Examples of Crown in a sentence
Like their counterparts in Britain, American businesses required a charter in order to be officially incorporated, and such charters could only be granted by the Crown.
It seems that for most of the colonists dumping tea into Boston Harbor the Crown and the East India Company appeared to be largely one and the same.
A grant of incorporation was the exception, not the rule, and presumably they were only to be allowed if they served some interest of the Crown (and thereby also some interest of the public, to some extent).
While ownership of the reserves remains with the Crown, Council retains operational control of the reserves and is responsible for their maintenance and use in accordance with the specific purposes to which the reserves are dedicated.
Jackie Hopkins and Matthew Hodges Cinderford Glos: Application for grant of Street Trading Consent on A417 layby near Rose & Crown Public House for a mobile catering trailer.