public officer definition

public officer means a person holding or acting in any public office;
public officer means the holder of any public office and includes any person appointed to act in any such office;
public officer means the person appointed to be the public officer of the Association in accordance with the Act.

Examples of public officer in a sentence

  • Such written approval shall be evidenced by a change authorisation order (“Change Order”) or such other written authorisation as approved and signed by the Contact or a duly authorised Public Officer.


More Definitions of public officer

public officer means any person employed by, or acting as an agent for, the Government;
public officer means any officer who is in charge of any department or branch of the government of the municipality relating to health, fire, building regulations, or to other activities concerning dwellings in the municipality.
public officer means any person holding or acting in an office in the public service;
public officer means a person falling under any of the following descriptions, namely :—
public officer means any officer or officers of a municipality or the executive director or other chief executive officer of any commission or authority established by such municipality or jointly with any other municipality who is authorized by this chapter to exercise the power prescribed herein and pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated, § 13-21-101, et seq.
public officer means the officer or officers who are authorized by this chapter to exercise the powers prescribed herein and pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated, § 13-21-101, et seq.
public officer means the holder of any public office or of a person appointed to act in any such office;