Definition of Mandatary. Meaning of Mandatary. Synonyms of Mandatary

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Definition of Mandatary

Mandatary
Mandatary Man"da*ta*ry, n. [L. mandatarius, fr. mandatum a charge, commission, order: cf. F. mandataire. See Mandate.] 1. One to whom a command or charge is given; hence, specifically, a person to whom the pope has, by his prerogative, given a mandate or order for his benefice. --Ayliffe. 2. (Law) One who undertakes to discharge a specific business commission; a mandatory. --Wharton.

Meaning of Mandatary from wikipedia

- Under Louisiana state law only, the agent is referred to as a "mandatary". See Mandatary Definition from Louisiana Civil Code Art. 2989 "Attorney-in-Fact"...
- parties, and also a relationship of mandate in which an "agent" is bound as mandatary to carry out some task for the prin****l as mandator. In general, the...
- extinguished by the death of the mandator or mandatary; however, if the mandator's death is unknown to the mandatary he can still bring the actio mandati. A...
- insertion of several articles "that did not preserve the prerogatives of the mandatary power", the ****embly was dissolved on August 9, 1928. On May 14, 1930...
- president. Kolbow was still elected, by a provincial diet dominated by **** mandataries, his successors were appointed, with the diet officially dissolved in...
- Indonesia, Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces of Indonesia, Great Leader of the Revolution, Mandatary of Provisional People's Colsultative ****embly)...
- ascertained and sanctioned by mandataries of the Minister of Public Administration, by the Prefect or his mandataries, and are applied to the director...
- insertion of several articles "that did not preserve the prerogatives of the mandatary power", the ****embly was dissolved on August 9, 1928. On May 14, 1930...
- counterdemand, countermand, demand, demandant, encomienda, mandamus, mandatary, mandate, mandator, mandatory, recommend, recommendation, remand, remandment...
- name of the person against whom they were directed; the recipient, or mandatary, filled in the name in order to make the letter effective. Protests against...
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