Related to Restoration Law
Corporation Law means the general corporation law of the jurisdiction of incorporation of the Corporation.
Data Protection Law means the applicable legislation protecting the fundamental rights and freedoms of persons and their right to privacy with regard to the processing of Personal Data under the Agreement (and includes, as far as it concerns the relationship between the parties regarding the processing of Personal Data by SAP on behalf of Customer, the GDPR as a minimum standard, irrespective of whether the Personal Data is subject to GDPR or not).
Canon Law means the Canon Law of the Catholic Church from time to time in force.
EU Data Protection Law means (i) prior to 25 May 2018, Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of Personal Data and on the free movement of such data ("Directive") and on and after 25 May 2018, Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of Personal Data and on the free movement of such data (General Data Protection Regulation) ("GDPR"); and (ii) Directive 2002/58/EC concerning the processing of Personal Data and the protection of privacy in the electronic communications sector and applicable national implementations of it (as may be amended, superseded or replaced).
Applicable Data Protection Law means, as applicable, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation 2016/679) (as may be amended, superseded or replaced) ("GDPR") and all other supplemental or implementing laws relating to data privacy in the relevant European Union member state, including where applicable the guidance and codes of practice issued by the relevant supervisory authority, and/or all applicable analogous privacy laws of other countries;
Anti-Corruption Law means any Applicable Law relating to anti-bribery or anti-corruption (governmental or commercial), including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977, as amended, and any other Applicable Law that prohibits the corrupt payment, offer, promise or authorization of the payment or transfer of anything of value (including gifts or entertainment), directly or indirectly, to any Person, including any Government Official.
the applicable data protection law means the legislation protecting the fundamental rights and freedoms of individuals and, in particular, their right to privacy with respect to the processing of personal data applicable to a data controller in the Member State in which the data exporter is established;
Data Protection Laws means any law, statute, subordinate legislation, regulation, order, mandatory guidance or code of practice, judgment of a relevant court of law, or directives or requirements of any regulatory body which relates to the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of Personal Data to which a Party is subject including the Data Protection Act 2018 and any statutory modification or re-enactment thereof and the GDPR.
Common-law spouse means two people who have cohabited as spousal partners for a period of not less than one year.
Ex-situ conservation means the conservation of components of biological diversity outside their natural habitats.
conservation area means any vacant or improved area within the boundaries of a redevelopment project area located within the territorial limits of a county that is not yet a blighted area but, because of a combination of three or more of the following factors: dilapidation; obsolescence; deterioration; illegal use of structures; presence of structures below minimum code standards; abandonment; excessive vacancies; overcrowding of structures and community facilities; lack of ventilation, light, or sanitary facilities; inadequate utilities; excessive land coverage; depreciation of physical maintenance; or lack of community planning, is detrimental to the public safety, health, morals, or welfare and may become a blighted area.
Water conservation means the preservation and careful management of water resources.
In-situ conservation means the conservation of ecosystems and natural habitats and the maintenance and recovery of viable populations of species in their natural surroundings and, in the case of domesticated or cultivated species, in the surroundings where they have developed their distinctive properties.
DGCL means the General Corporation Law of the State of Delaware.
EU Data Protection Laws means EU Directive 95/46/EC, as transposed into domestic legislation of each Member State and as amended, replaced or superseded from time to time, including by the GDPR and laws implementing or supplementing the GDPR;
Competition Law means any Law that is designed or intended to prohibit, restrict or regulate actions having the purpose or effect of monopolization or lessening of competition through merger or acquisition or restraint of trade.
Commencement of Construction means to begin or cause to begin, as part of a continuous program, the placement, assembly, or installation of facilities or equipment; or to conduct significant site preparation work, including clearing excavation or removal of existing buildings, structures, or facilities, necessary for the placement, assembly, or installation of facilities; or equipment at a new or expanded animal feedlot or a new, modified, or expanded manure storage area.
Applicable Data Protection Laws means the relevant data protection and data privacy laws, rules and regulations to which the Customer Personal Data are subject. “Applicable Data Protections Law(s)” shall include, but not be limited to, EU General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (“GDPR”) principles and requirements.
Anti-Corruption Laws means all laws, rules, and regulations of any jurisdiction applicable to the Borrower or its Subsidiaries from time to time concerning or relating to bribery or corruption.
Building Code Act means the Building Code Act, S.O. 1992, as amended, or any successor thereof;
Condominium Act means Public Act 59 of 1978, as amended.
Delaware Law means the General Corporation Law of the State of Delaware.
Limitation Acts means the Limitation Act 1980 and the Foreign Limitation Periods Act 1984.
Construction and Demolition Debris means discarded materials generally considered to be not water-soluble and nonhazardous in nature, including, but not limited to, steel, glass, brick, concrete, asphalt roofing material, pipe, gypsum wallboard, and lumber, from the construction or destruction of a structure as part of a construction or demolition project or from the renovation of a structure, and including rocks, soils, tree remains, trees, and other vegetative matter that normally results from land clearing or land development operations for a construction project, including such debris from construction of structures at a site remote from construction or demolition project site. Mixing of construction and demolition debris from other types of solid waste will cause it to be classified as than construction or demolition debris. The term also includes: a. Clean cardboard, paper, plastic, wood, and metal scraps from a construction project b. Effective January 1, 1997, except as provided in 2s. 403.707(13)(j), unpainted, non- treated wood scraps from facilities manufacturing materials used for construction of structures or their components and unpainted, non-treated wood pallets provided the wood scraps and pallets are separated from other solid waste where generated and the generator of such wood scraps or pallets implements reasonable practices of the generating industry to minimize the commingling of wood scraps or pallets with other solid waste, and c. De Minimis amounts of other nonhazardous wastes that are generated at construction of destruction projects, provided such amounts are consistent with best management practices of the industry.
Delaware General Corporation Law means the Delaware General Corporation Law, 8 Del. C. § 100, et. seq., as amended from time to time.
Construction and Demolition Waste means the unwanted residue resulting from the alteration, construction, demolition or repair of any building or other structure, including, but not limited to, roofing, concrete and cinder block, plaster, lumber, structural steel, plumbing fixtures, electrical wiring, heating and ventilation equipment, windows and doors, interior finishing materials such as woodwork and cabinets, siding and sheathing and aged railroad ties. “Construction and Demolition Waste” does not include materials identified or listed as solid waste, infectious waste or hazardous waste pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Chapter 3734, pallets, cardboard, plastic containers, yard wastes, white goods, furniture, carpeting, clean fill or paving brick and stone, reinforced and non-reinforced concrete pavement, and asphalt which is stored for a period less than two years for recycling into a usable construction material.