State authority definition

State authority. ’ means an authority of a State designated under State law—
State authority means a public authority or public benefit corporation created by or existing under the Public Authorities Law or any other law of the state of New York, with one or more of its members appointed by the governor or who serve as members by virtue of holding a civil office of the state, other than an interstate or international authority or public benefit corporation, including subsidiaries of such public authority or public benefit corporation.
State authority means an authority that is a state elected official, agency, board, commission, committee, council, depart- ment or public body corporate and politic created by constitution, statute, rule or order; a state governmental or quasi−governmental corporation; the supreme court or court of appeals; or the assem- bly or senate.

Examples of State authority in a sentence

SPC shall use only control agents that are approved by the Australia Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) and registered for use in the relevant State or Territory or in accordance with any permit issued by APVMA or State Authority.

An employee engaged on all spray applications carried out in other than a properly constructed booth approved by the relevant State Authority: 3.2% of the standard rate per hour.

A tradesperson who is the holder of a scaffolding certificate or rigging certificate issued by the relevant State Authority and is required to act on that certificate whilst engaged on work requiring a certificated person: 3.2% of the standard rate per hour.

Pursuant to subdivision 2 of Section 2801 of PAL, on or before November 1,2006, the Agency will submit to the Mayor, City Manager, City Controller and Common Council of the City of Glens Falls (the "City"), along with the New York State Authority Budget Office, the Agency's budget for fiscal year ending December 31, 2007.

Consequently, the State Authority on Anti-corruption (SAA) was established in 2006.


More Definitions of State authority

State authority means any organ of a State at each level of authority, whether the organ exercises legislative, executive, judicial or any other state functions, and including, without limitation, all central, regional, municipal, local and judicial organs or any consistent element of such organs having the power to govern, adjudicate, regulate, levy or collect taxes, duties or other charges, grant licences or permits or approvals or otherwise affect the rights and obligations of any Project Participants, their successors and permitted assignees, in respect of Project Activities.
State authority means the Iowa department of public health, division of behavioral health, which regulates the treatment of opiate addiction with opioid drugs.
State authority means a State Legal Services Authority constituted under section 6;
State authority means the Kentucky Public Transportation Infrastructure Authority created under KRS 175B.015.
State authority means the Virginia Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Services. This is the agency designated by the Governor to exercise the responsibility and authority for governing the treatment of opiate addiction with an opioid drug.
State authority means any executive authority, public institution, ministry, agency, or any other governmental authority that exercises legislative, executive or judicial powers.
State authority means the Governor or Administrator of a State;