Associations to the word «Stakeholder»
STAKEHOLDER, noun. A person holding the stakes of bettors, with the responsibility of delivering the pot to the winner of the bet.
STAKEHOLDER, noun. An escrow agent or custodian.
STAKEHOLDER, noun. (legal) A person filing an interpleader action, such as a garnishee or trustee, who acknowledges possession of property that is owed to one or more of several other claimants.
STAKEHOLDER, noun. A person or organisation with a legitimate interest in a given situation, action or enterprise.
STAKEHOLDER SOCIETY, noun. (politics) The concept, within the New Labour movement, that members of a society have both rights from it, and duties or responsibilities to it.
STAKEHOLDER, noun. Someone entrusted to hold the stakes for two or more persons betting against one another; must deliver the stakes to the winner.
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