First Person definition

First Person has the meaning set forth in Section 2.11(a).
First Person means any other Person who, together with the First Person, constitutes all or part of a controlled group, or which would be treated with the First Person as under common control or whose employees would be treated as employed by the First Person, under Section 414 of the Code or Section 4001(b) of ERISA and any regulations, administrative rulings and case law interpreting the foregoing.
First Person has the meaning ascribed thereto in Section 1.7.

Examples of First Person in a sentence

  • You should let your agent know whether you are registered as a donor in the First Person Consent registry maintained by the Illinois Secretary of State or whether you have agreed to donate your whole body for medical research and/or education.

  • In accordance with Section 5 of this Agreement, your payment of 10% of the Entrance Payment at the time of executing this Agreement will be part of the First Person Fee.

  • First Person: An Astonishingly Frank Self-portrait by Russia's President Vladimir Putin.

  • After the first ten months of your occupancy, should you or we cancel the Agreement pursuant to Section 8 or 9 of this Agreement, we will pay to you (or to your estate) the amount of the First Person Fee paid by you, reduced by 2% of the Entrance Payment per full month of your occupancy, until your First Person Fee is fully amortized, leaving a repayment equal to your Loan amount of $ .

  • Depending on your selection of a repayment option on Exhibit A of this Agreement, your Entrance Payment is comprised of either (i) First Person Fee or (ii) sum of First Person Fee and Loan.

More Definitions of First Person

First Person as used in the definitions set forth in this Article 11, means the Person as to whom the subject term is being defined.
First Person has the meaning ascribed to it in Section 8.10 of the Agreement.
First Person means the person doing or saying something. “Second person” is the person talked to.
First Person has the meaning set forth in this Article I.
First Person has the meaning set forth in Section 3.20(l).
First Person. I went to the movies, and a friend went with me. Second Person: You need to clean the mess because you made the mess. Third Person: The lizard lies on the rock because it enjoys sunbathing.
First Person. I have finished my report. SECOND PERSON: Have you finished yours? THIRD PERSON: They finished theirs yesterday. ** Indefinite pronouns such as someone, everyone, few, and several are in the third person. Use third-person pronouns to refer to these words. Ex. Everyone should bring his or her canned-food on Friday. Several in the class have volunteered to deliver their food.