Market Rules definition

Market Rules means the rules, regulations, customs and practices from time to time of any exchange, clearing house or other organization or market involved in the conclusion, execution or settlement of a Contract any exercise by any such exchange, clearing house or other organization or market of any power or authority conferred on it.
Market Rules means the rules made under section 32 of the Electricity Act;
Market Rules means the rules made under section 32 of the Electricity Act that are administered by the IESO.

Examples of Market Rules in a sentence

  • Regulation 22(a) specifies that each Application for Prequalification must be determined in accordance with the Capacity Market Rules.

  • The transmission company must be independent of all market participants.The transmission company is obligated to comply with, observe and perform the duties and obligations imposed on it by the Market Rules, the Grid Code, associated regulations and its license.

  • In its sixth ground, the appellant suggests that not prequalifying a demonstrated provider as a result of simple clerical error is not a proportionate application of the Capacity Market Rules, especially as the objective of those rules is to incentivise the delivery of new capacity.

  • In its sixth ground, the appellant suggests that not prequalifying a demonstrated provider as a result of simple clerical error is not a proportionate application of the Capacity Market Rules, especially as the objective of those rules would be to incentivise the delivery of new capacity.

  • Since its Listing at Euronext Growth Paris on 22 June 2021, the Company has adopt Eu- ronext Growth Market Rules 4.3.1 Disclosure of certain events for Issuers of equity se- curities and equivalent securities.


More Definitions of Market Rules

Market Rules means the Singapore Electricity Market Rules issued by the Authority, as may be amended from time to time;
Market Rules means the rules made under section 32 of the Electricity Act; (MR, TDL, DSC)
Market Rules means the rules, regulations, practices and customs of the LBMA, LPMCL, the Financial Conduct Authority, the Prudential Regulatory Authority, the Bank of England and such other regulatory authority or other body, relevant to the transfer and safekeeping of Gold Bullion.
Market Rules means the principle of competition pursuant to which parties involved in a transaction are independent and participate on an equal basis in their own interests.
Market Rules means the rules made under section 32 of the Electricity Act; “OPA” means the Ontario Power Authority;‌
Market Rules means the rules made pursuant to the Electricity Industry (Wholesale Electricity Market) Regulations 2004.
Market Rules means these rules and other regulations resulting from these rules (with the annexes), related to the organization and operation of the Market, and any changes to the rules or annexes;