Council definition

Council means the Council of the Municipality;
Council means the Council of Europe;
Council means the Council of the City;

Examples of Council in a sentence

The ‘Trafficking Convention’ refers to the 2005 Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings, and the ‘Directive’ refers to the 2011 EU Directive on preventing and combating trafficking in human beings and protecting its victims (Directive 2011/36/EU).

The instrument was prepared by the Polaris Institute for the Council of Canadians in 1998 as a working instrument designed to assist civil society in developing “an alternative MAI”.

In this regard, this provision grants to the Council for Finance and Planning (COFAP) the authority to formulate proposals for the establishment of regimes for the granting of incentives, which should be consistent with relevant international agreements.

The Council for Trade in Goods formally initiated the review provided for under Article 9 in October 1999 but, as of September 2000, no specific proposals had been made by members in this context.

The address for service of any notice to the Grantee is either: Annexure Schedule 1 Page 9 of 11 PagesInsert instrument type Easement Instrument (Land Covenant) (a) the rating address that relates to the applicable Lot (provided the Lot’s Dwelling has obtained a code compliance certificate from Council); otherwise (b) the address of the solicitor who undertook the conveyance for the first Grantee following ownership by RCL.


More Definitions of Council

Council means the Council of The City of Winnipeg;
Council means the Council of the City.
Council means the municipal council of the Municipality;
Council means the Goods and Services Tax Council established under article 279A of the Constitution;
Council means the Business Enterprise Council for Minorities, Women, and Persons with Disabilities created under Section 5 of this Act.
Council means the Council of the Town;
Council means the Council of The Corporation of the City of Mississauga;