Agreement created between two or more organisations, often to help deliver a service or set out a formal relationship, for example between the NHS and private healthcare companies, or between local and central government.
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Agreement regulating relations between the papacy and a secular government, for example, that for France between Pius VII and the emperor Napoleon, which lasted from 1801 to 1905; Mussolini's...
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Con·cor'dat noun [ French concordat , Latin concordato , propast participle p. of concordare . See Concord .] 1. A compact, covenant, or agreement concerning anything. 2. An agreement made between the pope ...
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• (n.) A compact, covenant, or agreement concerning anything. • (n.) An agreement made between the pope and a sovereign or government for the regulation of ecclesiastical matters with which both are concerned; as, the concordat between Pope Pius VII and Bonaparte in 1801.
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a pact, with the force of international law, concluded between the ecclesiastical authority and the secular authority on matters of mutual concern; ... [1 related articles]
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A concordat is an agreement between the Holy See of the Catholic Church and a sovereign state on religious matters. Legally, they are international treaties. They often includes both recognition and privileges for the Catholic Church in a particular country. Privileges might include exemptions from...
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concordat (kunkôr'dăt) , formal agreement, specifically between the pope, in his spiritual capacity, and the temporal authority of a state. Its juridical status is now generally accepted as being a contract between church and state and as such it is a treaty governed by international...
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A concordat is a convention between the pope, as head of the Roman Catholic Church, and any secular government, for the settling of ecclesiastical relations. One of the most important of the earlier concordats, that of Worms, called also the Calixtine Concordat, made in 1122, between Pope Calixtus I...
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Agreement regulating relations between the papacy and a secular government, for example, that for France between Pius VII and the emperor Napoleon, which lasted from 1801 to 1905; Mussolini's concordat, which lasted from 1929 to 1978 and safeguarded the position of the church in Italy; and one of 19...
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[disambiguation] A concordat is an agreement between the Holy See and a national government. Concordat may also refer to: ...
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1) Compact 2) Covenant 3) Written agreement
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