CASA definition

CASA means a Chartered Accountant (South Africa) who is registered as such with SAICA;

Examples of CASA in a sentence

  • Whenever possible, after a CASA accepts an appointment, that advocate's involvement with the case should continue through all stages of the proceedings until the case has been dismissed.

  • We maintained our healthy funding profile, with an addition of ` 193.70 billion to savings deposits and` 93.50 billion to current account deposits, and a CASA ratio of 45.8%.

  • A CASA should be appointed at the continued custody hearing or as soon thereafter as possible.

  • OCS shall forward copies to all attorneys of record, self- represented parties, and CASA at least ten (10) days before the scheduled Disposition Hearing.

  • Comments(a) Orleans Parish Juvenile Court requires that each CASA have responsibility for only one case, and may be appointed at the continued custody hearing or as soon thereafter as possible.


More Definitions of CASA

CASA means a claims administration services account that is a special fiduciary account, established and maintained by an administrator under section 1909, from which claims and claims adjustment expenses are disbursed.
CASA means the Civil Aviation Safety Authority as created by the Civil Aviation Act 1988 (Cth).
CASA means the Civil Aviation Safety Authority established under the Civil Aviation Act 1988.
CASA means the Civil Aviation Safety Authority.
CASA means the Civil Aviation Safety Authority of Australia.