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;

Examples of Court Hearing in a sentence

Conditions 2(b) to 2(g) (inclusive) must each be fulfilled, determined by CareTech or Cambian (as the case may be) to be or to remain satisfied or (if capable of waiver) be waived by CareTech or Cambian (as the case may be) by no later than a time which is immediately before the commencement of the Court Hearing (or such later time and/or date as the Court may allow), failing which the Transaction will lapse.

Read Get Ready for the Court Hearing (Form DV-520- INFO).Q: Can I bring someone with me to court?A: Yes.


More Definitions of Court Hearing

Court Hearing means the hearing of the Court to sanction the Scheme
Court Hearing means the hearing by the Court of the application to sanction the Scheme under Part 26 of the UK Companies Act;
Court Hearing means the hearing by the Court to sanction the Scheme (with or without modification) pursuant to Section 110 of the Companies Law and otherwise in accordance with Part VIII of the Companies Law, including any adjournment or postponement thereof in accordance with applicable Law and this Agreement.
Court Hearing means the hearing of the Court in respect of the application to sanction the Scheme;
Court Hearing means the court hearing of the Grand Court to hear the petition to sanction the Scheme and confirm the Reduction;
Court Hearing the Court hearing at which Gamesys will seek an order sanctioning the Scheme pursuant to Part 26 of the Companies Act;