Examples of On behalf of the Council in a sentence
On behalf of the Council, to defend, institute, participate in, appeal from, settle or abandon any legal proceedings whether administrative, civil or criminal in any court arbitration or tribunal where such action is necessary to give effect to decisions of the Council or in any case where the Borough Solicitor considers that such action is necessary to protect the Council’s interests.
On behalf of the Council the Chief Executive will, shortly after the start of a triennium, prepare, in consultation with the Mayor or Chairperson, a list of investigators for this purpose of undertaking a preliminary assessment.
On behalf of the Council, the Director of Environment & Community Services may impose special conditions on a letting or authorise other people to do so.
On behalf of the Council, Internal Audit reviews, appraises and reports on the efficiency, effectiveness and economy of these arrangements.
On behalf of the Council to scrutinise recommendations by the Executive to the Council.
Panel of Investigators On behalf of the Council, the chief executive will prepare, in consultation with the mayor, a list of investigators for the purpose of undertaking an assessment of complaints (when required) and making recommendations to the Council.The chief executive may prepare a list specifically for the Council, prepare a list jointly with neighbouring councils or contract with an agency capable of providing appropriate investigators.
The procedures set forth in 41 CFR Part 101–44 and this section will be used to transfer surplus property to eligible Participants.(2) The property which may be trans- ferred to SASPs for further transfer to eligible Participants includes all per- sonal property which has been deter- mined to be ‘‘donable’’ as defined in 41 CFR 101–44.001–3.
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On behalf of the Council, the GEF Trustee ensures the maintenance of appropriate records and accounts of the GEF trust fund and provides for their audit, in accordance with the rules of the Trustee.
Even the United Nations Human Rights Committee (UNHRC) released a statement declar- ing that France’s ban on the niqab was a violation of human rights, as it disproportionately harmed the right of women to express their religious beliefs (Miles, 2018).