Carta definition

Carta means the College and Association of Respiratory Therapists of Alberta.
Carta means Carta Solution Holdings Corporation.
Carta means the third-party software platform which may be used by the Company for the management of the Company’s cap table, valuations, investments, and equity plans (www.carta.com).

Examples of Carta in a sentence

  • It asserted among other things that “[n]o widow shall be compelled to marry”;16 “[a] freeman shall not be amerced for a slight offense, except in accordance with the degree of the offense”;17 and “[i]t shall be lawful in future for anyone […] to leave [the] kingdom and to return, safe and secure by land and water”.18 Freeman discusses the importance of the Magna Carta, stating that:The Magna Carta […] recognizes ‘subjective’ rights by such terms a ‘his rights’ […].

  • These instruments were significant, they affirmed rights and liberties included in the Magna Carta and also introduced a whole range of new rights, including the prohibition of cruel or inhuman treatment subsequently incorporated in many international treaties.

  • We have also granted to all freemen of our kingdom, for us and our heirs forever, all the underwritten liberties, to be had and held by them and their heirs, of us and our heirs forever.15 The Magna Carta provided for the protection of certain rights and guarantees, including due process and the right of habeas corpus.

  • It has been said that the Magna Carta prompted the inclusion of human rights in the Common Law of England and paved the way for the adoption of other instruments encompassing human rights in the 17th century.

  • It can refer to the social origins or to the ethical justification of human rights.”131.2. 17th - 18th Centuries: Codification of Rights in the Domestic ContextIt has been stated that the enactment of the Magna Carta by John, King of England, in 1215 represented one of the first key events leading to the codification and establishment of contemporary human rights law.

  • The Magna Carta was, furthermore, a text whose purpose was to provide remedies for specific grievances.

  • More recent writings by Halliday and Duker now conclude that habeas corpus did not, in fact, have its origins in the Magna Carta.46 The commonly understood connection between habeas corpus and the Magna Carta is rooted in the case made by Parliament as it sought to strengthen habeas corpus in 1628.

  • Despite the uncertainty surrounding the Petition’s legal force at its inception, Sharpe asserts that its validity was unquestioned a century later.42 By the mid-seventeenth century, it was understood that the Petition of Right prevented the executive from ordering imprisonment without cause unless authorized by Parliament.43 Perhaps the most lasting effect of the 1628 Resolution and the Petition of Right was the association it created between the writ of habeas corpus and the Magna Carta.

  • Article 39 of the Magna Carta is most often cited as being the source of habeas corpus.

  • El precio de Tomorrow Energy será el que se especifica en el Formulario de información de inscripción del cliente (o "Carta de xxxxxxxxxx") y el Resumen del contrato.


More Definitions of Carta

Carta means Carta Solutions Holding Corp., a corporation existing under the CBCA;
Carta means the Company’s capitalization management platform hosted by eShares, Inc. (d/b/a Carta).
Carta has the meaning set forth in Section 1.11(b).
Carta means Carta Worldwide S.A., a payments and technology company with its corporate head office in Switzerland.
Carta means eShares, Inc. d/b/a Carta, Inc., the Company’s transfer agent. “CARTA Letter” has the meaning set forth in Section 6.2(u).

Related to Carta

  • WADA means the World Anti-Doping Agency.

  • POPIA means the Protection of Personal Information Act 4 of 2013;

  • Panchayat means an institution (by whatever name called) of self-government constituted under article 243B, for the rural areas;

  • LEA means a local education agency, including local school boards/public school districts, charter schools, and, for purposes of this rule, the Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind.

  • Lacquer means a clear or opaque wood coating, including clear lacquer sanding sealers, formulated with cellulosic or synthetic resins to dry by evaporation without chemical reaction and to provide a solid, protective film.

  • Primer means a coating labeled and formulated for application to a substrate to provide a firm bond between the substrate and subsequent coats.

  • aeroplane means a power-driven heavier-than-air aircraft, deriving its lift in flight chiefly from aerodynamic reactions on surfaces which remain fixed under given conditions of flight;

  • Roomer means a person occupying a dwelling unit that lacks a major bathroom or kitchen facility, in a structure where one or more major facilities are used in common by occupants of the dwelling unit and other dwelling units. Major facility in the case of a bathroom means toilet, or either a bath or shower, and in the case of a kitchen means refrigerator, stove or sink.

  • Bouquet or “bouquet of channels” means an assortment of distinct channels offered together as a group or as a bundle by the Broadcaster and all its grammatical variations and cognate expressions shall be construed accordingly;

  • Seaplane means an aircraft that is capable of landing and taking off on the water.

  • Air freshener means a product including, but not limited to, sprays, wicks, powders and crystals, designed for the purpose of masking odors, or freshening, cleaning, scenting, or deodorizing the air. This term does not include products that are used on the human body, products that, as indicated on a product label, function primarily as cleaning products, toilet/urinal care products, disinfectant products claiming to deodorize by killing germs on surfaces, or institutional/industrial disinfectants when offered for sale solely through institutional and industrial channels of distribution. This term does include spray disinfectants and other products that are expressly represented for use as air fresheners, except institutional and industrial disinfectants when offered for sale through institutional and industrial channels of distribution. To determine whether a product is an air freshener, all verbal and visual representations regarding product use on the label or packaging or in the product's literature and advertising may be considered. The presence of or representation about a product's fragrance and ability to deodorize resulting from surface application shall not constitute a claim of air freshening.

  • Cart means computer-assisted real-time transcription using specialized equipment to transcribe real time word-for-word spoken English into written English that can be viewed on a computer screen or projected onto a large screen.[PL 2003, c. 685, §2 (NEW).]

  • Quadriplegia means total Paralysis of both upper and lower limbs. “Hemiplegia” means total Paralysis of the upper and lower limbs on one side of the body. “Uniplegia” means total Paralysis of one lower limb or one upper limb. “Paraplegia” means total Paralysis of both lower limbs or both upper limbs. “Paralysis” means total loss of use. A Doctor must determine the loss of use to be complete and not reversible at the time the claim is submitted.

  • Handgun means a firearm of any description, loaded or unloaded, from which any shot, bullet, or other missile can be discharged by an action of an explosive where the length of the barrel, not including any revolving, detachable, or magazine breech, does not exceed 12 inches; provided, however, that the term "handgun" shall not include a gun which discharges a single shot of .46 centimeters or less in diameter.

  • Luminaire means a complete lighting unit consisting of a lamp or lamps together with the parts designed to distribute the light, to position and protect the lamps and to connect the lamps to the power supply.

  • STU means the Board or the Government company notified by the respective State Government under Sub-section (1) of Section 39 of the Act;

  • POPI means the Protection of Personal Information Act, 4 of 2013;

  • ZAR means South African Rand, the lawful currency of South Africa.