Class 4 definition

Class 4 means a vehicle with a GVWR greater than 14,000 lbs. and less than or equal to 16,000 lbs.
Class 4 means a vehicle with a GVWR that is above 14,000 pounds but at or below 16,000 pounds.
Class 4 means, at any time, all Class 4 Loans at such time.

Examples of Class 4 in a sentence

  • Classes of Claims Unimpaired under the Plan (Priority Claims (Class 1), Other Secured Claims (Class 4), and Convenience Class Claims (Class 5)) shall not be entitled to vote to accept or reject the Plan, and shall be conclusively presumed to have accepted the Plan pursuant to section 1126(f) of the Bankruptcy Code.

  • PARCEL SIZE: 3.6 ha PROPOSED PARCEL SIZES: 1.5 ha (to be transferred to the province) 2.1 ha to be transferred to the Dewitt family) DESIGNATION/ZONE: A – Agriculture PROPOSED DESIGNATION/ZONE: A - Agriculture AGRICULTURAL LAND RESERVE: 100% SOIL CAPABILITY: According to the Canada Land Inventory mapping, the subject property contains 50% Class 3 soils, 40% Class 4 soils, and 10% Class 5 soils, all with excess water and inundation by streams or lakes as limiting factors.

  • Any person who accepts any money or other valuable thing for not bidding for a State contract or who withholds a bid in consideration of the promise for the payment of money or other valuable thing is guilty of a Class 4 felony.

  • The corresponding hoop stress may not exceed 72 percent of the SMYS of the pipe in Class 2 locations, 60 per- cent of SMYS in Class 3 locations, or 50 percent of SMYS in Class 4 locations.

  • Any person who offers or pays any money or other valuable thing to any person to induce him or her not to bid for a State contract or as recompense for not having bid on a State contract is guilty of a Class 4 felony.

More Definitions of Class 4

Class 4 means an on-road vehicle with a GVWR that is 14,001 pounds up to 16,000 pounds.
Class 4. Those teachers with a Bachelors Degree plus 40 (forty) graduate hours or a Masters Degree. CLASS 5: Those teachers with a Masters Degree plus 10 (ten) graduate hours.
Class 4 means heavy-duty motor vehicles above 14,000 pounds GVWR but at or below 16,000 pounds GVWR.
Class 4 means the TCA Special Situations Claim, as described and classified in Section 8.04 of the Plan.
Class 4 means the impaired class designated as "Class 4" in the Reorganization Plan.
Class 4 means the Allowed Priority Tax Claims and Allowed Secured Tax Claims.
Class 4. 8 School Bus, Shuttle Bus, or Transit Bus (Eligible Buses) Eligible Buses include 2009 engine model year or older diesel-powered class 4-8 school buses, shuttle buses, or transit buses. Category 3 – Freight Switchers Eligible Freight Switchers include pre-Tier 4 diesel-powered switcher locomotives that operate 1,000 or more hours per year. Category 4 – Ferries/Tugs Eligible Ferries and/or Tugs include unregulated, Tier 1, or Tier 2 diesel-powered marine engines.