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Synonyms for charter

Synonyms for charter

to engage the temporary use of (something) for a fee

Synonyms for charter

a document incorporating an institution and specifying its rights

a contract to hire or lease transportation

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hold under a lease or rental agreement

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grant a charter to

engage for service under a term of contract

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Chief among them were abridgements of corporate charters on "police power" grounds.
Visitors of William and Mara College, (55) Marshall argued before the court that the corporate charter of the school had clearly put the board in charge of such decisions.
21) The Court reasoned that the corporate charter was a contract as it effectively represented an agreement between the people who applied for it and the government body that granted it.
Prior to 1860, most corporate charters were granted by special
The SimplyFly Membership Card is for corporate charter air customers in the African continent, and includes charter services, as well as additional transport, valet, baggage and security services.
The Western Bridge Corporate Charter Committee announced it had elected a seven-member board of directors to lead the transition into a new corporate credit union.
30, 2003, or later, at a price stated in the corporate charter.
The corporate charter provided for dividends on both series of the preferred stock as well as redemption rights to the preferred stockholders (the investors).
There will always be demand for corporate charter service, and that demand fluctuates with business development," said Jason Ward, senior vice president, sales and marketing, for Security Aviation, based at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport.
This is, in effect, an application for a corporate charter.
The banking group will seek approval from its shareholders at a general meeting in June to revise its corporate charter so that it can issue more shares.
He later concluded that the "tool with the most promise of bringing these giants into tow, the corporate charter, has developed into a revenue source for which the various states compete by relaxing their chartering requirements.
Parent Revolution supplied the audience at these town halls, an audience vetted for its allegiance with the mayor, Flores Aguilar, and Austin's corporate charter school choice resolution.
The new EC135 C[pounds sterling]lCOHE[umlaut]licoptE re par HermE sC[yen] helicopter reinforces the business portfolio of FAS which presently provides helicopter services for tourism, corporate charter, Search & Rescue and more recently, Offshore Oil Support operations in the UAE and Arabian Gulf region.
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