Iowa Sample Clauses

Iowa. All personal property comprising approximately 144 miles of pipeline of varying diameters from 2-inches to 10-inches, associated with the high pressure natural gas distribution system serving the primary markets of Keokuk and Montrose.
Iowa. The local natural gas distribution system comprising approximately 144 miles of pipeline of varying diameters from 2-inches to 10-inches, associated with the natural gas distribution system serving the primary markets of Keokuk and Montrose.
Iowa. Authorized delegate shall operate in full compliance with the Iowa Sale of Certain Instruments for Payment of Money (Iowa Code §§ 533C.1, et seq.), as amended from time to time. • Authorized delegate shall remit all money owing to licensee in accordance with the terms of the contract between the licensee and the authorized delegate. • Authorized delegate shall not provide money services outside the scope of activity permissible under the contract between the authorized delegate and the licensee, except activity in which the authorized delegate is licensed to engage under article 2 or 3 of the Iowa Code. • Authorized delegate holds in trust for the benefit of the licensee all money net of fees received from money transmission.
Iowa a. o I (We) have annual income from whatever source of at least $70,000 and a net worth of at least $70,000, exclusive of home, furnishings and automobiles; or
Iowa. The following county in the State of Iowa: Polk, Jasper, Marion, Warren, Madison, Dallas, Story, Boone, Pottawattamie as well as any other counties in the State of Iowa in which the Employee regularly (a) makes contact with customers of the Company or any of its subsidiaries, (b) conducts the business of the Company or any of its subsidiaries or (c) supervises the activities of other employees of the Company or any of its subsidiaries as of the Date of Termination.
Iowa. 1. Operate in full compliance with Title XIII, Subtitle 2, Chapter 533C, Article 4 of the Iowa Code and any policies and procedures provided to Agent by NetSpend in connection with same. Iowa Code § 533C.401(2).
Iowa. On September 9, 1997, the Commissioner of Insurance for the State of Iowa issued a Cease and Desist Order (the "Iowa Order") to Holoworld, Inc., Sidney Haider and Zara Haider, among others (the "Subjects"). The Iowa Order identified Sidney Haider and Zara Haider as principals of Holoworld, Inc., who were alleged to have sold unregistered securities in the State of Iowa as unregistered brokers or agents. Such alleged sales were claimed to be in violation of Iowa Code sections 502.201, 502.301 and 502.401, and as a result the Subjects were ordered to cease and desist from making further soliciations or sales of unregistered or non-exempt securities in the State of Iowa. The Order further prohibited the Subjects from acting as agents in the State of Iowa without registration, and prohibited Holoworld, Inc., from employing individuals to solicit securities sales in Iowa without registering its agents. The Subjects may not omit any material fact in the sale of any securities in Iowa. On May 4, 1999, Iowa's Superintendent of Securities issued a Cease and Desist Order which prohibited Holoworld, Inc., Holoworld III, Sidney Haider and Zara Haider from offering or selling any securities while the securities are unregistered and not exempt from registration. The individuals were required to cease and desist acting as agents without registration. The entities were also required to cease and desist employing individuals as agents who are not registered. The individuals also were required to cease and desist making untrue statements or omissions of material fact in the offer or sale of securities. On July 14, 1999, Iowa's Superintendent of Securities issued a second Cease and Desist Order which prohibited Holoworld, Inc. Holoworld III, Sidney Haider and Zara Haider from offering or selling any securitieswhile the securities are unregistered and not exempt from registration. On December 29, 1999, those individuals filed an opposition to the State's motion for order compelling discovery directed to them. In 2000, the Subjects engaged in a dialogue with the State of Iowa seeking to be permitted additional time to fashion an appropriate rescission offer to all Iowa residents who invested in Holoworld,and to provide adequate disclosures about Holoworld (through this Proxy Statement) for the Iowa investors to make a decision whether or not to elect rescission. The Subjects have continued voluntarily to provide requested information to the State of Iowa, and have obtained a c...