Take into account definition

Take into account means that you review the different arguments brought forward in the consultation from the technical point of view, if necessary discuss them with the participants, evaluate them in a traceable way, and then let them become part of the considerations on the drafting of your policy, your plan, your programme, or your legal instrument.75
Take into account means taking notice of the Convention provision as interpreted by the EC[t]HR and applying it to the case, provided the application does not violate prior-ranking law, in particular constitutional law. … Here, it will always be important how taking account of the decision takes [place] in the [legal sub-]system … in question. On the level of federal law too, the Convention does not automatically have priority over other federal law, in particular if in this connection it has not already been the object of a decision of the EC[t]HR.110

Examples of Take into account in a sentence

Take into account the experience of model programs for the educationally disadvantaged, and the findings of relevant scientifically based research indicating that services may be most effective if focused on students in the earliest grades at schools that receive funds under this part.

Take into account that we impose additional security rules (such as the Uniform Security Rules for Private Individuals).

Take into account –  The general conditions of contract;  Any Treasury guidelines on bid documentation; and  The requirement of the Construction Industry Development Board, in the case of a bid relating to construction, Replacement or refurbishment of buildings or infrastructure.

Take into account the District’s goals for the Project and the general functions required.

Take into account Harris County, federal, state, and local laws, regulations, ordinances, and requirements that may affect costs, progress, performance, furnishing of the Work, or award.

Take into account –  The general conditions of contract;  Any Treasury guidelines on bid documentation; and  The requirement of the Construction Industry Development Board, in the case of a bid relating to construction, Replacement or refurbishment of buildings or infrastructure.

Take into account the particular concerns and needs of developing countries and cooperate in improving their endogenous capacities and capabilities to participate in the efforts referred to in subparagraphs (a) and (b) above.

Take into account that intentional misuse is not in itself an adequate reason to list a chemical in Annex III.

Take into account any proposed avoidance and/or mitigation measures.

Take into account the speed and accuracy of regulation resources in determining reserve requirements for Regulation Service.

