national authority definition

national authority means an approval authority or any other authority involved in and responsible for market surveillance, border control or registration in a Member State in respect of vehicles, systems, components or separate technical units, parts or equipment;
national authority means an approval authority or any other authority involved in and responsible for market surveillance, border control or placing on the market in a Member State, in respect of engines to be installed in non-road mobile machinery or of non-road mobile machinery in which engines are installed;
national authority means one or more public authority at the level of government, including those at regional and local levels, as well as Member State organisations within the meaning of Article 2(42) of the Financial Regulation, cooperating in a spirit of partnership in accordance with the Member States' institutional and legal framework;

Examples of national authority in a sentence

  • I own or have chartered the boat entered and I am a member of a yacht club or sailing association that belongs to US SAILING or my own National Authority.

  • PRIOR INFORMED CONSENT (PIC) The permission given by the Competent National Authority of a PROVIDING COUNTRY to a USER prior to ACCESSing GENETIC RESOURCES, in line with an appropriate national legal and institutional framework, i.e. what a USER can and cannot do with the MATERIAL.

  • The owner, operator, occupant or agent in charge of a facility must pro- vide a sample as provided for in the Convention and the Act and consistent with requirements set forth by the Xx- xxxxxx of the United States National Authority in 22 CFR part 103.

  • The National Authority is requested to set out a brief description of its function and how accreditation is to support this function.

  • The National Authority is requested to specify all mandatory requirements applicable and provide a link to their website.


More Definitions of national authority

national authority means the National Disaster Management Authority established under sub-section (1) of section 3;
national authority means National Compensatory Afforestation Fund Management and Planning Authority constituted under section 8;
national authority means one or more authorities in charge, at national level, of monitoring and supervising the management of the Programme in a Member State or in a third country associated to the Programme;
national authority means an approval authority or any other authority involved in and responsible for market surveillance as set out in Chapter VI or border control in a Member State in respect of batteries;
national authority means the National Capital Authority established by section 5 of the Commonwealth Planning Act;
national authority means such Authority designated by the Central Government under section 3;
national authority means an approval authority, a market surveillance authority or any other authority in a Member State involved in and responsible for type-approval, registration, market surveillance or import control in respect of vehicles, systems, components or separate technical units covered by this Regulation;