A written evidence in due form of things done or granted, contracts made, etc., between man and man; a deed, or conveyance.
An instrument in writing, from the sovereign power of a state or country, executed in due form, bestowing rights, franchises, or privileges.
An act of a legislative body creating a municipal or other corporation and defining its powers and privileges. Also, an instrument in writing from the constituted authorities of an order or society (as the Freemasons), creating a lodge and defining its powers.
A special privilege, immunity, or exemption.
A written document that describes the work of the team.
A document that defines the boundaries within which a Process Action Team can develop a solution for their problem statement. Sometimes this is known as the "charge."
A document generated from an Application for the formation of a new Task Group that outlines group membership, milestones, outputs and outcomes.
Document recording a grant. A royal charter is distinguished from other forms of royal instrument as it has a witness list and notifies specific groups of the royal act.
A 4-H Charter is granted to 4-H members when the minimum requirements are met to start a 4-H club. See the Secretary's Book for a list of these requirements.
A document issued by a governing authority creating a company or other corporation.
a document granted by a ruler conferring privileges on his subjects.
A document issued by the Commander-in-Chief giving a Department or Camp the right to exist within the Order and under its regulations.
grant a charter to
a brief and concise document that sets out the standards of service customers can expect when they do business with you
a document bestowing certain rights on a town, city, university or
a document that describes the purpose, boundaries and agreements of the team (the details are below)
a document wherein a sovereign assigns permission to a subject
a grant of certain powers or privileges, given to a part of the community for the advantage of the whole, and is, therefore, liable, by its nature, to change or to revocation
a hand-painted quality reproduction and an official document of the Crown (signed and sealed) which ends Their obligation to provide an achievement scroll to the recipient
a legal document, like a contract
a legal document that sets forth the terms and obligations under which the school is to be operated
an ecclesiastical document which describes the structure and functioning of the Archdiocese and its relationship to the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople
an official document which allowed a settlement to become a town
a special kind of membership and brings with it membership privileges distinct from those of individual members of the BMW MOA
a written document specifying the laws, rights, and privileges of the citizen town, city, or state
5tFB:t[ / n. a signed statement from a government or ruler which allows town, organization or university to exist officially and have special rights
The legal document in which the Commonwealth of Virginia Assembly grants the Cityâ€™s authority.
The charter of the internal audit activity is a formal written document that defines the activity's purpose, authority, and responsibility. The charter should: establish the internal audit activity's position within the organisation authorize access to records, personnel, and physical properties relevant to the performance of engagements, and define the scope of internal audit activities
of the internal auditing department is a formal written document which defines the departments purpose, authority, and responsibility. The charter should (a) establish the department's position within the organization; (b) authorize access to records, personnel, and physical properties relevant to the performance of audits; and (c) define the scope of internal auditing activities. (110.01.4)
a formal document witnessing the grant of land or of special privileges by a LORD, especially the King to a VASSAL.
A formal document that states the scope of the project. It serves as marching orders for the Six Sigma team.
The charter documents the rights and responsibilities of the SorceryNet administrators. It can be found on our web- or download site.
A record, usually with an official seal, which specifies rights and /or exemptions. Charters, for example, defined land grants and the powers of colonizers, such as the Colony of Avalon charter.
Document that outlines the principles, functions and organization of a body, such as the ASSC, FAST, or Project Office.
A state or federal agency that grants charters to new depository institutions. For state chartered institutions, the chartering authority is usually the state banking department; for national banks, it is the OCC; and for federal savings institutions, it is the Office of Thrift Supervision.
a document describing what the community's ideals are.
A town in Lussex, southwest of Canondor 'Adon; noted for its quality teas
A document used by teams to define the context, specifics and plans of an improvement project; includes team membership, problem statement, problem scope, potential benefits, and a summary timeline of events.
Official document, usually deed or grant of privilege.
charter is a written document or contract that guarantees the rights or privileges of a group of people from the power of a state or country.
written grant of rights by sovereign or legislature
An official description of what a newsgroup is all about, whether it's moderated, and what kinds of topics the group will discuss. For specific information about a newsgroup, read the group's FAQ.
Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Canada's constitutional document protecting the rights of individuals and in some cases companies against arbitrary exercise of power by the state.
A document that describes the scope, deliverables, dependencies, and process of a Working Group or other Group.
Written document delivered by the sovereign or legislature; granting privileges or recognising rights; a written evidence, instrument
A document indicating an organization's affiliation with The U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce or Junior Chamber International.
An 86-page document researched and written by our Founders and approved (unanimously) by the Utah State Office of Education on December 3, 2004. Once approved, a charter becomes a legal contract between the state and the newly formed school: essentially, we agree to follow the law and do what we said we would do in the charter and they agree to pay us to educate the students we enroll. See a copy of a 15-page OCS Charter Abridgement (the less technical parts).
an official document that grants full authority for a chapter to function.
A document creating and defining the powers and rights of a region (or other enterprise); a constitution.
a set of articles that define the scope, purpose, limitations, Resources and essential function of a particular Stone Society.
A document agreed between executives and a project team against which progress will be tracked and decisions will be made.
A document issued by a state that gives legal status to a corporation and details its specific rights, including the authority to issue a certain maximum number of shares of stock.
document stating the principles, purposes and duties of an organization
"A leaf of paper (in OE. called bóc, BOOK); a legal document or 'deed' written (usually) upon a single sheet of paper, parchment, or other material, by which grants, cessions, contracts, and other transactions are confirmed and ratified." (From the OED.n1) Glossary Glossary (History of Reading)
77 The human rights documents around which Czech and Slovak dissidents have rallied since its signing in 1977.
The document that lays out what topics a newsgroup will cover, what its name will be, and other relevant details.