appropriate person definition

appropriate person means the person required to make the material open to public inspection or, as the case may be, the person maintaining the register;
appropriate person has the meaning assigned in the Securities Transfer Act;
appropriate person means a member of the NHS Board, but does not include any person who is both a member of the NHS Board and a councillor; “Chairperson” means the Chairperson of the Integration Joint Board; “The Chief Officer” means the Chief Officer of the Integration Joint Board and is defined in Part 7 “Chief Officer”; “The Chief Finance Officer” means the Accountable Officer for financial management, governance and administration of the Integration Joint Board. This includes accountability to the Integration Joint Board for the planning, development and delivery of the Integration Joint Board’s financial strategy and responsibility for the provision of strategic and operational financial advice and support to the Integration Joint Board and Chief Officer;

More Definitions of appropriate person

appropriate person means a member of the Board, but does not include any person who is both a member of the Health Board and a councillor.
appropriate person means the Minister responsible for the court concerned, or a person or government department nominated by him;
appropriate person means a person of good character who is fit to carry out a role under this Scheme;
appropriate person means any adult member of a child's family, or a care-giver of the child, which includes any person other than a parent or guardian who factually cares for a child, including-
appropriate person. , of a court, means—
appropriate person means the person from whom the relevant physical data was taken or by whom it was provided or from whom the sample was taken,
appropriate person means the person required to make the material open to public inspection or, as the case may be, the person maintaining the register; “statutory register” means a register maintained in pursuance of a statutory