Federal Book-Entry Regulations definition

Federal Book-Entry Regulations means 31 C.F.R. Part 357 et seq. (Department of Treasury).
Federal Book-Entry Regulations means (a) the federal regulations contained in Subpart B (“Treasury/Reserve Automated Debt Entry System (TRADES)”) governing book-entry securities consisting of U.S. Treasury bonds, notes and bills and Subpart D of 31 C.F.R. Part 357, 31 C.F.R. § 357.2, § 357.10 through § 357.14 and § 357.41 through § 357.44 and (b) to the extent substantially identical to the federal regulations referred to in clause (a) above (as in effect from time to time), the federal regulations governing other book-entry securities.
Federal Book-Entry Regulations. (a) the Federal regulations contained in Subpart B ("Treasury/Reserve Automated Debt Entry System (TRADES)" governing Book-Entry Securities consisting of U.S. Treasury bonds, notes and bills) and Subpart D ("Additional Provisions") of 31 C.F.R. Part 357, 31 C.F.R. ss. 357.10 through ss. 357.14 and ss. 357.41 through ss. 357.44 (including related defined terms in 31 C.F.R. ss. 357.2) and (b) to the extent substantially identical to the federal regulations referred to in clause (a) above (as in effect from time to time), the federal regulations governing other Book-Entry Securities.

Examples of Federal Book-Entry Regulations in a sentence

  • The Intermediary shall at all times be a“participant” (as such term is defined in the Federal Book-Entry Regulations) in the Federal Reserve System.

  • The term "Federal Book-Entry Regulations" means (a) the federal regulations contained in Subpart B ("Treasury/Reserve Automated Debt Entry System (TRADES)") governing book-entry securities consisting of U.S. Treasury bonds, notes and bills and Subpart D ("Additional Provisions") of 31 C.F.R. Part 357, 31 C.F.R. ss.

  • A natural wood finish must be applied as needed for maintenance and protection.

  • Christopherorou, Memorandum Regarding the 1994 Uniform Version of Article 8 of the Uniform Commercial Code and the Federal Book-Entry Regulations (With Addendum Regarding Investment Property Changes Under Revised Article 9), SD76 ALI-ABA 185, 187–88 (1999) (“[T]he 1978 amendments had retained outdated choice of law rules, based in large part on where a physical security certificate was located, which often chose a jurisdiction that most market participants considered irrelevant.

  • Title to the Pledged Collateral shall be held in accordance with the Pledge Agreement and the Federal Book-Entry Regulations.


More Definitions of Federal Book-Entry Regulations

Federal Book-Entry Regulations means (a) the federal regulations contained in Subpart B ("Treasury/Reserve Automated Debt Entry System (TRADES)") governing book-entry securities consisting of U.S. Treasury bonds, notes and bills and Subpart D ("Additional Provisions") of 31 C.F.R. Part 357, 31 C.F.R. ss. 357.2, ss. 357.10 through ss. 357.14 and ss. 357.41 through ss. 357.44 and (b) to the extent substantially identical to the federal regulations referred to in clause (a) above (as in effect from time to time), the federal regulations governing other book-entry securities.
Federal Book-Entry Regulations means (a) the Federal regulations listed on Appendix A to Operating Circular No. 7 issued by the Federal Reserve Banks and (b) the Federal regulations published at 25 C.F.R. Part 350.
Federal Book-Entry Regulations means the provisions for the creation and perfection of security interests in Federal Book Entry Securities contained in (or contained in regulations substantially identical to) Subpart O, 31 C.F.R. § 306.115 through § 306.122.
Federal Book-Entry Regulations means (a) the federal regulations contained in Subpart B ("Treasury/Reserve Automated Debt Entry System (TRADES)") governing book-entry securities consisting of United States Treasury bonds, notes and bills and Subpart D ("Additional Provisions") of 31 C.F.R. Part 357, 31 C.F.R. (S)357.2, (S)357.10 through (S)357.14 and (S)357.41 through (S)357.44 and (b) to the extent substantially identical to the federal regulations referred to in clause (a) above (as in effect from time to time), the federal regulations governing other book-entry securities.
Federal Book-Entry Regulations means (a) the federal regulations contained in Subpart B (“Treasury/Reserve Automated Debt Entry System (TRADES)”) governing Book-Entry Securities consisting of U.S. Treasury bonds, notes and bills, and Subpart D (“Additional Provisions”) of 31 C.F.R. part 357, Section 357.10 through Section 357.14 and Section 357.41 through Section 357.44 (including related defined terms in 31 C.F.R. Section 357.2); and (b) to the extent substantially identical to the federal regulations referred to in clause (a) above (as in effect from time to time), the federal regulations governing other Book-Entry Securities.
Federal Book-Entry Regulations means the federal regulations contained in Subpart B (“Treasury/Reserve Automated Debt Entry System (TRADES)” governing book-entry securities consisting of United States Treasury securities, U.S. Treasury bonds, notes and bills) and Subpart D (“Additional Provisions”) of 31 C.F.R. Part 357, 31 C.F.R. 357.10 through 357.14 and 357.41 through 357.44 (including related defined terms in 31 C.F.R. 357.2), as amended by regulations published at 61 Fed. Reg. 43626 (August 23, 1996) and as amended by an subsequent regulations.
Federal Book-Entry Regulations means the federal regulations contained in Subpart B governing book-entry securities consisting of U.S. Treasury bills, notes and bonds and Subpart D of 31 C.F.R. Part 357, 31 C.F.R. § 357.2, § 357.10 through § 357.14 and § 357.41 through § 357.44.