Super Majority definition

Super Majority has the meaning set forth in paragraph 5(b) of Annex I.
Super Majority has the meaning set forth in Section 2.6(a)(ii).
Super Majority has the meaning specified in Section 2.6(a)(ii).

Examples of Super Majority in a sentence

  • Any term or condition of this Deed may be waived at any time by the Party that is entitled to the benefit thereof, subject to the condition that Debenture Trustee for this purpose shall act with the consent of Super Majority or with the authority of the Super Majority Resolution, provided such term or condition can be waived.

  • Provided however that the prior consent of the Super Majority or the authority of the Super Majority Resolution shall have been obtained by the Debenture Trustee for any such waiver.

  • The Company shall within 15 (Fifteen) days of receipt of such decision approved by the consent of the Super Majority or with the authority of the Super Majority Resolution take all necessary steps to appoint the entity named in the resolution as the Successor Trustee and complete all necessary formalities to give effect to such appointment.

  • The Debenture Holder(s) may for sufficient cause but, after giving not less than 30 (Thirty) days’ notice in writing, remove the Debenture Trustee if so approved by the consent of the Super Majority or with the authority of the Super Majority Resolution and nominate an entity competent to act as the debenture trustee and require the Company to appoint such entity as the Successor Trustee.


More Definitions of Super Majority

Super Majority has the meaning set forth in Section 2.6(a)(ii). --------------
Super Majority has the meaning specified in Section 8.2.
Super Majority has the meaning set forth in Section 2.6(a)(ii) of this Declaration.
Super Majority has the meaning set forth in Section 2.6(a)(ii). "10% in liquidation amount of the Securities" means, except as provided in the terms of the Preferred Securities set forth in Annex I hereto or by the Trust Indenture Act, Holder(s) of outstanding Securities voting together as a single class or, as the context may require, Holders of outstanding Preferred Securities or Holders of outstanding Common Securities voting separately as a class, who are the record owners of 10% or more of the aggregate liquidation amount of all outstanding Securities of the relevant class.
Super Majority has the meaning set forth in Section 2.6(a) (ii).
Super Majority means two-thirds of the total votes that may be cast in the election of Directors by holders of all Outstanding Voting Shares.
Super Majority means a majority of at least three- fifths of the registered voters of a taxing district approving a proposition authorizing a levy, at which election the number of persons voting "yes" on the proposition constitutes three- fifths of a number equal to forty percent of the total votes cast in the taxing district in the last preceding general election; or by a majority of at least three-fifths of the registered voters of the taxing district voting on the proposition when the number of registered voters voting on the proposition exceeds forty percent of the total votes cast in the taxing district in the last preceding general election.