Full authority definition

Full authority to resolve the dispute means the person is empowered to make settlement decisions without telephone consultation with others. (Subd. (2) adopted effective January 1, 2012.)
Full authority means the ability to exercise the Governor's powers, responsibilities, obligations, and authorities as provided by general law and in the State Constitution without assuming the office of the Governor.
Full authority means that amount of authority granted to a regularly employed individual in unrestricted, unchecked, and unqualified command of the architectural practice of a firm.

Examples of Full authority in a sentence

  • Full authority regarding the operation and management of the Yacht is hereby transferred to the Charterer for the term of the charter set to herein.

  • Full authority to manage the institution is conferred upon the President, in accordance with policies and procedures established by the Board with certain laws specifically applicable to the institution.

  • Full authority and responsibility for the oversight of institutional centers and institutes rests at the campus level, including establishment, management, and discontinuation.

  • Full authority for discipline and discharge is retained by the City.

  • Nor were the crimes statute-barred by any rule of international law.

  • They exercise their decision-making prerogatives through the following means: • Full authority within those areas of responsibility designated by ALA Council (ALA Bylaws, Article VI, Section 2b)• Representation on ALA Council to raise issues and to set policy (ALA Bylaws, Article IV.

  • Full authority for the oversight of institutional centers and institutes rests at the campus level, including establishment, management, and discontinuation.

  • Id. This sorting affects the “‘depth-of-market’ feature, which would display all resting bids up to ten ticks above the best offer.” Ex. 1003 at 58.CFTC also explains that: Terminal operators would have continuous access to the best bid and offer price and the available quantity at each such price, session high and low price, and the last-traded price and volume for each contract.

  • Full authority for administering discipline for just cause, up to and including discharge, is retained by the City.

  • Full authority to institute actions necessary for successful implementation of the QCP.


More Definitions of Full authority

Full authority to resolve the dispute means the person is empowered to make settlement decisions without telephone consultation with others.
Full authority means that the person who attends the settlement conference has the complete and unfettered capacity and authority to meet or pay all terms or amounts which are demanded or sought by the other side of the case without consulting with some other person, committee or agency. If the representative attending the settlement conference can only receive authority to increase a pre-determined amount of money by making a telephone call to someone else, the person to whom the phone call is made is the correct participant in the
Full authority means Party A enjoys full rights to handle the entrusted matters agreed in the entrustment contract for operation and management signed by and between both parties.
Full authority means the authority to act on behalf of the Customer in all matters relating to the Customer’s account. A person with this authority is able to review, discuss and change any information contained in the Customer’s account, including personal information such as email address and bill delivery method. This includes online access to My Account where relevant.
Full authority means that the individuals at the settlement conference be authorized to fully negotiate settlement terms and to agree at that time to any settlement terms acceptable to the parties, and to bind the party, without the need to call others not present at the conference for authority or approval.

Related to Full authority

  • local authority means the council of a municipality that is a city, town or shire constituted under the Local Government Act 1960;

  • prescribed authority means the authorities specified in Rule 12 of Plastic Waste Management and Handling Rules, 2016, and Commissioner, Municipal Corporations, Chief Executive Officer/Executive Officer, Urban Local Bodies ;

  • Governmental Authority means the government of the United States or any other nation, or of any political subdivision thereof, whether state or local, and any agency, authority, instrumentality, regulatory body, court, central bank or other entity exercising executive, legislative, judicial, taxing, regulatory or administrative powers or functions of or pertaining to government (including any supra-national bodies such as the European Union or the European Central Bank).

  • Governmental Body means any: (a) nation, state, commonwealth, province, territory, county, municipality, district or other jurisdiction of any nature; (b) federal, state, local, municipal, foreign or other government; or (c) governmental or quasi-governmental authority of any nature (including any governmental division, department, agency, commission, instrumentality, official, organization, unit, body or Entity and any court or other tribunal).

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