regalian

regalian

(rɪˈɡeɪlɪən)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) of or relating to regalia or royalty
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These marquees include Rayans Marquee, La Pearl Wedding Hall, Venue One Marquee, Capitol Marquee, Galaxy Marquee, Rohtas Marquee, Regalian Gold Marquee, Occasions, and Golden Horse Marquee.
We can distinguish in this system two different theories: the regalian and the res-nullius.
Major concerns for the revisionists would be achieving a just approach to the Regalian doctrine; the type of autonomous government; the economic model for the constituent states; and sharing the burden of external debt.
HThe only man to have been chairman of both Swansea and Cardiff City football clubs, the founder and chief executive of one of the UK's biggest listed property firms Regalian, a former owner of Land's End, a card carrying member of the Labour Party, and currently an unpaid adviser to the Welsh Government on real estate matters, as well as being a board member of Cardiff Airport?
78) Thus, in many cases, colonists were lured to new inhospitable areas by the promise of favourable concessions and privileges from, for example, the Bishop of Utrecht and the Count of Holland, who had usurped complete regalian rights over vast expanses of wasteland after the collapse of the Carolingian Empire in the tenth century, (79) and now needed labour to complete reclamation projects in the marshes of Holland.
Whilst royal gifts of whole territories may imply that uncultivated land pertained in some general sense to regalian public authority, royal claims tend only to be direct and immediate where they link to more concerted exploitation, through a royal villa or other centre, or where they underpin claims of ownership on the part of an ecclesiastical institution which had been given royal property in a locality (32).
Also known as the Regalian Doctrine, Spanish rulers relied on the legal principle that all lands and resources that were not formally claimed and granted by the Crown as private property were presumed to belong to the state, being part of the public domain.
To guarantee this independence, the states must agree to set up administrative authorities with regalian powers, which - if a criminal offence is committed either by the press or by the enemies of the press - must be able to bring proceedings before national or European courts.
As Charles IV received new reports of events occurring France, his ministers fought to preserve his regalian rights by trying to keep such news from spreading, taking pains to make censorship more rigid and publications more closely monitored.
financial means may sometimes be limited, with authorities also having to perform their regalian public service missions--education, health and welfare, transport, streets and roads, urban planning, etc.
In the opening stages of the European overseas expansion, territorial claims and overlordship rights presented the contemporaries with a set of complex problems in the areas of sovereignty, royal power, and regalian rights.
Peter's rapid advance was all the more remarkable in that he was a complete outsider in the rigidly structured world of regalian France: a Lombard, without feudal status, royal or ecclesiastical network, and no financial standing: possessed only of his status as master and scholar.