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mandate

An order or edict to perform a particular task.

mandate

(măn′dāt)
1. A legal, ethical, or political requirement to execute actions or orders.
2. An order from a higher authority to an officer of a lower court.
mandatory, adjective
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Currently, members / MF distributors register paper based mandates for their investors which is time consuming as it involves obtaining signature of an investor on the form and submission of physical form at service centre for processing.
Because of these genuine concerns, we say the renewal of the mandate of UNMISS in December this needs to be done with the approval of the people and the government," further said the cabinet minister.
According to Greg Scandlen, publisher of the letter, which focuses on health benefits reform on the state and federal levels, earlier reports show about 820 mandates in effect, while the new study identifies 992.
A budget document or financial report can be one way of accomplishing this, or a jurisdiction could even construct a mandate catalog.
Should we take his decisive victory as a mandate to change the form of government, to invite the armed Left to sit in government, to rehabilitate the image of Ferdinand Marcos in our nation's history, to restore the death penalty, etc.
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.
Unless otherwise ordered by the court or provided by these rules, the clerk shall issue such mandate or process as may be directed by the court after expiration of 15 days from the date of an order or decision.
Speaking during a joint press conference with his Romanian counterpart, Victor Ponta, on Thursday, Erdoy-an said: "The mandate that will be introduced on Oct.
2668, the "Authority for Mandate Delay Act," introduced by Rep.
Briefly speaking, the mandate is a very useful tool because it facilitates human action by crossing the bridges created by geographical distances and the limited time we have available.
For their part, defenders of the mandate have advanced their own slippery slope scenarios, claiming that a decision striking down the mandate would imperil major Supreme Court federalism precedents, restore the much-reviled Lochner v.