Eligible Trust definition

Eligible Trust means - (i) a trust created by or in pursuance of the provisions of any law which is for the time being in force in any State, or (ii) a trust, the properties of which are vested in a treasurer under the Charitable Endowments Act 1890 (Act 6 of 1890), or (iii) a religious or charitable trust which is administered or controlled or supervised by or under the provisions of any law, which is for the time being in force relating to religious or charitable trusts or, (iv) any other trust, being an irrevocable trust, which has been created for the purpose of or in connection with the endowment of any property or properties for the benefit or use of the public or any section thereof, or (v) a trust created by a will which is valid and has become effective, or (vi) any other trust, being an irrevocable trust, which has been created by an instrument in writing and includes `depository' within the meaning of Clause(e) of Sub-section (1) of Section 2 of The Depository Act, 1996;
Eligible Trust means - (i) a trust created by or in pursuance of the provisions of any law which is for the time being in force in any State, or (ii) a trust, the properties of which are vested in a treasurer under the Charitable
Eligible Trust. , at any time, means a trust, other than a trust

Examples of Eligible Trust in a sentence

  • Any Person into which the Trust Advisor may be merged or consolidated, or any Person resulting from any merger, conversion, other change in form or consolidation to which the Trust Advisor shall be a party, or any Person succeeding to the business of the Trust Advisor, shall be the successor of the Trust Advisor hereunder, without the execution or filing of any paper or any further act on the part of any of the parties hereto; provided that the successor or surviving Person is an Eligible Trust Advisor.

  • Notwithstanding Clauses 14.1, 14.2 and 14.3, no retirement or removal of the US$ Note Trustee will be effective until a Substitute US$ Note Trustee that is an Eligible Trust Corporation and that satisfies the requirement set out in Clause 9.9 has been appointed in its place.

  • If a Substitute US$ Note Trustee has not been appointed under Clauses 14.2 or 14.3 at a time when the position of US$ Note Trustee would, but for this Clause 14.4, become vacant in accordance with those Clauses, the Issuer must promptly advise the US$ Noteholders and the US$ Noteholders may by an Extraordinary Resolution appoint an Eligible Trust Corporation nominated by any of them to act as US$ Note Trustee.

  • Upon such retirement the US$ Note Trustee, subject to any approval required by law, may appoint in writing any other Eligible Trust Corporation as US$ Note Trustee in its stead provided that the Manager has first provided the Issuer with a Rating Notification in relation to the appointment of the replacement US$ Note Trustee.

  • If the US$ Note Trustee does not propose a replacement by the date which is one month prior to the date of its proposed retirement, the Manager is entitled to appoint a Substitute US$ Note Trustee, which must be an Eligible Trust Corporation, as of the date of the proposed retirement provided that the Manager has first provided the Issuer with a Rating Notification in relation to the appointment of the proposed Substitute US$ Note Trustee.


More Definitions of Eligible Trust

Eligible Trust means an Eligible Trust referred to in Clause 1.8;
Eligible Trust means a trust, other than a trust
Eligible Trust. , at any particular time, means a trust, other than a trust 10
Eligible Trust. , at any particular time, means a
Eligible Trust means any trust or settlement under which only Beneficiaries or a group of Beneficiaries has any interest;
Eligible Trust. , at a particular time, means a trust that meets the following conditions: