To restrict definition

To restrict means, according to the drafters, to "keep output below the level which [would have been] allowed in the absence of restrictions". The drafters rejected the proposal that regulation of production, through price stabilization programmes, also be an accepted criterion (EPCT/A/PV/19). They agreed that subsidies were not "necessarily inconsistent with restrictions on production and that in some cases they might be necessary features of a governmental programme for restricting production" (Havana Reports, p. 90). According to the note to Article XI the proportion between imports and domestic production is to be determined by taking into account "special factors" that may have affected or may be affecting the trade in the product concerned. The note specifically excludes from the definition of the term "special factors" changes "artificially brought about by means not permitted under the [General] Agreement", but not changes artificially brought by legal means such as production subsidies or tariff protection granted within the bounds of Article II. It is thus clear that the production restrictions applied under Article XI:2(c)(i) may in principle coexist with production subsidies. This means that it is not necessary to restrict the level of production below the level that would exist in the absence of all government support. It also means that production which exists only because of production subsidies may be effectively restricted by imposing quantitative limits on the availability of subsidies. Other than requiring a governmental measure, Article XI:2(c)(i) does not specify how the production restriction is to be imposed.

Examples of To restrict in a sentence

  • To restrict land use and development activities that reduce natural ground water recharge volumes in PGWRAs or that may contribute to or result in degradation of ground water quality, whether directly or indirectly.

  • To restrict development activities that pose threats to the water quality of public water supply wells.

  • To restrict or increase the quantity and nature of work to suit site requirement since the tender specification is based on preliminary documents and quantities furnished therein are indicative and approximate and the rates quoted shall not be subject to revision.

  • To restrict the processing of your Data in certain circumstances.

  • Reason: To restrict the use of the extension in the interest of residential amenity.

  • To restrict and prohibit the practice of sharing of UPSI, with the un-authorized person, which originates from within the company and which affects the market price of the Company as well as loss of reputation and investors’ / financers’ confidence in the company.

  • To restrict modifications to Riparian Areas in Existing Community and Conservation Zones, other than those addressed by Objective 8, above, that would alter or be detrimental to the water quality and habitat value of a Riparian Area.

  • To restrict the flow of investment information related to the UAM Portfolios, the access persons at a Management Company are prohibited from disclosing pending "buy" or "sell" orders for a UAM Portfolio to any employees of any other Management Company until the order is executed or withdrawn.

  • To restrict or increase the quantity and nature of work to suit site requirements, since the tender specification is based on preliminary documents and quantities furnished therein are indicative and approximate and the rates quoted shall not be subject to revision.

  • Reason: To restrict access onto the public highway where it is necessary in the interest of highway safety.

Related to To restrict

  • Deed Restrictions means the deed restrictions to be recorded with respect to the Land, which deed restrictions shall be subject to the Director's approval and shall be commensurate with the nature and purpose of the Land as stated in the Recipient's application for grant funds under Revised Code Sections 164.20 through 164.27. The Deed Restrictions shall be perpetual and shall not be amended, released, extinguished or otherwise modified without the prior written approval of the Director, in the Director's sole discretion, who shall have full enforcement authority, as set forth more specifically in Section IX of this Agreement.

  • Put Restriction means the days between the beginning of the Pricing Period and Closing Date. During this time, the Company shall not be entitled to deliver another Put Notice.

  • Transfer Restriction means, with respect to any item of Collateral delivered hereunder, any condition to or restriction on (x) the ability of the owner thereof or (y) in the event that Dealer exercises its remedies hereunder, Dealer, in each case, to sell, assign, create security over or otherwise transfer such item of Collateral or to enforce the provisions thereof or of any document related thereto whether set forth in such item of Collateral itself or in any document related thereto, including, without limitation, (i) any requirement that any sale, assignment, creation of security or other transfer or enforcement of such item of Collateral be consented to or approved by any Person, including, without limitation, the issuer thereof or any other obligor thereon, (ii) any limitations on the type or status, financial or otherwise, of any purchaser, chargee, security taker, pledgee, assignee or transferee of such item of Collateral, (iii) any requirement of the delivery of any certificate, consent, agreement, opinion of counsel, notice or any other document of any Person to the issuer of, any other obligor on or any registrar or transfer agent for, such item of Collateral, prior to the sale, pledge, assignment or other transfer or enforcement of such item of Collateral and (iv) any registration or qualification requirement or prospectus delivery requirement for such item of Collateral pursuant to any applicable law (including, without limitation, any such requirement arising under Section 5 of the Securities Act).

