Dispute Date definition

Dispute Date means, with respect to a Dispute, the date on which a Dispute Notice is effectively delivered by one party to the other party save that if, with respect to a Dispute, both parties deliver a Dispute Notice, the date on which the first in time of such notices is effectively delivered will be the Dispute Date. Each Dispute Notice will be effectively delivered if delivered in the manner agreed between the parties for the giving of notices in respect of this Agreement.
Dispute Date means, with respect to a Dispute, the date on which a Dispute Notice is effectively delivered by one party to the other party save that if, with respect to a Dispute, both parties deliver a Dispute Notice, the date on which the first in time of such notices is effectively delivered will be the Dispute Date. Each Dispute Notice will be effectively delivered if delivered in the manner agreed between the parties for the giving of notices in respect of this Agreement. “Dormant and/or Inactive Account” shall mean any Company Client trading account where the Client/account holder/owner of that trading account has not initiated any trading activity and/or inactivity for a period of six (6) consecutive months and/or where the Company has not carried out any transactions in relation to the trading account by and/or on the instructions of the Client/account holder/owner and/or his/her authorized representative for a period of six (6) consecutive months. “Dormant and/or Inactive Account Fee” shall mean a handling fee of 5 USD or the equivalent to USD per account per month that the Company may charge at its sole discretion and/or paid by a Client for his/her dormant account(s) held by the Company, as this may be amended from time to time by the Company.
Dispute Date shall have the meaning provided in Section 18.1(a)(i).

Examples of Dispute Date in a sentence

  • It is agreed that the parties knowingly and voluntarily waive any right to a Dispute if arbitration is not initiated within one year after the Dispute Date.

  • For purposes hereof, the "Dispute Date" shall be ten (10) business days after the date upon which Executive delivers to the Company, in accordance with Section 9.7, written notice setting forth the particulars of a matter covered by this Agreement about which Executive and the Company disagree (the "Dispute") and stating his intention to seek legal counsel for assistance regarding such matter.

  • If for any reason, including the failure to meet or communicate, the Provider Service Manager(s) and the Recipient Service Manager(s) have not resolved such dispute to the satisfaction of both Parties within fifteen (15) business days after the Dispute Date, then either Party’s Service Manager(s) may immediately refer such dispute to the Executives.

  • If the Parties are unable to resolve the dispute in terms of 10.2 within thirty (30) days from the Dispute Date the dispute will be referred to the Vice–Chancellor or a Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University and the Chief Executive Officer of the Recipient or their duly appointed representative/s, who will use their best endeavours to resolve the dispute.

  • No proceedings for the resolution of a dispute pursuant to Section 10.2 may be commenced until the earlier to occur of: (a) the date a decision is made by the Executives that resolution of the dispute through continued negotiation does not appear likely; or (b) the date that is thirty (30) business days after the Dispute Date.


More Definitions of Dispute Date

Dispute Date shall have the meaning specified in Section 2.10.
Dispute Date shall have the meaning specified in Section 2.6.
Dispute Date has the meaning specified in Section 10.1.
Dispute Date shall have the meaning set forth in Section 9.1 of this Agreement.
Dispute Date is defined in Section 6.1.
Dispute Date shall have the meaning given in Section 20.1(a)(i).
Dispute Date. The Borrower’s invocation of a Valuation Dispute shall be deemed to be: (x) a representation by the Borrower that it has made a good faith determination of a material difference between the Lender’s determination of the Market Value of Eligible Pledged Servicing and the fair market value of Eligible Pledged Servicing; (y) a ratification and reaffirmation by the Borrower of each and every representation, warranty and covenant contained in the Loan Documents; and (z) an agreement that no advances or re-advances of Loan proceeds will be made during the pendency of a Valuation Dispute.