trusteeship


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Synonyms for trusteeship

a dependent country

the position of trustee

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The recommended joint AU-UN trusteeship may shift attention away from the critical issues of transitional justice and may contravene with international law.
In addition to conventional businesses such as pension trusteeship, account management, fund custody and management consulting, the Bank has successfully expanded its service to cover investment & wealth management, and agency service, among others.
For example, the resolution criticized the media associated with Saleh and Ali Salem Al-Beidh, the former president of the South, because they speak of trusteeship and Chapter VII while interviewing people who have committed acts of sabotage on oil pipelines and electricity towers.
At a news conference held in Sana'a, the US diplomat said people should not consider the UNSC resolution puts Yemen under the international trusteeship, pointing out that it stemmed from the outputs of the comprehensive national dialogue conference.
Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) has announced that it has walked out of the trusteeship of Permian Basin Royalty Trust (NYSE: PBT).
SACV13-1559 JVS ANX; 8-13CV1559 JVS ANX] against the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America (UBC) seeking to overturn a trusteeship imposed upon the SWRCC and Carpenters Local 1506.
Information about Trustees' Week and trusteeship is available by visiting http:/trusteesweek.
Though UHW disbanded the fund when SEIU feared the entity might become a "union within the union," the charge later became the basis for placing UHW in trusteeship, but it was a charge difficult to prove.
Based on the 1951 San Francisco Peace Treaty, the United States placed Okinawa under trusteeship, exerting legal, legislative and administrative rights until the reversion agreement came into force in May 1972.
This principle of trusteeship calls into question the efficacy of present-day expressions of sovereignty It challenges the ethical basis of loyalties that do not extend beyond the nation state.
The transfer of a charity trusteeship could signify the redevelopment of a well-known landmark in Monmouth.
Jordan Ahli Bank is licensed to act as Issuance Manager, Issuance Trusteeship, Investment Manager, Investment Trusteeship, Custodian, Financial Advisor, Paying Agent and Registrar.
BASRA / Aswat al-Iraq: An outstanding Iraqi economic expert has called for rescheduling of his country's foreign debts, in order to face the implications that followed its exit from the UN Charter's 7th Article, that imposed a financial boycott against it, pointing out that such measures would continue for six more months after its exit from the UN's trusteeship from the said article.
Finally, Brenda-Lee Doyle's and Sandra Harrison's paper, "The Mental Health Act and the Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship Act: Working Together to Protect the Rights of Albertans" reviews the recently amended Alberta Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship Act, describes how it works with the new Mental Health Act and highlights some of the ways both Acts protect the rights of Albertans.
For the first time this year, Seamount College in Kinvara, Co Galway, decided to take in boys when control of the school moved to the new trusteeship of the Diocese of Galway and Kilmacduagh.