successorship

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.
'Remain' supporters are ruled out for the successorship. Equally, vocal Brexiteers would be unlikely to gain broad, middle-ground support.
The Law360 contract has an unusual successorship provision, meaning that if LexisNexis sells Law360, any acquirer would be required to comply with the contract's provisions--and could not, for instance, order a pay cut.
"Successorship doctrine relates to mergers, acquisitions and contract assumptions, which go on every day in American business and industry," Jacob said.
The union contract has a successorship clause, which would have allowed it to veto the purchase.
(b) Partial successorship. If an employer acquires part of the business, organization, or trade of another employer, the employer medical assistance contribution rates of the two employers will remain unchanged because of the ownership change.
Collective bargaining agreements sometimes include "successorship" provisions that may affect buyers' rights and obligations.
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.
I conclude our interview by asking Andrew if, given this important involvement with the CBSO for this project, he might consider himself in the frame for the Andris Nelsons successorship? "I'm afraid I'm going to have to regretfully wriggle out of the question about the CBSO principal conductor," is his tactful reply.
Fairchild, Successorship Doctrine: A Hybrid Approach Threatens to Extend the Doctrine When the Union Strikes Out, 28 St.