non-viable means, in the case of the Issuer, where the Issuer is at the point at which the BRSA may determine pursuant to Article 71 of the Banking Law (No. 5411) that: (i) its operating licence is to be revoked and the Issuer liquidated or (ii) the rights of its shareholders, and the management and supervision of the Issuer, are to be transferred to the SDIF,
More Definitions of non-viable
non-viable means a pharmaceutical that cannot be sold, returned to the manufacturer, wholesaler or reverse distributor with a reasonable expectation of credit, or donated to a charitable organization. Pharmaceuticals that are obviously “waste-like”, such as partial intravenous formulations; partial vials used in the preparation of intravenous (IV) formulations; outdated samples; other outdated items repackaged at the pharmacy; partial vials or vials used on the unit and not emptied (such as insulin and epinephrine dispensing devices); partial ointments, creams and lotions; partial inhalants; partial containers that are not empty as defined in 40 CFR 261.7 [as adopted in subsection 62-730.030(1), F.A.C.]; patient’s personal medications that have been left at the hospital; filled finished products that are rejected during the manufacturing process, so long as they are in their consumer package (such as bottle, jar, tube, or ampule), do not support a reasonable expectation of credit and therefore are non-viable pharmaceuticals.
non-viable means, with respect to fish species, species for which eggs, fry, or adults are not capable of surviving water temperature below 38 degrees Fahrenheit or not capable of surviving in fresh water. “Non-viable” means, with respect to terrestrial vertebrates, species that are not capable of living, growing, developing, and functioning successfully in Wisconsin’s outdoor environment.
non-viable means the liquidation or insolvency (in Icelandic: slit eða gjaldþrot) of the Bank or if the Bank is, unable to pay a material part of its debts as they fall due, or is unable to carry on its business or is subject to restructuring or resolution under the Act on Financial Undertakings, No. 161/2002 and Act on Bankruptcy, etc. No. 21/1991 or any other event or circumstance specified in any Applicable Banking Regulations or any Applicable Statutory Loss Absorption Regime;
non-viable means, in the case of the Mudareb, (a) insolvent, bankrupt, unable to pay a material part of its obligations as they fall due or unable to carry on its business or (b) any other event or circumstance which is specified as constituting non-viability by the Financial Regulator or in applicable Capital Regulations or any Applicable Statutory Loss Absorption Regime;
non-viable means, in the case of Kuveyt Türk, where Kuveyt Türk is at the point at which the BRSA may determine pursuant to Article 71 of the Banking Law (No. 5411) that: (i) its operating licence is to be revoked and Kuveyt Türk liquidated; or (ii) the rights of its shareholders, and the management and supervision of Kuveyt Türk, are to be transferred to the SDIF;