Applicable Law definition

Applicable Law means, with respect to any Person, any transnational, domestic or foreign federal, state or local law (statutory, common or otherwise), constitution, treaty, convention, ordinance, code, rule, regulation, order, injunction, judgment, decree, ruling or other similar requirement enacted, adopted, promulgated or applied by a Governmental Authority that is binding upon or applicable to such Person, as amended unless expressly specified otherwise.
Applicable Law means all applicable provisions of constitutions, laws, statutes, ordinances, rules, treaties, regulations, permits, licenses, approvals, interpretations and orders of courts or Governmental Authorities and all orders and decrees of all courts and arbitrators.
Applicable Law means the laws and any other instruments having the force of law in the Philippines as they may be issued and enforced from time to time.

Examples of Applicable Law in a sentence

Limit shall be subject to adjustment or increase pursuant to the provisions of Rule 11.1 or as may otherwise be permitted by Applicable Law.

References to any Applicable Law shall include such Applicable Law as from time to time in effect, including any amendment, modification, codification, replacement or reenactment thereof or any substitution therefor.

The Seller waives any right to contest or otherwise assert that this Purchase and Sale Agreement does not constitute a true, complete, absolute and irrevocable sale and assignment by the Seller to the Purchaser of the Purchased Assets under Applicable Law, which waiver shall be enforceable against the Seller in any Voluntary Seller Bankruptcy or Involuntary Seller Bankruptcy.

All payments to the Purchaser under this Purchase and Sale Agreement shall be made without any deduction or withholding for or on account of any tax unless otherwise required by Applicable Law.

The Seller has filed (or caused to be filed) all material tax returns and reports required by Applicable Law to have been filed by it and has paid all material taxes required to be paid by it, in each case, relating to the sale of the Product in the Territory, except any such taxes that are being diligently contested in good faith by appropriate proceedings and for which adequate reserves in accordance with GAAP have been set aside on its books.


More Definitions of Applicable Law

Applicable Law means the laws and any other instruments having the force of law in the Republic of Kenya as they may be issued and in force from time to time;
Applicable Law means any applicable law, including without limitation: (a) provisions of the Code, the Securities Act, the Exchange Act and any rules or regulations thereunder; (b) corporate, securities, tax or other laws, statutes, rules, requirements or regulations, whether federal, state, local or foreign; and (c) rules of any securities exchange or automated quotation system on which the Shares are listed, quoted or traded.
Applicable Law means all laws, rules and regulations applicable to the Person, conduct, transaction, covenant, Other Document or contract in question, including all applicable common law and equitable principles, all provisions of all applicable state, federal and foreign constitutions, statutes, rules, regulations, treaties, directives and orders of any Governmental Body, and all orders, judgments and decrees of all courts and arbitrators.
Applicable Law means all applicable provisions of constitutions, statutes, rules, regulations and orders of all governmental bodies and all orders and decrees of all courts, tribunals and arbitrators.
Applicable Law means the laws and any other instruments having the force of law in India for the time being.
Applicable Law means, with respect to any person, all provisions of laws, statutes, ordinances, rules, regulations, permits, certificates, judgments, decisions, decrees or orders of any governmental authority applicable to such person.
Applicable Law means the laws and any other instruments having the force of law in the Government’s country [or in such other country as may be specified in the Special Conditions of Contract (SC)], as they may be issued and in force from time to time.