Next Annual Meeting definition

Next Annual Meeting means the next annual meeting of the shareholders of the Company after the date hereof, which meeting shall be held on or prior to May 27, 2014.
Next Annual Meeting means the Company’s first (1st) regularly scheduled annual meeting of stockholders occurring following the Completion Date (as such meeting may be adjourned or postponed).

Examples of Next Annual Meeting in a sentence

  • The Company agrees to hold the Next Annual Meeting no later than sixty (60) days following the filing of the Audited Financial Statements.

  • The term of office of each person elected as a director will continue until the Next Annual Meeting or until a successor has been elected and qualified.

  • Conduct election for new candidates Forty Days before Next Annual Meeting (January):1.

  • Video-stimulated reflec- tive dialogues emerge as a highly effective professional development tool which can enhance teachers’ career progression as they acquire and apply sophisticated higher order thinking skills in relation to their pedagogies.

  • Notwithstanding anything contained herein or in any Election or Amended Election (as hereinafter defined) made by a Non-Employee Director to the contrary, if a Non-Employee Director resigns prior to the Next Annual Meeting following the date the Restricted Stock Units were granted, such Restricted Stock Units shall be forfeited.

  • Dunne West 717 Sprague Avenue, Suite 1100, Spokane, Washington 99204 Mr. Wallace Bartley 90 Baywood Village Drive, Washington 98382 Mr. Jeffrey Wornbolt 321 Emerald Drive, Kellez, Idaho 83837 Mr. Eart Mithague East 18811 Grace Court, Washington 99027 The named individuals shall serve until the Next Annual Meeting of Shareholders and until their successors are elected and qualified unless they resign or are removed.

  • Restricted Stock granted under the Plan shall be issued for no consideration, but the Restricted Stock shall be forfeited to the Company (without the payment of any consideration) if the Non-Employee Director resigns from the Board prior to the Next Annual Meeting.

  • Shareholder Proposals for Next Annual Meeting of Shareholders The Company received no shareholder proposal for inclusion in this Circular.

  • Shareholder Proposals for Action at the Company's Next Annual Meeting A shareholder proposal for shareholder action at the Company's next Annual Meeting of Shareholders to be held in 2009, must be received by the Company's Secretary at the Company's offices no later than November 2, 2008, in order to be included in the Company's proxy statement and form of proxy for that meeting.

  • For some of the large chains, such as supermarkets and burger chains, which do not have national pricing policies, only one outlet is chosen to represent all outlets in each region.


More Definitions of Next Annual Meeting

Next Annual Meeting shall have the meaning set forth in Section 4.15.

Related to Next Annual Meeting

  • Annual Meeting means the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Company.

  • 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.

  • special meeting of shareholders means a meeting of any particular class or classes of shareholders and a meeting of all shareholders entitled to vote at any annual meeting of shareholders at which special business is to be transacted.

  • Virtual Meeting means any general meeting of the Shareholders (or any meeting of the holders of any Class of Shares) at which the Shareholders (and any other permitted participants of such meeting, including without limitation the chairman of the meeting and any Directors) are permitted to attend and participate solely by means of Communication Facilities.

  • meeting of shareholders means an annual meeting of shareholders or a special meeting of shareholders;

  • Regular Meeting means a scheduled meeting held in accordance with the approved calendar/schedule of meetings.

  • Special Meeting means a special meeting of the holders of Voting Shares, called by the Board of Directors for the purpose of approving a supplement or amendment to this Agreement pursuant to Subsection 5.4(b);

  • Inaugural Meeting means the first meeting of Council held after a municipal election in a regular election year;

  • Meeting of Members means an annual meeting of members or a special meeting of members;

  • Meeting Date means the date on which the Meeting is held in accordance with the Meeting Order.

  • Semi-Annual Record Date means the "Record Dates" set forth under "Summary of Essential Financial Information--Estimated Distributions--Semi-Annual Distributions" in the Prospectus Part I for a Trust.

  • General Meeting means a general meeting of members convened in accordance with rule 12.

  • physical meeting means a general meeting held and conducted by physical attendance and participation by shareholders and/or proxies at the Principal Meeting Place and/or where applicable, one or more Meeting Locations;

  • Open meeting or "public meeting" means a meeting at which the public may be present.

  • Kick Off Meeting means a meeting convened by the Purchaser to discuss and finalize the work execution plan and procedures with the ITC.

  • Meeting means any meeting of:

  • Stockholders means stockholders of the Corporation.

  • Semi-Annual Period means each of: the period beginning on and including January 1 and ending on and including June 30; and the period beginning on and including July 1 and ending on and including December 31.

  • Ordinary meeting means a meeting held by determination of the Board (SER r.115(1)).

  • Notice of Meeting means the notice of the Meeting accompanying this Information Circular;

  • Public meeting means a meeting that is required to be open to the public

  • Board Meeting means a meeting of the Board;

  • Average Annual Bonus means the average of the annual bonuses from the Company earned by the Executive with respect to the three (3) fiscal years of the Company immediately preceding the Date of Termination (the “Bonus Fiscal Years”); provided, however, that, if the Executive was employed by the Company during all or any portion of one or two of the Bonus Fiscal Years (but not three of the Bonus Fiscal Years), “Average Annual Bonus” means the average of the annual bonuses (if any) from the Company earned by the Executive with respect to the Bonus Fiscal Years during all or any portion of which the Executive was employed by the Company; and, provided, further, that, if the Executive was not employed by the Company during all or any portion of any of the Bonus Fiscal Years, “Average Annual Bonus” means zero.

  • relevant meeting means a meeting of the authority to consider whether or not to approve a proposal to dismiss a relevant officer; and

  • Nomination Date means on or before 15 November 2017 (and includes any alternative date as agreed between NZOC and Olympic Weightlifting New Zealand), by which Olympic Weightlifting New Zealand must submit any Nominated Athletes to the NZOC.

  • Base Annual Salary means the annual cash compensation relating to services performed during any calendar year, whether or not paid in such calendar year or included on the Federal Income Tax Form W-2 for such calendar year, excluding bonuses, commissions, overtime, fringe benefits, stock options, relocation expenses, incentive payments, non-monetary awards, directors fees and other fees, automobile and other allowances paid to a Participant for employment services rendered (whether or not such allowances are included in the Employee’s gross income). Base Annual Salary shall be calculated before reduction for compensation voluntarily deferred or contributed by the Participant pursuant to all qualified or non-qualified plans of any Employer and shall be calculated to include amounts not otherwise included in the Participant’s gross income under Code Sections 125, 402(e)(3), 402(h), or 403(b) pursuant to plans established by any Employer; provided, however, that all such amounts will be included in compensation only to the extent that, had there been no such plan, the amount would have been payable in cash to the Employee.