Period. The foregoing provisions of this Section 6 shall expire on the earlier of (a) a Change of Control or (b) the closing of the Initial Public Offering.
Period. 4.1. The period of the Contract is from and including (commencement date) (the “Commencement Date”) to and including (initial expiry date), unless it is terminated earlier or extended under clause 4.2. 4.2. The Purchaser may, by giving notice to the Service Provider, extend the period of the Contract to a date falling no later than (insert longstop expiry date). Subject to that constraint, the Purchaser may extend the period of the Contract on more than one occasion.
Period. The foregoing provisions of this Section 6(b) shall terminate upon the occurrence of a Change of Control.
Period. These benefits will be provided until the earlier of: • Three years from the date of termination of Executive’s employment; • The Executive’s Normal Retirement Date (as defined in the Retirement Plan) (and, in the case of medical insurance, until Executive is eligible for Parts A and B of Medicare or their equivalent, if later); or • The date Executive obtains reasonably comparable life insurance, medical insurance, dental insurance, accident insurance, or disability insurance, as the case may be, at no greater cost to Executive than was the case at Kaydon. The three year limitation provided above will not apply if Executive: • Is age 55 or older at the time of the Change in Control; and • Is fully vested in the Retirement Plan (or would be fully vested if Executive was a participant in that Plan) at the time of the Change in Control.
Period. The Reinsurer shall pay an Experience Refund at the end of each Accounting Period.
Period. This Contract covers all claims made or losses discovered, as original, on original policies issued or renewed during the period April 1st, 2006 12:01 a.m. Standard Time to April 1st, 2007 12:01 a.m. Standard Time at the place and location of risks insured. The maximum original policy period shall be 12 months plus odd time not to exceed 18 months in all, plus extended reporting period coverage or endorsements, as original. Such extended reporting period coverage or endorsements shall be limited to 36 months or so deemed, or such longer period as required by State Regulations. Notwithstanding the foregoing, policies classified by the Reassured as "Run-Off" may be issued for periods up to 72 months. For the purposes of this Contract, any extension, discovery period or extended reporting endorsement attaching to a policy covered hereunder shall be considered as part of the period of the said policy, subject to the provision that a separate limit of liability may apply in respect thereof. Upon expiry of this Contract, policies in force at the effective time and date of expiration hereof shall continue to be covered hereunder until their individual natural expiration or termination dates, whichever sooner, including extensions, discovery periods or other similar extended reporting endorsements attaching to such policies. The Reassured may however, subject to agreement by Reinsurers hereon, terminate the liability of the Reinsurers for claims made or losses discovered, as original, after the effective time and date of expiration hereof and, in such event, the unearned premium at that date applicable to in force policies, including extensions, discovery periods or other similar extended reporting endorsements attached thereto, shall be deducted from the Subject Gross Net Written Premium Income for the purpose of the premium rating hereunder. Notwithstanding the above, should the Reassured elect to terminate Reinsurers' liability, premium applicable to run off policies, discovery periods or other similar extended reporting endorsements in force at the effective time and date of termination shall be deemed to be fully earned and not deducted from the Subject Gross Net Premium Income for the purposes of premium rating hereunder. Any claims applicable to such run off policies, discovery periods or similar extended reporting endorsements shall be deemed to have been made on the date the original policy expired or was cancelled.
Period. The “Period” for Works described in section 6.1(a) is the greater of 1 year and the period, if any, during which the Executive is subject to a restriction on competition pursuant to any employment or consulting agreement entered into, or which may hereafter be entered into, with the Company. The “Period” for Works described in section 6.1(b), 6.1(c) and 6.1(d) is indefinite.