Security reasons definition

Security reasons means the protection of the person with mental illness from serious and immediate harm and the protection of others from threats or harassment as defined by rule of the authority. [1967 c.460 §4; 1973 c.838 §28; 1981 c.372 §3; 1983 c.486 §1; 1993 c.442 §16; 1995 c.141 §1; 2001 c.104 §152; 2007 c.56 §1; 2009 c.595 §424; 2009 c.756 §20; 2013 c.360 §59; 2019 c.19 §1]
Security reasons means the protection of the [mentally ill] person with mental illness from serious and immediate harm and the protection of others from threats or harassment as defined by rule of the authority.
Security reasons means the protection of the mentally ill person from serious and immediate harm and the protection of others from threats or harassment as defined by rule of the division. [1967 c.460 s.4; 1973 c.838 s.28; 1981 c.372 s.3; 1983 c.486 s.1; 1993 c.442 s.16; 1995 c.141 s.1]

Examples of Security reasons in a sentence

Security reasons limit the dollar amount of transactions and these limits are subject to change from time to time.

For Security reasons, candidates are instructed to keep changing the password and keep note of it in secured place.

Prohibition of smoking, fire precautions, search of person and vehicle, at time of entry and exit, may be conducted by Bhutan Police/Military/GREF authorities at the site at any time and for any number of times for Security reasons.

Prohibition of smoking, fire precautions, search of person and vehicle, at time of entry and exit, may be conducted by Military/GREF authorities at the site of delivery of Stores at any time and for any number of times for Security reasons.

Prohibition of smoking, fire precautions, search of person and vehicle, at time of entry and exit, may be conducted by Military/GREF authorities at the site at any time and for any number of times for Security reasons.

For Security reasons, Bank may change Bill Payment limits from time to time.

For Security reasons, there may be times when we impose other limitations on withdrawals.

Security reasons (e.g., the general security of the camp and guard force).

The State, for National Security reasons may acquire a license to an invention patent based on a decision issued by the Minister of Economy and Trade upon the request of the Minister of National Defense.

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More Definitions of Security reasons

Security reasons means the pro- tection of the mentally ill person from seri- ous and immediate harm and the protection of others from threats or harassment as de- fined by rule of the authority. [1967 c.460 §4; 1973 c.838 §28; 1981 c.372 §3; 1983 c.486 §1; 1993 c.442 §16; 1995 c.141 §1; 2001 c.104 §152; 2007 c.56 §1; 2009 c.595

