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Registrar

Financial institution appointed to record issue and ownership of company securities.

Registrar

A company or other organization that handles records for stocks and bonds. That is, a registrar maintains records of who owns individual shares or bonds in exchange for a fee paid by the issuer. Registrars help ensure that shares and bonds are authentic and that bonds represent a legitimate legal obligation on the part of the issuer.

registrar

A firm that updates stock records using information sent by the transfer agent. Essentially, the registrar makes certain that the issued certificates correspond with those that have been canceled.

Registrar

see COMPANY REGISTRAR, REGISTRAR OF COMPANIES.

registrar

A person charged with maintaining official records, such as deeds and mortgages.
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Afridi added that the registrar and the additional registrar are supposed to appointed by the high court administration on merit, by promoting a district and sessions judge and additional sessions judge, on merit.
PESHAWAR: A Peshawar High Court (PHC) bench has issued notifications to the court's chief justice via his principal staff, its administrative committee and provincial government in a petition challenging the decision to appoint the court's registrar and additional registrar from the bureaucracy, a local news outlet reported.
We documented the number of registrars writing each FCS final examination, the examination success rate, the number of registrars who stayed in the state sector versus those who went into private practice after passing the examination, the number of registrars who went overseas, and the number of registrars who undertook subspecialist training.
Once integrated, all New gTLD clients will be in an advantageous position to channel their string to LogicBoxes' existing base of 100+ Registrars and 100,000+ Resellers.
Registrars use computers on a regular basis to record information, and deal with a lot of paperwork.
A major change is that ICANN wants registrars to pay $0.
Especially useful is a list of all the proposed new registrars in the United States and abroad.
And, in case the registrar later leaves the business--or ceases business altogether--does it have a memorandum of understanding with one or more other registrars to which the registration could be transferred?
is one of the largest Internet Corporations for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) accredited domain name registrars in the world.
According to a notification, those assistant registrars (BS-18) were promoted as Deputy Registrars (BS-19) include:
In a letter sent to the 42 new generic top level domain name registrars, the EC's Directorate General IV requests information about NSI's conduct during the introduction of competition into the gTLD space.

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