A judicial command, order, or precept, written or oral, from a court; a direction that a court has the authority to give and an individual is bound to obey. Chancellor Kent defines it to be when one undertakes, without recompense, to do some act for the other in respect to the thing bailed. A mandate might be issued upon the decision of an appeal, which directs that a particular action be taken, or upon a disposition made of a case by an inferior tribunal. Another relevant factor related to the imposition in certain jurisdictions of more stringent requirements for electronic invoices than for paper ones, for instance by mandating the use of a qualified or advanced electronic signature as defined under relevant European Community19 and national legislation, and thus possibly discriminating electronic means against non-electronic ones.
Just months removed from the 2016 racing season where the industry saw numerous fire related on track incidents take place, which was unfortunately most noted by the passing of the late Charlie Floyd in an AMRA Late Model event, AMRA officials feel that this new safety measure serves as the next step in working to minimize the risk of similar incidents in the future.
Over the past year, the AMRA has worked to provide both teams and AMRA tracks with further instruction and racing safety experiences through the work of the S.
Examples of a legislative mandate: (1) a law establishes a new regulatory program and mandates that an agency promulgate a regulation to implement the program, and (2) the Code of Virginia is amended so that an agency/board regulation on the subject must also be amended in order to be consistent with the Code.
3) same as the writ of mandamus, which orders a public official or public body to comply with the law. Sir William Jones defines a mandate to be a bailment of goods without reward, to be carried from place to place, or to have some act performed about them.
(See: mandamus, writ of mandate)noun authoritative command, authoritative order, behest, bid, canon, charge, command, command by the court, commandment, decree, decretal, dictate, direction, directive, edict, enactment, fiat, imperative, instruction, judicial command, judicial decree, judicial order, mandatum, order, precept, prescript, prescription, proscription, regulation, request, requirement, requisition, rule, ruling, ultimatum, written order Associated concepts: judicial mandate, legislative mandate, mandate of the court Foreign phrases: Rei turpis nullum mandatum est. Cui jurisdictio data est, ea quoque concessa esse videntur, sine quibus juuisdictio explicari non potest.