Such Right definition

Such Right has the meaning as specified in Article 12.6 hereof.
Such Right has the meaning in Article 12.5.
Such Right has the meaning as specified in Article 11.5 hereof.

Examples of Such Right in a sentence

Such Right of First Refusal shall be accepted or waived by the Representative, in writing, within thirty (30) days after the date the Company provides written notice to the Representative of a proposed Subject Transaction.

Such Right of First Refusal shall terminate as to all Shares upon the first to occur of (i) the Public Trading Date or (ii) a merger or sale of the Company with a publicly traded company as described in Section 14(c).

Such Right of Oversubscription may be exercised by an Investor or a Canadian Investor (each, an "Oversubscribing Investor") by accepting the Offer as to more than its Equity Percentage of the Offered Securities.

Such Right of Way Consultant must have, at a minimum, significant experience in the acquisition of real property under the Uniform Act, and have significant experience in acquisition of projects under a design-build contract.

Such Right to Cancel shall be executed only if the Property Owner determines to cancel the Assessment.

Such Right of First Refusal shall terminate on the initial registration of the Common Stock under Section 12(b) or 12(g) of the Exchange Act.

All points of order or procedure for which rules have not been provided in this by-law will be decided by the Chair in accordance, as far as is reasonably practicable, with the rules of parliamentary law as contained in Robert's Rules of Order.

Such Right of First Refusal shall be exercised by delivery to the Purchaser by the Company or its designee, of a written election to exercise such Right of First Refusal, specifying the number of Shares to be purchased by the Company or its designee (as the case may be).

Such Right of First Refusal Space can be added to the original Premises provided such expansion occurs within the initial twelve (12) months of the Lease on the same terms and conditions as the initial Lease except for a pro-rata reduction in the Tenant Improvement Allowance and Tenant will begin paying the same rate per square foot rental at time of expansion.

All shares of Company Stock distributed by the Trustee(s), except those that are publicly traded, shall be subject to a "Right of First Refusal." Such Right of First Refusal shall provide that, prior to any subsequent transfer, the shares must first be offered by written offer to the Company and Trust in any order of priority.

Related to Such Right

Firm Right has the meaning ascribed to it in Part D of the Network Code;
Patent Right means: (a) an issued or granted patent, including any extension, supplemental protection certificate, registration, confirmation, reissue, reexamination, extension or renewal thereof; (b) a pending patent application, including any continuation, divisional, continuation-in-part, substitute or provisional application thereof; and (c) all counterparts or foreign equivalents of any of the foregoing issued by or filed in any country or other jurisdiction.
Approved school means a school accredited in one of the medical imaging modalities or subspecialties by a national post-secondary accreditation body and whose graduates are qualified to sit for a credentialing examination recognized by the board in the graduate’s medical imaging modality or subspecialty.
First Refusal Right means the right granted to the Corporation in accordance with Article E.
License holder means an individual, corporation, partnership, governmental unit, association or any other entity to whom a license was issued under Iowa Code chapter 137C, 137D or 137F.
Board of regents or “board” means the board of regents of the University of Wisconsin System.
Transferring Party has the meaning given such term in Section 5.2(b).
Third Party Intellectual Property means any intellectual property owned by parties other than Agency or Contractor.
Option Right means the right to purchase Common Shares upon exercise of an option granted pursuant to Section 4 or Section 9 of this Plan.
Technology Rights means BOARD's rights in any technical information, know-how, processes, procedures, compositions, devices, methods, formulae, protocols, techniques, software, designs, drawings or data created by the inventor(s) listed in Exhibit I at UTMDACC before the EFFECTIVE DATE, which are not claimed in PATENT RIGHTS but that are necessary for practicing PATENT RIGHTS.
Third Party The term “Third Party” means an entity that is not the provider or LEA. E XHIBIT “D” DIRECTIVE FOR DISPOSITION OF DATA [Name or District or LEA] directs [Name of Company] to dispose of data obtained by Company pursuant to the terms of the DPA between LEA and Provider. The terms of the Disposition are set forth below:
Moral Rights means any right to claim authorship of an Invention, to object to or prevent the modification of any Invention, or to withdraw from circulation or control the publication or distribution of any Invention, and any similar right, existing under judicial or statutory law of any country or under any treaty, regardless of whether such right is denominated or generally referred to as a “moral right.”
Third Party Intellectual Property Rights means all Intellectual Property Rights of any person which is not a member of, or a related party to, a member of the Proponent Team.
Third Party Infringement has the meaning set forth in Section 11.4.
Optionor means the person who executed the Option as the grantor.
Put Right has the meaning set forth in Section 8.05(a).
Arena means an enclosed building:
Secondary Refusal Right means the right, but not an obligation, of each Investor to purchase up to its pro rata portion (based upon the total number of shares of Capital Stock then held by all Investors) of any Transfer Stock not purchased pursuant to the Right of First Refusal, on the terms and conditions specified in the Proposed Transfer Notice.
the Licensee means the person or persons to whom this licence is granted, his personal representatives and any person or persons to whom the rights conferred by this licence may lawfully have been assigned;
Intellectual Property Right means any intellectual property right recognized by the law, including any intellectual property right protected through legislation (such as that governing patents, copyright, industrial design, integrated circuit topography, or plant breeders' rights) or arising from protection of information as a trade secret or as confidential information;
Third Party Notice means a commission-approved notice containing, at a minimum, the following information:
Third Party IPR means any Intellectual Property Rights not belonging to either party to this Agreement but used by the Supplier in the creation of the Deliverables and/or in the course of or in connection with the Project. In this Agreement: any headings in this Agreement shall not affect the interpretation of this Agreement; a reference to a statute or statutory provision is (unless otherwise stated) a reference to the applicable UK statute as it is in force for the time being, taking account of any amendment, extension, or re-enactment and includes any subordinate legislation for the time being in force made under it; where the words “include(s)” or “including” are used in this Agreement, they are deemed to have the words “without limitation” following them, and are illustrative and shall not limit the sense of the words preceding them; without prejudice to clause 1.2.5, except where the context requires otherwise, references to: services being provided to, or other activities being provided for, the British Council; any benefits, warranties, indemnities, rights and/or licences granted or provided to the British Council; and the business, operations, customers, assets, Intellectual Property Rights, agreements or other property of the British Council, shall be deemed to be references to such services, activities, benefits, warranties, indemnities, rights and/or licences being provided to, or property belonging to, each of the British Council and the British Council Entities and this Agreement is intended to be enforceable by each of the British Council Entities; and obligations of the British Council shall not be interpreted as obligations of any of the British Council Entities.
College or university means any regionally accred- ited baccalaureate degree granting Washington institution of higher learning or cooperative group of such institutions which has or develops programs of preparation in education which are submitted to the professional educator standards board for approval.
Third Party Infringement Claim has the meaning set forth in Section 9.4.
licensing body means any body that licenses or regulates any profession;
Licensee means a person licensed under this chapter.