Subsequent Party definition

Subsequent Party means, with respect to any Subsequent Phase, any Party, NextEra Affiliate, or other valid successor or assignee thereof that owns or plans to develop such Subsequent Phase.
Subsequent Party means, with respect to any Subsequent Phase, any party, its Affiliate or other valid successor or assignee that owns a Subsequent Phase.
Subsequent Party means, (i) in relation to the 2007 Trustee: the 2008 Trustee, the 2009 Trustee and the 2010 Security Trustee; (ii) in relation to the 2008 Trustee: the 2009 Trustee and the 2010 Security Trustee and (ii) in relation to the 2009 Trustee: the 2010 Security Trustee.

Examples of Subsequent Party in a sentence

  • For the purposes of determining whether another Customer or Subsequent Party uses (or will use) a modification of Rail Infrastructure within the meaning of this Subclause 6.5.2, the Customer or Subsequent Party will be deemed not to do so unless the particular characteristics of the Customer or Subsequent Party’s Train Service would also have resulted in the modification being required to be made in order for Access to be provided to the Customer or Subsequent Party.

  • For the purposes of determining for this Clause 6.5.2 whether another Customer or a Subsequent Party uses (or will use) an Infrastructure Enhancement, the Customer or Subsequent Party is deemed not to do so unless the particular characteristics of the Train Service for the Customer or the Subsequent Party’s Train Service would also have resulted in the Infrastructure Enhancement being required for Access to be provided in relation to the Customer or to the Subsequent Party.

  • The Subsequent Party warrants to Maker that she is entitled to obtain payment.

  • Each Party and Subsequent Party delegates to its respective Board Member the express authority to act on behalf of that Party or Subsequent Party in accordance with the provisions of this Section 8.

  • If the reason she isn’t entitled to payment is because Payee’s signature was forged by Thief, then Maker can go after Thief: the UCC says that “the person obtaining payment [Subsequent Party] and a prior transferor [Thief] warrant to the person making payment in good faith [Maker] that the warrantor [Subsequent Party] is entitled to enforce the instrument.”Uniform Commercial Code, Section 3-417(d).

  • Any Subsequent Party Application shall include a copy of a resolution duly adopted by the corporate authorities of the applying entity expressing that entity’s desire and intent to become a Subsequent Party and approving the same, subject to the approval of the JETSB.

  • Each Subsequent Party shall rescind its ordinance or ordinances creating its individual emergency telephone system board, and shall eliminate such emergency telephone system board, upon becoming a Subsequent Party.

  • Any municipality or county wishing to become a Subsequent Party may make application for such status (each, a “Subsequent Party Application”) to the JETSB.

  • Any Party or Subsequent Party that terminates its status and withdraws from the Board, shall, after the effective date of the withdrawal, receive a final distribution from the Fund in proportion to its remaining balance of funds in the Fund.

  • As a condition to becoming a Subsequent Party, each Subsequent Party must enter into an agreement pursuant to which Glenview shall provide dispatch services to that Subsequent Party, similar in form and scope to the Dispatch Service Agreements.


More Definitions of Subsequent Party

Subsequent Party means any party except the first party.
Subsequent Party means any party except the first party.67. Who is to be the first party
Subsequent Party means and refers to any public agencyPublic Agency that becomes a general memberGeneral Member of COMPASS which is not an initial partyInitial Party.
Subsequent Party means, (i) in relation to the 2005 Trustee: EBRD, the 2007 Trustee and the 2008 Trustee (ii) in relation to EBRD: the 2007 Trustee and the 2008 Trustee; and (iii) in relation to the 2007 Trustee: the 2008 Trustee.
Subsequent Party means, (i) in relation to the 2007 Trustee: the 2008 Trustee and the 2009 Trustee; and (ii) in relation to the 2008 Trustee: the 2009 Trustee. “USD” or “$” means the lawful currency of the United States of America.
Subsequent Party means and refers to any public agency that becomes a general member of COMPASS which is not an initial party.

Related to Subsequent Party

  • Innocent Party means, in relation to a breach of an obligation under this contract, the party who is not in breach of that obligation; "Insolvency Event", in relation to either of the parties, has occurred where:

  • Applicable Party means (1) all corporate officers of the Disclosing Party, if the Disclosing Party is a corporation; all partners of the Disclosing Party, if the Disclosing Party is a general partnership; all general partners and limited partners of the Disclosing Party, if the Disclosing Party is a limited partnership; all managers, managing members and members of the Disclosing Party, if the Disclosing Party is a limited liability company; (2) all principal officers of the Disclosing Party; and (3) any person having more than a 7.5 percent ownership interest in the Disclosing Party. "Principal officers" means the president, chief operating officer, executive director, chief financial officer, treasurer or secretary of a legal entity or any person exercising similar authority.

