roll definition

roll means the greater of the GMFS roll or the 1 March roll of the following year, as determined by the relevant Staffing Order in Council, except that students who are included in the Ongoing Resourcing Scheme (at 1 July for the September school roll purposes) shall be counted on the following basis:
roll means the greater of the provisional (September) staffing roll or the confirmed (March) staffing roll, as determined by the relevant Staffing Order in Council, except that students who are included in the Ongoing Resourcing Scheme (at 1 July for the September school roll purposes) shall be counted on the following basis: - Students classified as “very high” under the Ongoing Resourcing Scheme shall be counted as six instead of one; - Students classified as “high” under the Ongoing Resourcing Scheme shall be counted as three instead of one. Except that: - Students at Westbridge Residential School will count as six instead of one; - Students at Salisbury and Halswell residential schools who are not included in the Ongoing Resourcing Scheme will count as three instead of one; - Students at Xxx Xxxx and Kelston residential schools who are not included in the Ongoing Resourcing Scheme will count as one.
roll. ’ means the Roll of Legal Practitioners referred to in section 30(3);

Examples of roll in a sentence

  • Notary Public Printed Name [Seal] My Commission expires: Bar Roll # CORRESPONDENT LOAN PURCHASE AGREEMENT For Licensed Correspondent Lenders THIS AGREEMENT (the “Agreement”) is made and entered into as of the day of , 20 , by and between GMFS LLC and (hereinafter referred to as “Correspondent”).

  • Notary Public (Seal) (Printed Name) My commission expires: Bar Roll # Addendum No. 1 to Delegated Correspondents Purchase Agreement This Addendum No. 1 to the Delegated Correspondent Purchase Agreement, (this “Addendum No. 1”), is entered into and effective as of day of , 20 , by and between GMFS LLC and Delegated Correspondent.


More Definitions of roll

roll means the roll of legal practitioners referred to in section 30(3) of the Act;
roll means the roll referred to in section 39 that relates to a leasehold building units plan or to a leasehold building units plan that has been terminated.
roll means the roll of advocates and solicitors of the Supreme Court kept under section 24;
roll means the assessment and tax roll.
roll means a roll kept in terms of this Act, and when used in relation to a category or a member of any category of persons in respect of whom a roll is kept, the roll kept for that category;
roll means the roll of solicitors maintained by the Registrar under Section 9 (as substituted by Section 65 of the Act of 1994) of the Act of 1954;
roll means the throw of the dice by the shooter.