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Specified Spread Account Balance means on any payment date, the product of (i) 2.15%, and(ii) the Pool Balance as of the cutoff date; provided, however, that in no event will the Specified Spread Account Balance exceed the aggregate of the outstanding amounts of the Series 2015-1 Notes as of the close of business on such payment date; and provided further, however, that if (A) the Specified Spread Account Reduction Trigger is met on the payment date in August, 2016 or on any payment date thereafter, the percentage in clause (i) above will be reduced to 2.00% on such payment date and will remain at such percentage for each payment date thereafter unless further reduced on the payment date as provided in the following clauses (B), (C) or (D); (B) the Specified Spread Account Reduction Trigger is met on the payment date in February, 2017 or on any payment date thereafter, the percentage in clause (i) of the preceding sentence will be reduced to 1.75% on such payment date (regardless of whether the Specified Spread Account Reduction Trigger was met on the payment date in August, 2016) and will remain at such percentage for each payment date thereafter unless further reduced on the payment date as provided in the following clauses (C) or (D); (C) the Specified Spread Account Reduction Trigger is met on the payment date in August, 2017 or on any payment date thereafter, the percentage in clause (i) above will be reduced to 1.50% on such payment date (regardless of whether the Specified Spread Account Reduction Trigger was met on the payment date in August, 2016 or February, 2017) and will remain at such percentage for each payment date thereafter unless further reduced on the payment date in February, 2018 as provided in the following clause (D); and/or (D) the Specified Spread Account Reduction Trigger is met on the payment date in February, 2018 or on any payment date thereafter, the percentage in clause
Distributable Income means, for any period, the net income of Boardwalk REIT and its applicable consolidated subsidiaries for such period set out in its consolidated financial statements as determined in accordance with GAAP, subject to certain adjustments, including: (a) adding back the following items: depreciation, amortization (except for amortization of deferred financing costs incurred after the Effective Date), future income tax expense, losses on dispositions of assets and amortization of any net discount on long-term debt assumed from vendors of properties at rates of interest less than fair value incurred after the Effective Date; and (b) deducting the following items: future income tax credits, interest on convertible debentures to the extent not already deducted in computing net income, gains on dispositions of assets and amortization of any net premium on long-term debt assumed from vendors of properties at rates of interest greater than fair value incurred after the Effective Date and any other adjustments determined by the Trustees in their discretion;
Specified Reserve Account Balance means, for any Distribution Date, the greater of:
Distributions means amounts payable in respect of the Trust Securities as provided in Section 4.1.
After-Tax Contributions means amounts withheld from an Employee's Compensation pursuant to a Salary Reduction Agreement after all applicable state and federal taxes have been deducted. Such amounts are withheld for purposes of purchasing one or more of the Benefit Package Options available under the Plan.
Available Income means, on each Distribution Date, an amount calculated for each of the Paired Holding Trusts as all funds on deposit in the applicable holding trust on that Distribution Date after that trust has (i) set aside an amount equal to the Fee Deduction Amount to pay fees and expenses, (ii) paid or received a payment from the other Paired Holding Trust under the income distribution agreement and (iii) acquired treasuries with an aggregate purchase price equal to the aggregate par amount of its shares as of that Distribution Date.If the Available Income of either Paired Holding Trust for any Calculation Period is a negative number, then the Available Income of that trust for the applicable Distribution Date will be equal to zero and that trust will not make any payments under the income distribution agreement or any Quarterly Distribution to its shareholders on that Distribution Date unless it was entitled to and received a portion of the other Paired Holding Trust's Available Income.
Catch-Up Contributions means Salary Reduction Contributions made to the Plan that are in excess of an otherwise applicable Plan limit and that are made by Participants who are Age 50 or over by the end of their taxable years. An “otherwise applicable Plan limit” is a limit in the Plan that applies to Salary Reduction Contributions without regard to Catch-up Contributions, such as the limits on Annual Additions, the dollar limitation on Salary Reduction Contributions under Code Section 402(g) (not counting Catch-up Contributions) and the limit imposed by the Actual Deferral Percentage (ADP) test under Code Section 401(k)(3). Catch-up Contributions for a Participant for a taxable year may not exceed the dollar limit on Catch-up Contributions under Code Section 414(v)(2)(B)(i) for the taxable year. The dollar limit on Catch-up Contributions under Code Section 414(v)(2)(B)(i) is $1,000 for taxable years beginning in 2002, increasing by $1,000 for each year thereafter up to $5,000 for taxable years beginning in 2006 and later years. After 2006, the $5,000 limit will be adjusted by the Secretary of the Treasury for cost-of-living increases under Code Section 414(v)(2)(C). Any such adjustments will be in multiples of $500.
Interest Reserve Account means that Interest Reserve Account maintained by the Master Servicer pursuant to Section 5.1(a), which account shall be an Eligible Account.
Class C Reserve Account Percentage means, for any Monthly Period, (i) 1.50%, if the Quarterly Excess Spread Percentage for such Monthly Period is greater than or equal to 4.50%, (ii) 2.50%, if the Quarterly Excess Spread Percentage for such Monthly Period is less than 4.50% and greater than or equal to 4.00%, (iii) 3.00%, if the Quarterly Excess Spread Percentage for such Monthly Period is less than 4.00% and greater than or equal to 3.50%, (iv) 4.00%, if the Quarterly Excess Spread Percentage for such Monthly Period is less than 3.50% and greater than or equal to 3.00%, (v) 5.50%, if the Quarterly Excess Spread Percentage for such Monthly Period is less than 3.00% and greater than or equal to 2.50%, (vi) 6.50%, if the Quarterly Excess Spread Percentage for such Monthly Period is less than 2.50% and greater than or equal to 2.00% and (vii) 7.00%, if the Quarterly Excess Spread Percentage for such Monthly Period is less than 2.00%.
