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Appointment

A designation in which a person or company allows an agent to act on their behalf. See also: Agency.
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The council is required to appoint someone within 30 days of Smyth's resignation or call a special election, which would cost about $175,000.
New President for Trade Marks OfficeThe Council of Ministers also agreed on 2 May to appoint Wubbo de Boer as President of the Alicante-based Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market (trade marks, designs and models) for the period extending from October 2000 to 30 September 2005.
95-58, the IRS has revoked two prior revenue rulings and modified a third as a result of recent court decisions on the right of a grantor to remove a trustee and appoint a new one.
Form 2848, "Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative," was used to appoint CPAS, lawyers and enrolled agents; a taxpayer that wished to appoint someone else for representation (that is, an unenrolled return preparer) was required to file Form 2848-D, "Tax Information Authorization and Declaration of Representative.
The Foreign Ministry will appoint ambassadors to Italy and Portugal from outside the ministry, Foreign Minister Yoriko Kawaguchi said Tuesday.
The board will decide at its August meeting whether to appoint someone or hold an election.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- IndustrivEnrden's (STO:INDUA) (STO:INDUC) 2006 Annual General Meeting resolved to assign the Chairman of the Board to contact the four largest registered shareholders in terms of votes in VPC's printout of the shareholder register on August 31, 2006, who each appoint one representative who is not a director on the Company's board, to form together with the Chairman of the Board a nominating committee for the time until a new nominating committee has been appointed based on the mandate from the next year's Annual General Meeting.