exequatur


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exequatur

(ˌɛksɪˈkweɪtə)
n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) an official authorization issued by a host country to a consular agent, permitting him or her to perform his or her official duties
2. (Roman Catholic Church) an act by which the civil governments of certain nations permit the laws of the Roman Catholic Church to take effect in their territories
[C18: from Latin, literally: let him perform, from exequī to perform, from ex-1 + sequī to follow]
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The Indonesian Ambassador in his series of activities in Botswana also submitted a Letter of Commission and Exequatur which marked the official commencement of Piyush Sharma's duties as the Indonesian Counselor in Gabo rone, the capital of Botswana.
La ejecucion de la primera de las leyes citadas desperto fuertes reacciones, contra las ordenanzas de los gobiernos locales que sujetaron al regimen de rentas los reditos de las capellanias vacantes ubicadas dentro de la provincia (Camara Provincial de Mariquita, 30 de setiembre de 1852, con exequatur de la Gobernacion de Provincia, 2 de octubre de 1852: <<atentado contra la propiedad>> inspirado por <<espiritu de socialismo i comunismo>>, denuncio el periodico El catolicismo del primero de marzo de 1853).
Girihagama, handed over the Commission of Appointment issued by the Government of Sri Lanka and the Exequatur granted by Canada to three Honorary Consuls for Sri Lanka who were appointed in the Canadian provinces of Alberta, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick at a ceremony held at the High Commission premises.
Minister Aidarbekov handed in exequatur, which is a legal document that permits the exercise of a right within the jurisdiction of the authority.
The Model Law's attempts to harmonize streamlined recognition standards and to steer enacting states away from time-consuming idiosyncratic local practices, such as exequatur (written official recognition giving authorization by a consular officer) and letters rogatory, (106) have succeeded.
Posteriormente, elevo dos solicitudes de exequatur que fueron resueltas en sentido contrario, aun cuando el sustento era la misma ley francesa.
Whereas in times past, a party seeking enforcement of a foreign award had to supply proof of exequatur evidencing that it had become final at the seat of the arbitration, in praesenti, through the New York Convention, one is no longer required to initiate proceedings in the jurisdiction of its origin.
7.777/1980 passa a disciplinar a execucao nos casos de ausencia de reciprocidade--que passou a poder ser suprida pelo exequatur do Governo Imperial (14).
She officially received her Exequatur from the Serbian government in March 2018.
Petrovic received her consular commission from Foreign Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano in July 2017, and she received her exequatur or official recognition from the Serbian government in March 2018.
Shaikh Faisal al Hashar, a highly respected personality, would proudly serve as the new Austrian Honorary Consul in Oman, the Ambassador said, while expressing his gratitude to His Majesty Sultan Qaboos for granting the exequatur.
En las mismas fechas, se implementaban o se reforzaban varios mecanismos de control monarquico sobre la esfera eclesiastica, caso de la institucion definitiva del pase regio o exequatur en 1768, por el cual los documentos pontificios serian retenidos en el Consejo de Castilla para ser examinados sin que se les pudiera dar curso antes de obtener licencia regia (16).