What does a mandate mean legally? Definition of mandate
(Entry 1 of 2) 1 : an authoritative command especially : a formal order from a superior court or official to an inferior one.
Is a mandate mandatory? To mandate something means to make it mandatory.
Is a mandate legally binding? “Agent” is a slippery word. Sometimes it means that a representative has been appointed to perform a legal act, and that legal consequences are intended. At other times a less formal, more limited relationship may have been intended by the parties.
Is a state mandate a law? Employers must consult with employees and, if necessary, employment groups, before implementing a policy that directs its workforce to vaccinate. In conclusion, mandates are legal to the extent that they must be ‘on just terms’.