Statute Sample Clauses

Statute. Any reference to a statute in this Agreement, whether or not that statute has been defined or cited, includes all regulations made under it, any amendments made to it and in force, and any statute passed in replacement of or in substitution for it. * * * * *
Statute. Any reference to a statute in this Agreement, whether or not that statute has been defined or cited, includes all regulations made under it, any amendments made to it and in force, and any statute passed in replacement of or in substitution for it.
Statute. Unless otherwise specified, references to a statute means such statute as amended from time to time and includes any successor legislation thereto and any rules or regulations promulgated thereunder; provided that, for the purposes of the representations and warranties set forth herein, with respect to any violation of or non-compliance with, or alleged violation of or non-compliance with, any Applicable Law, the reference to such Applicable Law means such Applicable Law as in effect at the time of such violation or non-compliance or alleged violation or non-compliance.
Statute. As indicated at the beginning of this chapter, in seeking to answer the research question of whether English law ought to be further developed to provide fuller protection for the privacy of the corporation, it is essential to, in addition to common law, investigate whether the English statute offers protection for the privacy of the corporation, and if so, the extent of such protection. This Part therefore investigates the United Kingdom legislationthe Data Protection Act 1998, Protection from Harassment Act 1997, and the Broadcasting Act 1996 – which protect certain aspects of privacy and establishes that the Broadcasting Act 1996 is the only statute therein which protects the privacy of the corporation.
Statute. Statute" shall mean the Delaware Limited Liability Company Act as it may be amended from time to time.
Statute. Unless otherwise specified, references to a statute means such statute as amended from time to time and includes any successor legislation thereto and any rules or regulations promulgated thereunder.
Statute. [Subject to Clause 6,] the Purchaser is deemed to have satisfied itself on the application of all statute and statutory regulations and rules in so far as affecting or relating to the Property and, except as expressly provided for in the Missives, the Seller gives no warranties or assurances on such matters.