Accumulation Period definition

Accumulation Period means a six-month period during which contributions may be made toward the purchase of Stock under the Plan, as determined pursuant to Section 3(b).
Accumulation Period means, solely for the purposes of the definition of Group One Monthly Principal Payment as such term is defined in each Supplement relating to Group One, the Controlled Accumulation Period.
Accumulation Period means a calendar year;

Examples of Accumulation Period in a sentence

If the spousal beneficiary assumes the contract before rider income has begun, the rider simply continues in the Accumulation Period.

If there is an Accumulation Period, the Trustees shall apply the Partnership Share Money to acquire Shares on behalf of the Qualifying Employee on the Acquisition Date.

The Deductible for Dental Procedures provided by Delta Dental Premier Dentists is $50 per Subscriber and per Covered Dependent, per Benefit Accumulation Period; however, no family will pay more than $150 per Benefit Accumulation Period in Deductibles regardless of the number of family members covered.

If there is no Accumulation Period, the Trustees shall apply Partnership Share Money to acquire Shares on behalf of the Qualifying Employee on the Acquisition Date.

Additional Withdrawal Payments may be subject to a Withdrawal Charge if the sum of the Additional Withdrawal and the annual Withdrawal Payment exceed the Free Withdrawal amount of the Policy.This rider has 2 periods: the Accumulation Period and the Withdrawal Period.


More Definitions of Accumulation Period

Accumulation Period means, unless a Pay Out Event shall ------------------- have occurred prior thereto, the period commencing at the close of business on January 31, 1999, or such later date as is determined in accordance with subsection 4.09(i) of the Agreement and ending on the first to occur of (a) the commencement of the Rapid Amortization Period and (b) the Series 1996-7 Termination Date.
Accumulation Period means, with respect to any Series, or any Class within a Series, a period following the Revolving Period, which shall be the accumulation or other period in which Collections of Principal Receivables are accumulated in an account for the benefit of the Investor Certificateholders of such Series, or a Class within such Series, in each case as defined with respect to such Series in the related Supplement.
Accumulation Period means, solely for the purposes of the definition of Monthly Principal Payment as such term is defined in each Supplement, the Controlled Accumulation Period.
Accumulation Period means, with respect to any Series, Class or Tranche of Notes, a period following the Revolving Period during which Principal Collections are accumulated in an account for the benefit of the Noteholders of such Series, Class or Tranche, which shall be the controlled accumulation period, the principal accumulation period, the early accumulation period, the optional accumulation period, the limited accumulation period or other accumulation period, in each case as defined with respect to such Series, Class or Tranche in the related Indenture Supplement.
Accumulation Period means, unless a Pay Out Event shall have occurred prior thereto, the period commencing at the close of business on April 30, 2011, or such later date as is determined in accordance with Section 2.04(b), and ending on the first to occur of (a) the commencement of the Early Amortization Period, (b) the payment in full of the Outstanding Principal Balance of the Class B(2007-B1) Notes and (c) the Class B(2007-B1) Final Maturity Date.
Accumulation Period means, unless an Early Amortization Period shall have occurred prior thereto, the period commencing on the Accumulation Period Commencement Date and terminating on the earlier of (i) the close of business on the day immediately preceding the date on which an Early Amortization Period commences and (ii) the last day of the Collection Period preceding the Payment Date on which the Series 2012-A Outstanding Principal Amount is expected to be paid in full.
Accumulation Period means, unless a Pay Out Event shall have occurred prior thereto, the period commencing at the opening of business on the Controlled Accumulation Date and ending on the first to occur of (a) the commencement of the Rapid Amortization Period and (b) the Series Termination Date.