Warden definition

Warden means the Warden In-charge of Hall of Residence VIII and includes other Wardens of the said Hall.
Warden means the administrative head of a correctional facility.
Warden means a warden of mines appointed in accordance with this Act or deemed so to be and includes a person appointed to be an acting warden;

Examples of Warden in a sentence

  • The Junior Warden will write up a summary of the Reception to be published in the Newsletter, Website and any relevant publication.

  • Board Chairman Elizabeth Dorff suggested that the Board’s Facilities sub-committee be the group to meet with the Tree Warden.

  • Ct. 2005); see also PEDF, 108 A.3d at 167 (quoting In re Estate of Warden, 2 A.3d 565, 572 (Pa.Super.2010)) (“The primary duty of a trustee is the preservation of the assets of the trust and the safety of the trust principal”).

  • Warden Jordan Hamilton Co. #4 Co. #6 (First Aid) Co. #5 (Restricted)Driver: Captain: Tom Pisano No positions to elect2 yr.

  • In an emergency situation the visiting program and other inmate program activities may be suspended by the Warden or designee.

More Definitions of Warden

Warden means a warden of mines appointed in accordance with this Act;
Warden means the warden at an institution, or desig- nee.
Warden means a fire warden ap- pointed under ORS 477.355.[1959 c.363 §2 (en- acted in lieu of 477.002); 1961 c.603 §1; 1965 c.253 §44; 1967 c.429 §34; 1973 c.46 §1; 1983 c.22 §1; 1985 c.759 §32; 1997 c.274 §1; 1999 c.59 §156; 1999 c.355 §2; 2003 c.54 §3]
Warden means the Member of Council duly elected as the Warden by the Council and by virtue of their office acts as Head of Council, Ex-Officio and Presiding Officer.
Warden or "fish and game warden" means a conservation