Related to Security reasons

Good Reason Process means that (i) the Executive reasonably determines in good faith that a “Good Reason” condition has occurred; (ii) the Executive notifies the Company in writing of the first occurrence of the Good Reason condition within 60 days of the first occurrence of such condition; (iii) the Executive cooperates in good faith with the Company’s efforts, for a period not less than 30 days following such notice (the “Cure Period”), to remedy the condition; (iv) notwithstanding such efforts, the Good Reason condition continues to exist; and (v) the Executive terminates his employment within 60 days after the end of the Cure Period. If the Company cures the Good Reason condition during the Cure Period, Good Reason shall be deemed not to have occurred.
For Good Reason means (i) a material diminution in the Executive’s Base Salary or Target Annual Cash Bonus, (ii) a material diminution in Executive’s title, authority, duties and responsibilities as compared to Executive’s title, authority, duties and responsibilities measured immediately after the Effective Date, (iii) any requirement that the Executive report to anyone but (A) the Chief Executive Officer of the ultimate parent entity, or (B) if the Company becomes a subsidiary or a division of another entity, the most senior executive of such subsidiary or division, (iv) any material breach by the Company or related entities of this Agreement or the Executive’s other agreements with the Company or related entities, (v) the failure of any successor to all or substantially all of the Company’s business or assets to promptly assume and continue this Agreement, whether contractually or as a matter of law, within fifteen (15) days of the transaction which gives rise to the successor’s rights in this Agreement and (v) any requirement by the Company that Executive relocate his personal residence to any city more than 50 miles from Raleigh, North Carolina. The Company and Executive agree that Executive’s position will have certain expanded duties (the “Public Company Duties”) solely as a result of the Company’s IPO and subsequent status as a publicly traded company (e.g., investor relations, earnings calls, Board and Board committee administration, regulatory filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission). For the avoidance of doubt, the Company and Executive agree that Executive’s resignation under Section 3.2(b)(i) shall not be deemed “For Good Reason” solely as a result of the Company reducing or eliminating the Executive’s Public Company Duties, without changing Executive’s title, compensation and other authorities and duties, at any time before the second anniversary of the IPO as a result of Executive failing to adequately perform such Public Company Duties. Notwithstanding the foregoing, no event shall be a Good Reason event unless the Executive gives the Company written notice thereof within ninety (90) days of the first occurrence thereof, the Company does not cure such event within thirty (30) days of the giving of such notice and the Executive does not terminate employment prior to sixty (60) days after the end of the cure period.
Good Reason means:
Good Reason Event means (i) a material adverse change in the responsibilities or duties of Executive as set forth in this Agreement without Executive’s prior consent at a time when there are no circumstances pending that would permit the Board to terminate Executive for Cause, (ii) any reduction in the Salary or a material reduction in Executive’s benefits (other than (x) a reduction in Salary that is the result of an administrative or clerical error, and which is cured within 15 business days after the Company receives notice of such failure or (y) a reduction in Salary or benefits that are generally applicable to all members of the Company’s senior management) or (iii) a material breach by the Company of this Agreement that is not cured within 30 days following the Company’s receipt of written notice of such breach from Executive.
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Good Reason Termination means a termination of employment or service initiated by the Participant upon or after a Change of Control upon one or more of the following events:
Protection Period means the period commencing on the Change in Control Date and ending on the second anniversary thereof.
Protected Period means the period that begins on the date six months before a Change in Control and ends on the later of the first annual anniversary of the Change in Control or the expiration date of this Agreement.
Without Good Reason shall have the meaning set forth in Section 4.5 herein.
Co-occurring disorder (COD) means any combination of mental health symptoms and substance use disorder symptoms or diagnoses that affect a consumer and are typically determined by the current Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.
Window Period means the three (3) consecutive calendar month period prior to the Scheduled Maturity Date.
Involuntary Termination means (i) without the Employee's express written consent, the significant reduction of the Employee's duties or responsibilities relative to the Employee's duties or responsibilities in effect immediately prior to such reduction; provided, however, that a reduction in duties or responsibilities solely by virtue of the Company being acquired and made part of a larger entity (as, for example, when the Chief Financial Officer of Company remains as such following a Change of Control and is not made the Chief Financial Officer of the acquiring corporation) shall not constitute an "Involuntary Termination"; (ii) without the Employee's express written consent, a substantial reduction, without good business reasons, of the facilities and perquisites (including office space and location) available to the Employee immediately prior to such reduction; (iii) without the Employee's express written consent, a material reduction by the Company in the Base Compensation or Target Incentive of the Employee as in effect immediately prior to such reduction, or the ineligibility of the Employee to continue to participate in any long-term incentive plan of the Company; (iv) a material reduction by the Company in the kind or level of
