successorship


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successorship

(səkˈsɛsəʃɪp)
n
the position or state of a successor
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At length, after another interval of successorship to Mrs Bangham, he found a pursuit for himself, and announced it.
The union contract has a successorship clause, which would have allowed it to veto the purchase.
So-called "passive" successorship provisions, such as those that merely include successors and assigns in the definition of the parties to the agreement, generally do not obligate buyers to assume the seller's CBA.
We are experienced in counseling employers during major corporate changes, such as mergers, acquisitions, shutdowns or relocations, in an effort to limit withdrawal liability from multi-employer pension funds, and in dealing with successorship obligations.
12) Turkey--as a central country and the successor of a once dominant civilization--has thus been argued to be capable of, and enjoying adequate historical accumulation to, make this successorship a part of the management of an active foreign policy, and a justification for playing a central role within world politics, with a particular emphasis on the Muslim world.
Fairchild, Successorship Doctrine: A Hybrid Approach Threatens to Extend the Doctrine When the Union Strikes Out, 28 St.
The volume concludes with three chapters on the rights of individual workers, bargaining relations in transition, and successorship.
172) In so doing, it is analogous to imposing successorship liability in products liability cases as a way of forcing selling firms to make adequate provision for tort victims.
Whether you are single, married, or a surviving widow, it is in your best interest to receive as much education as possible about wealth planning" investments, successorship, and related matters.
The Shia-Sunni rift dates back to the death of the Prophet Muhammad and the disagreement over successorship which followed.
The court also did not have a lot of guidance from other courts; only one other federal appellate court in the nation (the 6th Circuit) had analyzed the successorship inquiry under the FMLA (http://tinyurl.
In the meantime, however, the union has sent a letter to ExpressJet Holdings' management, stating that in order to win the support of its members the deal must result in a profitable airline that provides long-term stability and progressive career potential; must fully honour the scope and successorship provision of the collective bargaining agreement; management must commit to negotiating a joint collective bargaining agreement with all involved parties that benefits all pilots; and there must be a fair and equitable seniority list integration.