Wards definition

Wards means such areas within the zones of the Corporation determined by the State Government under ;

Examples of Wards in a sentence

  • Wards and representation (1) If, immediately before the commencement day, a former district had a ward system under the former provisions that system (including the boundaries of the wards and the numbers of offices of councillor for the wards) continues to apply on and after the commencement day until it is changed or discontinued under this Act.

  • Aerosol and Surface Distribution of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 in Hospital Wards, Wuhan, China, 2020.

  • Wards of disabled in service and boarded out with disability attributable to military service.

  • The Council’s Constitution requires that all decisions which require expenditure in excess of £500,000 or involve two or more Council Wards must be published in the Forward Plan.

  • Duke Power Co., 401 U.S. 424 (1971), and in the other Supreme Court decisions prior to Wards Cove Packing Co. v.

More Definitions of Wards

Wards means a geographical subdivision of the
Wards means such areas within the zones of the Corporation determined by
Wards means the area from which Aldermen are elected as prescribed by ordinance.
Wards means any person in respect of whose person, or the whole or any part of whose property, or of whose person, and property, the Court of Wards by this Act constituted for the time being has assumedSuperintendence, but shall not include a joint proprietor, the Superintendence of whose property has been assumed by the Court of Wards under section 8. Chapter II THE COURT OF WARDS AND ITS JURISDICTION.