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proponent

Law a person who seeks probate of a will
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, has been granted the original proponent status (OPS) for its unsolicited proposal to rehabilitate, upgrade, expand, operate and maintain the country's main international gateway.
Both proponents and the transportation department have yet to make public specifics of the unsolicited offers.
DTC, the Supreme Court recognized the Swiss Challenge under the implementing rules and regulations of the Build-Operate-Transfer Law, in which the original proponent exercises his right to be awarded the project should it be able to match the lowest or most advantageous proposal within 30 working days from notice.
proponent within seven days and fulfill all obligations within
The minister directed the officials concerned to respond to the proponent within seven days and fulfill all obligations within stipulated time frame according to the rules and regulations.
Sending in human divers, the proponents said, was "expensive, slow and dangerous."
Proponent: CNOOC Limited's whollyowned subsidiary Nexen Energy ULC/ INPEX Corporation/JGC Corporation
Proponent: CNOOC Limited's wholly-owned subsidiary Nexen Energy ULC/ iNPEX Corporation/JGC Corporation
In order to manage change within the Army, the Department of the Army (DA) established Force Modernization Proponents which are responsible for determining and integrating doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel, facilities, and policies (DOTMLPF) requirements and actions.
Brian McNiff, spokesman for the secretary of state's office today said proponents did not submit any signatures of registered voters.