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Regulations - Section 7

SECTION 7: DEFINITIONS

Definitions

Board: Board of Regents

Campus: For the purpose of these regulations,campus includes all properties owned, rented or operated by Memorial University of Newfoundland including the Health Sciences Centre and the Marine Institute.

Campus Enforcement & Patrol (CEP):The security force of Memorial University of Newfoundland

Car Pool: Two or more persons may register separate vehicles to comprise a car pool. Only one permit will be issued to members of a car pool.

Complaint: A summons to the registered owner of a vehicle for alleged violation of traffic and/or parking regulations.

Date of Violation:The date the alleged violation occured as shown on the complaint.

Drop-Off Points: Areas on campus designated for the drop off and pick up of passengers.

Employee: For the purpose of these regulations, any person on the payroll of the university and any person employed by the General Hospital Corporation working at the Health Sciences Centre.

Hospital: The General Hospital Corporation

Park (Parking): The halting of a vehicle (whether or not occupied) except when halting temporarily for the purpose of, and while actually engaged in, the loading and unloading of goods and/or passengers.

Parking Area: That portion of campus, including the Health Sciences Centre, the Marine Institute, designated for the use of motorized vehicles. (Special parking areas may be designated for motorcycles.)

Permit: A decal or card issued by the university, in accordance with these regulations, to allow parking in designated areas on campus. (For placement of permit see Section 2.3.)

President:  President of Memorial University of Newfoundland

Regulations: The regulations for the control of traffic and parking on campus.

Roadway: That portion of campus, including the Health Sciences Centre, and the Marine Institute, designated for the use of motorized vehicles, excluding parking areas.

Marine Institute: Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundand

Service Personnel

Full-Time: Persons employed by firms, government departments, individuals or agencies providing services full-time on campus.

Part-Time: Persons employed by firms, gov

Signs: For the purpose of these regulations, signs shall include any marking or device displayed or erected by the university to regulate the movement of pedestrian and vehicular traffic and the parking of vehicles on campus.

ernment departments, individuals or agencies providing services part-time on campus.

Students

Full-Time: Students registered full-time in graduate or undergraduate programs, diploma of technology, certificate, vocational and upgrading programs.

Part-Time

Day: Part-time students registered in day courses for credit or non-credit.Evening: Part-time students registered in evening courses for credit or non-credit.

 

Employee:  For the purpose of these regulations, any person on the payroll of the university, or the Marine Institute and any person employed by the General Hospital corporation working at the Health Sciences Centre. Place, St. John’s, or Sir Richard Squires Building, Corner Brook.

Summons(Ticket): An issued summons which  relates to an alleged traffic and/or parking offence.

Traffic Control Device: A parking meter, mechanical gate or other device used for the control of traffic or parking.

Traffic Court: Provincial Traffic Court, Atlantic

University: Memorial University of Newfoundland

Vehicle: Any car, truck, motorcycle, motorized scooter, or other motor-powered vehicle. Bicycles and tricycles are considered vehicles under these regulations as relating to Section 6: Violations and Penalties.

Visitors: Persons not defined as students, employees or service personnel.

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