Oppressive conduct definition

Oppressive conduct means a continuing course of conduct, a significant action, or a series of actions that substantially interferes with the interests of a shareholder as a shareholder.
Oppressive conduct means a continuing course of conduct, a significant action, or

Examples of Oppressive conduct in a sentence

  • Division 5 Oppressive conduct of affairs 84 Interpretation‌In this division, a reference to a member of a cooperative includes, for a cooperative that has a share capital, a reference to a person to whom a share in the cooperative has been transmitted by will or by operation of law.

  • The largest numbers of allegations recorded under the top four categories of Other neglect or failure in duty, Incivility, impoliteness and intolerance, Other assault and Oppressive conduct or harassment are all linked to subjects from Norwich.

  • See Davis, 754 S.W.2d at 381 ("Oppressive conduct has been described as an expansive term that is used to cover a multitude of situations dealing with improper conduct, and a narrow definition would be inappropriate."); Redmon v.

  • By: Name: Title: Exhibit C ASSIGNMENT AND ASSUMPTION AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into as of [ ], 2006, by and between MEMOREX INTERNATIONAL INC., a corporation organized under the laws of the British Virgin Islands (“Assignor”), and IMATION CORP., a corporation organized under the laws of the State of Delaware, USA (“Assignee”).

  • Oppressive conduct in litigation may amount to vexation but it is not a separate ground giving rise to the exercise of a discretion to order costs.[6] Williams JA expressed a similar opinion.

  • There are, however, a number of caveats associated with this approach.

  • R8 11/01/06 Cooperatives Act 2002 Effective: 11/01/06-01/02/09 page 53 Part 4 MembershipDivision 4.5 Oppressive conduct of affairs Section 85 Division 4.5 Oppressive conduct of affairs85 Meaning of member in div 4.5In this division:member, of a cooperative that has a share capital, includes a person to whom a share in the cooperative has been transmitted by will or by operation of law.

  • Oppressive conduct is the most common violation for which a buyout (or judicial dissolution) is found to be an appropriate remedy.

  • R6 13/07/04 Cooperatives Act 2002 Effective: 13/07/04-05/06/05 page 53 Part 4 MembershipDivision 4.5 Oppressive conduct of affairs Section 85 Division 4.5 Oppressive conduct of affairs85 Meaning of member in div 4.5In this division:member, of a cooperative that has a share capital, includes a person to whom a share in the cooperative has been transmitted by will or by operation of law.

  • Page 11 Co-operatives Amendment Act 1995 No 41 Schedule 1 Amendments [31] Section 325 (3) (f)Insert after section 325 (3) (e):(f) a reference in any of those provisions to section 260 (Remedy in cases of oppression or injustice) of the Corporations Law is to be read as a reference to Division 5 (Oppressive conduct of affairs) of Part 4 of this Act.

Related to Oppressive conduct

  • Abusive conduct means verbal, nonverbal, or physical conduct of a parent or student directed toward a school employee that, based on its severity, nature, and frequency of occurrence, a reasonable person would determine is intended to cause intimidation, humiliation, or unwarranted distress.

  • Disabling Conduct shall have the meaning designated in Section 8.4 hereof.

  • Oppressive State means: Tibet Autonomous Region and the Provinces of Ado, Kham and U-Tsang

  • Standard of Conduct means the standard for conduct by Indemnitee that is a condition precedent to indemnification of Indemnitee hereunder against Indemnifiable Losses relating to, arising out of or resulting from an Indemnifiable Claim. The Standard of Conduct is (i) good faith and a reasonable belief by Indemnitee that his action was in or not opposed to the best interests of the Company and, with respect to any criminal action or proceeding, that Indemnitee had no reasonable cause to believe that his conduct was unlawful, or (ii) any other applicable standard of conduct that may hereafter be substituted under Section 145(a) or (b) of the Delaware General Corporation Law or any successor to such provision(s).

  • Reckless Conduct means conduct where the supplier of the recreational services is aware, or should reasonably have been aware, of a significant risk that the conduct could result in personal injury to another person and engages in the conduct despite the risk and without adequate justification;

  • Harass means to engage in a course of conduct directed at a specific person which causes substantial emotional distress to that person and serves no legitimate purpose.

  • Unfair conduct means an act or omission by a Member or its financial representative that significantly impairs, or is likely to significantly impair, the ability of a Client to make an informed transactional decision and includes –

  • Improper Conduct means conduct which offers any obstruction to the deliberations of proper action of Council.

