Eligible Entity Sample Clauses

Eligible Entity. Additionally, Eligible Entity hereby makes the following representations, warranties and covenants to Treasury and the truth and accuracy of such representations and warranties and compliance with and performance of such covenants are continuing obligations of Eligible Entity. In the event that any of the representations or warranties made herein ceases to be true and correct or Eligible Entity breaches any of its covenants made herein, Eligible Entity agrees to notify Treasury immediately and the same shall constitute an Event of Default hereunder.
Eligible Entity. In order to compete in the Competition and/or receive: (i) any portion of any prize purse; (ii) any other monetary payment; or (iii) any non-monetary consideration (collectively, “Award”) under this Agreement, Team must be either a single individual or organized under a single legal entity. Team must be an “Eligible Entity,” defined for the purposes of this Agreement as an entity that is:
Eligible Entity. Milken encourages participation by individuals and teams from around the world without regard to race, nationality, politics or ideology. However, in order to compete in the Competition and/or receive: (a) any portion of any prize purse; (b) any other monetary payment; or (c) any non-monetary consideration (collectively, “Award”) under this Agreement, Team must be an Eligible Entity.
Eligible Entity as defined in Utah Code § 65A-8-203 (2017), a county, municipality, special service district, local district, or service area with wildland fire suppression responsibility as described in Utah Code § 11-7-1 and wildland fire suppression cost responsibility and taxing authority for a specific geographic jurisdiction; or, with approval by the FFSL director, a political subdivision established by a county, municipality, special service district, local district, or service area that is responsible for providing wildland fire suppression services and paying for the cost of wildland fire suppression.
Eligible Entity. Any school or library meeting the USAC definition of an “Eligible Entity” under the universal Schools and Libraries Program.
Eligible Entity. Each Financial Institution Subsidiary that is or will participate in the FDIC Guarantee Program is an “eligible entity,” as such term is defined in 12 C.F.R. Section 370.2(a).
Eligible Entity. The Borrower is an “eligible entity,” as such term is defined in 12 C.F.R. Section 370.2(a) of the rules and regulations of the FDIC.

Related to Eligible Entity

  • HFA and Eligible Entity HFA and Eligible Entity, each for itself, make the following representations, warranties and covenants to Treasury and the truth and accuracy of such representations and warranties and compliance with and performance of such covenants are continuing obligations of HFA and Eligible Entity, each as to itself. In the event that any of the representations or warranties made herein cease to be true and correct or HFA or Eligible Entity breaches any of its covenants made herein, HFA or Eligible Entity, as the case may be, agrees to notify Treasury immediately and the same shall constitute an Event of Default under the HPA.

  • Not a Regulated Entity No Obligor is (a) an “investment company” or a “person directly or indirectly controlled by or acting on behalf of an investment company” within the meaning of the Investment Company Act of 1940; or (b) subject to regulation under the Federal Power Act, the Interstate Commerce Act, any public utilities code or any other Applicable Law regarding its authority to incur Debt.

  • Wire Transfer Eligibility With respect to the Class A (other than the Class A-PO and Class A-R Certificates) and the Class B Certificates, the minimum Denomination eligible for wire transfer on each Distribution Date is $500,000. With respect to the Class A-PO Certificates, the minimum Denomination eligible for wire transfer on each Distribution Date is 100% Percentage Interest. The Class A-R Certificate is not eligible for wire transfer.

  • Eligible Equipment 12.5.1 CLEC may Collocate equipment used for Interconnection or access to CBT's Network Elements including, but not limited to, the following types of equipment:

  • Student Eligibility A. The Texas Success Initiative (TSI) requires mandatory assessment for all students to determine college readiness in reading, writing and math. The xxxx authorizes the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to prescribe assessment instruments with a statewide passing standard. The initiative allows an institution to determine when a student is ready to perform college‐level coursework. High School students who seek to register in a dual credit course, which will grant college credit must prove “college readiness” by achieving a college level score as outlined in Appendix A.

  • Interconnection Customer Compensation for Actions During Emergency Condition The CAISO shall compensate the Interconnection Customer in accordance with the CAISO Tariff for its provision of real and reactive power and other Emergency Condition services that the Interconnection Customer provides to support the CAISO Controlled Grid during an Emergency Condition in accordance with Article 11.6.

  • Management and Control of the Company The Manager shall direct, manage and control the business of the Company to the best of such Manager’s ability and shall have full and complete authority, power and discretion to make any and all decisions and to do any and all things which the Manager shall deem to be reasonably required in light of the Company’s business and objectives.

  • Eligible Assets The Fund shall only make investments in the Eligible Assets as described on Exhibit B, as amended from time to time with the prior written consent of Xxxxx Fargo, in accordance with the Fund’s investment objectives and the investment policies set forth in the Offering Memorandum, as such investment objectives and investment policies may be modified in accordance with the 1940 Act and applicable law and, if applicable, the Related Documents.

  • Qualifying Special Purpose Entity For purposes of SFAS 140, the parties hereto intend that the Trust shall be treated as a "qualifying special purpose entity" as such term is used in SFAS 140 and any successor rule thereto and its power and authority as stated in Section 2.05 of this Agreement shall be limited in accordance with paragraph 35 thereof. [END OF ARTICLE II]

  • Management and Distribution Section 7. Subject to a favorable Majority Shareholder Vote to the extent required by applicable law, the Trustees may, at any time and from time to time, contract for exclusive or nonexclusive advisory and/or management services with any corporation, trust, association or other organization (the “Manager”), every such contract to comply with such requirements and restrictions as may be set forth in the Bylaws; and any such contract may contain such other terms interpretive of or in addition to said requirements and restrictions as the Trustees may determine, including, without limitation, authority to determine from time to time what investments shall be purchased, held, sold or exchanged and what portion, if any, of the assets of the Trust shall be held uninvested and to make changes in the Trust’s investments. The Trustees may also, at any time and from time to time, contract with the Manager or any other corporation, trust, association or other organization, appointing it exclusive or nonexclusive distributor or principal underwriter for the Shares, every such contract to comply with such requirements and restrictions as may be set forth in the Bylaws; and any such contract may contain such other terms interpretive of or in addition to said requirements and restrictions as the Trustees may determine. The fact that: