Applicable Legislation definition

Applicable Legislation means any statute of Canada or a province thereof, and the regulations under any such named or other statute, relating to warrant indentures or to the rights, duties and obligations of warrant agents under warrant indentures, to the extent that such provisions are at the time in force and applicable to this Indenture;
Applicable Legislation means the Securities Legislation Applicable to the Issuer (as defined on page 8) and all legislation incorporated in the definition of this term in other parts of the Subscription Agreement, together with the regulations and rules made and promulgated under that legislation and all administrative policy statements, blanket orders and rulings, notices and other administrative directions issued by the Commissions;
Applicable Legislation means the securities acts in the Selling Provinces, the regulations and rules made thereunder, and all administrative policy statements, blanket orders, notices, directions and rulings issued by the Commissions;

Examples of Applicable Legislation in a sentence

  • Furthermore, the Processor shall assist the Controller in ensuring compliance with the Controller's obligations to (i) document any personal data breach, (ii) notify the applicable supervisory authority of any personal data breach and (iii) communicate such personal data breach to the data subjects, in accordance with Applicable Legislation.

  • Each party shall be liable for any administrative fines imposed by a supervisory authority or a competent court on the party in question due to that party’s failure to fulfill its obligations under Applicable Legislation or otherwise having processed personal data in breach of Applicable Laws or this DPA.

  • Subject to the provisions of this Indenture and Applicable Legislation, the Warrant Agent shall have power to institute and to maintain such actions and proceedings as it may consider necessary or expedient to preserve, protect or enforce its interests and the interests of the Warrantholders.

More Definitions of Applicable Legislation

Applicable Legislation means the Personal Information International Disclosure Protection Act and the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy provisions contained within the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Applicable Legislation means all applicable legislation, regulations, by-laws, codes, rules, standards, policies, procedures, promulgated by any federal, state, and municipal governmental body, including those of its agencies, having authority over CP and, or a Contractor in relation to the Work in the matter of health and safety of the person, property and, or the environment;
Applicable Legislation means the Income Tax Act (the “ITA”), the Canada Disability Savings Act (the “CDSA”) and their Regulations that govern this Plan, the property in this Plan, and the parties involved in this arrangement.
Applicable Legislation means the Income Tax Act and any other federal or provincial legislation affecting retirement savings plans or locked-in addenda.
Applicable Legislation means the legislation in force in the country of harvest covering the following matters:
Applicable Legislation means all provincial and federal legislation governing the Plan, the Plan Assets and the parties hereto including, without limitation, the Income Tax Act (Canada) (the "Tax Act"), the Department of Human Resources Development Act (Canada), the Canada Education Savings Act (Canada) (the "CES Act"), and securities legislation. Any reference to Applicable Legislation shall be deemed to include all such statutes and any regulations, policies, rules, orders or other provisions thereunder, all as may be amended, re-enacted or replaced from time to time;
Applicable Legislation means, as applicable, the securities laws, regulations, rules, rulings and orders in the Selling Jurisdictions in Canada and in jurisdictions where the Issuer is a reporting issuer and all applicable administrative policy statements issued by the securities regulatory authorities in each of the Selling Jurisdictions in Canada and in jurisdictions where the Issuer is a reporting issuer together with the applicable rules and policies of the Exchange;