Sanction Regimes definition

Sanction Regimes means any economic or trade embargoes and sanctions laws, regulations, rules or restrictive measures administered, enacted or enforced by the EU, Her Majesty's Treasury, OFAC, the United States Department of State, any other US government entity, as may be applicable to Permobil, the United Nations or any other relevant governmental or regulatory authority.

Examples of Sanction Regimes in a sentence

The Legal Authority of Sanction Regulations through the Prism of International Arbitrators Economic Sanctions as Claims or Defenses: Elements of facts, of law, mandatory rules, public policy, international public policy? National and Supra-National Sanction Regimes: Do They Carry the Same Authority vis à vis the international arbitrator? Illegality of Contracts v.

Criticism of Comprehensive Sanction Regimes Imposed by the United Nations The Security Council has imposed sanctions a mere 14 times in 56 years.

Self-Organization for Collective Action: An Experimental Study of Voting on Sanction Regimes.

The Buyer further represents that the Buyer, including its direct and indirect subsidiaries, is not located, organized, or resident in a country or territory that is subject to Sanction Regimes.

Specific UN Sanction Regimes may also include items related to ballistic missile technologies.