ratification

[Noun] The approval and formal agreement to something.
Example: The ratification of the treaty meant that all EU countries had to abide by the new rule.
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ratification

[n] - making something valid by formally ratifying or confirming it
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Ratification

Giving authority to an act already done. A resolution of a company in a general meeting can ratify an act previously carried out by the directors and a principal can choose to ratify an act of an agent that was beyond the power of the agent.
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Ratification

Formal step taken by a State to legally bind its government to a treaty.
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Ratification

Confirmation of an act or of the validity of an act.
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Ratification

giving authority to an act that has already been done. A company general meeting resolution can ratify an act previously done by the directors; or a principal can choose to ratify the act of an agent that was beyond the specified power of the agent.
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Ratification

This means making something valid by the Government. For something to become law or agreed on it has to be ratified/confirmed by Government.
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Ratification

Rat`i·fi·ca'tion (răt`ĭ*fĭ*kā'shŭn) noun [ Confer French ratification .] The act of ratifying; the state of being ratified; confirmation; sanction; as, the ratification of a treaty.
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Ratification

• (n.) The act of ratifying; the state of being ratified; confirmation; sanction; as, the ratification of a treaty.
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ratification

(from the article `diplomacy`) ...negotiated under the auspices of international entities or a conference of states. The UN and its agencies negotiate many conventions, as does the ... In state conventions held through the winter of 1787 to the summer of 1788, the Constitution was ratified by the necessary minimum of nine states. ... ...
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Ratification

Formal approval of a newly negotiated agreement by vote of the labor organization members affected.
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Ratification

When a person communicates to another, by words or actions, that the person accepts and approves of the conduct of the other. An agreement to adopt an act performed by another for us. Ratifications are either empress or implied. The former are made in express and direct terms of assent; the latter are such as the law presumes from the acts of the.....
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Ratification

(n) When some action or decision has taken without required authority or prior approval to do such acts, the decisions to regularize such actions by the persons authorized to do such acts are called ratification
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ratification

n. confirmation of an action which was not pre-approved and may not have been authorized, usually by a principal (employer) who adopts the acts of his/her agent (employee).
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Ratification

The formal incorporation of an EU legal measures into national legislation or the acknowledgment of an ILO convention by a member government.
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Ratification

Ratification is a principal`s approval of an act of its agent where the agent lacked authority to legally bind the principal.{clarify|date=June 2014} The term applies to private contract law, international treaties, and constitutions in federations such as the United States and Canada. == Private law == In contract law, the need for ratification ....
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Ratification

Method of creating an agency relationship in which the principal accepts the conduct of someone who
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Ratification

See: ratify
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Ratification

Process by which a government confirms a state’s action in becoming legally bound by a treaty; formal procedure by which a state becomes bound to a treaty after acceptance.
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ratification

making something valid by formally confirming it
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