Mental, Nervous or Psychological Disorder means a mental or nervous health condition including, but not limited to: anxiety, depression, neurosis, phobia, psychosis; or any related physical manifestation.
Cause Event means: (i) a final judgment by any court or governmental body of competent jurisdiction not stayed or vacated within thirty (30) days that the Manager, its agents or its assignees has committed a felony or a material violation of applicable securities laws that has a material adverse effect on the business of the Company and its subsidiaries, taken as a whole, or the ability of the Manager to perform its duties under the terms of this Agreement; (ii) an order for relief in an involuntary bankruptcy case relating to the Manager or the Manager authorizing or filing a voluntary bankruptcy petition; (iii) the dissolution of the Manager, or (iv) a determination that the Manager has (A) committed; fraud against the Company, (B) misappropriated or embezzled funds of the Company, or (C) acted, or failed to act, in a manner constituting bad faith, fraud, intentional misconduct, gross negligence or reckless disregard of the duties of the Manager under this Agreement; provided, however, that if any of the actions or omissions described in this clause (iv) are caused by an employee and/or officer of the Manager or one of its Affiliates and the Manager takes all necessary action against such Person and cures the damage caused by such actions or omissions within thirty (30) days of such determination, then such event shall not constitute a Cause Event.
Coverage Period means the period commencing on the date on which a Change in Control occurs and ending on the second anniversary date thereof.
Termination for Good Reason means a termination of Executive's employment by Executive within 90 days following (i) a reduction in Executive's annual Base Salary or opportunity under the 1999 Performance Incentive Plan below the levels contemplated by Sections 3(a) and (b), (ii) a material reduction in Executive's positions, duties, responsibilities or reporting lines from those described in Section 2 hereof; or (iii) a material breach of this Agreement by the Company. Notwithstanding the foregoing, a termination shall not be treated as a Termination for Good Reason (x) if Executive shall have consented in writing to the occurrence of the event giving rise to the claim of Termination for Good Reason or (y) unless Executive shall have delivered a written notice to the Company within 30 days of his having actual knowledge of the occurrence of one of the events specified in clause (i), (ii) or (iii) above stating that he intends to terminate his employment for Good Reason and specifying the factual basis for such termination, and such event, if capable of being cured, shall not have been cured within 30 days of the receipt of such notice or (z) if the opportunity under the Company's proposed 1999 Performance Incentive Plan is reduced by action of the Board of Directors of the Company. Following a "Change in Control," Executive shall not be deemed to have Good Reason under clause (ii) above so long as he continues to have substantially the responsibilities he had at the time of the Change in Control.
Wrongful Termination means termination of an employment relationship in a manner which is against the law and wrongful or in breach of an implied agreement to continue employment.
Terminating Event means any of the following events:
Good Cause means:
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Termination of Employment means the time when the employee-employer relationship between the Participant and the Company or any Subsidiary is terminated for any reason, with or without Cause, including, but not by way of limitation, a termination by resignation, discharge, death, disability or retirement; but excluding: (i) terminations where there is a simultaneous reemployment or continuing employment of the Participant by the Company or any Subsidiary, and (ii) terminations where there is a simultaneous establishment of a consulting relationship or continuing consulting relationship between the Participant and the Company or any Subsidiary. The Administrator, in its absolute discretion, shall determine the effect of all matters and questions relating to Termination of Employment, including, but not by way of limitation, the question of whether a particular leave of absence constitutes a Termination of Employment; provided, however, that, if this Option is an Incentive Stock Option, unless otherwise determined by the Administrator in its discretion, a leave of absence, change in status from an employee to an independent contractor or other change in the employee-employer relationship shall constitute a Termination of Employment if, and to the extent that, such leave of absence, change in status or other change interrupts employment for the purposes of Section 422(a)(2) of the Code and the then applicable regulations and revenue rulings under said Section.
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Serious Misconduct means any misconduct identified as a ground for termination in the Motorola Code of Business Conduct, or the human resources policies, or other written policies or procedures.
Constructive Discharge means termination of the Executive's employment by the Executive due to a failure of the Company to fulfill its obligations under this Agreement in any material respect including any reduction of the Executive's Base Salary or other compensation other than reductions applicable to all employees of the Company or failure to appoint or reappoint the Executive to the position specified in Section II hereof, or other material change by the Company in the functions, duties or responsibilities of the position which would reduce the ranking or level, responsibility, importance or scope of the position. The Executive will provide the Company a written notice which describes the circumstances being relied on for the termination with respect to the Agreement within ninety (90) days after the event giving rise to the notice. The Company will have thirty (30) days to remedy the situation prior to the Termination for Constructive Dismissal.
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