Election definition

Election means an election by a constituency, or by a class within a constituency, to fill a vacancy among one or more posts on the council of governors;
Election means each:

Examples of Election in a sentence

  • Departure of Directors or Certain Officers; Election of Directors; Appointment of Certain Officers; Compensatory Arrangements of Certain Officers.

  • During the New Associate Election Period, annual company-wide open enrollment or during a Qualifying Life Event.

  • The Company assumes no liability for a breach of this period by the depositaries (whether due to not accepting communications during a portion of the Common Election Period or for accepting them after the passage of said period, or for any other reason), for which reason any claim in this regard must be addressed by the shareholders or holders of free-of-charge allocation rights to the depositary in question.

  • Election of one (1) remedy is not a waiver of other available remedies.

  • A Qualified Election is an election to either waive a Qualified Joint and Survivor Annuity or a Qualified Pre-Retirement Survivor Annuity.

More Definitions of Election

Election means a general, primary, or special election.
Election means the Company’s choice of the type (as between capital gains track or ordinary income track) of 102 Trustee Grants it will make under the Plan, as filed with the ITA.
Election means a general, special, or primary election held pursuant to the requirements of state
Election means an election or primary election at which the electors of this state or of a subdivision of this state choose or nominate by ballot an individual for public office or decide a ballot question lawfully submitted to them.
Election means the Board’s election of the type (i.e., between 102 Capital Gains Track or 102 Earned Income Track) of 102 Trustee Grants that it will make under the Sub-Plan, as filed with the ITA.