the Parent Governors definition

the Parent Governors means the Governors appointed pursuant to Articles 53 to 58 inclusive;
the Parent Governors means the Governors appointed pursuant to Articles 66 to 68 inclusive;
the Parent Governors means the Governors appointed pursuant to Articles

Examples of the Parent Governors in a sentence

  • Subject to Article 57, the Parent Governors shall be elected by parents of registered pupils at the Academy.

  • Subject to Article 57, the Parent Governor(s) shall be elected by parents of registered pupils at the Academy.

  • Any election of persons who are to be the Parent Governors which is contested shall be held by secret ballot.

  • The LGB shall make all necessary arrangements for, and determine all other matters relating to, an election and appointment of the Parent Governors.

  • Subject to Article 57, the Parent Governors shall be elected by parents of registered pupils at the alternative provision Academy.

  • The arrangements made for the election of the Parent Governors shall provide for every person who is entitled to vote in the election to have an opportunity to do so by post or, if he/she prefers, by having his/her ballot paper returned to the Academy by a registered pupil at the Academy.

  • The arrangements made for the election of the Parent Governors of the Local Governing Body shall provide for every person who is entitled to vote in the election to have an opportunity to do so by post or, if s/he prefers, by having his/her ballot paper returned to the Academy by a student registered at the academy.

  • Inland Waterways Authority of India having office at Guwahati is responsible for planning, execution, development and management of National Waterways-2 for the purpose of Shipping, Navigation and promotion of IWT.

  • Any election of persons who are to be the Parent Governors of the Local Governing Body which is contested shall be held by secret ballot.

  • The arrangements made for the election of the Parent Governors shall provide for every person who is entitled to vote in the election to have an opportunity to do so by post or, if he prefers, by having his ballot paper returned to the Academy by a registered pupil at the Academy.


More Definitions of the Parent Governors

the Parent Governors means the Governors appointed pursuant to Articles53 to 58 inclusive
the Parent Governors means the Governors appointed pursuant to Articles 53 to 58 inclusive;;
the Parent Governors means the Governors appointed pursuant to Articles 51 to 56 inclusive;
the Parent Governors means the Governor(s) appointed pursuant to Articles 53 to 57 inclusive;
the Parent Governors means the Governors appointed pursuant to Articles 53 to 58 inclusive; bb1 "Parish" means the Church of England parish in which the Academy is situated or which it serves; bb2 "Principal" means the head teacher of the Academy;

Related to the Parent Governors

  • the Governors means the directors of the Academy Trust (and “Governor” means any one of those directors), subject to the definition of this term at Article 6.9(b) in relation to Articles 6.2-6.9;

  • Board of Governors means the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System of the United States of America.

  • Staff Governor means an employee of the Academy Trust who may be appointed as a Governor pursuant to Article 50A;

  • Further Governors means Governors who may be appointed by the Secretary of State under the Articles of Association if a Special Measures Termination Event, as defined in this Agreement, occurs;

  • Additional Governors means the Governors appointed pursuant to Article 62 and 62A;

  • Regulation CF means Regulation Crowdfunding promulgated under the Securities Act.

  • Regulation U means Regulation U of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, as in effect from time to time.

  • Federal Reserve Board means the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.

  • FRB means the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System of the United States.

  • Company Governing Documents means the Company Bylaws and the Company Certificate.