1. Of or relating to an official visitor or visit.
2. Having the right or power of visitation.
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(ˌvɪzɪtəˈtɔːrɪəl) or


1. of, relating to, or for an official visitation or visitor
2. empowered to make official visitations
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(120.) Ibid (the case also suggests that certain grants of visitatorial authority may also place an institution outside the statutory definition of charity).
Corporations cannot invoke that privilege because of "the reservation of the visitatorial power of the State, and in the authority of the National Government where the corporate activities are in the domain subject to the powers of Congress." (231)
(41) See T G Matthews, "The Office of the University Visitor' (1980) 11 University of Queensland Law Journal 152; Robert J Sadler, 'The University Visitor: Visitatorial Precedent and Procedure in Australia' (1981) 7 University of Tasmania Law Review 2; S Robinson, 'The Office of Visitor of an Eleemosynary Corporation: Some Ancient and Modern Principles' (1994) 18 University of Queensland Law Journal 106; Whalley and Evans, above n 18.
(190.) See Roscoe Pound, Visitatorial Jurisdiction over