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nominal share capital

the maximum amount of SHARE CAPITAL that a JOINT-STOCK COMPANY can issue at any time. This amount is disclosed in the BALANCE SHEET and may be altered by SHAREHOLDERS at the company ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. See also ISSUED SHARE CAPITAL.
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Budget authority allows federal agencies to incur obligations and authorizes payments to be made out of the Treasury.
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Gonzales dodged that the first time, and when Feingold followed up in a more general way-whether "the President has the constitutional authority, at least in theory, to authorize violations of criminal law"--Gonzales said, "Senator, in my judgment, you have phrased sort of a hypothetical situation."
The court's purpose is to review government applications for national security electronic monitoring and searches and authorize their use with appropriate limitations.
The provision, however, does not amend section 6062 of the Internal Revenue Code, which expressly authorizes other officers to sign corporate tax returns.
We did not authorize military tribunals suspending due process and habeas corpus.
Consumers sometimes authorize third-party payees, by telephone or on-line, to submit recurring charges against a credit card account.
ILO members may bring complaints when other members fail to comply with Conventions, but the ILO may not authorize specific trade measures or specific sanctions.
It may be important to point out that Security Council Resolution 678 of 29 November 1990 authorized member states to use "all necessary means," which includes force, to carry out not only Resolution 660 of August of the same year demanding withdrawal from Kuwait but also "all subsequent relevant resolutions." Does this mean that the violation of any United Nations resolution following the 1991 cease-fire automatically authorizes any member of the organization at any time in the future to use "all necessary means," including force?
An initial assessment and periodic reassessments of functional disability and need for services are required to determine program eligibility and authorize benefit amounts.
The proposed amendment (not to be confused with the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, the widely supported bipartisan law ruled unconstitutional on technical grounds by the Supreme Court in June 1997) would authorize organized group religious devotions in public school classrooms, at graduation ceremonies, and at other public venues and is intended to authorize tax support for sectarian private schools and other institutions.