Empowered definition

Empowered means enlarging people’s choices in life, including the range of all they can achieve.
Empowered. (獲賦權) means empowered by or under this Ordinance; "entry permit" (入境證) means an entry permit issued under this Ordinance;
Empowered has the meaning set forth in the preamble.

Examples of Empowered in a sentence

  • In case Board or Empowered Committee or FDs of CIL/Subsidiary or CMD is tender accepting authority, then the approval of CMD of CIL/Subsidiary is to be obtained and if the TAA is below CMD level then approval of TAA shall be obtained.

  • If the matter is not resolved by the GRC at PMU level within one month of time, the aggrieved person/party can bring the matter to The Executive Committee/State Level Empowered Committee (SLEC).

  • The GRC will determine the merit of each grievance, and resolve grievances within a month of receiving the complaint, failing which the grievance will be addressed by the inter-ministerial Empowered Committee.

  • The Empowered Officer of the Employer reserves the right to increase or decrease the man power requirement as per need.

  • If after the Empowered Officer has given written notice of his decision to the parties, no claim to arbitration has been communicated to him by either party within thirty (30) days from the receipt of such notice, the said decision shall become final and binding on the parties.

  • In case the Accepting Authority of the work is Board or Empowered Committee or FDs or CMD of CIL/Subsidiary Company, then the Competent Authority for banning shall be CMD of CIL/Subsidiary Company.

  • Empowered committee will recommend the name of eligible and suitable firm/candidate based on following selection criteria for approval by SSA head:- i.

  • If after the Empowered Officer has given written notice of his decision to the parties, no claim to arbitration has been communicated to him by either party within party (30) days from the receipt of such notice, the said decision shall become final and binding on the parties.

  • In the event of the Empowered Officer failing to notify his decision as aforesaid within thirty (30) days after being requested aforesaid, or in the event of either the Owner or the Contractor being dissatisfied with any such decision, or within thirty (30) days after the expiry of the first mentioned period of thirty (30) days, as the case may be either party may require that the matters in dispute be referred to arbitration as hereinafter provided.

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Related to Empowered

  • entitled Chase Manhattan Mortgage Corporation, as Servicer, for the benefit of registered holders of Chase Manhattan Acceptance Corporation Multi-Class Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates, Series [ ], Class B-5." Amounts in the Collateral Fund shall continue to be the property of the Purchaser, subject to the first priority security interest granted hereunder for the benefit of the Certificate holders, until withdrawn from the Collateral Fund pursuant to Section 2.02 or 2.03 hereof. Upon the termination of this Agreement and the liquidation of all Mortgage Loans as to which the Purchaser has made any Election to Delay Foreclosure or any Election to Foreclose pursuant to Section 2.04 hereof, the Company shall distribute to the Purchaser all amounts remaining in the Collateral Fund together with any investment earnings thereon. The Collateral Fund shall be an "outside reserve fund" within the meaning of the REMIC Provisions, beneficially owned by the Purchaser. In no event shall the Purchaser (i) take or cause the Trustee or the Company to take any action that could cause any REMIC established under the Trust Agreement to fail to qualify as a REMIC or cause the imposition on any such REMIC of any "prohibited transaction" or "prohibited contribution" taxes or (ii) cause the Trustee or the Company to fail to take any action necessary to maintain the status of any such REMIC as a REMIC.

  • Intervention means any action intended to reduce or avert exposure or the likelihood of exposure to sources which are not part of a controlled practice or which are out of control as a consequence of an accident;

  • Authorized “Directed” or “Approved” shall mean the authority, direction or approval of the Engineer.

  • second authority means the authority to which a mover is liable to make payments for the new dwelling;

  • Delegates means those persons elected or appointed to vote in a representative assembly for the election of a director or directors or on other matters.

  • Authorised “Directed” or “Approved” shall mean the authority, direction or approval of the Engineer.

  • Corporate Action means any subscription right, bonus issue, stock repurchase plan, redemption, exchange, tender offer, or similar matter with respect to a Financial Asset in the Securities Account that requires discretionary action by the holder, but does not include proxy voting.

