Business Day Period definition

Business Day Period means any period of the Business Day specified by the Exchange as a Pre-Trading, Opening, Trading or Post-Trading Period.

Examples of Business Day Period in a sentence

The Company shall deliver to the Administrative Agent copies of any documents which the Company receives evidencing, describing or explaining or relating to such new or modified rating within such three- (3-) Business Day Period.

FAILURE TO RESPOND TO THIS REQUEST WITHIN FIVE (5) BUSINESS DAYS WILL RESULT IN THE DEEMED APPROVAL OF THE REQUEST.” If the Responding Party does not respond to that second request within five (5) Business Days following its receipt thereof, then the Responding Party shall be deemed to have approved the applicable Item Requiring Consent as of the end of such five (5) Business Day Period.

If the Bank fails to receive timely notice from the Company or the Company does not implement the option selected in the notice within the five (5) Business Day Period, the Bank may draw under the Pension Fund L/C.

The OS-A portion of the subject parcel north of Balboa Boulevard has been historically used and is currently used by the public for pedestrian and equestrian trail access routes.

The Business Day Period for holidays (New Year's Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day) is charged at Off Peak Period Rates.

The Business Day Period for holidays (New Year's Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, Labor Day, Christmas Day) is charged at Evening Period Rates.

The Non-Offering Party shall exercise this right within five (5) Business Days, failing which such right will expire (and if the Offering Party acquires the Vessel prior to the expiry of the five (5) Business Day Period, it shall be deemed to have given the Non-Offering Party the option to have an SPV acquire the relevant Vessel for the Business on the same terms (including as to price) as the Offering Party, which shall be exercised within the same five (5) Business Day Period).

If Purchaser has any objections to Sellers’ calculation of Estimated Closing Net Working Capital, within such five (5) Business Day Period prior to the Closing Date, Purchaser may prepare and deliver to Sellers a written notice, executed by an officer of Purchaser, setting forth (x) in reasonable detail Purchaser’s good faith objection(s) to Sellers’ calculation of Estimated Closing Net Working Capital and (y) Purchaser’s proposed calculation of Estimated Closing Net Working Capital.

If an offer is delivered by Citigroup within such five Business Day Period, TPC may either accept or reject the offer; provided, however, that if TPC rejects the offer it may not enter an agreement with another party (other than Citigroup) to provide such coverage on substantially the same terms and conditions and at substantially the same rates (or on less favorable terms or more expensive rates) as reflected in the offer for the remaining term of this Section 9.18(b).

If, within ten (10) Business Day Period, the Independent Directors or the Committee have not provided any comments to Clarity on any submission presented to the Independent Directors or the Committee pursuant to this Section 3.05, then, in that event, the materials so submitted by Clarity shall be deemed approved for all purposes under this Section 3.05.

