Territory definition

Territory means worldwide.
Territory means the entire world.
Territory means all countries of the world.

Examples of Territory in a sentence

  • Customer shall, at its own expense, comply with any and all laws pertaining to the distribution of the Products in the Territory and the performance of its obligations hereunder.

  • Where an Employee works in more than one Local Union Territory for a week or less, the Employer will forward the deductions to the Local Union in whose territory the Employee worked the greater percentage of hours.

  • This Agreement shall apply, of the one part, to the Territory in which the Treaty on the European Union and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union apply and under the conditions laid down in those Treaties, and, of the other part, to the territory of Ukraine within its internationally recognised borders.

  • The Laws of the State or Territory in which your Premises are located govern the Agreement.

  • In any Province or Territory which requires that the Representative establish a trust account, the Representative shall hold in trust all funds collected for the Insurer and immediately remit such funds to the Insurer without deduction.

More Definitions of Territory

Territory means the world.
Territory means with respect to each Contracting Party the land territory, internal waters, maritime and airspace under its sovereignty, including the exclusive economic zone and the continental shelf where the Contracting Party exercises, in conformity with international law, sovereign rights and jurisdiction.
Territory means the territory of each Contracting Party as well as the exclusive economic zone and the seabed and subsoil, over which the Contracting Party exercises, in accordance with international law, sovereign rights and jurisdiction for the purpose of exploration, exploitation and conservation of natural resources.
Territory means all the countries of the world.
Territory means:
Territory means the United States of America and its territories and possessions, including the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia.