Significant Assets definition

Significant Assets means one or more assets or businesses which, when purchased, optioned or otherwise acquired by the CPC, together with any other concurrent transactions, would result in the CPC meeting the initial listing requirements of the Exchange.
Significant Assets means that the current replacement value of the major reserve components is seventy-five percent or more of the gross budget of the association, excluding the association's reserve account funds.
Significant Assets means (i) all or substantially all of the assets and/or business or outstanding voting securities, of the Company (ii) all or substantially all of Northwest's routes between the United States and Japan.

Examples of Significant Assets in a sentence

  • Notwithstanding that a successor to Significant Assets becomes bound to this Agreement, the Company shall continue to be liable for the obligations hereunder as a guarantor.

  • In any agreement providing for succession to Significant Assets, the Company shall cause each and every successor expressly and unconditionally to assume and agree to perform the Company's obligations under this Agreement.

  • Accounting Principles (1) Basis and Method of Valuation of Significant Assets ① Securities Held-to-maturity debt securities Stated at cost amortized on a straight-line basis.

  • Generally, a Reverse Takeover transaction involves an issuer issuing securities from its treasury to purchase another entity or Significant Assets, where the owners of the other entity or assets acquire control of the issuer.

  • The second stage of the CPC program is triggered when there is an Agreement in Principle to acquire the Significant Assets that form the basis of the CPC’s Qualifying Transaction.


More Definitions of Significant Assets

Significant Assets means oil and natural gas reserves with an aggregate fair market value of $25 million or more. “Restricted Area” means a one-mile radius of any oil and natural gas reserves held by Matador as of the end of Employee’s employment, plus any county or parish where Matador, together with its subsidiaries, has Significant Assets as of the end of Employee’s employment.
Significant Assets means that the current total cost of
Significant Assets means assets having a value of more than 25% of the total consolidated assets of the Corporation and its subsidiaries.
Significant Assets means that the current replacement value
Significant Assets has the meaning defined in the CPC Policy.
Significant Assets means that the current replacement
Significant Assets means one or more assets or businesses which, when purchased, optioned or otherwise acquired by the CPC, together with any other concurrent transactions, would result in the CPC meeting the Initial Listing Requirements. See Exchange Policy 2.1 Initial Listing Requirements.