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trustee

A person entrusted to perform a particular task.

trustee

Vox populi A person entrusted to perform a particular task. See Health information.
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Therefore, for Western Sahara, a temporary trusteeship agreement is preferable to the current situation with the de jure administering authority (Spain) not complying with its obligations and a state exercising de facto control as an occupying power (Morocco) conducts its policies without regard to the interests and rights of the peoples belonging to the territory (the Saharawis).
The transitional administration or trusteeship model typically minimizes sovereignty sharing with domestic political actors and places governing authority in the hands of an administrator appointed by the U.
Prospective trustees should assess whether and what an attorney should review in the trust document before accepting a trusteeship.
The Trusteeship Agreement would have legally obliged United Nations member states to ensure the peaceful transition of the "British Mandate for Palestine"--which the British had announced they would terminate on 15 May 1948--into a newly created entity to be known as the "UN Trusteeship for Palestine" (hereinafter the Trusteeship).
The document introduces a new part according to which, in the interests of the ward, the guardianship and trusteeship authority in the agreement on the exercise of guardianship or trusteeship may indicate certain actions that the guardian or guardian is obliged to perform in order to preserve the child-parent relationship between the parent serving the sentence in places of deprivation of liberty, and a child temporarily under guardianship, through telephone communication and video communication.
The international community has already created systems for non-state, yet national, entities to participate in international politics with states: the trusteeship system.
But the government has made it clear it will resist any attempt to impose trusteeship or protectorate status on South Sudan.
In fact, anti-Soviet forces opposing the Moscow Agreement and the FourPower Trusteeship were completely excluded from the cabinet; at this stage, members of the Workers Party of South Korea headed by Park Hon-yong occupied prominent positions in the cabinet.
Currently, Smith is a director of the boards of the California League of Conservation Voters Education Fund and the Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Los Angeles as well as a member of The Trusteeship, an affiliate of the International Women's Forum, and the Committee of 100, a national organization for US-China relations.
Geared toward the study of English law in a Bachelor of Laws (LLB), postgraduate, or conversion course, this work contains 13 chapters discussing equity and trusts, the creation of express private trusts, purpose trusts, constitution of trusts, secret trusts, protective and discretionary Trusts, Resulting Trusts and Constructive Trusts, Charitable trusts, the nature of trusteeship, the duties of the trustees, the power of trustees, variation of trusts, breach of trust and remedies.
When former President Ali Abdulla Saleh requested regional and international observers for the handover of power, this meant placing the country under trusteeship.
2140) did not place Yemen under the international trusteeship.