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Synonyms for tenure

Synonyms for tenure

the holding of something, such as a position

Synonyms for tenure

the right to hold property

give life-time employment to

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Bedi further said that the basic flaw in the administrative system is that it does not guarantee a security of tenure.
We want to see security of tenure - so that we can invest in ourselves.
Security of tenure of judges and independence of the Higher Judiciary Council are two priorities to ensure independence of the judicial power, she continued.
Failing that, the Trust would prefer the stadium to be owned and run by a community-based organisation such as the local authority in order to guarantee long-term security of tenure for the football and rugby clubs.
Investors had also became nervous as to their security of tenure relevant to property built on formerly state-owned land.
It is only a few short years since the council tenants of Birmingham were subjected to a ferocious propaganda campaign from the council to surrender their security of tenure in exchange for the tender mercies of a private landlord.
9207, otherwise known as the National Government Center Act of 2003, provides security of tenure to the bonafide residents of the NGC including the approval of the blueprint for the utilization and development of the area.
The focus is mainly on housing affordability and security of tenure rather than housing conditions.
The renewal marks a key milestone for West Australian Metals, ensuring security of tenure at Marenica as it completes the current intensive phase of resource infill and extension drilling and scoping study, and embarks on a feasibility study next year," the company said.
Regardless, DA still opposed the bill because "the proposition that an entire board can be evicted is destructive of the security of tenure without which an independent board cannot protect the journalistic freedom of it editorial staff.
The agency said that one aim is to provide security of tenure to informal settlers, also known as "squatters" through the community mortgage programme (CMP); while secondly, it aims to solve the lack of decent housing through the social housing finance corporation (SHPC) that will cater to the needs of the bottom 30 per cent of the population.
Migrante International has asked President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo to put on top of the agenda in the forthcoming Global Forum on Migration and Development in October the legalization of undocumented migrant workers to assure them of their security of tenure and employment.
The deals also give very limited security of tenure - often just six to 12 months.
Minister Williams said the new licenses will be "standardized for each company within the six geographical areas" to simplify administrative processes, and "regularized, so that operators have the proper security of tenure to be able to make the necessary investments";
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