investiture

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the act or process of formally admitting a person to membership or office

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the ceremony of installing a new monarch

the ceremonial act of clothing someone in the insignia of an office

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Only thus much the means of acquisition of the legislative authority (a) are various, sometimes it is acquir'd by descent, sometimes by Investitive Ordination from another that hath it, (b) some times by victory or conquest some times by Pact and Convension between the Governors (c) & Govern'd and that either in the first institution of that Government or by succeeding Conventions or Concessions or Capitulation (d) between the Governors and Governed;
Despite this availability in equitable courts of judgments involving some executory or investitive relief, American courts, even those in equity, were hesitant to award solely declaratory judgments, in other words, those judgments that simply declared the rights of parties without coercing relief (as in damages or injunctions) or creating or altering existing jural relationships (as in granting a divorce or nullifying a marriage).
Modification of educational, marketing and investitive procedures is the first step in generating executive abilities for SMEs.
c) The court may permit (1) the use of electronic or photographic means for the preservation of evidence or the perpetuation of a record, and (2) the broadcasting, televising, recording, or photographing of investitive, ceremonial, or naturalization proceedings.