Retention Period definition

Retention Period means the minimum time that must pass after the creation, recording, or receipt of a record, or the fulfillment of certain actions associated with a record, before it is eligible for destruction.
Retention Period. , in relation to seized goods, means —
Retention Period for certain Awards means the period ending on the date specified in the Award Statement (subject to the provisions of the Plan).

Examples of Retention Period in a sentence

The Retention Period will not be extended by Essential Energy for Excess Employees beyond 26 weeks, except in the circumstances of subclause (7) where a temporary work placement or secondment extends beyond the Retention Period.

In the event that Employee’s employment by the Company is terminated prior to the end of the Retention Period due to (i) Employee’s death, (ii) Employee’s Disability, (iii) a termination by the Company without Cause, or (iv) a termination by Employee for Good Reason, Employee shall not be obligated to repay to the Company any amount of the Award.

Redundancy calculations will be made on the Relevant Weekly Rate of Pay the Excess Employee received during the Retention Period and not the lower base rate of pay.

In the event that Employee’s employment is terminated prior to the end of the Retention Period due to (x) a termination by the Company for Cause or (y) any termination by Employee other than for Good Reason, Employee must repay to the Company within sixty (60) days of the Termination Date the entire, gross amount of the Award.

If any litigation, claim, or audit related to this Award starts before expiration of the Record Retention Period, the Record Retention Period shall extend until all litigation, claims, or audit findings have been resolved and final action taken by the State or Federal Awarding Agency.


More Definitions of Retention Period

Retention Period means the Term and an additional three (3) years following the later of: (a) termination of this Agreement, (b) the Port’s final payment under this Agreement, or (c) resolution of pending issues between the Parties under this Agreement.
Retention Period means 25 years following the expiry of the Term or the earlier termination of this Agreement;
Retention Period means the period commencing on the Effective Date and ending on March 6, 2006.
Retention Period means the Term and an additional three (3) years following the later of: (a) termination of this Agreement, (b) the Port’s final payment under this
Retention Period means the period from the Grant Date to the First Vesting Date, the Second Vesting Date or the Third Vesting Date, whichever is applicable, and as varied under these Rules.
Retention Period means the period during which an animal for which aid has been claimed has to be kept on the holding, as provided for in the following provisions:
Retention Period means the period of time during which records must be kept by the Township before they may be disposed of;