Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
In terms of its mandatory powers and effective, it is considered the lowest of all legislation possible.
It does not, however, possess any mandatory powers.
The administration has mandatory powers to issue the resident permit which is valid for ten years and is automatically renewable (Articles 8 and 9 of the directive).
Unlike its South African and Australian counterparts which had mandatory powers, the Metrication Board only had an "advisory, educational and persuasive role".
Fourteen mandate territories were divided up among seven mandatory powers: the United Kingdom, the Union of South Africa, France, Belgium, New Zealand, Australia and Japan.
"I'm not aware, except for The Times of London, of any instance of a major paper granting really mandatory powers over the content of the paper, independent of the owner.
The Commission was originally proposed by the United States as an international effort to determine if the region was ready for self-determination and to see what nations, if any, the locals wanted to act as mandatory powers.
On 8 May 1924 Lithuania and the mandatory powers France, Italy, Japan and the United Kingdom signed the Klaipėda Convention, granting autonomy to the inhabitants of the Klaipėda Region.
The Home Office told Caterer & Hotelkeeper that consultation was under way on an amendment to the Fire Safety and Safety in Places of Sport Act 1987, giving mandatory powers of re-inspection.
Among Nuri's first acts as prime minister was the signing of the 1930 Anglo-Iraqi Treaty, an unpopular move since it essentially confirmed Britain's mandatory powers and gave them permanent military prerogatives in the country even after full independence was achieved.
The Court held that the acceptance of oral petitions would be legitimate, although this power had never been granted by the Council of the League, was not directly authorised by the mandate agreement, and was strongly objected to by all the mandatory powers.
The territories were governed by mandatory powers, such as the United Kingdom in the case of the Mandate of Palestine, and the Union of South Africa in the case of South-West Africa, until the territories were deemed capable of self-government.