land law. Statute affords a tenant under an assured tenancy a degree of security of tenure.
Assured Food Standards: Assured Food Standards is an organisation that promotes and regulates food quality in England, Northern Ireland and Wales. It licenses the Red Tractor quality mark, a product certification programme that comprises a number of farm assurance schemes for food products, animal feed and fertilizer.