More Restrictive definition

More Restrictive means that measure of the interval between maintenance events for an Airframe, Engine, Gear or APU or of the useful life or the interval between maintenance events of a Part which yields the lowest percentage of such interval remaining until the next such required maintenance event or the lowest percentage of such useful life, as applicable.

Examples of More Restrictive in a sentence

  • Example of Federal Law More Restrictive than State Law — Premium Pay What the state law says:§ 153A-92.

Related to More Restrictive

  • Prone restraint means a restraint in which a student is held face down on the floor.

  • Company Restricted Shares means any Company Shares subject to vesting or other lapse restrictions (whether granted by the Company pursuant to the Company Plans, assumed by the Company in connection with any merger, acquisition or similar transaction or otherwise issued or granted).

  • Least restrictive alternative means the treatment and conditions of treatment which, separately and in combination, are no more intrusive or restrictive of freedom than reasonably necessary to achieve a substantial therapeutic benefit to the minor, or to protect the minor or others from physical injury;

  • Restrictive Covenant has the meaning set forth in Section 6(c).

  • Transfer Restriction means, with respect to any item of Collateral delivered hereunder, any condition to or restriction on (x) the ability of the owner thereof or (y) in the event that Dealer exercises its remedies hereunder, Dealer, in each case, to sell, assign, create security over or otherwise transfer such item of Collateral or to enforce the provisions thereof or of any document related thereto whether set forth in such item of Collateral itself or in any document related thereto, including, without limitation, (i) any requirement that any sale, assignment, creation of security or other transfer or enforcement of such item of Collateral be consented to or approved by any Person, including, without limitation, the issuer thereof or any other obligor thereon, (ii) any limitations on the type or status, financial or otherwise, of any purchaser, chargee, security taker, pledgee, assignee or transferee of such item of Collateral, (iii) any requirement of the delivery of any certificate, consent, agreement, opinion of counsel, notice or any other document of any Person to the issuer of, any other obligor on or any registrar or transfer agent for, such item of Collateral, prior to the sale, pledge, assignment or other transfer or enforcement of such item of Collateral and (iv) any registration or qualification requirement or prospectus delivery requirement for such item of Collateral pursuant to any applicable law (including, without limitation, any such requirement arising under Section 5 of the Securities Act).

  • Resale Restriction Termination Date shall have the meaning specified in Section 2.05(c).

  • Restrictive Period means the period beginning on the Effective Date and ending two (2) years after the termination of the Executive’s employment hereunder.