Foreign Jurisdictions definition

Foreign Jurisdictions means Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Mexico, Panama, El Salvador, Guatemala, Venezuela, Honduras, the British Virgin Islands and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Foreign Jurisdictions means a jurisdiction outside of the United States.
Foreign Jurisdictions means, in connection with each Lease involving a lessee (or, in the case of a Lease to WLFC (Ireland) Limited, involving a sublessee) domiciled or principally located in a non-U.S. jurisdiction, unless (a) the Borrower shall have obtained a legal opinion in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to the Security Agent from local counsel in such jurisdiction (a copy of which shall have been provided to the Security Agent) to the effect that under and in accordance with applicable local law, an aircraft engine, upon its installation on an aircraft, should remain the property of the Owner Trustee and not become an accession to such aircraft (thereby vesting a superior right to title in the owner of such aircraft) or (b) the Borrower or the applicable Owner Trustee shall have become a party to or otherwise obtained the benefit of recognition of rights arrangements sufficient to protect its interests as reasonably determined by the Security Agent or (c) the lessee (or, in the case of a Lease to WLFC (Ireland) Limited, the sublessee) under such Lease (or sublease) is a lessee (or in the case of a Lease to WLFC (Ireland) Limited, a sublessee) listed in Schedule 4 hereto; provided, however, that a lessee (or in the case of a Lease to WLFC (Ireland) Limited, a sublessee) may be added or removed from Schedule 4 upon the determination of the Majority Banks (such determination to be made in their sole discretion), with such addition or removal to become effective for all purposes of this agreement upon written notice to the Borrower. Upon the removal of a lessee (or in the case of a Lease to WLFC (Ireland) Limited, a sublessee) from Schedule 4 hereto, any existing Lease (or sublease) with such lessee (or in the case of a Lease to WLFC (Ireland) Limited, a sublessee) shall be applied to paragraph (xii) of the definition of Asset Base.

Examples of Foreign Jurisdictions in a sentence

  • Disclosure Regarding Foreign Jurisdictions that Prevent Inspections.

  • Disclosure Regarding Foreign Jurisdictions that Prevent Inspections Not applicable.

  • Disclosure Regarding Foreign Jurisdictions that Prevent Inspections.Not applicable.

  • Disclosure Regarding Foreign Jurisdictions that Prevent InspectionsNot applicable.

  • Requirements for Licensure – Foreign Jurisdictions Many foreign countries now have chiropractic licensure laws.

  • Disclosure Regarding Foreign Jurisdictions that Prevent Inspections Not Applicable.

  • Depositions in Foreign Jurisdictions........................................................

  • APPENDIX BtoMULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 96-101TRADE REPOSITORIES AND DERIVATIVES DATA REPORTINGEquivalent Trade Reporting Laws of Foreign Jurisdictions Subject to Deemed Compliance Pursuant to Subsection 26(3) of the Instrument The regulators and securities regulatory authorities have determined that the laws and regulations of the following jurisdictions outside of the local jurisdictions are equivalent for the purposes of the deemed compliance provision in subsection 26(3).

  • The Committee may adopt special guidelines and provisions for persons who are residing in, or subject to, the taxes of, Foreign Jurisdictions to comply with applicable tax and securities laws and may impose any limitations and restrictions that it deems necessary to comply with the applicable tax and securities laws of such Foreign Jurisdictions.

  • Disclosure Regarding Foreign Jurisdictions that Prevent Inspections .

More Definitions of Foreign Jurisdictions

Foreign Jurisdictions shall have the meaning set forth in Section 3.1.3.
Foreign Jurisdictions as defined in Section 2.1 of the Credit Agreement.

Related to Foreign Jurisdictions

  • foreign jurisdiction means a country other than Canada or a political subdivision of a country other than Canada;

  • designated foreign jurisdiction means Australia, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland or the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland;

  • foreign judgment means the judgment of a foreign Court;

  • Foreign with respect to an entity, means an entity governed as to its internal affairs by the law of a jurisdiction other than this state.

