Effective definition

Effective means the treatments beneficial effects can be expected to outweigh any harmful effects. Effective care is treatment proven to have a positive effect on your health, while addressing particular problems caused by disease, Injury, Illness or a clinical condition.
Effective means that the intervention can be reasonably expected to produce the intended results and to have expected benefits that outweigh potential harmful effects.
Effective means that the intervention, supply or level of service can reasonably be expected to produce the intended results and to have expected benefits that outweigh potential harmful effects.

Examples of Effective in a sentence

Performance of all obligations shall be reckoned from the Effective Date of the Contract.

They are: the supportive government policies and legislation, High awareness level of solid waste stakeholders, availability of financial resources to manage SWs, Effective implementation of by laws on SWM and the usage of the locally available resources both material and financial 5.2 Assumptions 5.2.1 Supportive government policies and legislation To enable legal, regulatory, and policy environments are critical to the sustainable PPP.

Effective February 10, 2003, PLDT appointed JP Morgan Chase Bank as successor depositary for PLDT’s ADR facility.

Characteristics of the Receiving Sub-Fund will remain the same after the Effective Date.

Shareholders are informed that on Effective Date, the Receiving Sub-Fund will be registered for distribution in the same countries as the Merging Sub-Fund.


More Definitions of Effective

Effective means that the document must be:
Effective means that the planning policy must be:
Effective means that the specialist has received Satisfactory Component ratings in at least four (4) out of five (5) components in accordance with the Appraisal Criteria in 5.0.
Effective means that:
Effective means in the context of the Acquisition: (i) if the Acquisition is implemented by way of the Scheme, means the Scheme having become effective pursuant to its terms; or (ii) if the Acquisition is implemented by way of a Takeover Offer, means the Takeover Offer having been declared or become unconditional in all respects in accordance with the requirements of the Code;
Effective means with respect to any judicial ruling, order, or judgment that the period for any motions for reconsideration, motions for rehearing, appeals, petitions for certiorari, or the like (“Review Proceeding”) has expired without the initiation of a Review Proceeding, or, if a Review Proceeding has been timely initiated, that it has been fully and finally resolved, either by court action or by voluntary action of any party, without any possibility of a reversal, vacatur, or modification of any judicial ruling, order, or judgment, including the exhaustion of all proceedings in any remand or subsequent appeal and remand. The Settling Parties agree that absent an appeal or other attempted Review Proceeding, the Final Approval Order becomes Effective thirty-five (35) calendar days after its entry.
Effective means in the context of the Acquisition: (i) if the Acquisition is implemented by way of a Scheme, the Scheme having become effective in accordance with its terms, upon the delivery to the Registrar of Companies of the Court Order together with the minute required by Section 86 of the Act confirming the Reduction of Capital and such Reduction of Capital having become effective upon the registration of the Court Order and minute by the Registrar of Companies; or (ii) if the Acquisition is implemented by way of a Takeover Offer, the Takeover Offer having been declared or become unconditional in all respects in accordance with the requirements of the Takeover Rules;