DUE AUTHORITY definition

DUE AUTHORITY. The parties hereby represent that the individuals executing this Agreement are expressly authorized to do so on and in behalf of the parties.

Examples of DUE AUTHORITY in a sentence

  • G.9. DUE AUTHORITY: CLIENT represents and warrants that the person executing this Agreement on behalf of CLIENT is an agent of CLIENT and has full and complete authority to execute this Agreement and enter into the terms and covenants provided herein, and has been designated by CLIENT to execute this Agreement on behalf of CLIENT.

  • THE PERSON EXECUTING THIS AGREEMENT ON BEHALF OF DEBTOR WARRANTS THAT PERSON'S DUE AUTHORITY TO DO SO.

  • Correct damage to work of other trades by cleaning, repairing, replacing and refinishing, as approved by the Architect, and leave in undamaged condition.

  • THE PERSON EXECUTING THIS AGREEMENT ON BEHALF OF CUSTOMER WARRANTS THAT PERSON’S DUE AUTHORITY TO DO SO.

  • THE PERSON EXECUTING THIS AGREEMENT ON BEHALF OF BORROWER CERTIFIES THAT PERSON’S DUE AUTHORITY TO DO SO, AND THAT EACH ITEM OF COLLATERAL WILL, AT THE TIME LENDER FUNDS THE LOAN, BE OWNED BY BORROWER FREE AND CLEAR OF LIENS OR ENCUMBRANCES AND BE IN GOOD CONDITION AND WORKING ORDER.

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Related to DUE AUTHORITY

  • Fire authority means the department, agency, or public entity with responsibility

  • PURCHASE AUTHORITY means the officer signing the acceptance of tender and shall include any officer who has authority to execute the relevant contract on behalf of the purchaser.

  • Applicable Authority means, with respect to any Alternative Currency, the applicable administrator for the Relevant Rate for such Alternative Currency or any Governmental Authority having jurisdiction over the Administrative Agent or such administrator.

  • Responsible Authority means any ministry, any minister, any organ of State, any official in the public administration or any other Governmental or regulatory department, commission, institution, entity, service utility, board, agency or authority (in each case, whether National, Provincial or Municipal) or any court, each having jurisdiction over the matter in question, but excluding for all purposes the Nama Khoi Municipality;

  • State authority means the hospital finance authority created by this act.

  • Insurance Authority means the Insurance Authority of Hong Kong established pursuant to section 4AAA of the Insurance Ordinance.

  • Administrative authority means the elected or appointed official or board having jurisdiction over a function or activity.

  • Appellate Authority means Committee of Directors consisting of Director (Finance) and Director (BD) for works centers under Director (Projects). For all other cases committee of Directors shall consist of Director (Finance) & Director (Projects).

  • Executive Authority means the executive committee or executive mayor of the Municipality or, if the Municipality does not have an executive committee or executive mayor, a committee of councillors appointed by the Municipal Council;

  • Appropriate Authority means any government or taxing authority.

  • Responsible administrative authority means, with respect to a structured settlement, any government authority vested by law with exclusive jurisdiction over the settled claim resolved by the structured settlement.

  • Where the Authority funds this Contract using ESF funds the Contractor shall within four (4) weeks of expiry or termination of this Contract provide evaluation information to the Authority which:

  • Legislative authority means, with respect to a regional transit authority, the board of trustees thereof, and with respect to a county that is a transit authority, the board of county commissioners.

  • Private Authorizations means all franchises, permits, licenses, approvals, consents and other authorizations of all Persons (other than any Authority) including, without limitation, those of shareholders and creditors and those with respect to trademarks, service marks, trade names, copyrights, computer software programs, technical and other know-how.

  • Service Authorization means that Open Ecosystem Partner needs to meet specific qualification requirements for the products included in a “Service” Product Family that Open Ecosystem Partner wants to promote and offer Services for as set out in detail in the Open Ecosystem Program Guide.

  • Road authority means each governmental agency with jurisdiction over public streets and highways. Road authority includes the department, any other state agency, and intergovernmental, county, city, and village governmental agencies responsible for the construction, repair, and maintenance of streets and highways. When a street railway operates or seeks to operate a street railway system over public streets and highways over which more than 1 road authority possesses jurisdiction, road authority includes each road authority with jurisdiction over public streets and highways upon which the street railway operates or seeks to operate a street railway system.

  • Compliance Authority means each and all of the (a) U.S. Treasury Department/Office of Foreign Assets Control, (b) U.S. Treasury Department/Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, (c) U.S. State Department/Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, (d) U.S. Commerce Department/Bureau of Industry and Security, (e) the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, (f) the U.S. Justice Department, and (g) the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

  • Appropriate Authority(ies) means the U.S. State Department, the government authority(ies) in the Covered Person’s Home Country or Country of Residence or the government authority(ies) of the Host Country.

  • Corporate Authorities means the City Council of the City.

  • the Authority means a billing authority in relation to whose area this scheme has effect by virtue of paragraph 4(6) of Schedule 1A to the 1992 Act;

  • Lead Authority means the local authority appointed by the Parties under this agreement to lead on a particular function in accordance with Clause 12.

  • Financial organization means a savings and loan association, building and loan association, savings bank, industrial bank, bank, banking organization, or credit union.

  • designated authority means such authority as may be notified by the Commissioner;

  • In good standing means a person who has not resigned or been suspended from membership or registration or had membership or registration revoked;

  • Certificate of authority means the certificate issued by DCBS to a licensed health entity granting authority to transact insurance as a health insurance company or health care service contractor.

  • Good Standing means a valid MNO Community Charter Agreement that is recognized by MNO as active and that is not under an order of revocation or suspension by the MNO. If, in the opinion of MNO, the Community Council has ceased to effectively function for a period of 6 months, then the Community Charter is deemed to be no longer active. A Community Charter can be reactivated, with the consent of MNO, by means of a Community Council resolution, whereby the restored Community Council agrees to adopt and abide by the terms and conditions of its MNO Community Charter Agreement, this Community Code, the MNO By-Laws and the MNO Statement of Prime Purpose.