Powers of Attorney
Definition of Powers of Attorney
Powers of Attorney means the powers of attorney and other forms of authorization issued by the shareholders of the Company or the Company to authorize individuals to act on behalf of the Company.
Examples of Powers of Attorney in a sentence
- The Chargor by way of security irrevocably (within the meaning of Section 4 of the Powers of Attorney Ordinance (Cap.
- The following are the schedules to this agreement, which are incorporated into and form part of this agreement: Schedule 1 - Liabilities Schedule 2 - Bank Accounts and Powers of Attorney Schedule 3 - Litigation Schedule 4 - Licenses and Permits Schedule 5 - Material Contracts
- Accounts; Safe Deposit Boxes; Powers of Attorney; Officers and Directors.
Powers of Attorney means the Airlines Power of Attorney and the Ventures Power of Attorney.