Court Hearing definition

Court Hearing means the hearing by the High Court of the Petition to sanction the Scheme under Section 453 of the Act.
Court Hearing means the hearing of the Court to sanction the Scheme under section 899 of the Companies Act and, if such hearing is adjourned, reference to commencement of any such hearing shall mean the commencement of the final adjournment thereof;
Court Hearing means the hearing of the Court to sanction the Scheme

Examples of Court Hearing in a sentence

  • Dr. Kalish was required to attend a Court Hearing and needed to participate in certain conference calls addressing certain pending matters.

  • Application to the High Court to sanction the Scheme Once the approvals of the INM Shareholders have been obtained at the Scheme Meeting and the Extraordinary General Meeting, and the other Conditions have been satisfied or (where applicable) waived, the Scheme must be sanctioned by the High Court at the Court Hearing.

  • Unfortunately, despite hearing about this, the PCO did not receive any definitive information about this until the Debtor’s Counsel advised the PCO and his Counsel about this on March 1, 2019 and provided them with a list of the Facilities involved and subject to a Court Hearing on March 19th, 2019.


More Definitions of Court Hearing

Court Hearing means the hearing by the Court of the application to sanction the Scheme under Part 26 of the Companies Act;
Court Hearing means the hearing (including any adjournment thereof) of the Court to sanction the Scheme;
Court Hearing means a hearing held at court or some other off-site location.
Court Hearing means the court hearing of the Grand Court to hear the petition to sanction the Scheme and confirm the Reduction;
Court Hearing means the hearing of the Court in respect of the application to sanction the Scheme;