Host Authority definition

Host Authority means the local authority appointed by the Parties under these arrangements to administer these operating arrangements and to facilitate the holding of meetings of EKSC.
Host Authority means Peterborough City Council

Examples of Host Authority in a sentence

  • Where NAFN is referred to in this Agreement and is expressed to have rights and obligations under this Agreement, these are exercised via the Host Authority, as a party to this Agreement.

  • The Pension Fund Manager and Financial Reporting & Policy Accountant continue to assist the Host Authority (Carmarthenshire County Council) and the WPP adviser, Hymans Robertson, with their respective roles, as well as representing the interests of the Powys Pension Fund on the Officer Working Group (OWG).


More Definitions of Host Authority

Host Authority means Denbighshire County Council during the Initial Term, thereafter shall mean the Host Authority as determined in accordance with the provisions of clause 4.1.3
Host Authority. Means [ ] Authority.
Host Authority means the Council designated as Host Authority under the provisions of the Shared Services Arrangement from time to time;
Host Authority means the Council of the City and County of Swansea or any subsequent replacement as permitted within the terms of this Agreement
Host Authority means the local authority appointed by the Parties under these arrangements to service MKIP or to lead on a specific matter as set out in Clause 12.
Host Authority means the Council of the City and County of Swansea “Information Sharing Protocol” means the process detailed in Schedule 2 to be adhered to by the Authorities when sharing information, including Personal Data as defined in the Data Protection Xxx 0000, “Integrated Service” means the amalgamation of the three adoption service teams across the western bay area and the management and delivery of those services as detailed in Schedule 1 Part 3 to this Agreement;
Host Authority means AMF, including its possible successor(s), in the case of Hong Kong Covered Entities; or SFC, including its possible successor(s), in the case of French Covered Entities.