appointed person definition

appointed person means a person appointed by the Secretary of State to determine an appeal pursuant to paragraph 5(2)(c);
appointed person means the individual(s) designated by Principal to initiate funds transfer instructions to Custodian in accordance with Paragraph 15 of this Agreement.
appointed person means the person given the authority to assess, plan and organise the work; to select suitable or appropriate plant and equipment, to ensure statutory documentation is current and in order; to provide instruction and supervision for the work to be undertaken safely; and tostop the work whenever he considers danger is likely to arise if it were to be continued.

More Definitions of appointed person

appointed person means a person appointed by the Secretary of State under Schedule 6 to the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 to determine an appeal;
appointed person means a person as described in paragraph (3) who is appointed by an office-holder (other than the official receiver);
appointed person means a person appointed in accordance with paragraph 2; “hearing” means a hearing to which Part 2 of this Schedule applies; and
appointed person means a person appointed under this section to conduct an inquiry;
appointed person means a person who holds or does something for another person by acting for, and on behalf of the other person
appointed person means a person appointed by the undertaker who may only act as such when wearing a uniform of a description approved by the undertaker;
appointed person means a person appointed by regulations under section 16;