(o) definition

(o)  means, with respect to any Mortgage Loan, a specified number of monthly payment periods (which number is denoted by a numeric value #) during which prepayments of principal are permitted without the payment of any Prepayment Premium or Yield Maintenance Charge and the lender is not entitled to require a defeasance in lieu of prepayment.
(o)  pre-marketing’ means provision of information or communication, direct or indirect, on investment strategies or investment ideas by a manager of a qualifying social entrepreneurship fund, or on its behalf, to potential investors domiciled or with a registered office in the Union in order to test their interest in a qualifying social entrepreneurship fund which is not yet established, or in a qualifying social entrepreneurship fund which is established, but not yet notified for marketing in accordance with Article 16, in that Member State where the potential investors are domiciled or have their registered office, and which in each case does not amount to an offer or placement to the investor to invest in the units or shares of that qualifying social entrepreneurship fund;’
(o)  pre-marketing’ means a direct or indirect provision of information on investment strategies or investment ideas by the manager of a qualifying venture capital fund, or on its behalf, to potential investors domiciled or with a registered office in the Union in order to test their interest in a not yet registered qualifying venture capital fund’;

Examples of (o) in a sentence

  • UNLESS YOU TAKE A C T I O N T O P R O - TECT YOUR PROP- ERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE.

  • For reserve category candidates only : According to judgment regarding "Ear-marking" case by Hon'ble Supreme Court of India, a reserve category candidate should fill one of the following bubbles "O - open" or "O - reserve", in the Preference form.

  • If the construction contract includes some period of operation and maintenance (O & M) service, the Contracting Officer may consider an appropriate reduction in the bond amount after construction is complete and the period of O & M coverage is commenced.A performance bond shall be in the sum of the contract amount and conditioned upon the faithful performance of the contract in strict conformity with the plans, specifications and conditions of the contract.

  • O = 1.5 or 2 The organizational plan was formulaic and/or inappropriate to the persuasive purpose.

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More Definitions of (o)

(o)  credit claims" means pecuniary claims arising out of an agreement whereby a credit institution, as defined in point (1) of Article 4 of Directive 2006/48/EC including the institutions listed in Article 2 of that Directive, grants credit in the form of a loan."
(o) . Group III Participants” shall mean those management-level staff members of the Company, Amgen USA Inc., and Amgen Worldwide Services, Inc., Immunex Corporation, Immunex Manufacturing Corporation, Immunex Rhode Island Corporation, Amgen SF, LLC, and Amgen Fremont, Inc. at Job Level 7 or equivalent, as such group shall be constituted immediately prior to a Change of Control. At or before the occurrence of a Change of Control, the Company shall notify the Group III Participants in writing of their status as Participants in the Plan.”
(o)  aircraft operator' means the person who operates an aircraft at the time it performs an aviation activity listed in Annex I or, where the operator is not known or is not identified by the owner of the aircraft, the owner of the aircraft;
(o) . EXCHANGE ACT" means the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended.
(o) . Subsidiary" means a "subsidiary corporation," whether now or hereafter existing, as defined in Section 424(f) of the Code.
(o)  third country” means any country or territory other than the British Islands;
(o)  environmental claim’ means any message or representation, which is not mandatory under Union law or national law, including text, pictorial, graphic or symbolic representation, in any form, including labels, brand names, company names or product names, in the context of a commercial communication, which states or implies that a product or trader has a positive or no impact on the environment or is less damaging to the environment than other products or traders, respectively, or has improved their impact over time;