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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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2) As the search for more effective responses to state failure widens, scholars and policymakers have with increasing vigor endorsed variations of trusteeship, an old international legal architecture designed to perform governance and state-building functions when a sovereign state is incapacitated.
Trusteeship is not a role to be taken lightly, considering its potential for difficulty, stress, and loss.
proposed "Trusteeship Agreement for Palestine" (1) (hereinafter the Trusteeship Agreement), drafted by the U.
The drafters of the UN Charter, recognizing the stench of condescension about the definition, created a trusteeship system but defined its beneficiaries as only those who have not attained "the full measure of self government.
If the trusteeship is rejected by a majority of those participating, the NEA shall be bound by the members' vote and shall cease further a actions by returning control of the state association to the previous elected/appointed officials.
Tied to this new emphasis on self-determination was the replacement of the League's mandate system with a United Nations trusteeship system, described in Chapter XII, articles 75-85.
After World War II, the United Nations (UN) established a trusteeship system to provide international supervision of the former mandate protectorates of the League of Nations.
members who favor major alterations in the union's Constitution, to insure membership control and deny mob allies their traditional power, are wary of trusteeship.
Between Anarchy and Society: Trusteeship and the Obligations of Power, William Bain (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003), 224 pp.
State Street's Corporate Trust served as trustee and paying agent for the issuance of taxable and non-taxable securities, including the review of documents and indentures, registration and authentication of bonds, receipt and disbursement of bond sale proceeds, successor trusteeships, escrow account services and transfer and paying agency services.
State Street's Corporate Trust business includes serving as trustee and paying agent for the issuance of taxable and non-taxable securities, including the review of documents and indentures, registration and authentication of bonds, receipt and disbursement of bond sale proceeds, successor trusteeships, escrow account services and transfer and paying agency services.
This team of seasoned industry professionals will promote services such as auction agent for auction rate securities, trusteeships and escrow agency.