Firm definition

Firm means that either party may interrupt its performance without liability only to the extent that such performance is prevented for reasons of Force Majeure; provided, however, that during Force Majeure interruptions, the party invoking Force Majeure may be responsible for any Imbalance Charges as set forth in Section 4.3 related to its interruption after the nomination is made to the Transporter and until the change in deliveries and/or receipts is confirmed by the Transporter.
Firm means the investment adviser registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, subject to this Code of Ethics.
Firm means Morgan Stanley, MSIM’s parent company.

Examples of Firm in a sentence

Signature: Type Name: Title: Firm Address: REFERENCES Please provide three (3) current or very current customers for whom you have provided similar products or services as listed in the specifications of this bid.

For installations outside of existing warranties, Design-Build Firm shall provide own warranty.

The views set forth herein are the personal views of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the Firm.

See e.g. AG Scherer, G Palazzo, D Matten, ‘The Business Firm as a Political Actor: A New Theory of the Firm for a Globalized World’ (2014) 53(2) Business & Society 143.

The Construction Management Firm and Unlimited Cost Accounting categories will remain where applicable.

More Definitions of Firm

Firm means GS Inc. and its subsidiaries and affiliates.
Firm means any entity that, whether or not a legal person, is not an individual, and includes a body corporate and a partnership or other unincorporated body.
Firm means an unincorporated body of two or more individuals, or one or more individuals and one or more corporations, or two or more corporations, who have entered into partnership with one another with a view to carrying on business for profit;
Firm means the company or other business entity referenced under 1.4.8 NMAC for the purpose of identifying, individually or collectively: a general contractor, a prime contractor or a subcontractor, of any tier, whether basic trade subcontractor, subcontractor or other.
Firm means any business entity recognized under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Firm means any individual or any number of individuals not exceeding twenty (excluding companies) carrying on business in Australia under a firm or business name which name is and remains registered under any statute or ordinance of any State or Territory of the Commonwealth of Australia relating to "Business Names" or such-like.
Firm means any bona fide contracting entity including individuals and educational institutions. Except for educational institutions, the term shall not include governmental agencies or political subdivisions.