Old Option definition

Old Option means an Option released in exchange for a New Option under Rule 9,
Old Option means an option to purchase Common Stock issued under the Company’s 1999 Amended and Restated Stock Option Plan or the Company’s Stock Option Plan for Non-Employee Directors that is outstanding as of August 2, 2001.

Examples of Old Option in a sentence

  • If you elect to cancel an Old Option, it must be cancelled in its entirety.

  • If a company has obtained Control of the Company as a result of company reorganisation (within the meaning of paragraph 26 of Schedule 4) affecting the Company, each Option Holder may, by agreement with that company (Acquiring Company) within the Rollover Period, release each Option (Old Option) for a replacement option (New Option).

  • Any New Option granted under rule 11 shall be treated as having been acquired at the same time as the relevant Old Option for all other purposes of the Plan.

  • The New Option will be vested in accordance with the vesting schedule of the Old Option.

  • The New Option shall, for all other purposes of this scheme, be treated as having been acquired at the same time as the Old Option.

  • Despite the fact that no further options may be granted under the Old Option Scheme, all other provisions shall remain in force to govern all the outstanding options previously granted.

  • This New Option shall, for all other purposes of the Scheme, be treated as having been acquired at the same time as the Old Option.

  • All the options granted under the Old Option Scheme shall remain valid and unchanged and shall be treated in accordance with the terms under the Old Option Scheme.

  • The options granted under the CFSG Old Option Scheme before expiry and remained outstanding shall continue to be valid and exercisable in accordance with the terms of the options.

  • The New Option will only be regarded as equivalent to the Old Option if the conditions set out in paragraph 39(4) of Schedule 3 are satisfied.


More Definitions of Old Option

Old Option means all options, rights and option agreements dated on or before September 3, 1998 between Corporation and Director under which Director has the right to purchase shares of Corporation Common Stock from the Corporation at a stated exercise price per share (collectively, the "Old Options"). Without limiting the generality of the foregoing sentence, attached hereto as Exhibit A is a
Old Option means an Option released pursuant to Rule 10.2;
Old Option means an Option released pursuant to Rule 10.4.

Related to Old Option

  • 3(i) Option means an Option granted pursuant to Section 3(i) of the Ordinance to any person who is Non- Employee.

  • Vested Option means any Option, which has already been vested according to the Vesting Dates.

  • Unvested Option means an Option in respect of which the relevant Vesting Conditions have not been satisfied and as such, the Option Grantee has not become eligible to exercise the Option.

  • Top-Up Option has the meaning set forth in Section 1.4(a).

  • Vested Options means the Options that have vested in accordance with Section 2.2 of this Agreement.

  • Reload Option means any Option granted under Section 6(a)(iv) of the Plan.

  • Employee Option means an Option granted pursuant to Section 5.

  • Vested Company Option means any Company Option that shall have become vested on or prior to the Closing Date in accordance with the terms of such Company Option.

  • Incentive Share Option means an Option that is intended to meet the requirements of Section 422 of the Code or any successor provision thereto.

  • Director Option means a Nonstatutory Stock Option granted to each Eligible Director pursuant to Section 6.7 without any action by the Board or the Committee.

  • Rollover Option has the meaning set forth in Section 2.4(a).

  • Share Option means a Nonqualified Share Option or an Incentive Share Option.

  • Optioned Stock means the Common Stock subject to an Option.

  • Unvested Company Option means any Company Option that is not a Vested Company Option.

  • Shoe Option means the Initial Purchasers’ option to purchase up to seventy five million dollars ($75,000,000) aggregate principal amount of additional Notes as provided for in the Purchase Agreement.

  • Related Option means an Option in connection with which, or by amendment to which, a specified Right is granted.

  • Stock Option means a contractual right granted to an Eligible Person under Section 6 hereof to purchase shares of Common Stock at such time and price, and subject to such conditions, as are set forth in the Plan and the applicable Award Agreement.

  • Call Option means an exchange traded option with respect to Securities other than Stock Index Options, Futures Contracts, and Futures Contract Options entitling the holder, upon timely exercise and payment of the exercise price, as specified therein, to purchase from the writer thereof the specified underlying Securities.

  • SAR means a stock appreciation right granted under the Plan.

  • Non-Vested Shares means any portion of the Restricted Stock subject to this Agreement that has not become vested pursuant to this Section 2.

  • Vested Shares means "Vested Shares" as defined in the Award Agreement.

  • Optioned Shares means Common Shares that may be issued in the future to a Service Provider upon the exercise of an Option;

  • Company Stock Option means any option to purchase Company Common Stock granted under any Company Stock Plan.

  • Nonqualified Option means any Option that is not an Incentive Stock Option.

  • Call Option Period has the meaning given to it in Condition 6.04 (Call Option);

  • Stock Reload Option means any option granted under Section 6.3, below, as a result of the payment of the exercise price of a Stock Option and/or the withholding tax related thereto in the form of Stock owned by the Holder or the withholding of Stock by the Company.