Rate Period definition

Rate Period has the meaning set forth in the Statement.
Rate Period means, with respect to any Series of VMTP Shares, the Initial Rate Period and any Subsequent Rate Period of the VMTP Shares of such Series.

Examples of Rate Period in a sentence

  • The Maximum Rates for Rate Period One are presented in Exhibit C1.

  • The maximum Rates for Rate Period One shall be effective 1152 from the Commencement Date of this Agreement through June 30, 2015.

  • On the date the County approves the Contractor’s written request for an 1753 assignment, Contractor shall pay the County a transfer fee in the amount of one percent (1%) of 1754 the Gross Receipts for the most-recently completed Rate Period.

  • Maximum Rates for Rate Period One, which are 1150 presented in Exhibit C1, were determined by Contractor and were approved by the County with 1151 the execution of this Agreement.


More Definitions of Rate Period

Rate Period means, with respect to any Series of RVMTP Shares, the Initial Rate Period and any Subsequent Rate Period of the RVMTP Shares of such Series.
Rate Period or "n(t-1,t)" means, in respect of a Relevant Business Day, (i) the number of calendar days from (and including) the Relevant Business Day immediately preceding such Relevant Business Day to (but excluding) such Relevant Business Day, divided by (ii) 360;
Rate Period has the meaning set forth in the Articles Supplementary.
Rate Period means a twelve (12) month period, commencing July 1 and concluding June 30.
Rate Period means the period of time during which the fixed rate of return credited to the contract value record is applicable between crediting rate formula adjustments.
Rate Period is defined in Section 2.4.