Territories definition

Territories means territories, including territorial waters;
Territories means those countries, territories, protectorates or other geographical areas set forth in Schedule B attached hereto and made a part hereof.

Examples of Territories in a sentence

  • New to them because, Mr. Speaker, when you talk with parents and grandparents of the Inuvialuit and the groups in the northern part of the Northwest Territories, some of these practices are foreign to them.

  • No action is required by the States or Territories and no change to the existing roles of the Commonwealth, or the States or Territories in tax matters will arise as a consequence of implementing the Second Protocol and the Exchange of Letters.

  • We have treaties that have been in place for over 100 years in the Territories.

  • Mr. Speaker, today I rise to speak on an issue that is important to many residents ofFebruary 21, 2002 NORTHWEST TERRITORIES HANSARD Page 53 the Northwest Territories.

  • Foreign Services - services provided outside the U.S. and U.S. Territories.

More Definitions of Territories

Territories means the U.S. Territory and the International Territory.
Territories means any state in which any loans or leases originated or acquired by the Company originated (determined by the location of the dealers from whom the loans or leases were purchased or, in the case of loans or leases originated by the Company, where the borrower or lessee resides).
Territories means American Samoa, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Territories means those territories listed in Schedule 1.1(fff) where MFI holds a licence to distribute the Products;
Territories means the territories in which Bottler is authorized to distribute products of TCCC in accordance with Bottler’s Comprehensive Beverage Agreement with TCCC.