Rejection definition

Rejection means a process through which Clearing Corporation would convey the inability of itself and / or Settlement Bank and / or the CLS Bank to accede to a Member’s request for processing a Trade.
Rejection means process through which Clearing Corporation would convey its inability to accede to a Member‟s request for processing a Trade.
Rejection means the rejection of the occurrence of the Extraordinary Early Redemption Event by the Issuer pursuant to Section 11.4 of the Terms;

Examples of Rejection in a sentence

  • Rejection and exclusion of the bidder from the procurement process.

  • Rejection or other refusal to accept or the inability to deliver because of changed address of which no notice was given shall be deemed to be receipt of the notice as of the date of such rejection, refusal or inability to deliver.

  • Right of Acceptance and/or Rejection MoDOT reserves the right to reject any responses, and to accept or reject any items thereon, and to waive technicalities.

  • Determination of Validity; Rejection of Options; Waiver of Defects; No Obligation to Give Notice of Defects.

  • Determination of Validity; Rejection of Units; Waiver of Defects; No Obligation to Give Notice of Defects.


More Definitions of Rejection

Rejection means process through which Clearcorp would convey its inability to accept a Member’s Order on the Dealing System.
Rejection means written notification from the Customer to the Company that the Solution has failed to meet their Acceptance Criteria, specifying the grounds of failure.
Rejection means a Message sent to a Sender that indicates that the Reserve Bank on whose books the Sender’s Securities Account is maintained has rejected a Message from that Sender.
Rejection has the meaning set forth in Section 9.13
Rejection means a network provider’s rejection of a customer transfer request form
Rejection means the discharge from the competitive service of an employee who has not successfully completed the initial probationary period.