Signatory Authority definition

Signatory Authority means any officer or representative vested (explicitly, implicitly, or through conduct) with the powers to commit the authorizing organization to a binding agreement.
Signatory Authority refers to the individual that has the authority to legally bind a party to an agreement.
Signatory Authority. Each individual signing this Agreement represents and warrants that he or she is duly authorized and has legal capacity to execute and deliver this Agreement. The signing of this document represents and warrants the execution and delivery of the Agreement and the performance of obligations that have been duly authorized, as per the District Policy CH-Signature Authority. AUSTIN INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT: CONTRACTOR: Principal/Executive Director, Health Services Name: Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx Date Title: Date Name: Executive Director, State, Federal, Private Accountability (Applicable only if utilizing grant funds) Asst. Superintendent Name: Date Title: Date Name: Date Chief Officer Name: Chief Financial Officer Xxxxxxx Xxxxx Date Date General Counsel Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx Date Superintendent (Interim) Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Date District Policy CH -Board Item - $100,000 and above Board President Xxxxx Xxxxx Date EXHIBIT A

Examples of Signatory Authority in a sentence

  • Additional relevant information regarding updates to your EN TPA: This form must be completed and signed by either the Signatory Authority or the Program Contact.

  • To request use of electronic submission of NOIs and other documents, the person that is authorized to sign permit applications as described in 40 CFR 122.22 (a) must sign this document as the Signatory Authority in Section E of this document.

  • If the Signatory Authority individual intends to submit his/her own documents, then he or she signs as the Subscriber.

  • Permitted Uses: (Client or Signatory Authority will place their initials next to selected permitted use.

  • The signature on this document of CLIENT or CLIENT’S authorized representative (Signatory Authority) indicates understanding of, and agreement to all of the conditions and terms contained within this agreement DOCUMENT.


More Definitions of Signatory Authority

Signatory Authority is an individual (usually a corporate officer) who is authorized to sign permit applications, permit modification requests, reports, and other documents on behalf of a permittee or “Regulated Person” per RCSA §§22a-430-3(b)(2)(A). This person must sign the Subscriber Agreement in Section D. • The Signatory Authority for a municipality is the principal executive officer (Town Manager) or a ranking elected official (Mayor or First Selectperson). If the permit is for a municipal sewage treatment plant, then the Chairperson of the Water Pollution Control Authority may sign. • The Subscriber is person who will electronically submit the data and sign the DMR’s. They must sign Section E. • The Signatory Authority may duly authorize other individual(s) to sign and submit DMR’s. Such individual(s) must each sign a separate Section E as a Subscriber. (see RCSA §§22a-430-3(b)(2)(B)). • Subscribers are required to be employees of the permittee. A contract operator or consultant cannot be named as a duly authorized representative of the permittee, and so cannot be a Subscriber. • For a municipality, the mayor or First Selectman is the Signatory Authority who signs Section E. That person then typically delegates the sewage treatment plant Superintendent as the Subscriber who will sign Section E and submit monthly DMR reports. Where to Submit
Signatory Authority is an individual (usually a corporate officer) that is authorized to sign permit applications, permit modification requests, reports, and other documents on behalf of a permittee or “Regulated Person”. This person must sign the Subscriber Agreement in Section D. ▪ The Signatory Authority for a municipality is the principal executive officer or a ranking elected official. For a POTW or satellite collection system, the chairperson of the Water Pollution Control Authority may sign in Section D. ▪ The person who will electronically sign the reports is known as the Subscriber. They must sign Section E. ▪ The Signatory Authority may duly authorize other individual(s) to sign and submit reports. Such individual(s) must each sign a separate Section E as a Subscriber. ▪ If the Signatory Authority person (named in Section D) will be signing and submitting reports, then this individual must also sign Section E as a Subscriber. Any other individuals submitting reports must each sign a separate Section E form as a Subscriber. Where to Submit: PRINT, SIGN, EMAIL A PDF COPY AND MAIL THE ORIGINAL completed CT DEEP Subscriber Agreement below to: Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection Bureau of Water Protection and Land Reuse Water Planning and Management Division – Municipal Wastewater Unit ATTN: SRTK REPORTING 00 Xxx Xxxxxx, Xxxxxxxx, XX 00000-5127 EMAIL the scanned document(s) to XXXX.XXXX@XX.XXX Save a copy for your records. Remember to update users as staff leaves or new staff is hired. SRTK Subscriber Agreement Transmittal Form Please complete and include this cover page to your completed Subscriber Agreement so that it will be properly routed upon receipt. Registrant or Permittee Company Name / Organization (Municipality, etc) Type of Permit NPDES Permit General PermitSatellite System Other - Permit Number (if known) Where to Submit PRINT AND MAIL THE ORIGINAL completed CT DEEP Subscriber Agreement below to your Permitting authority for their review at the address below. Also submit a scanned copy to the email address listed below. Save a copy for your records. Remember to update users as staff leaves or new staff is hired. We cannot accept a copy without the original as we need the original “wet ink” signatures to meet EPA requirements. Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection Bureau of Water Protection and Land Reuse Water Planning and Management Division – Municipal Wastewater Unit ATTN: SRTK REPORTING 00 Xxx Xxxxxx, Xxxx...
Signatory Authority means the CAA and the FSC. The Signatory Authorities are listed in Annex A.
Signatory Authority means a single individual tasked with overseeing Lessee’s access control cards. The Signatory Authority shall have the same access privileges for which they are authorized signature control over.
Signatory Authority means a written delegation to a duly authorized officer of the TWDB to sign the Agreement (and any Amendment or Supplement) on behalf of the TWDB in the form of a Resolution or other similar document.
Signatory Authority refers to the individual that has the authority to legally bind a party to an agreement. “Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase III Project” refers to an effort that was previously competed and performed via a SBIR Phase I and/or Phase II contract for which the Government is looking to continue R&D efforts as a SBIR Phase III project under this OTA. As this project was previously competed and performed by one individual, the request for proposal would be submitted from the CAO directly to the VLC member identified by the Government. The objective of SBIR Phase III is for a small business to pursue technology maturation and commercialization objectives resulting from previous SBIR work. SBIR Phase III projects are funded by individual U.S. Government organizations and not by the SBIR program, which is the case for SBIR Phase I and Phase II contracts.
Signatory Authority is an individual (usually a corporate officer) who is authorized to sign permit applications, permit modification requests, reports, and other documents on behalf of a permittee or “Regulated Person” per RCSA §§22a-430-3(b)(2)(A). This person must sign the Subscriber Agreement in Section D. • Who can be the Signatory Authority? For a corporation: a responsible corporate officer. For the purposes of this section, a responsible corporate officer means: a president, secretary, treasurer, or vice-president of the corporation in charge of a principal business function, or any other person who performs similar policy- or decision-making functions for the corporation, or the manager of one or more manufacturing, production, or operating facilities employing more than 250 persons or having gross annual sales or expenditures exceeding twenty-five million dollars (in second quarter 1980 dollars),if authority to sign documents has been assigned or delegated to the manager in accordance with corporate procedures. • The Subscriber is person who will electronically submit the data and sign the DMR’s. They must sign Section E. • If the Signatory Authority person (named in Section D) will be signing and submitting DMR’s, then this individual must also sign Section E as a Subscriber. • The Signatory Authority may duly authorize other individual(s) to sign and submit DMR’s. Such individual(s) must each sign a separate Section E as a Subscriber. (see RCSA §§22a-430- 3(b)(2)(B)). • Subscribers are required to be employees of the permittee. A contractor or consultant cannot be named as a duly authorized representative of the permittee, and so cannot be a Subscriber. Where to Submit