Transitory definition

Transitory means messages which serve to convey information of temporary importance in lieu of oral communication. Transitory messages are only required for a limited time to ensure the completion of a routine action or the preparation of a subsequent record. Transitory messages are not required to control, support or to document the operations of government.
Transitory means “actual or expected duration of 6 months or less”

Examples of Transitory in a sentence

  • Transitory provision 952/2013 7 Regulation (EU) No of the European Parliament and of the Council of 9 October 2013 laying down the Union Customs Code (OJ L 269, 10.10.2013, p.

  • Transitory email consists of electronic messages that are created primarily for the communication of informal information as opposed to the perpetuation or formalization of knowledge.

  • Transitory email should be destroyed once it has served its purpose.

  • The Clerk of the Parliament must send a copy of a resolution to the Queen's Printer for Scotland immediately after it is passed.Articles 5, 7(1), 8 and 9 of the Scotland Act 1998 (Transitory and Transitional Provisions) (Statutory Instruments) Order 1999 (S.I. 1999/1096) apply in relation to that copy resolution as if it were a Scottish statutory instrument.

  • Transitory measures were negotiated with trade unions and employer organizations.

  • The City Manager may at their discretion determine that Transitory Records, Official Records or Records containing Personal Information be retained longer than the period provided for in this Bylaw when deemed appropriate to provide future business, historical or legal value of the City.

  • The Bill makes amendments to the Scottish Interpretation Order [the Scotland Act 1998 (Transitory and Transitional Provisions) (Publication and Interpretation etc of Acts of the Scottish Parliament) Order 1999 (S.I. 1999/1379)] to insert definitions relating to the European Communities and to provide that references to EC instruments in Acts of the Scottish Parliament are references to that instrument as amended.

  • Identification of a Transitory Record shall be determined by using the definitions in this Bylaw.

  • Transitory measures 19 ESMA • 103, rue de Grenelle • 75007 Paris • France • Tel.

  • Book V, for instance, consists of Title XV (on contracts relating to the assignment of rights), Title XVI (contracts for the performance of services), Title XVII (contracts for the custody, use or possession of chattels), Title XVIII (contracts relating to immovable property), Title XIX (administrative contracts), Title XX (Compromise and Arbitral Submission), Title XXI (Provisions dealing with law repealed by the Code) and Title XXII (Transitory provisions).

Related to Transitory

  • certificated means, in relation to a share, a share which is not in uncertificated form;

  • Surviving Corporation has the meaning set forth in Section 2.1.

  • Clearly and conspicuously means that a required disclosure is difficult to miss (i.e., easily noticeable) and easily understandable by ordinary consumers, including in all of the following ways:

  • Uncertificated Securities (as defined in Section 8-102(a)(18) of the Uniform Commercial Code, as adopted in the State of New York) ("Uncertificated Securities"), (2) Partnership Interests (as defined in the Pledge Agreement) and (3) Limited Liability Company Interests (as defined in the Pledge Agreement), in each case issued from time to time by the Issuer, whether now existing or hereafter from time to time acquired by such Pledgor (with all of such Uncertificated Securities, Partnership Interests and Limited Liability Company Interests being herein collectively called the "Issuer Pledged Interests"); and

  • Corporation means a corporation, association, company, joint-stock company or business trust.

  • air carrier means an air transport undertaking with a valid operating licence;

  • Clear and conspicuous means that a notice is reasonably understandable and designed to call attention to the nature and significance of the information in the notice.

  • Certificated Securities means Securities in the form of physical, certificated Securities in registered form.

  • Laws of the Game means the official laws of the game of football and futsal as promulgated by FIFA;

  • U.S.-flag air carrier means an air carrier holding a certificate under 49 U.S.C. Chapter 411.