Significantly amended definition

Significantly amended means a change to an evaluation system that replaces an existing system or materially changes any required component of an existing system.

Examples of Significantly amended in a sentence

  • The contract value is unusually high for a party.(f) Significantly amended letters of credit without reasonable justification or changes to the beneficiary or location of payment.(g) The transaction involves the use of repeatedly amended or frequently extended L/C.(h) The documents show excessively amended terms.

  • Significantly amended letters of credits without reasonable justification or changes to the beneficiary or location of payment.

  • Significantly amended plans were drawn up prior to the VCAT hearing and it is these plans that VCAT agreed to substitute and then support.

  • However, this attribute in isolation would not necessarilydeem a transaction as high risk. Significantly amended letters of credit without reasonable justification or changes to the beneficiary or location of payment.

  • Significantly amended letters of credit without reasonable justification or changes to the beneficiary or location of payment.12.

  • Significantly amended plans have been provided seeking to address issues of view loss from adjoining properties.

  • The bill would require all meetings to provide the public with an opportunity to comment on proposed legislation in person and remotely via a telephonic or an internet-based service option, as provided.CALAFCO Position: WatchComments: Significantly amended on 4-15-21, and again on 5-4-21, the bill now only applies to cities or counties with a population of at least 250,000; state agencies and smaller local agencies are no longer affected.

Related to Significantly amended

  • materially shall, when used in this Agreement, be construed, measured or assessed on the basis of whether the matter would materially affect a party and its subsidiaries, taken as a whole; and

  • Business Critical means any function identified in any Statement of Work as Business Critical.

  • Impact means any effect caused by a proposed activity on the environment including human health and safety, flora, fauna, soil, air, water, climate, landscape and historical monuments or other physical structures or the interaction among these factors; it also includes effects on cultural heritage or socio-economic conditions resulting from alterations to those factors;

  • Certified historic structure means a building that is

  • Material support and resources means currency or monetary instruments or financial securities, financial services, lodging, training, expert advice or assistance, safehouses, false documentation or identification, communications equipment, facilities, weapons, lethal substances, explosives, personnel, transportation, and other physical assets, except medicine or religious materials.”

  • Unreasonable adverse effects on the environment means any unreasonable risk to humans or the environment, taking into account the economic, social, and environmental costs and benefits of the use of any pesticide.

  • Internal Controls for districts means processes designed and implemented by districts to provide reasonable assurance regarding the achievement of objectives in the following categories:

  • financial recovery plan means a plan prepared in terms of section 141 of the MFMA

  • Residual parental rights and responsibilities means all rights and responsibilities remaining with the

  • Total Evaluated CRIS MW means the Additional CRIS MW requested plus either (i) if the Installed Capacity Supplier previously received an exemption under Sections 23.4.5.7.2(b), 23.4.5.7.6(b), 23.4.5.7.7 or 23.4.5.7.8, all prior Additional CRIS MW since the facility was last exempted under Sections 23.4.5.7.2(b), 23.4.5.7.6(b), or 23.4.5.7.8, or (ii) for all other Installed Capacity Suppliers, all MW of Capacity for which an Examined Facility obtained CRIS pursuant to the provisions in ISO OATT Sections 25, 30, or 32 (OATT Attachments S, X, or Z). For purposes of Section 23.4.5 of this Attachment H, “UCAP Offer Reference Level” shall mean a dollar value equal to the projected clearing price for each ICAP Spot Market Auction determined by the ISO on the basis of the applicable ICAP Demand Curve and the total quantity of Unforced Capacity from all Installed Capacity Suppliers in a Mitigated Capacity Zone for the period covered by the applicable ICAP Spot Market Auction. For purposes of Section 23.4.5 of this Attachment H, “Unit Net CONE” shall mean localized levelized embedded costs of a specified Installed Capacity Supplier, including interconnection costs, and for an Installed Capacity Supplier located outside a Mitigated Capacity Zone including embedded costs of transmission service, in either case net of likely projected annual Energy and Ancillary Services revenues, and revenues associated with other energy products (such as energy services and renewable energy credits, as determined by the ISO, translated into a seasonally adjusted monthly UCAP value using an appropriate class outage rate. The Unit Net CONE of an Installed Capacity Supplier that has functions beyond the generation or transmission of power shall include only the embedded costs allocated to the production and transmission of power, and shall not net the revenues from functions other than the generation or transmission of power.

  • Restatement Agreement means the Restatement Agreement to the Existing Credit Agreement dated as of June 30, 2017 by and among each of the Loan Parties party thereto, the Administrative Agent and the Lenders party thereto.

