and Intimidation, chaired by Mr. Justice Richard Goldstone and appointed by President de Klerk in October 1991, after the agreement of all parties to the National Peace Accord. The Commission investigates incidents of serious violence in South Africa and makes recommendations to the government on steps to take to prevent further violence.
The term used for the length of time you are appointed as a notary public by the Secretary of the Commonwealth.
The State Corporation Commission of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
The Commission is an independent body appointed by the Member States to act as the neutral guardian of their shared interests and to promote the general interest of the Union. It monitors the implementation of EU law, proposes legislation and has important executive functions. Commissioners are nominated by Member States, approved by the European Parliament and appointed for a period of five years. A new Commission took office in November 2004. The Commissioner nominated by Ireland is Mr Charlie McCreevy.
The Commission is the guardian of the Treaties. It has the sole power to propose legislation based on the Treaties, and executes the decisions taken by the Council. It is also responsible for ensuring Member States apply European Law correctly and has the power to refer alleged breaches to the European Court of Justice. The Commission is composed of 25 Commissioners (one from each Member state) appointed by the Member States for a five-year term and headed by the President. They are supported by their cabinets and known collectively as 'the college'. The remainder of the Commission is made up of 'services' divided into 19 main Directorates-General, dealing with different policy areas.
The certificate issued by the Governor verifying appointment as a notary public and authorizing the notary public to perform the official acts of that office. The commission also bears the commission number and the beginning and ending dates of the term of appointment.
Florida Corrections Commission was created during a special session of the Legislature in 1993, and is comprised of nine unpaid volunteers appointed by the Governor. The role of the Commission is advisory and policy setting, and also to provide an oversight function to the department.
A corporate body officially established, with a specific mandate, to inquire into specified issues, to implement certain policies, or to direct a public institution. See: ENQUIRING MINDS Official appointment of individual(s) to office, with specified powers and responsibilities. These may also be called warrants
A group of people appointed to undertake a particular task for the Church.