Mandatary



[man-duh-ter-ee] /ˈmæn dəˌtɛr i/

noun, plural mandataries.
1.
a person or nation holding a .
n.

“person to whom a mandate has been given,” 1610s, from Latin mandatarius “one to whom a charge or commission has been given,” from mandatus, past participle of mandare (see mandate (n.)).

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