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trustee

1. a person to whom the legal title to property is entrusted to hold or use for another's benefit
2. a member of a board that manages the affairs and administers the funds of an institution or organization

trustee

A user or group of users that has been given access rights to files on a network server. See also TRUSTe.
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Since the trusteeship system is currently not operative as there are formally no trust territories, the relevant UN bodies, more specifically the Fourth Committee of the General Assembly and the Special Committee on the Situation with regard to the Implementation of the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples, do currently only relate to Chapter XI of the UN Charter.
TRANSITIONAL AUTHORITY: FROM TRUSTEESHIP TO PEACEKEEPING, AND BACK AGAIN A.
All eight had been suspended for standing up to the national HQ in Pall Mall, who wanted to take on the trusteeship for the building in Quarry Lane.
In these circumstances, the Act could, at worst, wipe out any clauses in a pension scheme that provide valuable protection from personal liability for those carrying out trusteeship roles," said Jayne Reilly, a pensions specialist at Hammonds in Birmingham.
Feldman does not believe that the concept of trusteeship is unredeemable; rather, his model charges the occupying power with the duty to subordinate its interests to the governed and permit citizen participation through "public speech, assembly, and participation in the administration of the government.
would also advocate for the First Nations' "right to participate as full partnerships in the public trusteeship of such waters, including the governance, management, and benefits of these waters.
According to historian Christopher O'Sullivan, Sumner's work "included an examination of other international organizations (with special attention paid to the League of Nations), the drafting of a constitution for the new world body, a detailed examination of international trusteeship and, later, formulating suggestions on how to endow a new world organization with a military capability.
White teacher resistance resulted in the destruction of the local control movement when the New York State Education Commissioner dissolved the "governing board" and placed the Oceanhill-Brownsville school district under state trusteeship.
Because a CPA may be the one financial advisor a client trusts above all others, accepting a trusteeship from a long-standing good client without sufficient consideration of the risks could easily happen.
These unique companies are a fine example of Mahatma Gandhi's concept of trusteeship.
She describes trusteeship as "a huge learning curve in terms of working out how the education system works", but says her nursing background has proved particularly useful.
It became independent from a Belgium-administered UN trusteeship on July 1, 1962.