Class Percentage means, with respect to any Class with respect to any Distribution Date or any Trust Distribution Date, as applicable:
Cash Available for Distribution means the Available Cash other than Net Sales Proceeds.
Available Balance means for any given day during a calendar year the aggregate amount of Federal Funds held in the Fund's custody account(s) at The Bank of New York, or its successors, as of the close of such day or, if such day is not a business day, the close of the preceding business day.
Loss Percentage means at any time the greater of (i) 10% and (ii) a percentage calculated in accordance with the following formula:
Interest Collections means, (i) with respect to any Loan Asset, all payments and collections attributable to interest on such Loan Asset, including, without limitation, all scheduled payments of interest and payments of interest relating to principal prepayments, all guaranty payments attributable to interest and proceeds of any liquidations, sales, dispositions or securitizations attributable to interest on such Loan Asset and (ii) amendment fees, late fees, waiver fees, prepayment fees or other amounts received in respect of Loan Assets.
Realized Losses means, with respect to any Receivable that becomes a Liquidated Receivable, the excess of the Principal Balance of such Liquidated Receivable over Net Liquidation Proceeds to the extent allocable to principal.
Cash Reserve means (i) at any time after the occurrence and during the continuation of a Level One Trigger, [*] of the aggregate Investment at such time and (ii) at any other time, an amount equal to 1% of the aggregate Investment at such time.
Distributable Profits means, for any fiscal year, the reported net profit (calculated in compliance with the regulations of the Bank of Spain) of the Guarantor, determined after tax and extraordinary items for such year, as derived from the non-consolidated audited profit and loss account of the Guarantor, irrespective of whether shareholders’ meeting approval is still pending, prepared in accordance with generally applicable accounting standards in Spain and Bank of Spain requirements and guidelines, each as in effect at the time of such preparation. In the event that on any Distribution payment date, the audit of the non-consolidated profit and loss account has not been completed, the reference to be used to calculate the Distributable Profits will be the balance of the unaudited non-consolidated profit and loss account of the Guarantor as reported in the financial statements delivered to the Bank of Spain in respect of December 31st of the preceding fiscal year.
Distributable Amount means the vested balance in the applicable Account as determined under Article 4.
Suspense Account means the account established by the Trustee for maintaining contributions and forfeitures which have not yet been allocated to Participants.
Replacement Reserve Account means the account established by Lender into which the Replacement Reserve Deposits are deposited to fund the Replacements.
Specified Reserve Fund Balance means, on the Closing Date $3,846,153.85, and with respect to any Payment Date 0.25% of the initial aggregate principal balance of the Receivables as of the Cutoff Date.
Distributable Cash Flow means the cash flow available for distribution to Shareholders as dividends as described under “Dividends”;
Interest Reserve Amount means, with respect to each Interest Reserve Mortgage Loan and Interest Reserve REO Mortgage Loan, for any Distribution Date that occurs during the calendar month of January (except in a leap year) or during the calendar month of February, an amount equal to one (1) day's interest accrued at the related Mortgage Rate (net of the related Additional Interest Rate, in the case of an ARD Trust Mortgage Loan or any successor REO Trust Mortgage Loan with respect thereto after the related Anticipated Repayment Date, and net of the related Outside Servicing Fee Rate (or, alternatively, if the related Outside Servicing Fee accrues on a 30/360 Basis, the Actual/360 Equivalent of the Related Outside Servicing Fee Rate), in the case of an Outside Serviced Trust Mortgage Loan or any successor REO Trust Mortgage Loan with respect thereto) on the related Stated Principal Balance as of the Due Date in the month in which such Distribution Date occurs (but prior to the application of any amounts due on such Due Date), to the extent that a Monthly Payment or an Assumed Monthly Payment, as applicable, is Received by the Trust in respect thereof for such Due Date as of the related Determination Date or a P&I Advance is made under this Agreement in respect thereof for such Due Date by such Distribution Date.
Realized Interest Loss means, with respect to each Mortgage Loan (including an REO Mortgage Loan), (i) in the case of a Liquidation Realized Loss, the portion of any Liquidation Realized Loss that exceeds the Realized Principal Loss on the related Mortgage Loan, (ii) in the case of a Bankruptcy Loss, the portion of such Realized Loss attributable to accrued interest on the related Mortgage Loan, (iii) in the case of an Expense Loss, an Expense Loss resulting in any period from the payment of the Special Servicing Fee and any Expense Losses treated as Realized Interest Losses pursuant to clause (iv) of the definition of “Realized Principal Loss” or (iv) in the case of a Modification Loss, a Modification Loss set forth in clause (iii) of the definition thereof.
Interest Collection Account means a segregated, non-interest bearing securities account (within the meaning of Section 8-501 of the UCC) number 172148-201, which is created and maintained on the books and records of the Securities Intermediary entitled “Interest Collection Account” in the name of the Borrower and subject to the prior Lien of the Collateral Agent for the benefit of the Secured Parties, which is established and maintained pursuant to Section 8.1(a).
Available Reserve Account Amount means, with respect to any Distribution Date, the lesser of (a) the amount on deposit in the Reserve Account on such date (before giving effect to any deposit to be made to the Reserve Account on such date) and (b) the Required Reserve Account Amount.