Legal Authority definition

Legal Authority means any domestic or foreign federal, state, county, municipal, or other government or governmental or quasi-governmental department, commission, board, bureau, court, agency, or instrumentality having jurisdiction or authority over Landlord, Tenant and/or all or any part of the Premises. Tenant shall:
Legal Authority means any provision of law or regulation that carries the force of law.
Legal Authority means any provision of law or regulation that carries the force of law, including, for example, statutes, rules and regulations, and court rulings.

More Definitions of Legal Authority

Legal Authority means the authorized state agency for the administration of the statutes relating to the practice of nursing in this state. The Oklahoma Board of Nursing is the only legal authority for licensing Licensed Practical Nurses, Registered Nurses, and Advanced Practice Registered Nurses; and for certifying Advanced Unlicensed Assistants.
Legal Authority means the person with the authority to sign the Contract between the Respondent and the County to implement the Project.
Legal Authority means that right as ex- pressly stated by statute or law.
Legal Authority. Section 1.5