Lead Partner definition

Lead Partner means the lead partner of a joint venture, as described in Sub-Clause
Lead Partner the Lead Partner means the Lead Beneficiary as referred to in Article 13 of Regulation (EU) No 1299/2013 (hereinafter referred to as “LP”).
Lead Partner. : shall mean the member of the consortium duly nominated/authorized by all members of that consortium as a lead partner.

Examples of Lead Partner in a sentence

  • The Lead Partner fulfills the functions of the lead beneficiary as set out within the EU Regulations and as more particularly specified in Regulation (EU) 2021/1059 Article 26.

More Definitions of Lead Partner

Lead Partner means the Integration Joint Board that manages services on behalf of the other Integration Joint Boards in the NHS Board areas.
Lead Partner means an entity indicated in an Application Form, who has signed Subsidy Contract and who is responsible for financial and substantial implementation of the project;
Lead Partner the project partner who takes the overall responsibility for the submission and the implementation of the entire project according to Article 13 (2) of Regulation (EU) No 1299/2013. It corresponds to the termlead beneficiary” used in the European Structural and Investment Funds Regulations. Associated partner: any institution/body involved as observer in the project without financially contributing to it, as identified in the approved project application form.
Lead Partner means [●];
Lead Partner means the institution of higher learning (IHL) that is leading the research;
Lead Partner means the designated Chief Officer for a Lead Partner service
Lead Partner means the Chief Officer that through NHS Tayside has operational management of certain health care services that are best managed on a Tayside wide basis.