Threatened litigation definition

Threatened litigation as used herein shall include governmental investigations and civil investigative demands. “Litigation” as used herein shall include administrative enforcement actions brought by governmental agencies. The Contractor must also disclose any material litigation threatened or pending involving Subcontractors, consultants, and/or lobbyists. For purposes of this section, “material” refers, but is not limited, to any action or pending action that a reasonable person knowledgeable in the applicable industry would consider relevant to the Work under the Contract or any development such a person would want to be aware of in order to stay fully apprised of the total mix of information relevant to the Work, together with any litigation threatened or pending that may result in a substantial change in the Contractor’s financial condition.
Threatened litigation used herein shall have the same meaning as the term "overtly threatened" used in the American Bar Association Statement of Policy on Lawyer's Responses to Auditors' Requests for Information dated January 15, 1976. We have assumed the genuineness of all signatures, the authenticity of all documents submitted to us as originals, the legal capacity of all natural persons and the conformity with originals of all documents submitted to us as copies. To the extent the Company's obligations depend on the due authorization, execution and delivery of the Documents by the other parties to the Documents, we have assumed that the Documents have been so authorized, executed and delivered and that they constitute the legally valid and binding obligation of each such party enforceable against such party in accordance with its respective terms. We have further assumed the conformity of the Mortgage Loans and related documents to the requirements of the Documents. We have also assumed, without independent verification, that there are no agreements or understandings among the Company and any other party which would expand, modify or otherwise affect the terms of the documents described herein or the respective rights or obligations of the parties thereunder. On the basis of such examination, our reliance upon the assumptions contained herein and our consideration of those questions of law we considered relevant, and subject to the limitations and qualifications in this opinion, we are of the opinion that:
Threatened litigation as used herein shall include governmental investigations and civil investigative demands. “Litigation” as used herein shall include administrative enforcement actions brought by governmental agencies. The Contractor must also disclose any material litigation threatened or pending involving Subcontractors, consultants, and/or lobbyists. For purposes of this section, “material” refers, but is not limited, to any action or pending action that a reasonable person knowledgeable in the applicable industry would consider relevant to the Work under the Contract or any Health and Human Services Uniform Terms and Condition – Vendor V.3.0 – November 7, 2019 development such a person would want to be aware of in order to stay fully apprised of the total mix of information relevant to the Work, together with any litigation threatened or pending that may result in a substantial change in the Contractor’s financial condition.

Examples of Threatened litigation in a sentence

  • Threatened litigation pursuant to Government Code §54956.9(b) – One Case Supervisor Stocker left closed session at 1:00 p.m. and did not return.

  • Threatened litigation pursuant to Government Code §54956.9(b) – Three Cases D.

  • Threatened litigation pursuant to Government Code §54956.9(b) – One Claim (continued from April 8, 2003) C.

  • Conference with Legal Counsel regarding significant exposure to litigation pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2): Number of potential cases: 1 Case - Threatened litigation regarding 1st Reading of Ordinance No. 1332 at regular City Council Meeting of October 26, 2017.

  • Threatened litigation related to potential outsourcing contract for Library Services.


