the Order definition

the Order means the Food Safety (Northern Ireland) Order 1991;

Examples of the Order in a sentence

  • The Order was made on 5 November 2002 and is still within the period for the receipt of objections.

  • The Order was entered on August 1, 2008, and a Judgment was entered in the amount of $78,598.06, the amount of the Surplus Monies, on August 18, 2008.fraudulent conveyance of the Surplus Monies, and granted judgment against her because she had not provided any consideration for her receipt of the funds.8 The only issue remaining before the Court is the liability of Defendants Hurtado and Focarile for their roles in the fraudulent conveyance of the Surplus Monies.

  • The Order dated 09.08.2016 is based on time slots of 1 hour instead of 15 minute time block and thus the Commission did not have actual picture while deciding the Petition No. 28 of 2016.

  • The Order required Creditguard of America to timely file all future annual reports.Creditguard of America did not file its 2020 annual report with the Commissioner by January 31, 2021.

  • The Order was made on 1 October 2002 and is still within the period for the receipt of objections.


More Definitions of the Order

the Order means the written order placed by the Customer with the Company for the provision of the Goods and/or Services (whether based on a Quotation or not). “the Quotation” means the written quotation or tender submitted by the Company as an invitation to treat. “the Customer” means the person specified on the Quotation or whose Order is accepted by the Company.
the Order means the Air Navigation Order 2016 (as amended) and any reference to an Article or Part of that Order shall, if that Order be amended or revoked, be taken to be a reference to the corresponding provisions of the Air Navigation Order for the time being in force;
the Order means the Buyer’s purchase order to which these Conditions are annexed;
the Order means The Halton, Knowsley, Liverpool, St. Helens, Sefton and Wirral Combined Authority Order 2014;
the Order means the Hornsea Two Offshore Wind Farm Order 201[X];