Permitted Purpose definition

Permitted Purpose means [subject to the terms of this letter, passing on information to a prospective purchaser for the purpose of]2 considering and evaluating whether to enter into the Acquisition; and
Permitted Purpose means proper fulfillment by the FCM Clearing Member of its duties under the Rates Service DMP Annex and includes, after the completion of the Auction, the use by the FCM Clearing Member, its associated companies and advisers (to be determined by it at its discretion) of any data or documents related to portfolios successfully won through the Auction, for the purposes of its own on-going portfolio management and to enable it to comply with on-going legal or regulatory requirements.

Examples of Permitted Purpose in a sentence

The Recipients may only use the Information for the Permitted Purpose.

Licensee has no right of way, passage, air and light or any other easement rights in the said Licensed Premises but has merely the permission to use the Licensed Premises for the Permitted Purpose and only during the Licensed Term.


More Definitions of Permitted Purpose

Permitted Purpose means the purpose of all or any of the following:
Permitted Purpose means considering and evaluating whether to enter into the Facility.
Permitted Purpose means use of the Supplier Software by the Sublicensee for its own internal business needs, solely in conjunction with the Aircraft and in particular pertaining to (i) operation of the Aircraft; (ii) on ground operational support of the Aircraft; or (iii) related authorized customization of software.
Permitted Purpose means considering and evaluating whether to enter into the Facilities; and
Permitted Purpose means considering and evaluating whether to submit a tender in respect of the Project, and, where applicable, the submission of a tender in respect of the Project, and if appropriate, all associated communications and negotiations regarding of project agreements to be awarded for the Project.
Permitted Purpose means a purpose set out in section 10.1(b) of the Service Description for the Facilities Access Service.
Permitted Purpose means (a) considering and assessing whether or not to enter into the Proposed Transaction or another transaction with the same Financial Intermediary, (b) any related legal or regulatory or rating review and/or related reporting obligations, and/or (c) any internal procedure of EIF or the European Investment Bank.