Guidelines definition

Guidelines means, together, guideline S-02.123 in relation to interbank loans of 22 September 1986 (Merkblatt “Verrechnungssteuer auf Zinsen von Bankguthaben, deren Gläubiger Banken sind (Interbankguthaben)” vom 22. September 1986), guideline S-02.122.1 in relation to bonds of April 1999 (Merkblatt “Obligationen” vom April 1999), guideline S-02.130.1 in relation to money market instruments and book claims of April 1999 (Merkblatt vom April 1999 betreffend Geldmarktpapiere und Buchforderungen inländischer Schuldner), guideline S-02.128 in relation to syndicated credit facilities of January 2000 (Merkblatt “Steuerliche Behandlung von Konsortialdarlehen, Schuldscheindarlehen, Wechseln und Unterbeteiligungen” vom Januar 2000), circular letter No. 34 of 26 July 2011 (1-034-V-2011) in relation to deposits (Kreisschreiben Nr. 34 “Kundenguthaben” vom 26. Juli 2011) and the circular letter No. 15 of 7 February 2007 (1-015-DVS-2007) in relation to bonds and derivative financial instruments as subject matter of taxation of Swiss federal income tax, Swiss withholding tax and Swiss stamp taxes (Kreisschreiben Nr. 15 “Obligationen und derivative Finanzinstrumente als Gegenstand der direkten Bundessteuer, der Verrechnungssteuer und der Stempelabgaben” vom 7. Februar 2007), in each case as issued, amended or replaced from time to time, by the Swiss Federal Tax Administration or as substituted or superseded and overruled by any law, statute, ordinance, court decision, regulation or the like as in force from time to time.
Guidelines means the Retention Guidelines for Outside Counsel promulgated by the Office of General Counsel (“OGC”), setting forth OGC policies and procedures. The Guidelines are attached to this Contract as Appendix J, and are incorporated into this Contract as if set forth fully herein. In case of a conflict between this Contract and the Guidelines, the Contract shall control.

Examples of Guidelines in a sentence

  • For the avoidance of doubt, nothing in this Schedule shall affect the provisions of the Agreement pursuant to which any Sub-Manager Fees (subject to the requirements of the Investment Guidelines) shall be payable out of the assets managed by such Sub-Managers, which are in addition to any Management Fees payable hereunder.

  • During the period under review the Company has complied with the provisions of the Act, Rules, Regulations, Guidelines, Standards, etc.

  • Exhibit F, Claimant’s Rebuttal Comments and Second Revised Proposed Parameters and Guidelines, at p.

  • All bid prices for the given scope of work in the Project as awarded shall be considered as fixed prices, and therefore not subject to price escalation during contract implementation, except under extraordinary circumstances as determined by the NEDA and approved by the GPPB pursuant to the revised Guidelines for Contract Price Escalation guidelines.

  • Exhibit C, CDSS Comments on Revised Proposed Parameters and Guidelines, at pp.


More Definitions of Guidelines

Guidelines means the applicable guidelines for application for grants from the Grantor and includes all instructions to applicants (if any) and all application forms which are in use from time to time;
Guidelines means the ECOLOGY's Funding Guidelines that that correlate to the State Fiscal Year in which the project is funded.
Guidelines means State Board of Health Guidelines on Individual Sewage Disposal Systems, 5 CCR 1003-6 – predecessor of Regulation 43, On-site Wastewater Treatment System Regulation, 5 CCR 1002-43.
Guidelines means any guidelines of SCEA or an Affiliate of SCEA with respect to SCEA Intellectual Property Rights, which may be set forth in the SourceBook 2 or in other documentation provided by SCEA or an Affiliate of SCEA to Publisher.
Guidelines. As defined in Section 4.02(p). Holder or Noteholder: The registered holder of any Note or Ownership Certificate as recorded on the books of the Note Registrar or the Certificate Registrar except that, solely for the purposes of taking any action or giving any consent pursuant to this Agreement, any Note registered in the name of the Depositor, the Master Servicer, the Servicer, the Seller, the Securities Administrator or the Indenture Trustee or any Affiliate thereof (unless any such Person owns 100% of a Class) shall be deemed not to be outstanding in determining whether the requisite percentage necessary to effect any such consent has been obtained, except that, in determining whether the Indenture Trustee and Securities Administrator shall be protected in relying upon any such consent, only Notes and an Ownership Certificate which a Responsible Officer thereof has actual knowledge to be so held shall be disregarded. The Indenture Trustee and Securities Administrator may request and conclusively rely on certifications by the Depositor in determining whether any Note, or Ownership Certificate are registered to an Affiliate of the Depositor. HUD: The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, or any successor thereto and including the Federal Housing Commissioner and the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development where appropriate under the FHA Regulations.
Guidelines means the guidelines that are approved by the Committee for the administration of the Awards granted under the Plan. To the extent that there is any inconsistency between the Guidelines and the Plan, the Guidelines will control.