Secondary Jurisdiction definition

Secondary Jurisdiction means a member of the European Union (other than Luxembourg and the Netherlands) as of the IssueEffective Date or the date on which any Person becomes the Successor Company pursuant to Section 5.01(a) of Annex I, Switzerland or Canada.
Secondary Jurisdiction means the jurisdictions set forth on Section 1.1(d) of the Seller Disclosure Schedules.
Secondary Jurisdiction means Saskatchewan.

Examples of Secondary Jurisdiction in a sentence

  • If all Sponsors of a Regular Resolution request it when the Regular Resolution is introduced, the Committee(s) of Secondary Jurisdiction shall consider the Regular Resolution even if such Committee(s) of Secondary Jurisdiction meet prior to the Committee of Original Jurisdiction.

  • If a Regular Resolution is to also be referred to another Committee(s), to be known as a Committee of Secondary Jurisdiction after its passage in the Committee of Original Jurisdiction, it must be considered in such secondary committee(s) that month unless the secondary committee has already met, in which case it must be considered the following month or at a special meeting of the committee(s) of Secondary Jurisdiction during the month it passed the Committee of Original Jurisdiction.

  • If a Regular Resolution is defeated in a Committee of Secondary Jurisdiction, it shall be deemed to have been defeated and may not be considered except pursuant to Rule 3(E).

  • Check the ‘Active’ Box and assign appropriate OMS Role, Primary Jurisdiction, and Secondary Jurisdiction (if needed).

  • The Clerk shall refer the Resolution to a Committee of Original Jurisdiction based on the Rules of the Legislature and may also refer the matter to one or more Committees of Secondary Jurisdiction.

  • The Clerk of the Legislature shall refer the Resolution to a Committee of Original Jurisdiction based on the Rules of the Legislature and may also refer the matter to one or more Committees of Secondary Jurisdiction.

  • Where unusual conditions are expected to exist prior to delivery of equipment at or near the building site in regard to handling and unloading of equipment in the Primary or Secondary Jurisdiction of the Union, the Employer shall contact the Union’s Business Representativeto make appropriate arrange- ments for the handling and unloading of such equip- ment.

  • Nycomed shall use all commercially reasonable efforts to diligently pursue approval of the Product in each Primary Jurisdiction for use in the Field (as such term is defined in Section 3.02(e), below) and in each Secondary Jurisdiction unless there is Reasonable Cause (as such term is defined in Section 3.02 (d), below) not to launch.

  • Notwithstanding the foregoing, if Nycomed fails to make the First Commercial Sale in a particular Secondary Jurisdiction because of Reasonable Cause (after notifying Acusphere in writing as to the specifics and nature of such Reasonable Cause), then its obligation to make the First Commercial Sale in such Secondary Jurisdiction shall be deferred for so long as such Reasonable Cause exists, and the consequences set forth in clauses (1), (2) and (3) above shall be inapplicable.

  • In this case Secondary Jurisdiction is also Indonesia because the arbitration ver- dict implemented in Indonesia where the cancellation only applies in Indonesian teritories.

More Definitions of Secondary Jurisdiction

Secondary Jurisdiction means the countries set forth on Section 1.01(a) of the Seller Disclosure Schedule under the headingSecondary Jurisdictions”.
Secondary Jurisdiction means the jurisdictions set forth on Section 1.1(d) of the Seller Disclosure Schedules. 11 “Section 338(h)(10) Subsidiaries” shall mean Tegrity Inc., Sunshine International Inc. and KCP Technologies, Inc.
Secondary Jurisdiction means the jurisdiction of the Appeals Committee referred to in paragraph (q) of this Rule.

Related to Secondary Jurisdiction

  • Property Jurisdiction means the jurisdiction in which the Land is located.

  • primary insolvency jurisdiction means the Contracting State in which the centre of the debtor’s main interests is situated, which for this purpose shall be deemed to be the place of the debtor’s statutory seat or, if there is none, the place where the debtor is incorporated or formed, unless proved otherwise;

  • Applicable Jurisdiction means the jurisdiction or jurisdictions under which the Borrower is organized, domiciled or resident or from which any of its business activities are conducted or in which any of its properties are located and which has jurisdiction over the subject matter being addressed.

