Corporations Act Sample Clauses

Corporations Act. The Company is not prevented by Chapter 2E or Chapter 2J or any other provision of the Corporations Act from entering into and performing any Loan Document to which it is expressed to be a party.
Corporations Act. Any offer to a Participant who is resident in Australia for tax, labour or securities law purposes to participate in the Plan is made under Division 1A of Part 7.12 of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth).
Corporations Act. (a) Notwithstanding any provision of this Agreement, but subject to this clause 17, the Company is not required to pay or provide, or procure the payment or provision of, any monies or benefits to the Employee which it is not permitted to pay or provide under the provisions of Part 2D.2, Division 2 of the Corporations Act without obtaining shareholder approval.
Corporations Act. In this Constitution unless the contrary intention appears:
Corporations Act. The term “Corporations Act” shall mean the Florida Business Corporation Act, Section 607.0101, et. seq., Florida Statutes, as the same may be amended from time to time.
Corporations Act. The Trustee's right of indemnity and any limitation on the Trustee's liability under this Deed is subject to the Corporations Act.
Corporations Act. No Group Member will:
Corporations Act. B At the request of RACQ, QTMB intends to propose the Demutualisation and the Scheme and issue the Scheme Booklet to QTMB Members. C The Scheme is conditional on QTMB Members voting in favour of the Demutualisation. D The implementation of the Demutualisation is conditional on QTMB Members voting in favour of the Scheme. E QTMB and RACQ have agreed to implement the Demutualisation and the Scheme on the terms and conditions of this document. Agreed terms
Corporations Act. If this Agreement provides for any payment(s) or benefit(s) (including without limitation the Severance Benefits under clause 16.6 or 16.7) that is or are (whether alone or in conjunction with any other payments or benefits):
Corporations Act. 4.16 This clause 4 is intended to operate as a "debt subordination" (as defined in section 563C(2) of the Corporations Act) by each Junior Creditor.