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CORTES. The name of the legislative assemblies of Spain and Portugal.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Corts has most recently served as the regional corporate banking manager for South Carolina in Greenville, South Carolina.
"Interim Chancellor Tom Corts had the legal authority and capacity to enter into the agreements at the time he signed them," she said.
"Leon was pretty pleased to get one against us," said Cort Snr.
Some school board members and two-year college officials were critical of Corts' recent calls for a second board to oversee the system and his handling of an investigation into alleged financial abuses at certain campuses--most recently Bishop State Community College in Mobile.
The board also halted one of Corts' final acts as interim chancellor, voting to rescind spending agreements he had made for nearly $20 million in discretionary post-secondary funds.