VALUATION OF Sample Clauses

VALUATION OF. FUND The Fund will be valued each Valuation Date at fair market value.
VALUATION OF a Fleet subject to long-term charter. The Market Value of a Fleet Vessel which at the relevant time is subject to a charter or other contract of employment having an unexpired term of at least 12 months with a first class charterer acceptable to the Lenders (in their absolute discretion) shall be the aggregate of the present values (as may be conclusively determined by the Agent) of:
VALUATION OF. CRUDE OIL -------------------------
VALUATION OF. HOLYHEAD PORT AND STRANRAER PORT The value of each Port shall be the amount (expressed in Dollars by reference to exchange rates prevailing on the day of computation of the Security Value) determined as the earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation in respect of such Port for the previous period of twelve (12) months as shown in the documents relating to such Port most recently delivered to and accepted by the Agent pursuant to Clause 14.2(E) multiplied by six and one half (6.5) provided that if the Agent on the instructions of the Majority Banks gives notice to the Borrower that the foregoing does not represent a fair market value of Holyhead Port and/or Stranraer Port the value shall be determined by the auditors of the Borrower or such other firm of auditors as the Agent shall on the instructions of the Majority Banks appoint on a basis which in the opinion of such auditors provides a Fair Market Valuation in accordance with the practice adopted by auditors in valuing similar port facilities in the United Kingdom. The foregoing procedure shall also be used to value any other Port which may from time to time be subject to a Port Mortgage in favour of the Security Agent. The initial values in Sterling of Holyhead Port and Stranraer Port shall be (pound)72,202,000 and (pound)13,533,000 respectively (being the values determined as at 31 December 2001 by reference to the earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation for the previous twelve (12) months in respect of each respective Port).
VALUATION OF. ASSETS The value of the assets of each Acquired Fund shall be the value of such assets computed as of the Valuation Time on the Closing Date. The net asset value of the assets of the Acquired Funds to be transferred to the corresponding Successor Fund shall be computed by the Trust, and shall be subject to adjustment by the amount, if any, agreed to by the Trust and the Company. In determining the value of the securities transferred by the Acquired Fund to the Successor Fund, each security shall be priced in accordance with the pricing policies and procedures of the Acquired Fund as described in the then current prospectus and statement of additional information. For such purposes, price quotations and the security characteristics relating to establishing such quotations shall be determined by the Trust, provided such determination shall be subject to the approval of the Company. 5.


  • Valuation The Subscriber acknowledges that the price of the Securities was set by the Company on the basis of the Company’s internal valuation and no warranties are made as to value. The Subscriber further acknowledges that future offerings of Securities may be made at lower valuations, with the result that the Subscriber’s investment will bear a lower valuation.

  • Valuation Date The value of the Collateral shall be determined on the date of the Buy-In (or the payment made pursuant to Section 6.2 below).

  • Determination of Fair Market Value For purposes of this Section 10.2, “fair market value” of a share of Common Stock as of a particular date (the “Determination Date”) shall mean:

  • VALUATION OF TRUST The Trustee must value the Trust Fund as of each Accounting Date to determine the fair market value of each Participant's Accrued Benefit in the Trust. The Trustee also must value the Trust Fund on such other valuation dates as directed in writing by the Advisory Committee or as required by the Employer's Adoption Agreement.

  • Valuation of Property (i) Should the purchase price specified in the Transfer Notice be payable in property other than cash or evidences of indebtedness, the Holders shall have the right to pay the purchase price in the form of cash equal in amount to the fair market value of such property.

  • Portfolio Valuation and Diversification Etc Risk Factor Ratings;

  • Determination of Net Asset Value The Trustees shall cause the Net Asset Value of Shares of each Series or Class to be determined from time to time in a manner consistent with applicable laws and regulations. The Trustees may delegate the power and duty to determine Net Asset Value per Share to one or more Trustees or officers of the Trust or to a custodian, depository or other agent appointed for such purpose. The Net Asset Value of Shares shall be determined separately for each Series or Class at such times as may be prescribed by the Trustees or, in the absence of action by the Trustees, as of the close of regular trading on the New York Stock Exchange on each day for all or part of which such Exchange is open for unrestricted trading.

  • Annual Evaluation A. The Board shall evaluate the performance of the Superintendent at least once a year in accordance with statutes, regulations and Board policy relating to Superintendent evaluation. Each annual evaluation shall be in writing and shall represent a majority of the Board. A copy of the evaluation shall be provided to the Superintendent, and the Superintendent and the Board shall meet to discuss the findings. The Board may meet in closed session to discuss the evaluation and the Superintendent’s performance where a Rice notice has been served upon the Superintendent, giving notice that the Superintendent’s employment will be discussed in closed session, and the Superintendent has not requested that the meeting be conducted in public. The evaluations shall be based upon the criteria adopted by the Board and the Superintendent, the goals and objectives of the district, which shall include encouragement of student achievement, the responsibilities of the Superintendent as set forth in the job description for the position of Superintendent, the district’s placement on the NJQSAC continuum (with respect to those DPRs that are within the Superintendent’s control), and such other criteria as the State Board of Education shall by regulation prescribe. In the event that the Board determines that the performance of the Superintendent is unsatisfactory in any respect, it shall describe in writing, and in reasonable detail, the specific instances of unsatisfactory performance. The evaluation shall include specific recommendations for improvement in all instances where the Board deems performance to be unsatisfactory. The Superintendent shall have the right to respond in writing to the evaluation; this response shall become a permanent attachment to the Superintendent's personnel file upon the Superintendent's request. The Superintendent shall be entitled to copies of all back-up materials utilized in the process.

  • Valuations Capital Commitment Investments shall be valued annually as of the end of each year (and at such other times as deemed appropriate by the Managing Member) in accordance with the principles utilized by the Company (or any Affiliate that is a general partner of the Funds) in valuing investments of the Funds or, in the case of investments not held by the Funds, in the good faith judgment of the Managing Member, subject in each case to the second proviso of the immediately succeeding sentence. The value of any Capital Commitment Interest as of any date (the “Capital Commitment Value”) shall be based on the value of the underlying Capital Commitment Investment as set forth above; provided, that the Capital Commitment Value may be determined as of an earlier date if determined appropriate by the Managing Member in good faith; provided further, that such value may be adjusted by the Managing Member to take into account factors relating solely to the value of a Capital Commitment Interest (as compared to the value of the underlying Capital Commitment Investment), such as restrictions on transferability, the lack of a market for such Capital Commitment Interest and lack of control of the underlying Capital Commitment Investment. To the full extent permitted by applicable law such valuations shall be final and binding on all Members; provided further, that the immediately preceding proviso shall not apply to any Capital Commitment Interests held by a person who is or was at any time a direct Member of the Company.