  • Qualifying Jurisdictions means each of the provinces and territories of Canada;

  • Authority Having Jurisdiction means a federal, state, local, or other regional department, or an individual such as a fire marshal, building official, electrical inspector, utility provider or other individual having statutory authority.

  • Local jurisdiction means the jurisdiction in which the Canadian securities regulatory authority is situate;

  • Selling Jurisdictions means, collectively, each of the Qualifying Jurisdictions and may also include, the United States and any other jurisdictions outside of Canada and the United States as mutually agreed to by the Corporation and the Underwriters;

  • local municipality means a municipality that shares municipal executive and legislative authority in its area with a district municipality within whose area it falls, and which is described in section 155(1) of the Constitution as a category B municipality;

  • UK Bail-in Legislation means Part I of the United Kingdom Banking Act 2009 and any other law or regulation applicable in the United Kingdom relating to the resolution of unsound or failing banks, investment firms or other financial institutions or their affiliates (otherwise than through liquidation, administration or other insolvency proceedings).

  • Eligible Jurisdiction means Australia, Canada, Cayman Islands, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the United States.

  • Offering Jurisdictions means the United States and the Qualifying Jurisdictions;

  • Applicable Jurisdiction means the jurisdiction or jurisdictions under which the Borrower is organized, domiciled or resident or from which any of its business activities are conducted or in which any of its properties are located and which has jurisdiction over the subject matter being addressed.

  • Uniform Commercial Code jurisdiction means any jurisdiction that had adopted all or substantially all of Article 9 as contained in the 2000 Official Text of the Uniform Commercial Code, as recommended by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws and the American Law Institute, together with any subsequent amendments or modifications to the Official Text.

  • Bail-In Legislation means, with respect to any EEA Member Country implementing Article 55 of Directive 2014/59/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Union, the implementing law for such EEA Member Country from time to time which is described in the EU Bail-In Legislation Schedule.

  • Foreign organization means an organization created under laws other than the laws of this state for a purpose for which an organization may be created under the laws of this state.

  • Laws and Regulations means federal, state, local and foreign statutes, laws, ordinances, regulations, rules, codes, orders, constitutions, treaties, principles of common law, judgments, decrees or other requirements;

  • Bribery Legislation means the Bribery Act 2010 and any subordinate legislation made under it from time to time together with any guidance or codes of practice issued by the government concerning the legislation;

  • provincial legislation means legislation contemplated in section 10 of the Act promulgated by the Province;

  • Participating Jurisdiction means a jurisdiction with which an agreement is in place pursuant to which it will provide the information required on the automatic exchange of financial account information set out in the Common Reporting Standard.

  • Foreign Antitrust Laws means the applicable requirements of antitrust competition or other similar Laws, rules, regulations and judicial doctrines of jurisdictions other than the United States.

  • Tax Legislation means any statute, statutory instrument, enactment, law, by-law, directive, decree, ordinance, regulation or legislative provision or generally applicable ruling (such as a revenue ruling issued by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service) enacted, issued or adopted providing for, imposing or relating to Tax; and

  • Local means physically located in the same ILEC Local Exchange Area as defined by the ILEC Local (or “General”) Exchange Tariff on file with the applicable state Commission or regulatory agency; or physically located within neighboring ILEC Local Exchange Areas that are within the same common mandatory local calling area. This includes but is not limited to, mandatory Extended Area Service (EAS), mandatory Extended Local Calling Service (ELCS), or other types of mandatory expanded local calling scopes.

  • Sanctions Laws and Regulations means any sanctions, prohibitions or requirements imposed by any executive order (an “Executive Order”) or by any sanctions program administered by OFAC.

  • Local legislative body means a common council, village board of trustees or town board of supervisors.

  • Base jurisdiction means the Member Jurisdiction, selected in accordance with Section 305, to which an Applicant applies for apportioned registration under the Plan or the Member Jurisdiction that issues apportioned registration to a Registrant under the Plan.