Provincial Council definition

Provincial Council means a council elected at the Annual Provincial Convention of the relevant Province and referred to in Article 16;
Provincial Council. ’ means a Provincial Council established in terms of section 23;

Examples of Provincial Council in a sentence

  • All appeals shall be submitted through the Provincial Council concerned or in the case of a matter heard by the Standing Disciplinary Committee, through the CC, within 30 days of the person being notified of the decision.

  • Submit reports to the CC, the Provincial Congress and the Provincial Council as often as is required.

  • The Provincial Council will facilitate discussions around land acquisition, between the project’s safeguard specialists and communities.

  • The FRA, the Provincial Council and the TLTB will continue to consult and engage with APs/DPs, landowners, tenants, prior to and throughout project implementation.

  • The Provincial Council or CC shall forward the appeal together with all other relevant documentation to the National Appeals Committee.


More Definitions of Provincial Council

Provincial Council means the membership of the Provincial Chess Association in general meeting.
Provincial Council means a Provincial Council established by Chapter XVIIA of the Constitution.
Provincial Council means the Provincial Council constituted pursuant to the Constitution;
Provincial Council means a council established under the Decentralization Act [Cap. 230];
Provincial Council means a council established by section 268 for a province other than a metropolitan province;
Provincial Council means a Provincial Council established in terms of section 23;
Provincial Council means a Provincial Council established by Chapter XVIIA of the Constitution ;