Governing instrument definition

Governing instrument means collectively this Agreement, the Bylaws, all amendments to this Agreement and the Bylaws and every resolution of the Trustees or any committee of the Trustees that by its terms is incorporated by reference into this Agreement or stated to constitute part of the Trust's Governing Instrument or that is incorporated herein by Section 2.3 of this Agreement;
Governing instrument means a deed; will; trust; insurance or annuity policy; account with POD designation; security registered in beneficiary form (TOD); pension, profit-sharing, retirement, or similar benefit plan; instrument creating or exercising a power of appointment or a power of attorney; or dispositive, appointive, or nominative instrument of any similar type.
Governing instrument means collectively this Agreement, the Bylaws and all written committee and sub-committee charters adopted by the Trustees and any amendments or modifications thereto;

Examples of Governing instrument in a sentence

  • It is further intended to provide for the examination of development proposals with respect to overall site design and to provide a means for guiding development in a logical, safe, and attractive manner.

  • In the trustee’s sole discretion, the trustee may elect to comply with either paragraph (c)(8)(i) (A) or (B) of this section pursuant to their terms.(ii) Requirements for conversion to a qualified annuity interest—(A) Governing instrument requirements.

  • Governing instrument" means a deed, will, trust or insurance or annuity policy; account with POD designation; security registered in beneficiary form, TOD; transfer on death deed, TOD; pension, profit-sharing, retirement or similar benefit plan; instrument creating or exercising a power of appointment or a power of attorney; or dispositive, appointive or nominative instrument of any similar type.[PL 2017, c.

  • Pursuant to Section 3806(b)(2) of the Act, the Issuing Entity shall issue one or more series of beneficial interests having the rights and preferences set forth in the Governing instrument of the Issuing Entity, as the same may be amended from time to time (each, a “Series” or “Sub-Trust”).

  • Governing instrument means the instrument or instruments creating and governing the operation of the trust arrange- ment.


More Definitions of Governing instrument

Governing instrument means a governing instrument executed by the decedent.
Governing instrument means a deed, assignment, bill of sale, will, trust, beneficiary designation, contract, instrument creating or exercising a power of appointment or a power of attorney, or another instrument under which property devolves, a property right is created, or a contract right is created. Governing instrument includes the provable terms of an oral contract or arrangement under which property devolves or a property right is created.
Governing instrument means a will, a trust, an instrument creating a power of attorney, or other dispositive or nominative instrument.
Governing instrument means the instrument entitled ‘Governing Instrument for the Green Climate Fund’, that was approved by the COP at its seventeenth session on 11 December 2011 and is annexed to Decision 3/CP.17;
Governing instrument means the Governing Instrument for the Green Climate Fund approved by the Conference of the Parties to the Convention pursuant to, and set out in the annex to decision 3/CP.17;
Governing instrument means a deed, will, trust, insurance or annuity policy, account
Governing instrument means collectively, this Agreement, the Bylaws, and any instrument or resolution establishing Preferred Shares, and all written committee and sub-committee charters adopted by the Trustees, and any amendments or modifications thereto;