Definition of Excluded Change


Excluded Change means the enactment of legislation substantially in the form of the draft legislation relating to the restriction of relief for interest expenses set out in Schedule 5 to the Finance Bill 2017-19 (HC Bill 102) published on September 8, 2017.


Excluded Change means any amendment to, or change in, the Loss Absorption Regulations to implement the proposals in the form originally announced by the European Commission on November 23, 2016 in order to further strengthen the resilience of EU banks (the “Proposals”) or, if the Proposals have been amended as at the issue date of the relevant series of Senior Debt Securities, in the form as so amended as at such date.

Excluded Change means, in relation to paragraph 2(a) of Part 7, a change to the arrangements established between Network Rail and any other person in respect of the payment of any amount under sections 6 or 8 of the Railways Act 2005;

Examples of Excluded Change in a sentence

Excluded Change in Law 38.2 There shall be no amendment to the Contract for Difference, adjustment to the Strike Price or other compensation in respect of or on account of any Excluded Change in Law other than pursuant to the Change Control Procedure.
Excluded Change in Law 6.3 There shall be no amendment to the Contract for Difference, adjustment to the Strike Price or other compensation in respect of or on account of any Excluded Change in Law other than pursuant to the Change Control Procedure.
Excluded Change in Law 26.6 There shall be no amendment to this Agreement, adjustment to the Strike Price or other compensation in respect of or on account of any Excluded Change in Law other than pursuant to the Change Control Procedure.
Excluded Change means the codification in Dutch law of a “thin-capitalization” rule for insurers that is substantially similar to the policy intentions described in item N151 on page 67 of the Coalition Agreement of the (then) proposed Dutch Government (Regeerakkoord) 2017-2021 published on October 10, 2017.