Mandate


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Mandate

Allocation of funds to an investment manager to be managed for a specific purpose or style. Also refers to the formal appointment to advise on or arrange a project financing.

Mandate

1. See: Order.

2. The appointment of a person to make arrangements for the financing of a project.
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The new solution is more efficient and user-friendly than the traditional, existing direct debit mandate.
Most employers subject to the mandate already comply with it.
VMRO-DPMNE and BDI that are partners in the executive power since 2008 - in two mandates thus far launched the negotiations for renewing the coalition.
If, within 120 days after a mandate has been issued, the court directs that a mandate be recalled, then the clerk shall recall the mandate.
4, 2012, after mortar shells from Syria killed five civilians in a border town in Turkey, the government received a one-year mandate from Parliament for military operations in foreign countries.
Following an approach similar to that of Gruber to consider the labor market effects of maternity LOS mandates, we use the adoption of state as well as federal legislation (which is rare given the historical role of states in regulating insurance) to control for unobserved characteristics, including both the decision to mandate and the timing of states' adoption of the mandates.
To be exempt from a mandate, the school district must petition its regional superintendant of schools by February 15 of each year requesting to be exempt from implementing the mandate in the next school year.
Grossman, Peterson, and Stimson never specifically define "mandate," and they admit that "[w]e could not agree if that election [1994] had been a mandate or if any election could be a mandate.
A federal solution to this national challenge is required, not the BandAid approach of mandate on top of mandate currently underway in New Hampshire.
Alec Ornstein, president of Garden City-based Ornstein Leyton Company, one of the region's largest homebuilders, said elected officials on Long Island will need government mandates to move forward on affordable workforce housing.
It's uncertain if the council members would prefer the cost of this living-wage mandate be paid by seeing fewer entry-level workers hired at the hotels; or an increase in room rates; or a cut in company profits, which may lead to smaller investments in the hotels.
Since our last report, 9 mandates have either replaced older mandates or represented amendments to mandates, and 1 mandate, concerning direct support to the central government of Cambodia, has expired.