More Definitions of Threatened litigation

Threatened litigation used herein shall have the same meaning as the term "overtly threatened" used in the American Bar Association Statement of Policy on Lawyer's Responses to Auditor's Requests for Information dated January 15, 1976. We have assumed the genuineness of all signatures, the authenticity of all documents submitted to us as originals, the legal capacity of all natural persons and the conformity with originals of all documents submitted to us as copies. To the extent the Seller's obligations depend on the due authorization, execution and delivery of the Purchase Agreement by other parties to the Purchase Agreement, we have assumed that the Purchase Agreement has been so authorized, executed and delivered and that it constitutes the legally valid and binding obligation of each such party enforceable against such party in accordance with its terms. We have further assumed the conformity of the Mortgage Loans and related documents to the requirements of the Purchase Agreement.
Threatened litigation as used herein shall include governmental investigations and civil investigative demands. “Litigation” as used herein shall include administrative enforcement actions brought by governmental agencies. The Performing Agency must also disclose any material litigation threatened or pending DocuSign Envelope ID: 04A4AB70-D912-4526-B3FF-F3C2EA249FF3 involving subcontractors, consultants, and/or lobbyists. For purposes of this section, “material” refers, but is not limited, to any action or pending action that a reasonable person knowledgeable in the applicable industry would consider relevant to the Work under the Contract or any development such a person would want to be aware of in order to stay fully apprised of the total mix of information relevant to the Work, together with any litigation threatened or pending that may result in a substantial change in the Performing Agency’s financial condition.
Threatened litigation used herein shall have the same meaning as the term "overtly threatened" used in the American Bar Association Statement of Policy on Lawyer's Responses to Auditors' Requests for Information dated January 15, 1976. We have assumed the genuineness of all signatures, the authenticity of all documents submitted to me as originals, the legal capacity of all natural persons and the conformity with originals of all documents submitted to me as copies. To the extent the Seller's obligations depend on the due authorization, execution and delivery of other parties to the Documents, we have assumed that the Documents have been so authorized, executed and delivered and that such documents constitute the legally valid and binding obligation of each such party in accordance with their respective terms. We have further assumed the conformity of the Mortgage Loans and related documents to the requirements of the Documents. We have also assumed, without independent verification, that there are no agreements or understandings among the Seller, the Company or any other party which would expand, modify or otherwise affect the terms of the documents described herein or the respective rights or obligations of the parties thereunder. We have also assumed, without independent verification, that Seller's continues to be a licensed real estate broker under the California Business and Professions Code as confirmed by us by telephone conference on December 9, 1996 with the California Department of Real Estate. On the basis of such examination, our reliance upon the assumption contained herein, and our consideration of those questions of law considered relevant, and subject to the limitations and qualifications in this opinion, we are of the opinion that:
Threatened litigation as used herein shall include governmental investigations and civil investigative demands. “Litigation” as used herein shall include administrative enforcement actions brought by governmental agencies. The Performing Agency must also disclose any material litigation threatened or pending HHS Contract No: HHS001025400001 Page 44 of 48 involving subcontractors, consultants, and/or lobbyists. For purposes of this section, “material” refers, but is not limited, to any action or pending action that a reasonable person knowledgeable in the applicable industry would consider relevant to the Work under the Contract or any development such a person would want to be aware of in order to stay fully apprised of the total mix of information relevant to the Work, together with any litigation threatened or pending that may result in a substantial change in the Performing Agency’s financial condition.
Threatened litigation as used herein shall include governmental investigations and civil investigative demands. “Litigation” as used herein shall include administrative enforcement actions brought by governmental agencies. The Grantee must also disclose any material litigation threatened or pending involving Subcontractors, consultants, and/or lobbyists. For purposes of this section, “material” refers, but is not limited, to any action or pending action that a reasonable person knowledgeable in the applicable industry would consider relevant to the Work under the Grant Agreement or any development such a person would want to be aware of in order to stay fully apprised of the total mix of information relevant to the Work, together with Health and Human Services Commission Special Conditions Version: 1.2 9.1.17 Contents Article I. Special Definitions 3 Article II. Contractors Personnel and Subcontractors 3 2.01 Conduct and Removal 3
Threatened litigation means the Claims of Kyle Chappell as described in that certain correspondence, dated February 23, 2018, addressed to Mr. Benjamin Stephens.
Threatened litigation as used herein shall include governmental investigations and civil investigative demands. “Litigation” as used herein shall include administrative enforcement actions brought by governmental agencies. The Performing Agency must also disclose any material litigation threatened or pending involving subcontractors, consultants, and/or lobbyists. For purposes of this section, “material” refers, but is not limited, to any action or pending action that a reasonable person knowledgeable in the applicable industry would consider relevant to the Work under the Contract or any development such a person would want to be aware of in order to stay fully apprised of the total mix of information relevant to the Work, together with any litigation DocuSign Envelope ID: 1FB46F77-1DC8-4223-A9A6-3F5A62A63B2ABTTACHMENT B UT SYSTEM SUPPLEMENTAL CONDITIONS TO GOVERNMENTAL ENTITY UTCs The HHS Uniform Terms and Conditions - Governmental Entity are revised as follows: