Definition of Mandatories
1. mandatory [n] - See also: mandatory
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Literary usage of Mandatories
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Scottish Law Journal and Sheriff Court Record by Scotland Sheriff Courts (1859)
"And in the event of the said sequestration being declared at an end, we the said creditors, or mandatories for creditors, for all right and interest we and ..."
2. The Peace Conference Day by Day: A Presidential Pilgrimage Leading to the by Charles Thaddeus Thompson (1920)
"... XVI SPOILS OF WAR—GERMAN COLONIES— KIAU-CHAU—mandatories Jan. 28. The distribution of the German colonies—the spoils of war—has now become the absorbing ..."
3. Handbook of War Facts and Peace Problems by Arthur Lincoln Frothingham, Albert Bushnell Hart, National Security League (1919)
"The treaty is to become effective in all respects for each Power on the date of deposition of its ratification. mandatories for German Colonies. ..."
4. Scottish Law Magazine, and Sheriff Court Reporter by Scotland Sheriff Courts (1865)
"10d., consigned by the defenders as aforesaid ; authorises the Clerk of Court to pay over to the pursuer or his mandatories the said sum of £75 9s,10d., ..."
5. A Practical Treatise on the Forms of Process: Containing the New Regulations by Thomas Beveridge, Scotland Jury Court (1826)
"... against Masson,) to the remainder of the account of expenses, being about L.60, as disbursed by Masson himself. § 3. mandatories for absent parties are ..."
6. The Scottish Jurist: Containing Reports of Cases Decided in the House of by Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, House of Lords, Parliament, Great Britain (1843)
"In reference to the conclusion as against the mandatories for payment of the whole expenses, they objected, that they could only be found liable in expenses ..."
7. The Scots Revised Reports: Cases Reported Only in the Scottish Jurist, 1829-1865 by Scotland Court of Session (1907)
"In reference to the conclusion as against the mandatories for payment of the whole expenses, they objected, that, they could only be found liable in ..."