Definition of Telecommunications Laws

  1. Telecommunications Laws means the Federal Telecommunications Laws and the State Telecommunications Laws.

Examples of Telecommunications Laws in a sentence

  1. Each member of the Group is in compliance in all respects with all Telecommunications Laws where non-compliance would or is reasonably likely to have a Material Adverse Effect.

Definition of Telecommunications Laws in Facility Agreement

Telecommunications Laws means (a) all laws and regulations which relate to telecommunications and/or the business of providing mobile telephone services and (b) all rules, guidelines, policies and regulations made thereunder, that are applicable to each of the Borrower and its Significant Subsidiaries and/or the business carried on by it.


Definition of Telecommunications Laws in Management Agreement

Telecommunications Laws means: (i) the Communications Act of 1934, as amended (47 U.S.C. Section 151 et seq.), the Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations applicable to the Rapid Link/Telenational Entities, any Subsidiary of Rapid Link; and (ii) the Telecommunications Laws, rules and regulations of the various states in which the Rapid Link/Telenational Entities or any Subsidiary of Rapid Link do business or which are otherwise applicable to the Core Business.


Definition of Telecommunications Laws in Asset Purchase Agreement

Telecommunications Laws means the Federal Telecommunications Laws and the State Telecommunications Laws.