  • Crisis intervention means the implementation of a service, support, or strategy to immediately stabilize a crisis and prevent the crisis from reoccurring after the crisis ends.

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

  • Early intervention means action to hinder or alter a per- son’s mental disorder or abuse of alcohol or other drugs in order to reduce the duration of early symptoms or to reduce the duration or severity of mental illness or alcohol or other drug abuse that may result.

  • Bankrupt means with respect to any entity, such entity that (a) files a petition or otherwise commences, authorizes or acquiesces in the commencement of a proceeding or cause of action under any bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization or similar Law, or has any such petition filed or commenced against it and such case filed against it is not dismissed in ninety (90) days, (b) makes an assignment or any general arrangement for the benefit of creditors, (c) otherwise becomes bankrupt or insolvent (however evidenced), (d) has a liquidator, administrator, receiver, trustee, conservator or similar official appointed with respect to it or any substantial portion of its property or assets, or (e) is generally unable to pay its debts as they fall due.

  • Corporate Actions means any actions undertaken by or relating to an issuer of Securities that has an effect upon the Company or a Fund including, without limitation, the inception of Court Actions.

  • Recover "Recovered," "Recovery" means all monies recovered by way of judgment, settlement, reimbursement, or otherwise to compensate for any loss related to any Injury, Illness, condition, and/or accident where a Third Party is or may be responsible. "Recovery" includes, but is not limited to, recoveries for medical or dental expenses, attorneys' fees, costs and expenses, pain and suffering, loss of consortium, wrongful death, wages and/or any other recovery of any form of damages or compensation whatsoever.

  • approve “approval” “consent” “certify” “direct” “notify” or “request” means apply approve approval consent certify direct notify or request (as the case may be) in writing;

  • Judiciary means United States Government.

  • County Political Party Committee means a committee organized pursuant to N.J.S.A. 19:5-3.

  • Black empowered enterprise means an enterprise that is at least 25,1% owned by black persons and where there is substantial management control. Ownership refers to economic interests. Management refers to executive directors. This is whether the black enterprise has control or not.

  • State Political Party Committee means a committee organized pursuant to N.J.S.A. 19:5-4.

  • Enforcement Committee A committee consisting of representatives of the Settling States and of the Participating Subdivisions. Exhibit B contains the organizational bylaws of the Enforcement Committee. Notice pursuant to Section XIV.Q shall be provided when there are changes in membership or contact information.

  • Empowerment Neighborhoods means neighborhoods designated by the Urban Coordinating Council “in consultation and conjunction with” the New Jersey Redevelopment Authority pursuant to N.J.S.A 55:19-69.

  • Incompetent means an individual who is incapable of taking care of the individual’s self or property because of a mental or physical illness or disability, mental retardation, or senility.

  • Supervise or "supervision" means an early learning provider must be able to see or hear the children they are responsible for at all times. Early learning providers must use their knowledge of each child's development and behavior to anticipate what may occur to pre- vent unsafe or unhealthy events or conduct, or to intervene in such circumstances as soon as possible. Early learning providers must also reposition themselves or the children to be aware of where children are and what they are doing during care. An early learning provider must reassess and adjust their supervision each time child care activ- ities change. See "active supervision" for a heightened standard of care.

  • 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.

  • State Management Committee means a Committee comprising representatives from the Confederation of Western Australian Industry, the Trades and Labor Council of Western Australia, Technical and Further Education (TAFE) and the relevant Federal and State Government Departments which approve traineeship arrangements by agreement of each of the parties. The State Management Committee may be established pursuant to the provisions of the Industrial and Commercial Training Act, 1975 or any amendment to or substitution of that Act, provided that any Committee or body established in lieu of the State Management Committee has the same representatives structure and decision making processes as that Committee.

  • Political party committee means a political committee formed by a political party organization

  • Directed means under a direction of the Director of Technical Education 3 or the chief executive officer of an approved college 4;