Legislative authority definition

Legislative authority means, with respect to a regional transit authority, the board of trustees thereof, and with respect to a county that is a transit authority, the board of county commissioners.
Legislative authority means the legislative authority of the municipal corporation in which a municipal court, other than a county-operated municipal court, is located, and means the respective board of county commissioners of the county in which a county-operated municipal court is located.
Legislative authority means the Board of Directors of the Authority.

Examples of Legislative authority in a sentence

  • The increase or decrease of any salary under the salary setting authority of the Mississippi State Personnel Board shall comply with the policies below except where Legislative authority specifies otherwise.

  • Legislative authority is vested in the King and the National Assembly in accordance with the Constitution.

  • By virtue of the Legislative authority vested in the Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda Union Free School District, Board of Education, we hereby order the adoption of this Policy Manual for the District.

  • Legislative authority over intelligence could be shared for all entities with overlapping jurisdiction; or, as is now the case in the House and Senate, it could be held exclusively for certain specified components (e.g., CIA and DNI), while being shared for others.

  • Legislative authority over labor issues falls with both federal and state governments.


More Definitions of Legislative authority

Legislative authority means the legislative authority referred to in section 43 of the Constitution;
Legislative authority means the power and right to perform legislative functions;
Legislative authority means the Common Council of the Issuer.
Legislative authority means the legislative authority of
Legislative authority means the legislative authority of any county
Legislative authority means the legislative authority of the Municipality.
Legislative authority means, in the case of a municipal corporation, its legislative authority; in the case of a township, its board of trustees; and in the case of a county, its board of commissioners.