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Synonyms for requisition

Synonyms for requisition

the act of demanding

to ask for urgently or insistently

Synonyms for requisition

the act of requiring

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an official form on which a request in made

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seizing property that belongs to someone else and holding it until profits pay the demand for which it was seized

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make a formal request for official services

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demand and take for use or service, especially by military or public authority for public service

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Information concerning the requisitioned item may also be added to the appropriate electronic catalogs in accordance with predetermined rules relating to various characteristics of the item so that the item can be located when buyers conduct subsequent searches of the electronic catalogs and "special item" or "ad hoc" requisition is no longer needed.
Ken Spencer, director and chair of the Special Committee, stated, "In light of the common business purpose for the previously scheduled annual and special meeting and the requisitioned meeting, the Special Committee determined that a single shareholders' meeting for February 10, 2005 to consider each of the matters outlined in the requisition, as well as the formerly slated business, was appropriate and in the best interests of all Creo shareholders.
AMEX:EEE) of Calgary, Alberta announced today that its Board of Directors has determined to postpone the requisitioned special meeting of its common shareholders called to consider a proposal by Canadian Superior Energy Inc.
RioCan Real Estate Investment Trust filed a Notice of Application yesterday against RealFund and each of its trustees on the grounds that they have failed to honour RealFund's Declaration of Trust by unnecessarily delaying a special meeting properly requisitioned by their unitholders that would allow their unitholders to vote on a proposal to merge the two REITs.