Full Right definition

Full Right means that the Person being granted the right(s) described herein shall be the only Person that is entitled to exercise such right(s) so long as this Agreement is in effect and that no other Person shall be authorized, by the grantor of such right(s), to exercise such right(s) or be granted such right(s).

Examples of Full Right in a sentence

Family Limited Partnership Agreement Giving Donee Limited Partners Full Right to Sell their Interests (Subject to a Right of First Refusal) -- Includes Deed of Gift Granting Donee a 30-Day Put Right, Which Should Cause Gifts of Limited Partnership Interests to Qualify for the Gift Tax Annual Exclusion Under Fisher v.

Subject to the terms of this Agreement, Licensor hereby grants American the Full Right in the Territory to market and sell Systems and utilize the Technology.

Customer shall pay all invoices without setoff, deduction, or recoupment of any kind.

The Customer must inform the Users that ca.) the person using the telephone set can access the personal data stored in the telephone set, depending on the settings of the telephone set, and cb.) the operating personnel and the Full Right User (admin) can access the personal data stored in the system.

Some common terms are: Average Daily Traffic, Bedding, Casing, Control of Access (Limited or Full), Right of Way, Utilities, Use and Occupancy Agreement.

When issued by the ROW Program Office, the Full Right of Way Release includes utility work and all other right of way activities.

The Customer must prevent by requiring and taking appropriate measures access to the personal data processed by the Full Right User (admin) (call and activity lists, telephone numbers, email addresses, settings).

Against the Mayor of London’s “Better Homes for Local People – The Mayor’s Good Practice Guide to Estate Regeneration”, it demonstrates that the proposed development will provide the following:  An Increase in Affordable Housing;  Full Right to Return or Remain for Social Tenants; and  A Fair Deal for Leaseholders and Freeholders.

Full Right to Use and SellThe Supplier warrants that it has not and shall not enter into any agreement or arrangement that restraints or restricts UNFPA or the recipient country Government’s rights to use, sell, dispose of or otherwise deal with any item that may be acquired under any Purchase Orders raised under the LTA.

The Mayor of London’s “Better Homes for Local People – The Mayor’s Good Practice Guide to Estate Regeneration” states that all estate regeneration schemes in London that involve demolition of existing homes should provide:  An Increase in Affordable Housing;  Full Right to Return or Remain for Social Tenants; and  A Fair Deal for Leaseholders and Freeholders.

Related to Full Right

Call Right has the meaning set forth in Section 4.6(f)(i).
First Refusal Right means the right granted to the Corporation in accordance with Article E.
Option Right means the right to purchase Common Shares upon exercise of an option granted pursuant to Section 4 or Section 9 of this Plan.
Secondary Refusal Right means the right, but not an obligation, of each Investor to purchase up to its pro rata portion (based upon the total number of shares of Capital Stock then held by all Investors) of any Transfer Stock not purchased pursuant to the Right of First Refusal, on the terms and conditions specified in the Proposed Transfer Notice.
Original Rights shall have the meaning set forth in Section 1(f)(i) hereof.
Call Rights means collectively the Liquidation Call Right, the Redemption Call Right and the Retraction Call Right.
Put Right shall have the meaning set forth in Section 8.05(a).
Put Option means an exchange traded option with respect to Securities other than Stock Index Options, Futures Contracts, and Futures Contract Options entitling the holder, upon timely exercise and tender of the specified underlying Securities, to sell such Securities to the writer thereof for the exercise price.
Stock Purchase Right means a right to purchase Common Stock pursuant to Section 11 below.
Preemptive Right shall have the meaning set forth in Section 7.2.
Option Period means the period during which an Option may be exercised.
Option Notice As defined in Section 3.18(b).
Retraction Call Right has the meaning ascribed thereto in the Exchangeable Share Provisions.
Option means a stock option granted pursuant to the Plan.
Call Option means an exchange traded option with respect to Securities other than Stock Index Options, Futures Contracts, and Futures Contract Options entitling the holder, upon timely exercise and payment of the exercise price, as specified therein, to purchase from the writer thereof the specified underlying Securities.
Rights or Options means warrants, options or other rights to purchase or acquire shares of Common Stock or Convertible Securities.
Option Warrants shall have the meaning ascribed to such term in Section 2.2(a).
Purchase Right means an option to purchase shares of Common Stock granted pursuant to the Plan.
Liquidation Call Right has the meaning ascribed thereto in the Plan of Arrangement.
Put Option Notice means a notice which must be delivered to a Paying Agent by any Noteholder wanting to exercise a right to redeem a Note at the option of the Noteholder;
Restricted Stock Purchase Right means a right to purchase Stock granted to a Participant pursuant to Section 8.
Call Option Notice means a written notice from the holder of the Call Option or the Administrator, as applicable, stating its desire to exercise the Call Option on the related Reset Date, delivered to each Clearing Agency, the Indenture Trustee, the Remarketing Agents, the Rating Agencies and, if the related class of Reset Rate Notes is then listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange, the Administrator will forward a copy to the Luxembourg Listing Agent (the contents of which are to be published in a leading newspaper having general circulation in Luxembourg).
Director Option means a Non-Qualified Stock Option granted to each Eligible Director pursuant to Section 6(e) without any action by the Board or the Committee.
Rights Holder means the holder of the Call Rights.
Preference Right means any right or agreement that enables any Person to purchase or acquire any Asset or any interest therein or portion thereof as a result of or in connection with (i) the sale, assignment or other transfer of any Asset or any interest therein or portion thereof or (ii) the execution or delivery of this Agreement or the consummation or performance of the terms and conditions contemplated by this Agreement.
Registration Rights Failure means any (i) failure by the Fund to file a Registration Statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission relating to such of the Registrable Securities (as defined in the Registration Rights Agreement, but excluding any that are properly excluded pursuant to Section 3.3(c) or (d) of the Registration Rights Agreement) which the Fund has been properly requested to register under Section 3.1 of the Registration Rights Agreement within thirty (30) calendar days (or, if the thirtieth (30th) calendar day shall not be a Business Day, the next succeeding Business Day) of the later of (a) the date on which the holders of such Registrable Securities are required to give written notice to the Fund of their intent to register such Registrable Securities pursuant to Section 3.1 of the Registration Rights Agreement or (b) if properly exercised by the Fund, the end of any deferral period specified in accordance with the provisions of Section 3.2 of the Registration Rights Agreement, or (ii) failure by the Fund to reply to any written comments on such Registration Statement received by the Fund from the staff of the Securities and Exchange Commission (it being understood that the reply referenced herein shall not require the Fund to accept or agree with any comment, in whole or in part) within thirty (30) calendar days (or, if the thirtieth (30th) calendar day shall not be a Business Day, the next succeeding Business Day) of receipt thereof by the Fund.