Qualified Settlement Fund definition

Qualified Settlement Fund or “Settlement Fund” means the interest-bearing, settlement fund account to be established and maintained by the Escrow Agent in accordance with Article 5 herein and referred to as the Qualified Settlement Fund (within the meaning of Treas. Reg. § 1.468B-1).
Qualified Settlement Fund means a fund within the meaning of Treasury Regulations § 1.468B-1.
Qualified Settlement Fund or “QSF” means the account established by the Settlement Administrator from the Gross Settlement Amount paid by Defendant. The QSF will be controlled by the Settlement Administrator subject to the terms of this Agreement and the Court’s order(s). Interest, if any, earned on any monies in the QSF will become part of the Net Settlement Fund.

Examples of Qualified Settlement Fund in a sentence

  • Potential Rights for Reimbursement Subject to the terms of Section 2.01, BHCP shall deposit into the Qualified Settlement Fund amounts necessary to pay those Program Participants who have submitted Eligible Claims that have been approved for payment by the Claims Administrator.

  • Each Program Participant and her counsel agree that an amount equal to the total determined in accordance with Section 8.01(B)(3)(d) and Section 8.01(C)(2)(c)-(C)(2)(e), as each such Section may apply, will be withheld from the Program Participant’s Final Award and maintained within the Qualified Settlement Fund.

  • The Settlement Funds within the Qualified Settlement Fund will be held in a fiduciary capacity.

  • To the extent any Program Participant has received any funding or other consideration from any third party, including any private litigation funding, such Program Participant represents and warrants that such third party has no Lien or other claim that can be asserted against any of the Released Parties or the Qualified Settlement Fund or any portion thereof.

  • The Qualified Settlement Fund shall remain subject to the jurisdiction of the MDL Court until such Settlement Funds are distributed in their entirety or upon further order of the MDL Court.


More Definitions of Qualified Settlement Fund

Qualified Settlement Fund or “QSF” means a qualified settlement fund as defined by Treasury Regulation Section 1.468B-1 et seq.
Qualified Settlement Fund means the type of fund, account, or trust, created pursuant to 26 C.F.R. § 1.468B-1, that the Fund Institution will establish to receive payments under this Agreement.
Qualified Settlement Fund or “QSF” means the settlement fund established pursuant to Section 6.02 in which Organon will deposit the Settlement Funds.
Qualified Settlement Fund means the settlement fund established pursuant to Section 2.02 in which BHCP will deposit the Settlement Funds.
Qualified Settlement Fund or “QSF” means the account established and maintained in accordance with Treasury Regulation § 1.468B-1 et seq. by the Settlement Administrator for the Gross Settlement Amount paid by Defendant. The QSF will be controlled by the Settlement Administrator subject to the terms of this Agreement and the Court’s Preliminary Approval Order and Final Approval Order. Interest, if any, earned on the QSF will become part of the Gross Settlement Amount.
Qualified Settlement Fund means the interest-bearing settlement fund account to be established and maintained by the Escrow Agent as described in Article IV herein.
Qualified Settlement Fund means a qualified 9 settlement fund established pursuant to U.S. Treasury Regulation section 468B-1, 29 C.F.R. § 468B-1.