Village Executive Officer definition

Village Executive Officer means a person appointed under the relevant laws to hold the office of Village Executive Officer;

Examples of Village Executive Officer in a sentence

  • All handing over of property such as land and buildings and compensation payments will be made in the presence of the affected party and the Village Executive Officer (VEO).

  • The compensation contract will be read aloud in the presence of the affected party and the representative of the Implementing Agency, Ward Officer and Village Executive Officer prior to signing.

  • There is also a Village Executive Officer (VEO) who is appointed by the government to serve as the main executive officer for all development activities in the village.

  • In both villages, the village government is co-led by a chairman who is elected by the village assembly and a government- appointed Village Executive Officer (VEO).

  • The management agreement dated 17th June 2013 is made between Al Andalus Property Company (previous owner) and Al Ahli REIT is the current owner along with Holiday Inns Middle East Limited as the (Operator).

  • From February 21 to 27, 9 Adjudication Committee members, 23 potential para-surveyors, 4 hamlet leaders and 2 Representative of the VLC (Village Chairman and Village Executive Officer) were trained in demarcation and adjudication using the MAST application.

  • The transit pass must be shown to the Village Executive Officer, who will note its number, before any logs are removed from the village.

  • There are no records in the village of the allocation of the land.14 ▪ The Village Chairman and Village Executive Officer has concocted the minutes of a Village Council meeting, on the strength of which 20,000 acres of village land is allocated to outsiders.

  • The Village Chairperson is the chair of the council, and the Village Executive Officer, a position which has recently been clearly regarded as a local public servant, is the secretary.

  • MagungaFieldwork in Magunga commenced on January 13, when LTA met with the Village Chairman and Village Executive Officer of Magunga, who welcomed the project.

Related to Village Executive Officer

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  • President means the President of the Corporation.

  • Chief Operating Officer means the Chief Operating Officer of the Corporation.

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  • Named Executive Officers or “NEOs” means the following individuals:

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  • Executive Officers means the Company's “executive officers” as defined in 12 C.F.R. § 215.2(e)(1) (regardless of whether or not such regulation is applicable to the Company).

  • Revenue Officer means every officer of any rank whatsoever appointed under or employed for the purposes of this Act;

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