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Court Meeting means meeting of the Codemasters Shareholders to be convened pursuant to an order of the Court under the Part 26 of the Companies Act, notice of which will be set out in the Scheme Document, for the purpose of considering and, if thought fit, approving the Scheme (with or without amendment), including any adjournment thereof, notice of which is to be contained in the Scheme Document;
written order of the Corporation “written request of the Corporation”, “written consent of the Corporation” and “certificate of the Corporation” mean, respectively, a written order, request, consent and certificate signed in the name of the Corporation by any two duly authorized signatories of the Corporation and may consist of one or more instruments so executed.
Agenda means the notice of a meeting setting out the business to be transacted at the meeting;
Proxy Form means the proxy form attached to the Notice;
Convener ’ means a person who impar- tially assists an agency in determining wheth- er establishment of a negotiated rulemaking committee is feasible and appropriate in a par- ticular rulemaking;
special meeting in lieu of an annual meeting means a special meeting called by Directors for the purpose of electing Directors in the event that an annual meeting is not held on or before such date as may be required by the NYSE Amex, New York Stock Exchange or such other exchange or trading system on which shares are principally traded, if applicable.
General Meeting means the annual or any special general meeting of the Association.
Book entry form or “book entry system” means a form or system under which (i) the ownership of book entry interests in Bonds and the principal of and interest on the Bonds may be transferred only through a book entry and (ii) physical Bond certificates in fully registered form are issued by the City only to a Depository or its nominee as registered owner, with the Bonds deposited and maintained in the custody of the Depository or its agent. The book entry maintained by others than the City is the record that identifies the owners of book entry interests in those Bonds and that principal and interest.
Identity Theft means a fraud committed or attempted using the identifying information of another person without authority.
Letter of Transmittal and Election Form means the letter of transmittal and election form for use by holders of IRC Shares, in the form accompanying the IRC Circular.
Regular Meeting means a scheduled meeting held in accordance with the approved calendar/schedule of meetings.
Court Hearing means the hearing by the High Court of the Petition to sanction the Scheme under Section 453 of the Act.
ballot box means the locked and sealed container in which ballots are deposited by eligible electors. The term includes the container in which ballots are transferred from a polling location to the office of the designated election official and the transfer case in which electronic ballot cards and paper tapes and the "prom" or any other electronic tabulation device are sealed by election judges for transfer to the central counting center.
Scheme Meeting means the meeting or meetings of the INM Shareholders or, if applicable, any class or classes of INM Shareholders (including as may be directed by the High Court pursuant to Section 450(5) of the Act) (and any adjournment of any such meeting or meetings) convened by (i) resolution of the INM Board or (ii) order of the High Court, in either case pursuant to Section 450 of the Act, to consider and vote on the Scheme Meeting Resolution;
Sale Hearing means the hearing conducted by the Bankruptcy Court to approve the transactions contemplated by this Agreement.
race meeting means a meeting at which races are held;
(30) If the Prospectus for a Trust contemplates the rollover of Units as set forth in Section 5.05 herein, the term "Special Redemption and Liquidation Period" shall be as set forth in the Prospectus under "Summary of Essential Information."
Formal hearing means a board or department process that provides for the right of private parties to submit factual proofs as provided in § 2.2-4020 of the Administrative Process Act in connection with case decisions. Formal hearings do not include the factual inquiries of an informal nature provided in § 2.2-4019 of the Administrative Process Act.
Securities Seal means a seal for use for sealing certificates for shares or other securities issued by the Company which is a facsimile of the Seal of the Company with the addition on its face of the words “Securities Seal”;
Dispositional hearing means a hearing to determine the order of disposition which should be made with respect to a child adjudged to be a ward of the court;
meeting of shareholders means an annual meeting of shareholders or a special meeting of shareholders;
Meeting means a meeting of Noteholders (whether originally convened or resumed following an adjournment);
Public meeting means a meeting that is required to be open to the public under Title 52, Chapter 4, Open and Public Meetings Act.
Not later than the tenth (10th) calendar day of each month, the Company shall furnish to the Master Servicer a delinquency report in the form set forth in Exhibit G-1, a monthly remittance advice in the form set forth in Exhibit G-2, and a realized loss report in the form set forth in Exhibit G-3, each in a mutually agreeable electronic format, as to the remittance on such Remittance Date and as to the period ending on the last day of the month preceding such Remittance Date. The information required by Exhibit G-1 is limited to that which is readily available to the Company and is mutually agreed to by the Company and the Master Servicer." The exhibits referenced in this Section 6(e) are attached to this Agreement as Exhibit B hereto.
Application Form means any application form to be completed by subscribers for Shares as prescribed by the Company from time to time.
Chairperson means the Chairperson of the Board;