public trust

Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
Related to public trust: Public trust doctrine
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for public trust

a trust created for charitable or religious or educational or scientific purposes

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
The complainants said Morales betrayed public trust when he allegedly sat on the Mamasapano case and sided with former President Benigno Aquino III, who was later absolved of the charges of reckless imprudence resulting in homicide for the deaths of SAF men.
The new legislation will remove the Crown guarantee of the Public Trust, in line with government policy for several decades that Crown-owned commercial businesses should not have a competitive advantage through being Crown-owned, Finance Minister Steven Joyce says.
Illinois (4) is frequently cited as a base for revival of the public trust.
In this Essay, I will frequently refer to California's plight because it serves as a good case in point, and the public trust doctrine has already been periodically applied by its courts to protect fresh water resources.
ISLAMABAD -- The UAE has ranked first in the world in public trust in government, according to the report published by the New York-based Edelman Trust Barometer for this year.
26) In practice, the public trust doctrine usually permits the public to walk across the sandy part of the beach to get to the water, but once at the shoreline they have nowhere to go, but in the water.
When a regulatory body is perceived (whether correctly or incorrectly) as acting in self-interest or the interest of its members/registrants, public trust is challenged.
She discusses an organizational perspective of public trust, and public trust in times of changing public organizations.
Pressure group 38 Degrees warned public trust in politicians had reached "crisis point" after a YouGov poll of 1,600 people showed just 24 percent trusted their MPs, The Courier reported
Since this nation's beginning, public trust rights and private property rights have co-existed compatibly.
This casebook focuses on public trust doctrine (PTD), which is the foundation of US and international law on the management of waterways, wildlife, and other natural resources.
An efficient justice is of key importance for public trust in institutions, said Bulgarian President, Rosen Plevneliev at the anniversary of the Supreme Administrative Court.
If they don't, they are in danger of frittering away Auntie's public trust that has been built over a long time.
The Public Trust Doctrine is supposed to protect public access.
Overall, courts have been unwilling to expand the public trust doctrine to impose public trust duties except in conjunction with a federal statute or as required by a statute itself.
Full browser ?