Trinidad and Tobago Sample Clauses

Trinidad and Tobago. 4.For the purpose of this Agreement, itsAnnexes and Appendices, the Less Developed Countries of CARICOM (hereinafterreferred to as "the LDCs") are:
Trinidad and Tobago. 1. The System is made available and provided to You in Trinidad by Citibank (Trinidad & Tobago) Limited, a company continued and existing under the Companies Act Chap. 81:01 of the laws of Trinidad and Tobago having its registered office at 12 Queen’s Park East, Port of Spain in the said Island of Trinidad. Therefore, all references to “Citibank” and/or to “Citibank N.A.” within this Agreement shall be interpreted to refer to Citibank (Trinidad & Tobago) Limited.
Trinidad and Tobago. 13. Yemen
Trinidad and Tobago. (xiv) The British Virgin Islands
Trinidad and Tobago. Paragraph 6 of Article III cannot be implemented in Trinidad as the Customs and Excise Department is not self-accounting and refunds are made on Treasury vouchers." Uganda "Uganda shall not be bound by Article V of the Convention."
Trinidad and Tobago. Fig 13 Bibliography Bloomberg Economic and Social Survey Jamaica 2007 xxxx:// xxxx:// xxxx:// xxxx:// xxxx:// xxxx:// xxxx:// xxxx:// xxxx:// 1 Demutualization is the process by which a “mutual” company converts to a company with shareholders and share capital. Demutualization separates the interests of members as owners from the contractual interests of policyholders.
Trinidad and Tobago. See Arbitration between Barbados and Republic of Trinidad and Tobago Barbados/Guyana Joint Cooperation Zone Treaty, 282 Barents Sea, 2 baselines, 1 in Bangladesh v. India, 341, 353–354 in Bangladesh/Myanmar, 219, 331–332 in Barbados v. Trinidad and Tobago, 323 basis of entitlements and, 68 continental shelf beyond 200 nm, 319–323, 324 delimitation of territorial sea and, 37–38 distance from, 68–69 equidistance line and, 109–110 exclusive economic zone and, 36 in Guyana v. Suriname, 179–180, 213–214 irregularities in coastlines and, 212 in Xxx Xxxxx, 185, 207 in Libya/Malta, 184–185 in Newfoundland and Labrador/ Nova Scotia, 326 in Nicaragua v. Honduras, 327–328 normal, 66 in Qatar/Bahrain, 207–208 straight, 55 in Tunisia/Libya, 272 basepoints, 75, 211, 214–215 in Bangladesh v. India, 219, 238–241 in Bangladesh/Myanmar, 81, 218, 241–242, 383 in Barbados v. Trinidad and Tobago, 390 in Black Sea, 81, 216, 384 in Cameroon v. Nigeria, 284 full effect of, 84–85 in Guyana v. Suriname, 191–192, 194, 390 in Xxx Xxxxx, 192, 194, 195–196 in Libya/Malta, 6–7, 81, 209–221, 382 in Nicaragua v. Colombia, 194–195, 218 in Nicaragua v. Honduras, 81, 194, 237, 238–243 in North Sea Continental Shelf, 235 in provisional line determination, 168, 391 in Qatar/Bahrain, 208, 216 bays closing lines, 272 historic, 46–47 Belgium v. Senegal, 135 Xxxxxxxx, Xxxxxxx, 347–348 bisectors, 81, 167. See also angle bisector Black Sea. See Maritime Delimitation in the Black Sea (Romania v. Ukraine) Xxxxxx, D. W., 294 broad margin states, 9 Cameroon, 41–42, 44, 100, 128, 155, 160–161, 162, 169, 182–183, 255, 264, 265, 269–270, 277, 280, 284, 286, 299–300, 384 Cameroon v. Nigeria. See Land and Maritime Boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria Canada, 6, 65, 83–85, 97, 98, 100, 101–102, 103, 105–106, 112, 113, 150, 151–152, 153, 167, 169, 206, 209, 222, 245, 246–247, 254, 255, 297–298, 300–301, 314, 324–325, 328, 335, 352 Canada/France. See Delimitation of the Maritime Areas between Canada and France Caribbean Sea. See Maritime Delimitation in the Caribbean
Trinidad and Tobago. If in consequence of such dispute it is ascertained that the metering equipment is inaccurate to the extent of two and one half percentum or more, such inaccuracy shall be deemed to have commenced at the beginning of the period to which the monthly account rendered immediately preceding such notice relates and accounts in respect to that period and subsequent periods (if any) during which meter readings have been taken from metering equipment of such inaccuracy shall be appropriately corrected either in favour of the Consumer or of the Commission. If the metering equipment is accurate within the limits aforesaid no adjustment shall be made in favour of either party and the party who required that the matter be determined by arbitration shall pay the cost of such proceedings. INDUSTRIAL LARGE LOAD (RATE D3) AVAILABILITY: Three phase high voltage supply for all purposes supplied and metered at one point. CHARACTER OF 3 Phase, 60 Hertz, Alternating Current at 33kV, 66kV or SERVICE 132kV for loads from 4,000KVA to 25,000KVA. MAXIMUM DEMAND: $21.25 per KVA of maximum demand in a month. Maximum Demand shall be the average KVA load during the 15 minute period of greatest use during the month as indicated by the Commission's meter or at the Commission's option as indicated by tests from time to time. In cases where demand is intermittent or subject to violent fluctuations, the Commission may establish the Maximum Demand on the basis of a shorter interval of measurement, or the KVA of transformer capacity required to serve the customer's load or may assess the demand on the basis of the installed capacity.
Trinidad and Tobago. WHAT IS THE CARIFORUM EPA? • It is a trade and development agreement between CARIFORUM states and the Economic Community and its members. • It establishes a free trade area that is compatible with the World Trade Organisation’s (WTO) central principles of non‐discrimination and reciprocity. • The EPA will liberalise trade in goods and services over a 25 year period.