relevant benefit definition

relevant benefit means any benefit specified in paragraph 21(2); and
relevant benefit means a benefit, or part of a benefit, the amount of which was, immediately before the commencement day, calculated as a multiple of a Member’s salary.
relevant benefit means benefit prescribed for the purposes of section 71(8) above;

Examples of relevant benefit in a sentence

  • The Corporation will take all such actions as are within its power to ensure that all such shares of Common Stock may be so issued without violation of any applicable law.

  • In the case of spouses' pensions payable on death in service and serious ill-health retirement pensions, the Value of the Transferred Relevant Benefit will be taken to be in respect of that portion of the benefit which relates to pensionable service to Completion Date, with no allowance for pensionable service after Completion Date.

  • In the case of lump sums payable on death in service, the Value of a Transferred Relevant Benefit will be taken to be nil.

  • To the best of the Vendor’s knowledge, no trustee or administrator of a Mandatory Scheme and no Group Company, has exercised, or is obliged to exercise, a discretion or power (except in relation to lump sum death benefits) in relation to a Relevant Benefit payable in respect of a Relevant Person.

  • The Transferred Relevant Benefit will be the accrued pension or contingent spouses'/children's pension determined by reference to the rules of the Unilever Superannuation (Ireland) Pension Fund (the "US(I)F").


More Definitions of relevant benefit

relevant benefit means any pension, lump sum, gratuity, retirement indemnity, deferred compensation payment, or other benefit of a similar nature, given or to be given on retirement, or on death;
relevant benefit means a benefit payable to, or in respect of, a person who before the commencement date
relevant benefit means a benefit, or part of a benefit, the amount of which was, immediately before 17 February 2001, calculated as a multiple of a Member’s salary.
relevant benefit means a benefit, or part of a benefit, the amount of which was, immediately before 17 February 2001, calculated as a multiple of a Member’s salary. (10) In this section each of the following terms has the meaning given in the Family Law Act 1975 (Commonwealth) section 90MD —
relevant benefit means any benefit specified in rule 113(2); and
relevant benefit means the total benefit from
relevant benefit means housing benefit or any other benefit prescribed for the purposes of this section;