the answers generally appertain to improvements in standards of service
the institutional arrangements which appertain under the system
the answers generally appertain to improvements in standard of service
the institutional arrangements that appertain under the system
The issues that actually appertain to it, for instance, are dealt with by a training programme.
Hence existence appertains to the nature of substance, and every substance contains within itself the complete explanation of its own nature and existence.
Conveyance of land shall be deemed to include and shall by virtue of this Act operate to convey with the land all easements, rights and advantages whatsoever appertaining or reputed to appertain to the land…
‘‘Prerogative’ power is, properly speaking, legal power which appertains to the Crown but not to its subjects.
Like all good symbols these things should appertain to any usage at any level…
It is not an incorporeal right, such as, for example, an easement, which appertains to his land and adversely affects the registered Red Land.