Territory definition

Territory means worldwide.
Territory means the entire world.
Territory means the world.

Examples of Territory in a sentence

  • Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976 (Cth).” Foundingdocs.gov.au.

  • SAP will defend Provider and its Affiliates against claims brought by a third party owner of intellectual property alleging that Provider´s use of the SAP Cloud Service in the Territory in accordance with the Agreement infringes or misappropriates a patent claim, copyright, or trade secret right.

  • SAP grants to Provider, a non-exclusive, non-transferable, right in the Territory to use the SAP Cloud Service solely for Customers and their Affiliates’ internal business operations in conjunction with the provision of BPO Services.

  • The State Government/Union Territory Administration can also directly cancel the award if duly satisfied of the reasons of violation of these regulations governing the scheme.

  • In a formal com- munication sent to the office of the Chief Secretary, Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday the Union Home Ministry said after examining the issue of Village Defence Committees it has been decided that the members of the village defence group shall be designated as Village Defence Guards(VDG).


More Definitions of Territory

Territory means all countries of the world.
Territory means the United States.
Territory means:
Territory means all the countries and territories of the world.
Territory means all of the countries in the world, and their territories and possessions.