Statement Period definition

Statement Period means the statement period specified in the Schedule.
Statement Period means the monthly or other periodic intervals indicated in the Statement of Account.
Statement Period. : shall mean the period the Bank issues Card Statement from the date after the statement date of the previous period to the end of statement date of the current period.

Examples of Statement Period in a sentence

  • Receipt by the Investor, to the extent not already filed publicly with the SEC, within each Statement Period between the date hereof and the Closing, the applicable Quarterly Statement.

More Definitions of Statement Period

Statement Period means the “statement period” determined by us and set out on the front of your Account statement.
Statement Period means the period as determined by the Bank in which all Cash Withdrawal, Retail Purchase, including any fees and/or charges of whatsoever nature incurred using the Debit Card including any payment made to credit to the Debit Card account and all other Transactions whatsoever as may be appropriate are recorded by the Bank and indicated in the Statement of Account.
Statement Period means the frequency in which invoicing and statements will be delivered and reflects the period in which the applicable Service(s) were delivered.
Statement Period means the “statement period” determined by us and set out on the front of your account statement. Unauthorized Use of your account or any Credit Device means use or access to your account by a person other than you or any authorized user on your account who does not have actual, implied or apparent authority for such use and from which neither you nor an authorized user receives any benefit. 10061866 11534_28 IN QCAA E4 0519
Statement Period means the period beginning on the date of a monthly Statement and ending on the date of the next monthly Statement.
Statement Period means the period to which a statement of account in relation to the Contract relates;
Statement Period means a period determined by ANZ not exceeding 40 days, commencing from the start of the