Examples of Accounting Period in a sentence
Annual Accounting Period means the period commence on 1st July and shall end on 30th June of the succeeding calendar year.
In respect of any period other than an Annual Accounting Period, such remuneration shall be prorated on the basis of the actual number of days for which such remuneration has accrued in proportion to the total number of days in the Annual Accounting Period concerned.
For any period other than an Annual Accounting Period such remuneration will be prorated on the basis of the actual number of days for which such remuneration has accrued in proportion to the total number of days in an Annual Accounting Period concerned.
Accounting Period means a period ending on and including an accounting date and commencing (in case of the first such period) on the date on which the Trust Property is first paid or transferred to the Trustee and (in any other case) from the next day of the preceding accounting period.
They will hold office until the transmission of the reports and accounts, which will cover the period from commencement of the Trust up to the end of the Accounting Period and will, afterwards, be eligible for reappointment by the Management Company with the concurrence of the Trustee.