  • Dealing Restrictions means restrictions imposed by statute, order, regulation or Government directive, or by the Model Code or any code adopted by the Company based on the Model Code and for this purpose the Model Code means the Model Code on dealings in securities set out in Listing Rule 9, annex 1 (of the London Stock Exchange), as varied from time to time;

  • Private Restrictions means all recorded covenants, conditions and restrictions, private agreements, reciprocal easement agreements, and any other recorded instruments affecting the use of the Premises which (i) exist as of the Effective Date, or (ii) are recorded after the Effective Date and are approved by Tenant.

  • Payment Restriction means, with respect to a Subsidiary of any Person, any encumbrance, restriction or limitation, whether by operation of the terms of its charter or by reason of any agreement or instrument, on the ability of (i) such Subsidiary to (a) pay dividends or make other distributions on its Capital Stock or make payments on any obligation, liability or Indebtedness owed to such Person or any other Subsidiary of such Person, (b) make loans or advances to such Person or any other Subsidiary of such Person or (c) transfer any of its property or assets to such Person or any other Subsidiary of such Person or (ii) such Person or any other Subsidiary of such Person to receive or retain any such (a) dividend, distributions or payments, (b) loans or advances or (c) property or assets.

  • Transfer Restrictions means, with respect to any property (including, in the case of securities, security entitlements in respect thereof), any condition to or restriction on the ability of the holder thereof to sell, assign, pledge or otherwise transfer such property or to enforce the provisions thereof or of any document related thereto whether set forth in such property itself or in any document related thereto, including (i) any requirement that any sale, assignment, pledge or other transfer or enforcement of such property be subject to any volume limitations or be consented to or approved by any person, including the issuer thereof or any other obligor thereon, (ii) any limitations on the type or status, financial or otherwise, of any purchaser, pledgee, assignee or transferee of such property, (iii) any requirement of the delivery of any certificate, consent, agreement, opinion of counsel, notice or any other document of any person to the issuer of, any other obligor on or any registrar or transfer agent for, such property, prior to the sale, pledge, assignment or other transfer or enforcement of such property, (iv) any registration or qualification requirement or prospectus delivery requirement for such property pursuant to any federal, state or foreign securities law (including any such requirement arising under the Securities Act of 1933), (v) any condition to or restriction on the ability of a potential purchaser, assignee, pledgee or transferee to acquire such property from the holder thereof and (vi) any legend or other notification appearing on any certificate representing such property to the effect that any such condition or restriction exists; except that the required delivery of any assignment, instruction or entitlement order from the Borrower or any pledgor, assignor or transferor of such property, together with any evidence of the corporate or other authority of such Person, shall not constitute such a condition or restriction.

  • Investment Restrictions means the investment restrictions of the Company, including without limitation those described in section 2.0 of this Annual Information Form.

  • Existing Transfer Restrictions means Transfer Restrictions under or arising in connection with (a) any lien routinely imposed on all securities by the Exchange, (b) the federal securities laws of the United States to the extent that Borrower (or, if applicable, a Lender or the Administrative Agent) is deemed or determined to be an “affiliate” (within the meaning of Rule 144) of any Issuer or (c) the Stockholders Agreement (as of the Closing Date except for such amendments that do not adversely affect the Lenders in any material respect) or (d) the Advance/Newhouse Proxy (as of the Closing Date except for such amendments that do not adversely affect the Lenders in any material respect).

