Relevant definition

Relevant means in any way relevant to the provision and use of grants provided by the Secretary of State under this Agreement.
Relevant means information having any tendency to make the existence of any fact that is of consequence to the investigation or determination of the issue more probable or less probable than it would be without the evidence.
Relevant means tending to prove or disprove the allegation at hand.

Examples of Relevant in a sentence

If five or more of such offered quotations are available on the Relevant Screen Page, the highest (or, if there is more than one such highest quotation, one only of such quotations) and the lowest (or, if there is more than one such lowest quotation, one only of such quotations) shall be disregarded by the Calculation Agent for the purpose of determining the arithmetic mean of such offered quotations.

Relevant Information will only be used in accordance with applicable law.

Specifically, we have made no independent investigation of the Relevant Law.

Each notice shall include the name of the successor Relevant Trustee and the address of its Corporate Trust Office if it is the Property Trustee.

The choice of the Relevant Law as the governing law of the Documents has been made in good faith and would be regarded as a valid and binding selection which will be upheld by the courts of the State of New York and any other relevant jurisdiction (other than the Cayman Islands) as a matter of the Relevant Law and all other relevant laws (other than the laws of the Cayman Islands).

More Definitions of Relevant

Relevant means directly related to the issue or issues being examined.
Relevant. , in relation to a body, shall mean the body which has responsibility for the location where the proposals may or will be sited or has responsibility for an area which neighbours that location.
Relevant means directly applying to the matter in question; pertinent, germane. It is evidence that tends to make the existence of any facts more probable or certain than they would be without the evidence; and tending to prove the precise fact at issue.
Relevant means having a tendency to make the
Relevant means having significant and demonstrable bearing on the matter at hand.