INSET: Borough Council officials study Huddersfield's charter of incorporation
The institute is granted a royal charter of incorporation
but is not allowed to include the word "chartered" in either its title or description of members.
Among the signers of the charter of incorporation
Both the Society, which had attained its Charter of Incorporation
in 1765, and the new Academy claimed the patronage and protection of the King, George III, but Hargraves makes a distinction between those who welcomed the prestige and security this promised them and those who asserted their creative independence, fearing a capitulation to state control.
The booklet has been created as part of the town's Centenary celebrations which celebrates 100 years of the town being granted the Royal Charter of Incorporation
in 1905, thus attaining County Borough status.
But don't dare say that to people from the glamorous northern tip of Brum's languid urban sprawl or you'll be reminded that it was granted a charter of incorporation
by Henry VIII to become a Royal Town in 1528.
March 24, 1880 ( A Royal Charter of Incorporation
is granted for the formation of a new body called the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.
A delegation of civic dignitaries travelled to London to campaign on Bootle's behalf, and a charter of incorporation
for the borough was granted by Queen Victoria in 1869.
superficially like the modern revocation movement, Leggett wrote in 1834 that he would oppose "the granting or renewing of any special charter of incorporation
whatever, no matter who may be the applicants, or what the objects of the association.
The charter of incorporation
suspended company taxes and freed employees from military service.
The IRS offered as evidence of a recapitalization certain (post-takeover) amendments made to NSC's Charter of Incorporation
that reduced the amount of previously authorized stock.