Regulator Sample Clauses

Regulator a single operationally independent capital markets regulatory authority (the “CMRA”), with an expert board of directors (the “Board of Directors”), a regulatory division and an adjudicative tribunal (the “Tribunal”), that administers the Capital Markets Act and the Capital Markets Stability Act and a single set of regulations under authority delegated by the Participating Jurisdictions, that has responsibility for regulatory, enforcement and adjudicative functions, that has the authority to identify and manage systemic risk and that will represent Canada internationally in matters of capital markets regulation, all as specified in legislation, subject to legislative approval, and other constating charter documents to be agreed to by the Participating Jurisdictions (the “CMRA Charter Documentation”);
Regulator. This Agreement is subject to the Regulator's right to direct the variation or termination thereof and the parties will take all steps necessary to give effect to any such variation or termination.
Regulator. The output of this function is connected in such a way as to transfer the digital regulator from AC to DC regulation when its potential intelligence is lost. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Proprietary Information Page 11 AES IRONWOOD CONTRACT FINAL ISSUE - OCTOBER 30, 1998 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If a voltage regulator loses its potential intelligence signal, then the regulator will drive the excitation of the generator to ceiling. Protection for loss of potential intelligence to a regulator is desired for faults within the potential intelligence circuits themselves. Protective operations are not desired for voltage disturbances caused by external faults or for loss of voltage from causes other than those within the potential sources. Note that under a line fault condition, it is desirable to have the regulator boost excitation; it would be undesirable to have the loss of sensing voltage detector function operate on this condition as a loss of potential signal and transfer the regulator. Because of this, it is necessary to discriminate between conditions of faulty voltages created within the potential measuring circuits themselves and complete or partial loss of voltage resulting from causes external to the potential measuring equipment. To accomplish the necessary discrimination, the loss of sensing protective module requires a three-phase potential signal from the regulator potential transformers plus an additional three-phase potential signal from another set of potential transformers that monitor the same machine (such as the metering potential transformers).
Regulator. W&R agrees to review and either approve or disapprove any advertising and sales literature drafted by Company (or agents on its behalf) with respect to the Portfolios within ten (10) business days. In the event that W&R disapproves any advertising and/or sales literature drafted by Company, Company shall not use such materials.
Regulator. The Financial Conduct Authority, 00 Xxx Xxxxx Xxxxxxxxx, Xxxxxx Xxxxx, Xxxxxx X00 0XX . To receive this Agreement in an alternative format, please contact Us on 0000 000 0000 or email Us at
Regulator. The Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”), the Prudential Regulation Authority (“PRA”), or any equivalent local/home state regulatory body as the context so requires and any successor(s) to such regulatory body.
Regulator. The competent Agency of the Government for electricity generation established under the provisions section…………………. of the Act.
Regulator. The Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority, established by by Section 4 of Cap. 414 of the Laws of The United Republic of Tanzania. The terms “Authority” and “Regulator” may be used interchangeably.
Regulator. Likewise, CT&T shall be responsible for making all appropriate reports or filings with its state regulators. In the event prior approval of a loan is required from a state regulator, the loan may not be made effective until after the requisite approval has been obtained.