body corporate


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body corporate

body corporate

n
(Law) law a group of persons incorporated to carry out a specific enterprise. See corporation1

bod′y cor′porate



n.
Law. a corporation.
[1490–1500]
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Because, I said, our rulers will often have to practise upon the body corporate with medicines.
The overall implementation of the policy shall be the responsibility of all Federal Secretaries/Principal Accounting Officers, who will particularly ensure that each of the entitled officer in BS-20 to BS-22 including him/herself, is not in possession or in use of any project vehicle or the departmental operational/general duty vehicle, as well as, any vehicle of an organization or body corporate in his ex-officio capacity, except the only vehicle allocated to him/her through this Monetization Policy.
As optometrists my wife and I clarified our registrations, they were fine--it was the body corporate registration of the practice that they'd [GOC] made a boob on.
The Urban Redevelopment Authority of the City of Suwanee, GA is a public body corporate and politic created and existing under the state of Georgia's Urban Redevelopment Law.
Retirement Adviser can be any individual, registered partnership firm, body corporate, or any registered trust or society, which desires to engage in the activity of providing advice on National Pension System or other pension schemes regulated by PFRDA to prospects / existing subscribers or other persons or group of persons and is registered as such under the PFRDA (Retirement Advisers) Regulations.
The following body corporate owns the business carried on under the licence: Henderson Retail Limited, Limited Liability Company of which the following persons are directors: Mark Hugh Adrain, Geoffrey William Agnew, Martin John Agnew, Samuel Houston Davidson, Alan James Fitzsimmins, Neal Frances Kelly, Robert Mark McCammond, William John Ronald Whitten.
The Institute enjoys body corporate, financial and administrative independence and is connected with head of Planning and International Cooperation Commission (PICC).
HESAA is a public body corporate and politic, which is in, but not of, the Department of State of the State of New Jersey and an instrumentality of the State.
The following body corporate owns the business to be carried on under the licence:-Cavanreagh Limited whose registered office is situate at 53B Maryville Park, Belfast BT9 6LP of which the following persons are directors and the executive controllers: 1.
The movement stressed the importance of guaranteeing the equal rights of citizenship in the new constitution regardless of nationality, religion and gender, pointing out that the popular movement in Syria is a body corporate that cannot be represented by any side.
The DOTD, which is serving as the LTA's agent for constructing and operating the LA1 project, is body corporate responsible for developing and implementing programs to ensure adequate, safe, and efficient statewide transportation network.
Sealed proposals from qualified vendors for the procurement of debt collection services will be received until 2:00 PM on Thursday, April 20, 2017, by the Philadelphia Parking Authority ( the Authority ), a body corporate and politic created under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in accordance with the Act of June 19, 2001, P.