The council has taken legal advice from Queen's Counsel and it has no defence to WPD's notice due to the termination provisions imposed by the court," he stated.
What does Q.C. stand for?
Q.C. stands for Queen's Counsel (UK)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
We have 18 other meanings of Q.C. in our Acronym Attic
- Quantity Per End Article
- QoS (Quality of Service)-Based Resource Allocation Model (algorithm)
- Quartz Reference Pressure Transducer
- Decoy Ship (US DoD)
- Unresponsive person; mouth open & tongue hanging out (medical slang)
- Glutamine-Soluble NSF (N-Ethylmaleimide-Sensitive Factor) Attachment Protein Receptor
- Heterostructure-defined electron waveguides for quantum-based switching applications
- Qatar Telecommunications Company (also seen as Qtel)
- Quality-Adjusted Time Without Symptoms of Disease or Toxicity of Treatment (statistical measure of the benefits of chemotherapy)
- Quasi-Welch-Bound Equality
Samples in periodicals archive:
9781849464017 Rose Heilbron; the story of England's first woman Queen's Counsel and judge.
Everyone deserves equal treatment but Paul was a Queen's Counsel.
Relatives of Paul McBride, a Queen's Counsel (QC), said the 48-year-old had died in his sleep and added that he was on a trip with a fellow human rights lawyer.
Two years later he was appointed Queen's Counsel and went on to establish a reputation as one of the most formidable advocates in the north of England.
Birmingham's standing as the finest legal centre outside the capital has been given a further boost as three more barristers were sworn in as Queen's Counsel.
Mortimer began work as a barrister in 1948 and went on to be appointed Queen's Counsel in 1966.