Entitlement definition

Entitlement means the number specified as such in the relevant Supplemental Listing Document, subject to any adjustment in accordance with Condition 6;

Examples of Entitlement in a sentence

Number of Equity Shares validly tendered by any Eligible Shareholder up to the Buyback Entitlement of such Eligible Shareholder shall be accepted to the full extent.

The Equity Shares tendered by any Eligible Shareholder over and above the Buyback Entitlement of such Eligible Shareholder shall be accepted in accordance with Paragraph 19 of the Letter of Offer.

Please note that the Company shall accept Equity Shares from the Eligible Shareholders on the basis of their holding and Buyback Entitlement.

Full Acceptance from Small Shareholders in the Reserved Category, who have validly tendered their Equity Shares to the extent of their Buyback Entitlement, or the number of Equity Shares tendered by them, whichever is less.

The Equity Shares tendered by any Eligible Shareholder over and above the Buyback Entitlement of such Eligible Shareholder shall be accepted in accordance with Paragraph 20 of the Letter of Offer.


More Definitions of Entitlement

Entitlement means the entitlement specified as such in the definition of the relevant Series, subject to any adjustment in accordance with Product Condition 4;
Entitlement means, in relation to a Physical Delivery Warrant or, if Units are specified in the applicable Final Terms, each Unit, as the case may be, the quantity of the Relevant Asset or the Relevant Assets, as the case may be, which a Holder is entitled to receive on the Settlement Date in respect of each such Warrant or Unit, as the case may be, following payment of the Exercise Price (and any other sums payable) (including Expenses as defined in Condition 12) rounded down as provided in Condition 5(C)(1), as determined by the Calculation Agent including any documents evidencing such Entitlement;
Entitlement means Deliverable Obligations, as selected by the Issuer, with:
Entitlement means Deliverable Obligations, being the Reference Obligation with an Outstanding Principal Balance (or the equivalent Currency Amount thereof), in an aggregate amount (excluding any accrued and unpaid interest) equal to the Aggregate Nominal Amount of the Notes outstanding as of the relevant Event Determination Date less an Outstanding Principal Balance of such Reference Obligation with a market value as determined by Issuer equal to Unwind Costs (if any).
Entitlement means the number of Structured Warrants to which one (1) Underlying ETFrelates, as specified in the relevant Term Sheets.
Entitlement means the amount of aids a coordinating agency will be eligible to receive under this section as determined under sub.(5).