Related to Business Day Period

Business Day means any day except any Saturday, any Sunday, any day which is a federal legal holiday in the United States or any day on which banking institutions in the State of New York are authorized or required by law or other governmental action to close.
Grace Period Business Day means a day on which commercial banks and foreign exchange markets are generally open to settle payments in the place or places and on the days specified for that purpose in the relevant Obligation and if a place or places are not so specified, in the jurisdiction of the Obligation Currency.
Index Business Day means a day on which the level of the Index is usually determined and published by the Index Sponsor.
FX Business Day is any day when (a) Bank’s Foreign Exchange Department is conducting its normal business and (b) the Foreign Currency being purchased or sold by Borrower is available to Bank from the entity from which Bank shall buy or sell such Foreign Currency.
Payment Business Day means a day on which the Trans-European Automated Real-time Gross Settlement Express Transfer System (TARGET2) and the Clearing System settle payments in the Issue Currency.
RFR Business Day means, for any Loan denominated in Pounds Sterling, any day except for (i) a Saturday, (ii) a Sunday or (iii) a day on which banks are closed for general business in London.
Bank Business Day means a day on which the Bank conducts business activities as per its effective opening hours, so when the Bank is open for the purpose of executing payment transactions.
Fund Business Day means any day on which the NAV of Shares of each Fund is determined as stated in the then current Prospectus.
Subsequent Rate Period means, with respect to any Series of VMTP Shares, the period consisting of seven calendar days, but adjusted in each case to reflect any changes when the regular calendar day that is a Rate Determination Date is not a Business Day, from, and including, the first calendar day following the Initial Rate Period of such Series to, and including, the next Rate Determination Date for such Series and any period thereafter from, and including, the first calendar day following a Rate Determination Date for shares of such Series to, and including, the next succeeding Rate Determination Date for shares of such Series.
Extension Determination Date means, in respect of a Series of Covered Bonds, the date falling two Business Days after the expiry of seven days from (and including) the Final Maturity Date of such Covered Bonds.
TARGET2 Business Day means, a day in which the Trans-European Automated Real-Time Gross Settlement Express Transfer (TARGET2) System is open.
Euro Business Day means any day on which the Trans-European Automated Real-Time Gross Settlement Express Transfer (TARGET) System, or any successor system, is open for business.
Applicable Business Day Convention means the “Business Day Convention” which may be specified in the Final Terms as applicable to any date in respect of the Instruments. Where the Final Terms specifies “No Adjustment” in relation to any date, such date shall not be adjusted in accordance with any Business Day Convention. Where the Final Terms fails either to specify an applicable Business Day Convention or “No Adjustment” for the purposes of an Interest Payment Date or an Interest Period End Date, then in the case of Instruments which bear interest at a fixed rate, “No Adjustment” shall be deemed to have been so specified and in the case of Instruments which bear interest at a floating rate, the Modified Following Business Day Convention shall be deemed to have been so specified. Different Business Day Conventions may apply, or be specified in relation to, the Interest Payment Dates, Interest Period End Dates and any other date or dates in respect of any Instruments.
Business Days means days when banks are open for business in the State of Delaware.
Auction Date means the first Business Day preceding the first day of a Dividend Period.
Weekly Rate Period means any period of time during which the 2006 Bonds bear interest at the Weekly
Auction Period means the Interest Period applicable to each Series of Auction Rate Notes during which time the Auction Note Interest Rate for such Series is determined pursuant to Section 2.02(a) of this Appendix B, which Auction Period (after the Initial Period for such Series) shall begin on an Interest Rate Adjustment Date and initially shall consist generally of 28 days for the Auction Rate Notes, as the same may be adjusted pursuant to Section 2.02(g) of this Appendix B.
Relevant Business Day means a day on which the Trans-European Automated Real-time Gross Settlement Express Transfer payment system which utilises a single shared platform and which was launched on 19 November 2007 (TARGET2) is open for the settlement of payments in EUR.
New York Business Day means each Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday which is not a day on which banking institutions in New York City are generally authorized or obligated by law or executive order to close.
Following Business Day Convention means that the relevant date shall be postponed to the first following day that is a Business Day;
School business day means any calendar day except Saturdays, Sundays, and any federal and school holidays upon which the office of the Superintendent is open to the public for business. A school business day concludes or terminates upon the closure of the Superintendent’s office for the calendar day.
TARGET Business Day means a day on which the TARGET System is operating.
Business Day Convention means the first following day that is a Business Day unless that day falls in the next calendar month, in which case that date will be the first preceding day that is a Business Day.
Notification Date means 30 days from an Account statement date (see section 6.3).
Election Date means the date for any series of Registered Securities as specified pursuant to clause (15) of Section 3.01 by which the written election referred to in paragraph (b) above may be made. All decisions and determinations of the Exchange Rate Agent regarding the Dollar Equivalent of the Foreign Currency, the Dollar Equivalent of the Currency Unit, the Market Exchange Rate and changes in the Specified Amounts as specified above shall be in its sole discretion and shall, in the absence of manifest error, be conclusive for all purposes and irrevocably binding upon the Company, the Trustees and all Holders of such Securities denominated or payable in the relevant Currency. The Exchange Rate Agent shall promptly give written notice to the Company and the Trustees of any such decision or determination. In the event that the Company determines in good faith that a Conversion Event has occurred with respect to a Foreign Currency, the Company will immediately give written notice thereof to the Trustees and to the Exchange Rate Agent (and the Trustees will promptly thereafter give notice in the manner provided for in Section 1.06 to the affected Holders) specifying the Conversion Date. In the event the Company so determines that a Conversion Event has occurred with respect to the Euro or any other currency unit in which Securities are denominated or payable, the Company will immediately give written notice thereof to the Trustees and to the Exchange Rate Agent (and the Trustees will promptly thereafter give notice in the manner provided for in Section 1.06 to the affected Holders) specifying the Conversion Date and the Specified Amount of each Component Currency on the Conversion Date. In the event the Company determines in good faith that any subsequent change in any Component Currency as set forth in the definition of Specified Amount above has occurred, the Company will similarly give written notice to the Trustees and the Exchange Rate Agent. The Trustees shall be fully justified and protected in relying and acting upon information received by it from the Company and the Exchange Rate Agent and shall not otherwise have any duty or obligation to determine the accuracy or validity of such information independent of the Company or the Exchange Rate Agent.
Initial Rate Period means, with respect to the VMTP Shares of any Series, the period commencing on and including the Date of Original Issue thereof and ending on, and including, the next succeeding calendar day that is a Wednesday (or if such Wednesday is not a Business Day, the next succeeding Business Day).