Regulatory Actions definition

Regulatory Actions means any material claim, demand, action or proceeding brought or instigated by any governmental authority in connection with any Environmental Law (including, without limitation, civil, criminal and/or administrative proceedings), whether or not seeking costs, damages, penalties or expenses.
Regulatory Actions has the meaning set forth in Section 8.01(c).
Regulatory Actions. With respect to any Leased Property, any claim, demand, notice, action or proceeding brought or initiated by any governmental authority in connection with any Environmental Law, including, without limitation, civil, criminal and/or administrative proceedings, and whether or not seeking costs, damages, equitable remedies, penalties or expenses.

Examples of Regulatory Actions in a sentence

  • See " Retention Requirements" and "Risk Factors — Legislative or Regulatory Actions Could Adversely Affect the Market Value of the Notes".

  • SUMMARY OF REGULATORY ACTIONS REGULATIONS FILED WITH SECRETARY OF STATEThis Summary of Regulatory Actions lists regula- tions filed with the Secretary of State on the dates indicated.

  • See “EU and UK Retention Requirements” and “Risk Factors — Risks Related to the Notes Being Linked to the Reference Pool — Applicability of Federal, State and Local Laws — Legislative or Regulatory Actions Could Adversely Affect Our Business Activities and the Reference Pool”.

  • See “Retention Requirements” and “Risk Factors — Governance and Regulation — Legislative or Regulatory Actions Could Adversely Affect Our Business Activities and the Reference Pool”.

  • See “European Risk Retention Requirements” and “Risk Factors — Governance and Regulation — Legislative or Regulatory Actions Could Adversely Affect Our Business Activities and the Reference Pool”.


More Definitions of Regulatory Actions

Regulatory Actions means any Claim, demand, action, suit, summons, citation, directive, investigation, litigation, inquiry, enforcement action, Lien, encumbrance, restriction, settlement, remediation, response, clean-up or closure arrangement or other remedial obligation or proceeding brought or instigated by any Governmental Body in connection with any Environmental Law, including, without limitation, the listing of the Real Property on any list of contaminated or potentially contaminated sites or potential or verified Hazardous Waste sites under any Environmental Law, civil, criminal and/or administrative proceedings, whether or not seeking costs, damages, penalties or expenses.
Regulatory Actions means any Litigation with respect to the Company or any Subsidiary brought or instigated by any Governmental Entity in connection with any Environmental Costs, Release of Hazardous Materials or any Environmental Law.
Regulatory Actions shall have the meaning set forth in Section 7.5(c).
Regulatory Actions means any Claim, demand, action, suit, summons, citation, directive, investigation, litigation, inquiry, enforcement action, Lien, encumbrance, restriction, settlement, remediation, response, clean-up or closure arrangement or other remedial obligation or proceeding brought or instigated by any Governmental Body in connection with any Environmental Law, including, without limitation, the listing of the Leased Real Property on any list of contaminated or potentially contaminated sites or potential or verified Hazardous Waste sites under any Environmental Law, or any civil, criminal and/or administrative proceedings, whether or not seeking costs, damages, penalties or expenses.
Regulatory Actions means an allegation of wrongdoing by a Governmental Authority, including requests for information, investigations and formal complaints.
Regulatory Actions means any notice, summons, citation, directive, investigation, litigation, proceeding, inquiry, lien, encumbrance or restriction, settlement, remedial response, clean-up or closure arrangement or any other remedial obligations by or with any Governmental Authority in relation to Environmental Activity.
Regulatory Actions has the meaning specified in Section 4.2(1)(c).