public authority definition

public authority means any authority or body or institution of self- government established or constituted—
public authority means any governmental, quasi-governmental organization or any statutory body or duly authorized organization with the power to enforce laws, exact obedience, and command, determine or judge.

Examples of public authority in a sentence

  • Transferring Requests for Information to Another Public Authority If the Council receives an Information Request for information that it does not hold, but it is aware that another public authority holds this information, the Council will provide assistance to the applicant wherever possible and transfer their request to the public authority known to hold the requested information.

  • The registrant is not a Public Authority with competences over/or legal seat in the Region of Madrid (Comunidad de Madrid).

  • E40 Damage to Council or Public Authority Assets(1) Any damage caused to public during construction of the project shall be repaired in accordance with Council’s (or other relevant authority) requirements.

  • Approval is requested for the IHSS Public Authority Board to adopt the $263,010 budget for FY 2014-15 - action requested - ADOPT THE FY 2014-15 IN-HOME SUPPORTIVE SERVICESPUBLIC AUTHORITY ADMINISTRATIVE BUDGET.

  • Loss or damage to property resulting directly or indirectly from insurrection, rebellion, revolution, civil war, usurped power, or action taken by Government Authorities in hindering, combating or defending against such an occurrence, seizure or destruction under quarantine or customs regulations, confiscation by order of any Government or Public Authority or risk of contraband or illegal transportation or trade.

More Definitions of public authority

public authority means a Minister of the Crown in right of the State, Government department, State trading concern, State instrumentality, State public utility and any other person or body, whether corporate or not, who or which, under the authority of any written law, administers or carries on for the benefit of the State a social service or public utility;
public authority or “authority” shall mean a public authority or public benefit corporation created by or existing under any State law, a majority of whose members is appointed by the Governor (including any subsidiaries of such public authority or public benefit corporation), other than an interstate or international authority or public benefit corporation.
public authority means the government of any country or sovereign state, or of any state, province, municipality, or other political subdivision thereof, or any department, agency, public corporation or other instrumentality of any of the foregoing.
public authority means a public authority within the meaning of section 6 of the Human Rights Act 1998;
public authority means any of the following
public authority means a body established or constituted by or under a public Act to perform or discharge a public function;
public authority means a department, instrumentality or agency of the Crown in right of the State or the Commonwealth, a local government and any other person or body, whether corporate or not, who or which under the authority of any Act is charged with the carrying out of any duty whilst acting in the discharge of that duty;