  • Internal control over financial reporting means a process effected by an insurer’s board of directors, management and other personnel designed to provide reasonable assurance regarding the reliability of the financial statements, i.e., those items specified in Section 5(B)(2) through 5(B)(7) of this regulation and includes those policies and procedures that:

  • Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) means the lowest emission limit that a particular source is capable of meeting by the application of control technology that is reasonably available considering technological and economic feasibility. It may require technology that has been applied to similar, but not necessarily identical source categories.

  • Accounting Policies means the accounting policies, principles, practices and methodologies set forth in Exhibit A, which have been used in the preparation of the Financial Statements, the Balance Sheet and the Sample Closing Statement and will be used in the preparation of the Initial Closing Statement, Buyer Closing Statement and Final Closing Statement.

  • Restatement means the result of revising financial statements previously filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission to reflect the correction of an error. The term “intentional misconduct” shall be limited to conduct that the Compensation Committee determines indicates intent to mislead management, the Board, or the Company’s shareholders, but shall not include good faith errors in judgment made by the Executive. The Executive agrees that the Company may setoff any amounts it is entitled to recover under this Section against any amounts owed by the Company to the Executive under any of the Company’s deferred compensation plans to the extent permitted under Code Section 409A. The Executive further agrees that the terms of this Section shall survive the Executive’s termination of Service and any conversion of the Award into Shares. This Section 13 shall not apply, and no amounts may be recovered hereunder, following a Change in Control.

  • Structural Term Sheets shall have the respective meanings assigned to them in the February 13, 1995 letter of Cleary, Gottlieb, Xxxxx & Xxxxxxxx on behalf of the Public Securities Association (which letter, and the SEC staff's response thereto, were publicly available February 17, 1995). The term "Collateral Term Sheet" as used herein includes any subsequent Collateral Term Sheet that reflects a substantive change in the information presented. "Computational Materials" has the meaning assigned to it in the May 17, 1994 letter of Xxxxx & Wood on behalf of Xxxxxx, Xxxxxxx & Co., Inc. (which letter, and the SEC staff's response thereto, were publicly available May 20, 1994). "Series Term Sheet" has the meaning assigned to it in the April 4, 1996 letter of Xxxxxx & Xxxxxxx on behalf of Greenwood Trust Company (which letter, and the SEC staff's response thereto, were publicly available April 5, 1996).

  • Evaluation and treatment facility means any facility which can provide directly, or by direct arrangement with other public or private agencies, emergency evaluation and treatment, outpatient care, and timely and appropriate inpatient care to persons suffering from a mental disorder, and which is licensed or certified as such by the department. The authority may certify single beds as temporary evaluation and treatment beds under RCW 71.05.745. A physically separate and separately operated portion of a state hospital may be designated as an evaluation and treatment facility. A facility which is part of, or operated by, the department of social and health services or any federal agency will not require certification. No correctional institution or facility, or jail, shall be an evaluation and treatment facility within the meaning of this chapter;

  • freezing of economic resources means preventing the use of economic resources to obtain funds, goods or services in any way, including, but not limited to, by selling, hiring or mortgaging them;

  • Engineering controls means constructed containment barriers or systems that control one or more of the following: downward migration, infiltration, or seepage of surface runoff or rain; or natural leaching migration of contaminants through the subsurface over time. Examples include caps, engineered bottom barriers, immobilization processes, and vertical barriers.

  • Material Change means a material change in or relating to the Corporation for the purposes of Applicable Securities Laws or any of them, or where undefined under the Applicable Securities Laws of an Offering Jurisdiction means a change in or relating to the business, operations or capital of the Corporation and its subsidiaries taken as a whole that would reasonably be expected to have a significant effect on the market price or value of any securities of the Corporation and includes a decision to implement such a change made by the board of directors of the Corporation or by senior management who believe that confirmation of the decision by the board of directors of the Corporation is probable;

  • Existing development means development, other than that associated with agricultural or forest management activities, that meets one of the following criteria:

  • Operating Company Number (OCN means the numeric Company Code assigned by NECA identifying CLEC as a Resale or UNE provider.

  • Tax Compliance Agreement means the Federal Tax Certificate, Tax Compliance Agreement, Arbitrage Agreement, or other written certification or agreement of the Issuer setting out representations and covenants for satisfying the post-issuance tax compliance requirements for the Tax-Exempt Bonds.

  • Processes with Significant Environmental Aspects means the Equipment which, during regular operation or if not properly operated or maintained, may cause or are likely to cause an adverse effect.

  • Significant means in reference to a net emissions increase or the potential of a source to emit any of the following pollutants, a rate of emissions that would equal or exceed any of the following rates:

  • economic resources means assets of every kind, whether tangible or intangible, movable or immovable, which are not funds, but may be used to obtain funds, goods or services;