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assent to

To agree to something. The union has finally assented to the new contract.
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assent to something

to agree to something. I assent to what you suggest. She will not assent to our request.
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assent to

v.
To agree to something: The committee assented to the proposal that they had been discussing.
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Dhankhar gave assent to the bill -- The West Bengal University Laws (Amendment) Bill 2019.
Mandago had refused to assent to the Equitable Ward Development Bill 2019, which allows MCAs to control Sh1.5 billion, out of the Sh4 billion development funds.
"I have to notify the House in accordance with the Royal Assent Act 1967 that her Majesty has signified her royal assent to the following acts ...
Given that context, the statement accurately describes the requirement under Virginia law of mutual assent to the agreement.<br />Gasco also contends that the district court erred in telling the jury that a party "cannot snap up an offer that is too good to be true." This instruction, in context, informed the jury that Gasco could not "snap up" Consol's mistaken offer and take advantage of that error if it knew or a reasonable person would have known that Consol had indeed made a mistake.<br />Finally, contrary to Gasco's contentions, the trial court did not limit the jury to consideration of communications at the time the contract was executed.
Section 16 of the Corporation Code provides that "the articles of incorporation may be amended by a majority voted of the board of directors or trustees and the vote or written assent of the stockholders representing at least two-thirds (2/3) of the outstanding capital stock." As may be noted, the amendment to the articles may be allowed upon the "vote or written assent of the stockholders." Thus, the stockholders may either vote or just express their written assent to the amendment.
PESHAWAR -- The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has decided about the promulgation of an ordinance soon after the president of Pakistan gives assent to the Constitution (Twenty-Fifth Amendment) Bill, 2018, to protect the current regulations in the Provincially Administered Tribal Areas (Pata), including the Nizam-i-Adl Regulation, 2009.
However, a notification revealed that President Mamnoon Hussain had given his assent to the legislation on December 22, but somehow a notification to this effect took another four days to publish.
ISLAMABAD -- President Mamnoon Hussain on Wednesday accorded his assent to the the Constitution's 22nd Amendment Bill, 2016, that envisages the qualifications and procedure for appointment of Chief Election Commissioner and members of the Election Commission of Pakistan.
According to a President House statement issued Thursday, the President accorded his assent to the 'Equity Participation Fund (Repeal) Bill, 2016' approving the Prime Minister's advice on a summary, initiated by the Senate Secretariat.
THE Queen last night put her name to The Vow - by giving Royal Assent to the Scotland Bill that passes new tax and welfare powers to Holyrood.
Following Augustine, Aquinas says that faith in the broadest sense is just assent to the unseen, by contrast with assent to what one sees to be true.
(b) Should the President withhold assent to the Bill and give reasons within the aforementioned thirty days, the Bill shall be re-introduced to the Assembly to consider the observations of the President.
The purpose of Bill C-53 is to provide the Parliament of Canada's assent to the changes to the law governing the succession to the throne that are proposed in the United Kingdom bill.
President Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday gave his assent to the Ordinance on sexual assault which was approved by the Union Cabinet two days ago.
The Harper Government today introduced legislation that will provide Canada s assent to changes that will enshrine gender equality and freedom to marry an individual of another faith in the laws governing the Royal line of succession.