Moratorium Period definition

Moratorium Period means the time period commencing March 4, 2020, through June 30, 2021, unless further extended or repealed by the Board.
Moratorium Period means the period of maximum 4 months from the Commencement Date provided by DMRC to the Lessee for carrying out Fit Out Activities in order to operationalize the Leased Space(s).
Moratorium Period means the period from [*];

Examples of Moratorium Period in a sentence

Tenants and Landlords are encouraged to agree on a payment plan during this Moratorium Period, and nothing herein shall be construed to prevent a Landlord from requesting and accepting partial rent payments, or a Tenant from making such payments, if the Tenant is financially able to do so.

Commercial Tenants who are unable to pay rent incurred during the Moratorium Period are protected from eviction under this Moratorium so long as the reason for nonpayment is Financial Impacts Related to COVID-19.

Landlords may not charge interest or late fees on unpaid rent or other amounts otherwise owed, during the Moratorium Period and are prohibited from retroactively imposing or collecting any such amounts following the termination or expiration of the Moratorium.


More Definitions of Moratorium Period

Moratorium Period means the period from the Second Restatement Date until [*] inclusive;
Moratorium Period means a period of time during the loan tenure when the Insured Member does not make any payment towards the principal component of the loan, but may/may not make payments towards the interest component of the loan. The Insured Member may choose a Moratorium Period of 3, 5 or 7 years.
Moratorium Period means that ‘creditors cannot take any action to recover or enforce their debts against you during this period. The moratorium usually lasts for 12 months from the date of the order, although there may be exceptions, and after that time the listed debts will be discharged’ (Government Guidance on DRO’s).
Moratorium Period means the period during which Sum Assured remains constant.
Moratorium Period means the period during which the Member (borrower) is not required to make payments towards the repayment of loan.
Moratorium Period means the period from the start of a moratorium to the end of the moratorium;
Moratorium Period means, with respect to a Salary Cap Year, the period from 12:01 a.m. eastern time on July 1 of such Salary Cap Year through 12:00 p.m. eastern time on the following July 6 (for clarity, regardless of whether July 6 is a business day).