Tender means the Contractor's tender for the Contract, including for the avoidance of doubt the submissions on technical resources and technical proposals made by the Contractor in accordance with [paragraph / section of the Employer's Requirements / Clause of the General / Special Conditions of Tender (a copy of which is at Appendix ___ to these Conditions)+]* as part of the Contractor's Proposals.
Tender means any bidding process in which holders of Public Performing Indebtedness are invited to present competing offers for the sale to the Republic of any Public Performing Indebtedness they hold.
The Fund has filed an Issuer Tender Offer Statement on Schedule TO with the Securities and Exchange Commission, which includes certain information relating to this Offer.
The Fund has filed an Issuer Tender Offer Statement on Schedule TO with the SEC, which includes certain information relating to the Offer.
Tender offers represent a particular concern in the law of insider trading for two reasons.
Tender offers represent a particular concern in the law of insider trading for two reasons: First, tender offer activity often produces extraordinary gyrations in the price of the target company's securities.
In addition to the remedies provided herein, the Corporation may seek injunctive relief, including, without limitation, a temporary or permanent restraining order, in connection with any Non-Compliant Tender Offer.
More definitions of Tender
Tender means all documents lodged by the Tenderer in response to the RFT.