External Event definition

External Event means an event in Mississauga Celebration Square planned by an external Event Organizer. This includes events planned by City employees that are non-work related (i.e. not part of the employee’s roles and responsibilities).
External Event means any event, development, change or occurrence that (either alone or in combination) comprises, results from or is attributable to:
External Event means any event, development, change or occurrence comprising, resulting from, contemplated by or attributable to (either alone or in combination):

Examples of External Event in a sentence

This may be as a result of an External Event, Legal Requirement or for any other reason which we consider necessary for our protection or your protection or benefit.

Where we are unable to fulfil or execute your instructions due to any External Event or Legal Requirement, we reserve the right to defer your instructions or cancel them and hold the relevant funds as cash within your account(s).

The Request shall identify the External Event and set forth the general nature and scope of the adjustment requested.

By way of illustration and not of limitation, an External Event may include a material market fluctuation, governmental law, the actual or proposed enactment or promulgation of a regulation or administrative action, or a fundamental change in manufacturers’ pricing or distribution policies.

In response to an External Event, the Company may, at its option, request in writing (a “Request”) that the pricing and/or other terms of this Agreement be renegotiated so as to equitably reflect the effect of the External Event.

If the surplus is caused by an External Event, the Company may implement paragraphs 15.06(b) and 15.08.

Additional Disruption Events and Optional Additional Disruption Events:(a)Additional Disruption Events: Not applicable (b)The following Optional Additional Disruption Events apply to the Securities: Administrator/Benchmark Event Extraordinary External Event Significant Alteration Event Jurisdiction Event Hedging Arrangements: Not applicable (c)Redemption: Monetisation Option: Applicable Protected Amount: 100.00 per cent.

Additional Disruption Events and Optional Additional Disruption Events:(a) Additional Disruption Events: Not applicable(b) The following Optional Additional Disruption Events apply to the Securities:Administrator/Benchmark Event Extraordinary External Event Signification Alteration Event Jurisdiction EventHedging Arrangements: Not applicable (c) Redemption: Monetisation Option: Applicable Protected Amount: 100.00 per cent.

The UPA requires that if a Stationary Source has identified an External Event as likely, the following information needs to be included in the RMP either as a narrative in the text or within the covered process data elements.

Where we are unable to execute your instructions because of any External Event or Legal Requirement, we reserve the right to defer your instructions or cancel them and place the relevant funds in Cash Within Your Account.


More Definitions of External Event

External Event means the occurrence of any of the following events:
External Event means, in the case of a Loss of Custody Investments, any external event that is not within the reasonable control of the Trustee, the consequences of which would have been unavoidable despite all reasonable efforts to the contrary, which events may include the following (without limitation): (1) natural events beyond human control or influence, (2) the adoption of any law, decree, regulation, decision or order by any government or governmental body, including any court or tribunal, which impacts the Custody Investments or (3) war, riots or other major upheavals, PROVIDED THAT the Trustee shall use all reasonable efforts to minimise the effects of the same, including, for the avoidance of doubt, the maintenance at all times, and testing of adequate disaster recovery arrangements.

