Judicial Council’s Master Account definition

Judicial Council’s Master Account means the Judicial Council’s billing account to which the Contractor is authorized to charge specifically identified charges under this Agreement.

Examples of Judicial Council’s Master Account in a sentence

  • Early check-out Cancellation Fee penalties shall be charged to Attendees as Individual Charges and not to the Judicial Council’s Master Account.

Related to Judicial Council’s Master Account

  • Judicial Branch Entity or “Judicial Branch Entities” means any California superior or appellate court, the Judicial Council of California, and the Habeas Corpus Resource Center.

  • Master Account or “Judicial Council’s Master Account” shall mean the Judicial Council’s billing account to which the Contractor is authorized to charge specifically identified charges under this Agreement.

  • Judicial office means the office filled by any judicial officer.

  • Judicial Branch Personnel means members, justices, judges, judicial officers, subordinate judicial officers, employees, and agents of a Judicial Branch Entity.

  • Commercial account means an arrangement whereby a retail distributor sells hazardous chemicals to an employer, generally in large quantities over time and/or at costs that are below the regular retail price.

  • Department Head means either the head of a department responsible for administering a particular contract for the county or the designee of same.