Courtesy (from the word courteis, from the 12th century) is gentle politeness and courtly manners. In the Middle Ages in Europe, the behaviour expected of the nobility was compiled in courtesy books.
Code 22-5-110 requires that any misdemeanor charge sought by non-law enforcement personnel must be issued, upon a finding of probable cause, on a courtesy summons. Pursuant to Code 22-5-115, a courtesy summons is a criminal charging document to be used where a citizen, rather than a law enforcement officer, requests the arrest of a person for allegedly committing a summary court level offense. The statute does not allow for a custodial arrest when serving the courtesy summons. The individual must be given a court date by the law enforcement officer serving the document and allowed to proceed. This Office has developed the following procedure for you to follow when utilizing these documents. Please contact this Office should you have questions.
2.Only offenses within the jurisdiction of magistrate and municipal court (currently $500, 30 days, or both) may be written on a courtesy summons. General Sessions charges must be written on an arrest warrant.
8.Law enforcement serving courtesy summons should be given several courtesy summons trial dates in advance of service. Service officer must write date of trial on courtesy summons upon service, giving defendant at least 10 days notice prior to trial.
Unlike traditional lines of credit, non-contractual overdrafts do not require individual underwriting or written agreements. This service, which is often referred to as bounce protection or courtesy pay, charges members a per item fee for honoring drafts or other transactions that overdraw a share account.
In addition to complying with the guidance previously published in Letter to Credit Unions 05-CU-03, credit unions offering courtesy pay services must comply with regulatory requirements, including those established by Part 707, Truth in Savings Act. Effective July 1, 2006, Part 707 requires credit unions that promote courtesy pay services to provide additional disclosures on account statements.
Credit unions offering courtesy pay to members must provide clear and conspicuous disclosures about the cost of this service. In addition, to promote thrift and fiscal responsibility, credit unions should educate members about program details and less expensive options.
While credit unions must comply with the disclosure requirements of Regulation Z (Truth in Lending Act), courtesy pay services generally qualify for an exception to these requirements. Federal credit unions are subject to Section 701.21 of the NCUA Rules and Regulations, which requires overdrafts to be repaid in no more than 45 days. Should a credit union convert an overdraft to an underwritten loan to extend the repayment period, that loan must comply with the disclosure requirements of Regulation Z. State law may impose other requirements for prompt collection on federally insured state credit unions.
In coming months, NCUA examiners will look closely at courtesy pay programs. Enclosed, please find a copy of the AIRES questionnaire that will be used by NCUA examiners to evaluate non-contractual overdrafts. You may find the questionnaire helpful when evaluating your own courtesy pay or bounce protection program.
Please be aware that a courtesy appointment does not grant the incumbent the right to sit on graduate committees or PI status. These privileges have separate policies, processes and approvals. Please see the Graduate School website on graduate committee policies and VPRI website for PI status.
To request that a new courtesy appointment be offered, the department submits an Unpaid Appointment Form (UAF), indicating that a courtesy appointment is requested. Academic rank is required. The rank should be commensurate with the visitor's academic qualifications, present rank, and expected duties or activities. In the \"Remarks\" section, or by a separate memo, a statement should be provided outlining in detail the individual's proposed service to or connection with the department or division and university.
With the approval and signature of the department head or supervisor, and the dean or director, the UAF and attachment are routed electronically to Human Resources-Operations. If the request is approved, either the Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs or the Vice President for Research will email a letter to the visitor extending the courtesy appointment.
Each May, Human Resources will notify departments of the Renewal and Termination Process for Courtesy Appointments. Department HR Partners are required to log into Cognos and run the Courtesy & Campus Associate Appointment Report for their department. HR Partners will determine which courtesy appointments will be renewed, continued, or terminated for the next academic year and submit these designations to their Vice President, Vice Provost or Dean's Office for approval. Once these designations are approved, HR Partners use the Unpaid Appointment Form to renew (if there is an appointment end date on the report) or an Unpaid Appointment Termination Form to terminate an appointment (if there is no end date).
A courtesy appointment is a designation in the University's HR application system (OMNI) that does not include compensation or confer employee status on the appointee. The courtesy appointment permits the individual to receive access to University privileges, such as FSU email accounts, computer system access, or building access. Courtesy appointments can be used for faculty and non-faculty roles. There are many courtesy job codes available. FSU resources are determined by the specific courtesy job code utilized by the department for the appointment.
Courtesy appointments can also be used with current or former employees (faculty, staff, or OPS) in certain circumstances. For example, a faculty member in one department could be given a courtesy appointment to allow them to serve on a committee in another department and obtain access to departmentally secured SharePoint sites.
The Frequently Asked Questions document aims to answer the most asked questions regarding Courtesy Appointments, Temporary IDs, and Unpaid Visiting Scholars. Please review this document before submitting your courtesy appointment request. If you need additional information, please contact the EDM - Special Projects team. Courtesy FAQ
Courtesy job codes mirror a number of regular University job codes, but begin with \"Y\" or \"H\" (faculty) modifiers. The duties for courtesy job codes match those for the corresponding regular job code. The specific courtesy job code used for an appointment should be based on the role the appointee will be filling in your department. Refer to the \"description of duties\" associated with each courtesy job code to determine the proper job code assignment.
Faculty courtesy job codes reflecting rank, such as assistant professor, associate professor, professor, and eminent scholar, may only be given to appointees who hold that rank in an academic department (whether at FSU or another higher education institution.
In addition to courtesy job codes, a grouping by similar duties, Courtesy Appointments are further classified by their EMPL Class. Courtesy Appointment EMPL Classes will depend on their home department and responsibilities. Using the appropriate courtesy EMPL Class is essential, as it allows the University to track categories of visitors for reporting and appointment management purposes. Refer to the list below to determine which EMPL Classification is appropriate before submitting the courtesy offer.
Unpaid visiting scholars/researchers may not be invited to FSU for more than 14 consecutive days without a courtesy appointment. The FSU procedures and forms for inviting an unpaid visiting scholar/researcher are listed here.
Generally, courtesy appointments remain active until they are terminated by the department. Consequently, departments do not need to re-appoint courtesy appointments each year but will need to terminate the courtesy appointment when the services end.
However, if a department fails to confirm active courtesy appointments through the annual Courtesy Mass Appointment Verification Process, all courtesy appointments in the department will be automatically terminated.
Departments must confirm the validity of their active courtesy appointments through the annual Courtesy Mass Appointment Verification Process. During this process, all courtesy appointments in OMNI HR will automatically terminate, unless marked for retention by the Department Representative and Department Manager. If a department has active courtesy appointments, the Department Representative will receive an email from the Office of Human Resources with instructions on the Courtesy Mass Appointment Verification process and a deadline by which all departmental courtesy appointments must be reviewed.
The paper copy should be printed after the document is converted to PDF so the pagination matches the version filed electronically. A paper copy of the Notice of Electronic Filing (NEF) must be attached to the front of the courtesy copy sent to the Clerk's Office.
Importance: Courtesy authorship is defined as including an individual who has not met authorship criteria as an author. Although most journals follow strict authorship criteria, the current incidence of courtesy authorship is unknown.
Main outcomes and measures: The prevalence of courtesy authorship overall and among subgroups of authors in high impact factor journals and low impact factor journals and among first authors and senior authors, as well as author opinions regarding courtesy a