  • Co-licensed partner means a person who, with at least one other person, has the right to engage in

  • Selling Party has the meaning set forth in the definition of “Net Sales.”

  • Insolvent Party has the meaning set forth in Section 12.12.

  • Permitted Transaction means any transaction involving (i) a Swap that is not a Required Transaction or (ii) a Required Transaction that is a component of a Covered Package Transaction.

  • Recipient Party has the meaning set forth in Section 14.3(a).

  • Independent Party means, with respect to a BDC Downstream Fund, (i) if the BDC Downstream Fund has a board of directors (or the equivalent), the board or (ii) if the BDC Downstream Fund does not have a board of directors (or the equivalent), a transaction committee or advisory committee of the BDC Downstream Fund.

  • Restricted Transaction means any of the following transactions or transmit- tals involving any credit, funds, instru- ment, or proceeds that the Act pro- hibits any person engaged in the busi- ness of betting or wagering (which does not include the activities of a financial transaction provider, or any inter- active computer service or tele- communications service) from know- ingly accepting, in connection with the participation of another person in un- lawful Internet gambling—

  • Restricted Party As defined in the definition of “Privileged Information Exception” in this Agreement.

  • representative of a Party means an employee or any person appointed by a government department or agency or any other public entity of a Party who represents the Party for the purposes of a dispute under this Agreement.

  • Initiating Party means a party who gives notice under section 2 of this Schedule;

  • BRRD Party means any Underwriter subject to Bail-in Powers.

  • FOIA Party means a Person that, in the reasonable determination of the Board of Directors, may be subject to, and thereby required to disclose non-public information furnished by or relating to the Company under, the Freedom of Information Act, 5 U.S.C. 552 (“FOIA”), any state public records access law, any state or other jurisdiction’s laws similar in intent or effect to FOIA, or any other similar statutory or regulatory requirement.

  • Respondent Party has the meaning set forth in Section 7.6(b).

  • Licensed person means an individual who is licensed or otherwise legally authorized to practice a professional service by a court, department, board, commission, or agency of this state or another jurisdiction. The term includes an entity if either of the following is met:

  • requested Party means the Contracting Party requested to provide information; n) the term “information gathering measures” means laws and administrative or judicial procedures that enable a Contracting Party to obtain and provide the requested information;

  • Permitted Transactions means issuances (i) as consideration for or to fund the acquisition of businesses and/or related assets, (ii) in connection with employee benefit plans and compensation related arrangements in the ordinary course and consistent with past practice approved by the Board of Directors, (iii) in connection with a public or broadly marketed offering and sale of Common Stock or convertible securities for cash conducted by the Company or its affiliates pursuant to registration under the Securities Act or Rule 144A thereunder on a basis consistent with capital raising transactions by comparable financial institutions and (iv) in connection with the exercise of preemptive rights on terms existing as of the Issue Date. Any adjustment made pursuant to this Section 13(B) shall become effective immediately upon the date of such issuance.

  • Restricted Group Collectively, the following persons and entities: the Trustee; the Underwriters; the Depositor; the Master Servicer; the Special Servicer; any Sub-Servicers; the Sponsors; each Mortgagor, if any, with respect to Mortgage Loans constituting more than 5% of the total unamortized principal balance of all the Mortgage Loans in the Trust Fund as of the Closing Date; and any and all Affiliates of any of the aforementioned Persons.

  • Proposing Party has the meaning set forth in Section 5.2.2.4(a).

  • Transaction Party means the Company and each Guarantor, collectively, “Transaction Parties”.

  • of a Party means any corporation or other business entity controlled by, controlling or under common control with, such Party. For this purpose "control" shall mean direct or indirect beneficial ownership of more than fifty percent (50%) of the voting securities or income interest in such corporation or other business, or if not meeting the preceding requirements, any company owned or controlled by or owning or controlling such Party at the maximum control or ownership right permitted in the country where such company exists.

  • Affiliated Party means, with respect to any Purchaser, any person or entity which, directly or indirectly, controls, is controlled by or is under common control with such Purchaser, including, without limitation, any general partner, officer or director of such Purchaser and any venture capital fund now or hereafter existing which is controlled by one or more general partners of, or shares the same management company as, such Purchaser.

  • Independent Third Party means any Person who, immediately prior to a contemplated transaction, does not own in excess of 5% of the Company’s Common Units on a fully-diluted basis (a “5% Owner”), who is not controlling, controlled by or under common control with any such 5% Owner and who is not the spouse or descendant (by birth or adoption) of any such 5% Owner or a trust for the benefit of such 5% Owner and/or such other Persons.