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grant·ee

 (grăn-tē′)
n. Law
A person or organization that is given a grant.
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grantee

(ɡrɑːnˈtiː)
n
(Law) law a person to whom a grant is made
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gran•tee

(grænˈti, grɑn-)

n.
the receiver of a grant.
[1400–50]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.grantee - a recipient of a grant
recipient, receiver - a person who receives something
2.grantee - someone to whom the title of property is transferred
recipient, receiver - a person who receives something
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Translations

grantee

[grɑːnˈtiː] Ncesionario/a m/f
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grantee

nBegünstigte(r) mf; (Jur) → Zessionar(in) m(f), → Rechtsnachfolger(in) m(f)
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The franchise grantee must also conform to the ethics of honest enterprise and not use its facilities for obscene or indecent transmission, or for dissemination of deliberately false information or will misrepresentation or assist in subversive or treasonable acts.
A common issue plaguing estate planning attorneys and title attorneys is the "pocket deed" (a nondelivered deed), which is a deed executed by a titleholder during his or her life, where the grantor instructs the deed to be delivered to the grantee upon the titleholder's death or some other condition.
In celebration of 15 years of giving and impact, LCCF awarded 15 anniversary grants to a mix of new and previous grantees. Maggie Morales, the Foundation's Director of Community Leadership and Investment shared, "We're elated that nearly half of our 2018 grantee organizations are new to the Foundation.
* "Non-selected SIF applicants." The evaluation compared SIF grantees with applicants that had submitted satisfactory SIF applications but did not receive a SIF grant, providing an important counterfactual for the SIF grantee experience.
Co-directors Jasmina Metwaly and Philip Rizk are return grantees with their new project On Trials after being previously granted in 2013 for their project Out on the Streets, and Kasem Khasra is also a second time grantee for I Dreamt of Empire, after his previous grant for the project Shelter in 2013.
TABLE 2 Ten Essential Environmental Public Health Services Addressed by Grantees, End of Year One Core Functions Assessment Policy Development Grantee ES1 ES2 ES3 ES4 ES5 Cerro Gordo X X X County, IA Connecticut X X X X Duval County, FL X X X Florida Department X X X X of Health Louisiana X X X Maine X X X X New Hampshire X X X X New Mexico X X X New York X X X Ohio X X X Oregon X X X X Core Functions Assurance Grantee ES6 ES7 ES8 ES9 ES10 Cerro Gordo X X County, IA Connecticut X X Duval County, FL X X Florida Department X X of Health Louisiana X Maine X X X New Hampshire X X X X New Mexico X X X New York X X Ohio X X Oregon X X
Flexibility was particularly important; every grantee was forced to narrow its menu of required data elements in response to the limited availability of easily retrievable, consistently recorded electronic data.
Types of Grants, Grant Conditions, and Grantee Noncompliance
Census estimate of the same age group in the grantee's geographic area (6).
Each post-production grantee can receive up to $60,000 of funding, while development grantees can receive up to $20,000 of funding.
* None of the five selected grantees interviewed met all 10 categories of VFC program oversight requirements, indicating grantee sites were not effective in ensuring that providers met vaccine management requirements over time.