Substantial action definition

Substantial action means adopting, publicizing, and implementing a formal plan to cease scrutinized business operations within 1 year and to refrain from any new business operations.
Substantial action means a boycott of the Government of Sudan, curtailing business in Sudan until that time described in Section I of this Policy, selling Company assets, equipment, or real and personal property located in Sudan, or undertaking significant humanitarian efforts in the eastern, southern, or western regions of Sudan.

Examples of Substantial action in a sentence

  • Substantial action" means adopting, publicizing, and implementing a formal plan to cease scrutinized business operations within 1 year and to refrain from any new business operations.


More Definitions of Substantial action

Substantial action means adopting, publicizing, and implementing a formal plan to cease
Substantial action means two players putting money in the pot, or three players acting by making a statement or physical gesture of intent to fold or put money in the pot by a bet, call, or raise. A player posting a blind or straddle is not considered to have taken action at that point. The term “substantial action” shall have no applicability to house banked poker games. (30-1002
Substantial action means adopting, publicizing, and implementing a formal plan to cease scrutinized business operations within one year and to refrain from any such new business operations. (b) Within 90 days after the effective date of this Section, a retirement system shall make its best efforts to identify all scrutinized companies in which the retirement system has direct or indirect holdings. These efforts shall include the following, as appropriate in the retirement system's judgment: (1) reviewing and relying on publicly available
Substantial action means adopting,
Substantial action means adopting, publicizing, and
Substantial action means adopting, publicizing, and implementing a formal plan to