  • Reference Jurisdiction means, in respect of the Reference Currency, the country (or countries of the currency block) for which the Reference Currency is the lawful currency.

  • Base jurisdiction means the member jurisdiction, selected in accordance with the plan, to which an applicant applies for apportioned registration under the plan or the member jurisdiction that issues apportioned registration to a registrant under the plan.

  • Home jurisdiction means the jurisdiction that issued the driver's license of the traffic violator.

  • Uniform Commercial Code jurisdiction means any jurisdiction that has adopted all or substantially all of Article 9 as contained in the 2000 Official Text of the Uniform Commercial Code, as recommended by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws and the American Law Institute, together with any subsequent amendments or modifications to the Official Text.

  • Jurisdiction means a province or territory of Canada except when used in the term foreign jurisdiction;

  • Pertinent Jurisdiction in relation to a company, means:

  • Eligible Jurisdiction any of the Republic of the Xxxxxxxx Islands, the United States of America, any State of the United States or the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, the Republic of Liberia, the Republic of Panama, the Commonwealth of Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, the Xxxxxx Xxxxxxx, xxx Xxxx xx Xxx, Xxxxxx, Xxxxxx, Xxxxxx, Hong Kong, the United Kingdom, Malta, any Member State of the European Union and any other jurisdiction generally acceptable to institutional lenders in the shipping industry, as determined in good faith by the Company.

  • Court of competent jurisdiction means a federal court, or a state court that entered an order in a child custody proceeding involving an Indian child, as long as the state court had proper subject matter jurisdiction in accordance with this chapter and the laws of that state, or a tribal court that had or has exclusive or concurrent jurisdiction pursuant to 25 U.S.C. Sec. 1911.

  • Non-Cooperative Jurisdiction means any foreign country that has been designated as noncooperative with international anti-money laundering principles or procedures by an intergovernmental group or organization, such as the Financial Task Force on Money Laundering, of which the U.S. is a member and with which designation the U.S. representative to the group or organization continues to concur;

  • Local jurisdiction means the jurisdiction in which the Canadian securities regulatory authority is situate;

  • Original Jurisdiction means, in relation to an Obligor, the jurisdiction under whose laws that Obligor is incorporated as at the date of this Agreement or, in the case of an Additional Obligor, as at the date on which that Additional Obligor becomes Party as a Borrower or a Guarantor (as the case may be).

  • Courts or “Trial Court(s)” means one or more of the fifty-eight (58) superior courts in the California state trial court system.

  • Partner Jurisdiction means a jurisdiction that has in effect an agreement with the United States to facilitate the implementation of FATCA. The IRS shall publish a list identifying all Partner Jurisdictions.

  • Authority Having Jurisdiction means a federal, state, local, or other regional department, or an individual such as a fire marshal, building official, electrical inspector, utility provider or other individual having statutory authority.

  • Competent Court of Law means any court or tribunal or any similar judicial or quasi- judicial body in India that has jurisdiction to adjudicate upon issues relating to this Agreement;

  • Partner Jurisdiction Financial Institution means (i) any Financial Institution established in a Partner Jurisdiction, but excluding any branch of such Financial Institution that is located outside the Partner Jurisdiction, and (ii) any branch of a Financial Institution not established in the Partner Jurisdiction, if such branch is located in the Partner Jurisdiction.

  • Adjudicating Authority or “NCLT” shall mean the Hon’ble Mumbai Bench of the National Company Law Tribunal;

  • Alternative Judgment means a form of final judgment that may be entered by the Court but in a form other than the form of Judgment provided for in this Stipulation and where none of the Parties hereto elects to terminate this Settlement by reason of such variance.

  • County authority means the board of county commissioners,

  • Covered Jurisdiction means the jurisdiction of organization of the Company or the applicable Guarantor and in the case of the Company or any Guarantor organized in the United States or Canada, any other state or province thereof, as applicable.

  • Relevant Jurisdiction means, with respect to a party, the jurisdictions (a) in which the party is incorporated, organised, managed and controlled or considered to have its seat, (b) where an Office through which the party is acting for purposes of this Agreement is located, (c) in which the party executes this Agreement and (d) in relation to any payment, from or through which such payment is made.

  • Federal Court means the Federal Court of Australia.

  • Supreme Court means the North Carolina Supreme Court.