Proportionate Liability definition

Proportionate Liability means the proportion of any judgment that, had the Settling Defendants not settled, the Ontario Court or Quebec Court, as applicable, would have apportioned to the Releasees.
Proportionate Liability means the proportion of any judgment that, had the Settling Defendants not settled, the Ontario or the BC Court, as applicable, would have apportioned to the Settling Defendants and the other Releasees in respect of the Released Claims.
Proportionate Liability means the proportion of any judgment that, had the Settling Defendants not settled, the Court would have apportioned to the Releasees.

Examples of Proportionate Liability in a sentence

  • To the maximum extent permitted by law, the operation of the Proportionate Liability Legislation is excluded in relation to rights, obligations and liabilities under the Plant Hire Contract whether such rights, obligations or liabilities are sought to be enforced as a breach of contract or claim in tort (including negligence), in equity, under statute or otherwise at law.

  • To the extent permitted by Law, the operation of the Proportionate Liability Legislation is excluded in relation to any right, obligation or liability of a party in respect of these Terms, whether those rights, obligations or liabilities are sought to be enforced in contract, in tort or pursuant to any statute, and any claim.

  • To the extent permitted by law, it is the Principal’s intention that the operation of the Proportionate Liability Legislation is excluded in relation to all and any rights, obligations and liabilities under the contract entered into with the successful Tenderer and whether such rights, obligations or liabilities are sought to be enforced by a claim in contract, tort or otherwise.

  • To the maximum extent permitted by law, the operation of the Proportionate Liability Legislation is excluded in relation to rights, obligations and liabilities under this Order whether such rights obligations or liabilities are sought to be enforced as a breach of contract or claim in tort (including negligence), in equity, under statute or otherwise at law.

  • The operation of the Proportionate Liability Legislation is excluded, to the extent permitted by law, in relation to all rights, obligations and liabilities of the parties with respect to any matter to which the Proportionate Liability Legislation would apply but for this provision.


More Definitions of Proportionate Liability

Proportionate Liability means the proportion of any judgment that, had they not settled, a Court would have apportioned to the Settling Defendants.
Proportionate Liability means that proportion of any judgment that, had the Settling Defendant not settled, the Ontario Court would have apportioned to the Settling Defendant.
Proportionate Liability means the proportion of any judgment that, had they not settled, the Ontario or BC Court would have apportioned to the Releasees.
Proportionate Liability means the proportion of any judgment with respect to a Reinstated Rule that the courts and/or an arbitration tribunal would have apportioned to the Releasees, and shall also be deemed to include any amount that a Releasee would have been liable to pay to Mastercard or Visa or any other Person as indemnification or contribution for or to any judgment with respect to a Reinstated Rule, in the absence of this settlement and the bar orders contained herein.
Proportionate Liability means the proportion of any judgment that, had the Singapore Defendants not settled, a court or other arbiter would have apportioned to the Singapore Defendants and/or Releasees, whether pursuant to pro rata, proportionate fault, pro tanto, or another method; and
Proportionate Liability means the proportion of any judgment that, had British Airways not settled, the Ontario Court would have apportioned to British Airways and/or the Released Parties, whether pursuant to pro rata, proportionate fault, pro tanto, or another method.
Proportionate Liability means the proportion of liability to the Class that, had they not settled, the Court would have apportioned to the Settling Defendants, Zungui and the Cai Brothers at trial.