Related to External Event

External Wall means an outer wall of a building even though adjoining to a wall of another building and also means a wall abutting on an interior open space of a building.
External floating roof means a storage vessel cover in an open tank top consisting of a double deck or pontoon single deck which rests upon and is supported by the petroleum liquid being contained and is equipped with a closure seal or seals to close the space between the roof edge and tank shell.
External dose means that portion of the dose equivalent received from any source of radiation outside the body.
Internal Control Event means a material weakness in, or fraud that involves management or other employees who have a significant role in, the Borrower’s internal controls over financial reporting, in each case as described in the Securities Laws.
Public event means a specifically named or sponsored event of limited duration that is either conducted by a public entity or conducted by a private entity with a permit or license granted by a public entity. Public event does not include an unsponsored gathering of people in a public place.
Automated external defibrillator or AED” means an external defibrillator capable of cardiac rhythm analysis that will charge and deliver a shock, either automatically or by user interaction, after electronically detecting and assessing ventricular fibrillation or rapid ventricular tachycardia.
External Manager means either of the following: (1) A person who is seeking to be, or is, retained by a board or an investment vehicle to manage a portfolio of securities or other assets for compensation, or (2) A person who manages an investment fund and who offers or sells, or has offered or sold, an ownership interest in the investment fund to a board or an investment vehicle.
External Debt means obligations (other than the Notes) of, or guaranteed by, the Republic for borrowed money or evidenced by bonds, notes or other similar instruments denominated or payable, or those which at the option of the holder thereof are so denominated or payable, in a currency other than the local currency of the Republic.
Disruption Event means either or both of:
Additional Disruption Event means any of Change in Law, Hedging Disruption and/or Increased Cost of Hedging.
Internal Reorganization means any reorganization between or among the Borrower and any Subsidiary or Subsidiaries or between or among any Subsidiary and one or more other Subsidiaries or any combination thereof by way of liquidations, mergers, consolidations, conveyances, assignments, sales, transfers and other dispositions of all or substantially all of the assets of a Subsidiary (whether in one transaction or in a series of transactions); provided that (a) the Borrower shall preserve and maintain its status as a validly existing corporation and (b) all assets, liabilities, obligations and guarantees of any Subsidiary party to such reorganization will continue to be held by such Subsidiary or be assumed by the Borrower or a Wholly-Owned Subsidiary of the Borrower.
Realization Event means (i) the consummation of a Sale of the Company; or (ii) any transaction or series of related transactions in which the Investor sells at least 50% of the Shares directly or indirectly acquired by it (from the Company or otherwise) and at least 50% of the aggregate of all Investor Investments.
Internal Use means that Authorized Users may use the Product only for Client’s internal business purposes. Except as otherwise specified on an Order Form, Products are not licensed for external use.
Benchmark Event means, with respect to an Original Reference Rate:
Capital Event means any Partnership transaction not in the ordinary course of its business including, without limitation, principal payments, prepayments, the incurrence of prepayment penalties, refinancing, sales, exchanges, foreclosures, or other dispositions of property directly or indirectly owned by the Partnership and recoveries of damage awards and insurance proceeds not used to rebuild (other than the receipt of contributions to the capital of the Partnership and business or rental interruption insurance proceeds not used to rebuild).
Partnership Change of Control means Tesoro ceases to possess, directly or indirectly, the power to direct or cause the direction of the management and policies of the General Partner of the Partnership, whether through ownership of voting securities, by contract, or otherwise.
Regulatory Capital Event means the good faith determination by the Company that, as a result of (i) any amendment to, clarification of, or change in, the laws or regulations of the United States or any political subdivision of or in the United States that is enacted or becomes effective after the initial issuance of any share of the Series A Preferred Stock, (ii) any proposed change in those laws or regulations that is announced or becomes effective after the initial issuance of any share of the Series A Preferred Stock, or (iii) any official administrative decision or judicial decision or administrative action or other official pronouncement interpreting or applying those laws or regulations or policies with respect thereto that is announced after the initial issuance of any share of the Series A Preferred Stock, there is more than an insubstantial risk that the Company will not be entitled to treat the full liquidation preference amount of $25,000 per share of the Series A Preferred Stock then outstanding as “tier 1 capital” (or its equivalent) for purposes of the capital adequacy guidelines of the Federal Reserve (or, as and if applicable, the capital adequacy guidelines or regulations of any successor Appropriate Federal Banking Agency) as then in effect and applicable, for so long as any share of the Series A Preferred Stock is outstanding.
Recapitalization Event – shall mean any event of share combination or subdivision, distribution of bonus shares or any other similar reclassification, reorganization or recapitalization of the Company’s share where the shareholders retain their proportionate holdings in the Company.
Significant Event means any of the following not involving a violation of this Section 6: (A) the public announcement of a proposal or intention to acquire, or the acquisition, by any person or 13D Group of beneficial ownership of Voting Securities representing 15% or more of the then outstanding Voting Securities; (B) the public announcement of a proposal or intention to commence, or the commencement, by any person or 13D Group of a tender or exchange offer to acquire Voting Securities which, if successful, would result in such person or 13D Group owning, when combined with any other Voting Securities owned by such person or 13D Group, 15% or more of the then outstanding Voting Securities; or (C) the entry into by the Company, or the public announcement by the Company of an intention or determination to enter into, any merger, sale or other business combination transaction, or an agreement therefor, pursuant to which the outstanding shares of capital stock of the Company would be converted into cash, other consideration or securities of another person or 13D Group or 50% or more of the then outstanding shares of capital stock of the Company would be owned by persons other than the then current holders of shares of capital stock of the Company, or which would result in all or a substantial portion of the Company’s assets being sold to any person or 13D Group.
Material Event or “Material Information” shall mean such event or information as set out in the Schedule or as may be determined in terms of Clause 3 of the Policy. In the Policy, the words, “material” and “materiality” shall be construed accordingly.
Dissolution Event means (i) a voluntary termination of operations, (ii) a general assignment for the benefit of the Company’s creditors or (iii) any other liquidation, dissolution or winding up of the Company (excluding a Liquidity Event), whether voluntary or involuntary.
Internal Systems means the internal systems of each of the Corporation that are presently used in its Business or operations, including, computer hardware systems, software applications and embedded systems.
Control Event Defined. “Control Event” means:
Winding Up Period means the period from the Dissolution Event to the Termination of the Company.
Application Event means the occurrence of (a) a failure by Borrowers to repay all of the Obligations in full on the Maturity Date, or (b) an Event of Default and the election by Agent or the Required Lenders to require that payments and proceeds of Collateral be applied pursuant to Section 2.4(b)(ii) of the Agreement.
Flip-in Event means a transaction in or pursuant to which any Person becomes an Acquiring Person;