Regulatory Restrictions definition

Regulatory Restrictions means any Requirement of Law, including, without limitation, PURPA and PUHCA, that prohibits, materially restricts or limits, or otherwise makes it impracticable or uneconomic for a Member or any of its Affiliates to acquire an additional interest in the Company.
Regulatory Restrictions shall have the meaning set forth in Section 8.3.

Examples of Regulatory Restrictions in a sentence

Vita, Regulatory Restrictions on Vertical Integration and Control: The Competitive Impact of Gasoline Divorcement Policies, 18 J.

Regulatory Restrictions Investors whose investment activities are subject to investment laws and regulations or to review or regulation by certain authorities may be subject to restrictions on investments in certain types of debt securities.

Statutory or Regulatory Restrictions Complaints based on DoD, DON, or Marine Corps policy or practice will be dismissed and not processed under this Order.

Statutory or Regulatory Restrictions Apply – ONLY if a statute or regulation imposes restrictions that are different from the indirect cost rate requirements in 2 CFR 200, OR there has been a HUD-wide decision to prevent program offices from seeking an approved deviation from the negotiated rates under the conditions provided by 2CFR 200.414(c).

Statutory or Regulatory Restrictions on Disclosure Section 5.4(g) ☐ Yes ☒ No In addition to the Privacy Act, are there any other statutory or regulatory restrictions on the sharing of any of the PII maintained in the system or by the project (e.g., 26 U.S.C § 6103 for tax returns and return information)?<< If YES, provide a short narrative explanation to answer Section 5.4(g):List Statutory or Regulatory Restrictions and scope of use and sharing limitation, if any.

More Definitions of Regulatory Restrictions

Regulatory Restrictions shall have the meaning ascribed to it in the Certificate of Incorporation (in effect at the date hereof).
Regulatory Restrictions means any restriction or limitation on ----------------------- the ability of TCI-Satellite to acquire all or any portion of the Conversion Stock, Reconciliation Stock, or Option Stock because such acquisition would cause ResNet or TCI-Satellite to violate any Legal Requirement, including, without limitation, 47 U.S.C. (S) 533(a)(2) or any regulations of the FCC promulgated thereunder if any SMATV service offered by ResNet continued to be offered after such acquisition separate and apart from any applicable franchised cable service.
Regulatory Restrictions shall have the meaning specified in Section 2(f). -----------------------
Regulatory Restrictions means those restrictions imposed from time to time by a Regulatory Authority.
Regulatory Restrictions shall have the meaning set forth in Section 6.4(b).
Regulatory Restrictions means any one or more of the following: (i) the seeking by a Competition Authority of an Order temporarily or permanently enjoining the Closing, (ii) the imposition of an Order sought in clause (i), (iii) the filing of a complaint (or similar) by any Competition Authority challenging the transactions contemplated in this Agreement as violating competition Laws (including or similar to Section 1 of the Sherman Antitrust Act, Section 7 of the Clayton Act or Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act), (iv) the initiation of a formal or informal investigation by any Competition Authority in connection with the transactions contemplated herein, or (v) any indication (written or oral) from a Competition Authority that it is likely to challenge the transactions contemplated by this Agreement or impose material sanctions on any party upon consummation of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement or, to the extent no such indication has been received from a Competition Authority (after inquiry) and the Stockholder Approval has been obtained, Purchaser has received written advice from its counsel that a significant risk exists that consummation of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement will result in a Competition Authority challenging the transactions or imposing material sanctions on the Purchaser or the Company after Closing.