mandate

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İngilizce - İngilizce
to authorize
An official or authoritative command; an order or injunction; a commission; a judicial precept
a command
{n} a command, order, charge, commission
the commission that is given to a government and its policies through an electoral victory
A judicial command or precept proceeding from a Court or judicial officer, directing the proper officer to enforce a judgement, sentence or decree
a document giving an official instruction or command
A judicial command or order proceeding from a court or judicial officer, directing the proper officer to enforce a judgment, sentence, or decree
The Government's claim that once elected they have the right and responsibility to implement their policies
If a government or other elected body has a mandate to carry out a particular policy or task, they have the authority to carry it out as a result of winning an election or vote. The President and his supporters are almost certain to read this vote as a mandate for continued economic reform
authority given to an individual or group by others to act on their behalf in a particular matter or matters
A claim made by a victorious candidate that the electorate has given him or her special authority to carry out campaign promises
A rescript of the pope, commanding an ordinary collator to put the person therein named in possession of the first vacant benefice in his collation
{i} command, order; authorization granted from one body to a subordinate body; commission granted to a country to administer the affairs of a territory; mandated territory; order from a superior court to a lower court
Any responsibility, action or procedure that is imposed by one government on another through constitutional, legislative, administrative, executive, or judicial action as a direct order, or that is required as a condition of aid
This is an agreement between the seller and the estate agent to market the property
If someone is given a mandate to carry out a particular policy or task, they are given the official authority to do it. How much longer does the independent prosecutor have a mandate to pursue this investigation?
The formal appointment to advise on or arrange a project financing
make mandatory; "the new director of the schoolbaord mandated regular tests"
An authoritative command or instruction when used as a noun To make mandatory, as by law; decree or require when used as a verb
A command, order, or direction, written or oral, which court is authorized to give and person is bound to obey
Law requiring that a health plan or insurance carrier must offer a particular procedure or type of coverage
The issues for a country or territory held in mandate, ie, controlled, by another country as a result of war, or in trust while awaiting a peace treaty Also, the area so administered
You can refer to the fixed length of time that a country's leader or government remains in office as their mandate. his intention to leave politics once his mandate ends
When someone is mandated to carry out a particular policy or task, they are given the official authority to do it. He'd been mandated by the West African Economic Community to go in and to enforce a ceasefire The elections are mandated by a peace accord signed by the government last May
A judicial command or precept proceeding from a court or judicial officer, directing the proper officer to enforce a judgment, sentence, or decree
In special education, a requirement from the federal or state level that delineates specific tasks or steps to be carried out
require that something be done
An order; in the Gazetteer, it is usually an order from the king to a royal official such as a sheriff
a territory surrendered by Turkey or Germany after World War I and put under the tutelage of some other European power until they ar able to stand by themselves
the policies on which a party is said to have been elected to government if successful at an election, contained mostly in party policy documents and the main party policy speech during an election campaign
assign authority to
{f} grant a country the right to administer a territory; issue a command, make an official order
the commission that is given to a government and its policies through an electoral victory a document giving an official instruction or command a territory surrendered by Turkey or Germany after World War I and put under the tutelage of some other European power until they ar able to stand by themselves assign authority to make mandatory; "the new director of the schoolbaord mandated regular tests"
1 A judicial command; an official mode of communicating the judgment of the appellant court to the lower court
a commission given to one nation by a group of nations to administer the government and affairs of a territory or colony
A specific procedure or coverage that a plan or insurance contract must offer, dictated by state or federal law
A contract by which one employs another to manage any business for him
assign under a mandate; "mandate a colony
Items required to be funded in a district's budget, which are determined by State and Federal law Districts are observed and evaluated by the State Department of Education for compliance of mandates
is the requirement that empower an organization to collect data and to report them Mandates must be clear and specific They may be functional needs that must be met in order to fulfill information demands Mandates are sometimes open to interpretation and sometimes very detailed in their expectations and limitations The user of DataSpecs may have the flexibility to define mandates as needed However, legal descriptions of exactly what must and cannot be collected may also exist
assign under a mandate; "mandate a colony"
Political request from the European Commission (EC) (and European Free Trade Association (EFTA)), agreed upon by the Member States (generally via a decision of the Standing Committee of the Directive 98/34), addressed to CEN, in support of an action from the EC This can be in support of legislative work such as a directive (some directives, not all, are 'New Approach' Directives), or in support of an industrial policy action from the EC Procedure - Proposal for New Work Procedure - Candidate Harmonized Standards GD - Mandates GD - Relation between European Standards and the Essential Requirements of New Approach Directives
The agreement between a client and investment manager laying down how the fund is to be managed May include performance targets by reference to a benchmark
To mandate something means to make it mandatory. The proposed initiative would mandate a reduction of carbon dioxide of 40% Quebec mandated that all immigrants send their children to French schools. constitutionally mandated civil rights
By the Roman law, it must have been gratuitous
injunction
Mandate of Heaven
Translation of Mandarin "天命" (Tiānmìng)
Mandate of Heaven
The Chinese philosophical concept of the circumstances under which a ruler is allowed to rule. Good rulers would be allowed to rule with the Mandate of heaven, and despotic, unjust rulers would have the Mandate revoked
Mandate of Heaven
Any such mandate or blessing
dual mandate
Situation where a person has been elected to two different bodies with different competencies, for example being a member of both a national legislature, and of a local authority
mandated
Simple past tense and past participle of mandate

The precautions were mandated by a judge.

unfunded mandate
An unfunded mandate is a statute that requires government or private parties to carry out specific actions, but does not appropriate any funds for that purpose
British mandate
authorization received by Britain to govern the land now known as Israel (1922-1948)
British mandate on Palestine
power of attorney that Great Britain received to rule over the lands now known as Israel (1922-1948)
does not have the mandate
does not have the will of the constituents behind him, does not have the power or authority
has a mandate
has authorization; has received adequate votes for one mandate
mandated
a mandated country has been placed under the control of another country
mandated
required, mandatory
mandates
plural of mandate
mandates
Seven basic commands, known collectively as the Great Commission, given by Christ to his disciples, namely the imperatives Receive! Go! Witness! Proclaim! Disciple! Baptize! Train!
mandates
– Written and unwritten rules that govern and guide your institution and its stakeholders More formal than values, mandates are sometimes prescriptive in nature and may be directly tied to laws, bylaws, ordinances, articles of incorporation, and charters Because of their usually more formal nature, mandates are often easier to uncover and delineate than values For example, a mandate for Meredith College is to serve women students
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mandating
present participle of mandate
received a mandate
was given in an election a number of votes equal to a mandate, authority to make a decision; was given power of attorney
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