Relevant Law definition

Relevant Law means all legislation, codes of practice, standards, guidelines and regulations (in each case having the force of law) together with all applicable regulations and rules (including the Event Rules) applicable to the subject matter (whether obligations, goods or services) in question;
Relevant Law means any:
Relevant Law means in case of

Examples of Relevant Law in a sentence

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

  • 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).

  • The Documents are, or will be, legal, valid, binding and enforceable against all relevant parties in accordance with their terms under the laws of the State of New York (the " Relevant Law") and all other relevant laws (other than, with respect to the Company, the laws of the Cayman Islands).

  • The choice of the Relevant Law as the governing law of the Document 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).

  • The directors may set a maximum number of directors less than current maximum in accordance with the Relevant Law.


More Definitions of Relevant Law

Relevant Law means any ordinance, law, rule or regulation applicable in and outside of Hong Kong which is relevant to Company, Customer, the Network, or the provision of the Services, the Company Equipment or the Software or Company Technology by Company to Customer.
Relevant Law means, in relation to any provision of this Act
Relevant Law means any written law dealing with the subject matter of discrimination;
Relevant Law means any legislation, regulation, judicial interpretation or other law which applies to us, to you and/or to any other person or group of persons operating in the UK energy industry (for example, without limitation, any energy generator or distributor or consumer) or which has, or we reasonably consider will have, a detrimental effect on the level of risk, reward or operational effort we will bear under this Agreement;
Relevant Law means the law for the time being set out in—
Relevant Law means any requirement or any law of New Zealand with which the Supervisor or the Manager or the Scheme must comply.
Relevant Law means the law of Jersey, another jurisdiction in the British Islands, a Member State or the European Union;