the host member national authority (Host MNA)

21:29 Aug 2, 2018
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English to Polish translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s)
English term or phrase: the host member national authority (Host MNA)
PREAMBLE
1.1 X is a wholly owned subsidiary of Y, which is the governing body of sailing and is recognised as such by the International Olympic Committee.
1.2 X owns and controls the right to organise, stage and commercially exploit the Championship and is the owner and controller of any commercial rights.
1.3 The Organisers wish to stage, promote and organise the Championship at the Venue during the Championship Period.
1.4 The Organiser is also *the host member national authority (Host MNA)* and the national body of sailing in Poland and is recognised as such by X. The Organisers also enter into this contract in their capacity as the Host MNA.
1.5 X wishes to award the Organisers the right to stage promote and organise the Championship in accordance with and subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement.
Ewa Czajkowska
Poland
Local time: 06:31


Summary of answers provided
2organ krajowy państwa członkowskiego będącego gospodarzem
tadeusz50


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the host member national authority (host mna)
organ krajowy państwa członkowskiego będącego gospodarzem


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tadeusz50
Local time: 06:31
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