Missing Asset definition

Missing Asset means any asset which relates primarily to the Business other than any tangible assets of, or employees engaged in, the business of the UB Group which consists of export sales of products by members of the UB Group which do not form part of the United Biscuits Southern Europe business unit.
Missing Asset has the meaning set forth in Section 1.04.
Missing Asset has the meaning given to that term in clause ‎12.2(a).

Examples of Missing Asset in a sentence

  • II.3 Missing Asset Class: Infrastructure SWFs are major and obvious funding sources in EAP and could circulate more of their investment within emerging Asia.

  • The Surviving Corporation shall pay for such Missing Asset, use or replacement asset at a cost substantially equivalent to the historical cost allocated to the Spinco Business for the Spinco Business’ use of such Missing Asset in order that Spinco shall, consistent with past practice, receive the benefits and bear the economic burdens of such Missing Asset as closely as possible to historical practice.

  • The supervisor/manager of the division, department or program, is held accountable for safeguarding assets listed in their custody If a capitalized or inventoried asset is missing at inventory, the Missing Asset Form is completed to document the reason for the missing asset (see Missing/Stolen Assets).

  • These assets will be included in the Missing Asset Report, which the agency receives before final confirmation of FRPP data.

  • Following the issuance of Judge Bailey’s partial final judgment grantingFratangelo’s affirmative defense of release, the parties prepared a Joint Missing Asset List, which listed 525 potential missing assets.

  • It is understood that unpaid fines for computer loss may result in the school putting a hold on student records.

  • The Missing Asset Report shall be completed and sent to the Property Coordinator.

  • Damages with respect to such Missing Asset are less than such Missing Asset Amount.

  • Superintendent or Executive Director/CFO must sign ALL Missing Asset Forms before submitting to Finance Dept-Fixed Asset Office, Federal Programs or Special ED offices.

  • The investigator will complete and sign Missing Asset Investigation Report, Form DHS- 1036, and submit it to the appointing authority.

More Definitions of Missing Asset

Missing Asset means the software licenses referred to on Section 3(l)(i) of the Disclosure Schedule that were not transferred to Buyer as Acquired Assets at the time of the Closing.
Missing Asset has the meaning set forth in Clause 9.3.
Missing Asset has the meaning given in clause 17(a).

Related to Missing Asset

  • Underlying Asset means the object or underlying asset in a CFD which may be Currency Pairs (for FX Contracts), Equity Indices, base or precious Metals, Forwards, Commodities, Stocks, Shares Indices and Futures. It is understood that the list is subject to change and Clients must refer each time on the Trading Platform.

  • Specified Asset as defined in subsection 4.2.2 hereof.

  • Underlying Assets With respect to a Loan, any property or other assets designated and pledged as collateral to secure repayment of such Loan, including, without limitation, to the extent provided for in the relevant Underlying Instruments, a pledge of the stock, membership or other ownership interests in the related Obligor and all Proceeds from any sale or other disposition of such property or other assets.

  • Purchased Asset means (i) with respect to any Transaction, the Eligible Assets sold by Seller to Buyer in such Transaction and (ii) with respect to the Transactions in general, all Eligible Assets sold by Seller to Buyer.

  • Qualifying Asset in relation to any Project Financing means:

  • Settlement Asset means any cash, receivable or other property, including a Settlement Receivable, due or conveyed to a Person in consideration for a Settlement made or arranged, or to be made or arranged, by such Person or an Affiliate of such Person.

  • Mortgage Receivable means a promissory note secured by a Mortgage of which the Borrower or a Subsidiary is the holder and retains the rights of collection of all payments thereunder.

  • Purchased Loan means each motor vehicle retail installment loan relating to the sale of an automobile or light-duty truck originated by a Dealer, purchased by the Originator from such Dealer and evidenced by a Purchased Loan Contract; provided, however, that the term “Purchased Loan” shall, for purposes of this Agreement, include only those Purchased Loans identified from time to time on Schedule A hereto.

  • Modified Asset Any Serviced Loan as to which any Servicing Transfer Event has occurred and which has been modified by the Special Servicer pursuant to Section 3.24 of this Agreement in a manner that:

  • Loan Asset means each commercial loan identified on Schedule A hereto, and each commercial loan identified on any Purchase Notice.

  • Articulated vehicle means a vehicle with three or more axles, comprising a power unit (called tractor, prime-mover etc.) and semi-trailer which is superimposed on the power unit and coupled together by means of a kingpin revolving on a turn-table and is an articulated vehicle whether automatically detachable or permanently coupled, but this definition does not apply to 2 axle log loaders.

  • Risk Transfer Date means the date when the risk of loss or damage to the Works passes from the Contractor to the Employer in accordance with sub Clauses 38.2 and 39.1.

  • Mortgage-related security means an obligation that is rated AA or higher (or the equivalent) by a securities rating agency recognized by the Securities Valuation Office of the NAIC and that either:

  • Portfolio Asset means an asset of an investment fund;

  • Operating Assets means all merchandise inventories, furniture, fixtures and equipment (including all transportation and warehousing equipment but excluding office equipment and data processing equipment) owned or leased pursuant to Capital Leases by the Company or a Restricted Subsidiary.

  • Fixed Asset means tangible property usable in a capacity that will benefit the candidate for a period of more than one year from the date of acquisition.

  • Stored value means monetary value that is evidenced by an electronic record.

  • long term specified asset means any bond, redeemable after three years and issued on or after the 1st day of April 2006:

  • Cut-off Date Pool Principal Balance The aggregate Stated Principal Balances of all Mortgage Loans as of the Cut-off Date.

  • Settlement Receivable means any general intangible, payment intangible, or instrument representing or reflecting an obligation to make payments to or for the benefit of a Person in consideration for a Settlement made or arranged, or to be made or arranged, by such Person.

  • Eligible Receivable means, at any time, a Receivable:

  • Asset means any asset or property.

  • Restricted Asset has the meaning specified in Section 2.4(1).

  • Excluded Asset means any asset of any Grantor excluded from the security interest hereunder by virtue of Section 2.2 hereof but only to the extent, and for so long as, so excluded thereunder.

  • Mortgage Loan shall have the meaning assigned to such term in the recitals.

  • Prepaid Monthly Payment Any Monthly Payment received prior to its scheduled Due Date, which is intended to be applied to a Mortgage Loan on its scheduled Due Date and held in the related Custodial Account for P&I until the Withdrawal Date following its scheduled Due Date.