  • Intimidating, threatening, abusive, or harming conduct means, but is not limited to, conduct that does the following:

  • Harasses means a pattern or course of conduct directed toward another individual that includes, but is not limited to, repeated or continuing unconsented contact, that would cause a reasonable person to suffer emotional distress, and that actually causes emotional distress to the victim. Harassment shall include harassing or obscene phone calls as prohibited by Section 1172 of this title and conduct prohibited by Section 850 of this title. Harassment does not include constitutionally protected activity or conduct that serves a legitimate purpose;

  • Disparagement means making comments or statements to the press, the Company’s or its Affiliates’ employees, consultants or any individual or entity with whom the Company or its Affiliates has a business relationship which could reasonably be expected to adversely affect in any manner: (a) the conduct of the business of the Company or its Affiliates (including, without limitation, any products or business plans or prospects); or (b) the business reputation of the Company or its Affiliates, or any of their products, or their past or present officers, directors or employees.

  • Ethics means a set of principles governing the conduct of all persons governed by these rules.

  • Criminally injurious conduct means conduct that:

  • Unprofessional conduct means the same as that term is defined in Sections 58-1-501 and 58-17b-502 and may be further defined by rule.

  • Code of Conduct means an agreement or set of rules not imposed by law, regulation or administrative provision of a Member State which defines the behaviour of traders who undertake to be bound by the code in relation to one or more particular commercial practices or business sectors;

  • Exposed workplace means any work location, working area, or common area at work used or accessed by a COVID-19 case during the high-risk period, including bathrooms, walkways, hallways, aisles, break or eating areas, and waiting areas. The exposed workplace does not include buildings or facilities not entered by a COVID-19 case.

  • Passive NFE Under the CRS a “Passive NFE” means any NFE that is not an Active NFE. An Investment Entity located in a Non-Participating Jurisdiction and managed by another Financial Institution is also treated as a Passive NFE for purposes of the CRS.

  • restrictive condition means any condition registered against the title deed of land restricting the use, development or subdivision of the land concerned;

  • Sexually explicit conduct means actual or simulated:

  • Workplace Harassment means engaging in a course of vexatious comment or conduct against a worker in a workplace that is known or ought reasonably to be known to be unwelcome”. Ref: Occupational Health and Safety Act, Sec. 1 (1). The employee rights set out above shall be interpreted within the context of the Ontario Human Rights Code. An employee who believes that she has been harassed, contrary to this provision shall be encouraged by both parties to follow the Employer’s policy on harassment and process. Failing resolution, an employee may follow the process set out in the Complaint, Grievance and Arbitration procedure in Article 8 of the Collective Agreement. The employee shall be encouraged by both parties to exhaust these processes prior to filing a complaint with the Ontario Human Rights Commission.

  • Alcohol means the intoxicating agent in beverage alcohol, ethyl alcohol, or other low molecular weight alcohols including methyl and isopropyl alcohol.

  • Progressive discipline means a process of applying and documenting disciplinary actions progressing from less to more serious depending on the employee’s history and the nature of the offense.

  • Sexual conduct means vaginal intercourse between a male and female; anal intercourse, fellatio, and cunnilingus between persons regardless of gender; and, without privilege to do so, the insertion, however slight, of any part of the body or any instrument, apparatus, or other object into the vaginal or anal cavity of another. Penetration, however slight, is sufficient to complete vaginal or anal intercourse.

  • Abuse means theft, waste, or improper use of assets related to ADB-related activity, either committed intentionally or through reckless disregard;

  • Covered Conduct Any actual or alleged act, failure to act, negligence, statement, error, omission, breach of any duty, conduct, event, transaction, agreement, misstatement, misleading statement or other activity of any kind whatsoever from the beginning of time through the Reference Date (and any past, present, or future consequence of any such act, failure to act, negligence, statement, error, omission, breach of duty, conduct, event, transaction, agreement, misstatement, misleading statement or other activity) relating in any way to (1) the discovery, development, manufacture, packaging, repackaging, marketing, promotion, advertising, labeling, recall, withdrawal, distribution, delivery, monitoring, reporting, supply, sale, prescribing, dispensing, physical security, warehousing, use or abuse of, or operating procedures relating to, any Product, or any system, plan, policy or advocacy relating to any Product or class of Products, including, but not limited to, any unbranded promotion, marketing, programs, or campaigns relating to any Product or class of Products; (2) the characteristics, properties, risks, or benefits of any Product; (3) the reporting, disclosure, non-reporting or non- disclosure to federal, state or other regulators of orders placed with any Released Entity; or (4) diversion control programs or suspicious order monitoring; provided, however, that as to any Claim that a Releasor has brought or could bring, Covered Conduct does not include non- compliance with statutory or administrative supply security standards concerning cleanliness of facilities or stopping counterfeit products, so long as such standards apply to the storage and distribution of both controlled and non-controlled pharmaceuticals.

  • Passive NFFE means any NFFE that is not (i) an Active NFFE, or (ii) a withholding foreign partnership or withholding foreign trust pursuant to relevant U.S. Treasury Regulations.