Definition of the 1985 Act


the 1985 Act means the Companies Act 1985(1);


the 1985 Act means the Companies Act 1985;

the 1985 Act means the Housing Act 1985(1);

Examples of the 1985 Act in a sentence

The conservation plan will be devel- oped and managed in accordance with the 1985 Act, 7 CFR part 12 or subse- quent regulations, and other require- ments as determined by the State Con- servationist.
Refusal to sell a dwellinghouse as defined in section 5(4AA) of the 1985 Act or a family home as defined in section 40(4) of the 1985 Act is not treated as failure to meet a debtor’s obligations.
Where the Licensee for the time being is or includes a body corporate, the Licensee shall deliver to the Authority, within the time and in the form required by Section 242 of the 1985 Act for the delivery to the Registrar of Companies of accounts and reports, a copy of those accounts and reports of that Licensee or that body corporate.
Eligible pro- ducers may adjust base acres only when the Conservation Reserve Pro- gram contract entered into under sec- tion 1231 of the 1985 Act expires or is voluntarily terminated on or after May 13, 2002.
Herne / Inside Information not provide any civil remedy for victims of insider trading, and breach of the 1985 Act does not of itself render a transaction void [19].



More definitions of the 1985 Act

the 1985 Act means the Local Government Act 1985;


the 1985 Act means the Housing Act 1985(1)

the 1985 Act means the Transport Act 1985(3);

the 1985 Act means the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985;

the 1985 Act means the Transport Act 1985;

the 1985 Act means the Food and Environment Protection Act 1985(1985 c.48 s. 24);

the 1985 Act means the Housing Act 1985;