Examples of Deputation in a sentence
Deputation means a request from any person or group to make a presentation to the local authority which is approved by the Chairperson and which may be made in English, te reo Māori or New Zealand Sign Language.
A Deputation Form must be submitted to the Town no later than 24 hours prior to the meeting and is to be approved by the Chief Executive Officer.
On any such secondment, deputation, assignment or transfer of your employment, the Company and/or affiliate may require you to sign the applicable Overseas Deputation / International Employment Agreement(s) of the specific country, based on the policies of the Company.
In consideration of the payments to be made by the Procuring Agency to the Service Provider as hereinafter mentioned, the Service Provider hereby covenants with the Procuring Agency to provide the services in accordance with the provisions of the Contract and as required under Section VII Schedule of Requirements/Work Plan/ Deputation Plan.
Deputation means a request from any person or interested group in the community to make a presentation to the local board or any committee.