General Assembly definition

General Assembly means the General Assembly of the United Nations.
General Assembly or ‘Assembly’ means the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria;
General Assembly means the General Assembly of the Commonwealth.

Examples of General Assembly in a sentence

  • This Section does not affect the validity of any contract made between the State and an officer or employee of the State or member of the General Assembly, his or her spouse, minor child or any combination of those persons if that contract was in existence before his or her election or employment as an officer, member, or employee.

  • A change in these caps requires action of both Houses of the General Assembly and approval of the Governor.

  • UN General Assembly, Implementing the responsibility to protect, para.

  • The highest authority of the new governance structure is a General Assembly of IPPF Member Associations, convened once every three years.

  • UN General Assembly, Implementing the Responsibility to Protect, para.


More Definitions of General Assembly

General Assembly means the body of the delegates of the Members of the Association as set forth in these Bylaws.
General Assembly means the Consortium Body established in accordance with Section 6.3.1 of this PCA.
General Assembly means a meeting of the citizens and includes the Annual General Assembly;
General Assembly means as defined in § 5831 of Title 29.
General Assembly means the General Assembly of the said Church convened in accordance with the rules, practice, and usages of the said Church.
General Assembly means the general assembly of SASCOC as contemplated by Article 11.1;