charter company

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charter company

a company incorporated by royal charter.
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LAHORE -- Supreme Court (SC) while dissolving Royal Palm Club administration has assigned the management to Ferguson Chartered Company and directed it to immediately seize all records
SC appointed Ferguson Chartered Company as new administration of Royal Palm Club besides ordering it to seize all record of Royal palm forthwith.
Pearson, that a group of Dusun from Papar had sent a petition to the British High Commissioner in Singapore, complaining of the failure of the Chartered Company administration to protect their rights by selling communal lands to the European-owned rubber estates in the area.
The idea of railway construction was championed by a number of the major shareholders of the Chartered Company in London.
Among the first actions of the Chartered Company during the initial stage of its administration was to introduce a series of laws and regulations relating to land issues.
In this sense the Chartered Company's policy was more enlightened.
A severe staff shortage in the Chartered Company administration had also resulted in a delay in the issuing of land titles.
Even though the Chartered Company had dispatched its land officers to take a look at the situation, to the extent of preparing funds to pay compensation for fruit trees that were removed, or other losses, the Dusun were generally unhappy with such measures.
The petition was made by Simon Sindurang Bulakang, one of the principal Dusun headmen elected as the representative of the Papar Dusun to voice their grievances against what they considered the Chartered Company's indifference towards the way the newly opened Papar Rubber Estate (owned by Sablas [North Borneo] Rubber Company) had encroached upon their communal lands.
Buhazza said the new aircraft would provide strategic support for the ambitious expansion plans which strengthens chartered company's positioning as the Middle East's largest all cargo operator.
Terry, 54, bought the paper every Thursday in a search to find a job as a chartered company secretary in the North East.
He said he couldn't have made the move without the Chronicle: "As a chartered company secretary it is not very often that I see advertisements for suitable jobs.

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