  • Age-restricted unit means a housing unit designed to meet the needs of, and exclusively for, the residents of an age-restricted segment of the population such that: 1) all the residents of the development wherein the unit is situated are 62 years of age or older; or 2) at least 80 percent of the units are occupied by one person who is 55 years of age or older; or 3) the development has been designated by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development as “housing for older persons” as defined in Section 807(b)(2) of the Fair Housing Act, 42 U.S.C. § 3607.

  • SEC Restrictions has the meaning set forth in Section 2(b).

  • Investors Agreement means the Investors Agreement dated as of November 23, 1999 among Viking Merger Sub, Inc., DLJ Merchant Banking Partners II, L.P., DLJ Merchant Banking Partners II-A, L.P., DLJ Offshore Partners II, C.V., DLJ Diversified Partners, L.P., DLJ Diversified Partners-A, L.P., DLJ Millennium Partners, L.P., DLJ Millennium Partners-A, L.P., DLJ Funding II, Inc., DLJ EAB Partners, L.P., DLJ ESC II L.P., DLJ First ESC, L.P., DLJ Investment Partners II, L.P., DLJ Investment Funding II, Inc. and the other stockholders listed on the signature pages thereto.

  • Rent Restriction Test means the test pursuant to Section 42 of the Code whereby the gross rent charged to tenants of the low-income apartment units in the Apartment Housing cannot exceed 30% of the qualifying income levels of those units under Section 42.

  • Restricted Stock Agreement means the agreement between the Company and the recipient of a Restricted Share that contains the terms, conditions and restrictions pertaining to such Restricted Share.

  • Ownership Restrictions means collectively the Ownership Limit as applied to Persons other than the Initial Holder or Look-Through Entities, the Initial Holder Limit as applied to the Initial Holder and the Look-Through Ownership Limit as applied to Look-Through Entities.

  • Acceleration Right means the right of the Corporation to accelerate the Expiry Date to a date that is not the less than twenty (20) days following the issuance of the Acceleration Notice if, at any time before the Expiry Date, the volume weighted average trading price of the Common Shares exceeds $5.50 for a period of twenty (20) consecutive Trading Days. The right to purchase Common Shares may only be exercised by the Warrantholder within the time set forth above by:

  • Burdensome Restrictions means any consensual encumbrance or restriction of the type described in clause (a) or (b) of Section 6.10.

  • Non-transferability means the occurrence of any event that makes it impossible for the Issuer to deliver Renminbi between accounts inside Hong Kong or from an account inside Hong Kong to an account outside Hong Kong, other than where such impossibility is due solely to the failure of the Issuer to comply with any law, rule or regulation enacted by any Governmental Authority (unless such law, rule or regulation is enacted after the Issue Date and it is impossible for the Issuer, due to an event beyond its control, to comply with such law, rule or regulation).

  • Right of First Refusal Agreement means that certain Right of First Refusal Agreement, by and among New CEC (by and on behalf of itself and all of its majority owned subsidiaries) and PropCo (by and on behalf of itself and all of its majority owned subsidiaries), to be effective on the Effective Date, (a) the form of which shall be included in the Plan Supplement, (b) the material terms of which are set forth in the Bank RSA and the Bond RSA, (c) which shall be in form and substance consistent in all material respects with the Bank RSA and the Bond RSA, and (d) which shall be reasonably acceptable to the Debtors, CEC, the Requisite Consenting Bond Creditors, the Requisite Consenting Bank Creditors, the Second Priority Noteholders Committee, and the Unsecured Creditors Committee.

  • Amended and Restated Agreement has the meaning set forth in the Recitals.

  • Prone restraint means a restraint in which a student is held face down on the floor.

  • RMB Non-Transferability means the occurrence of any event that makes it impossible for the Issuer to deliver RMB between accounts inside Hong Kong or from an account inside Hong Kong to an account outside Hong Kong (including where the RMB clearing and settlement system for participating banks in Hong Kong is disrupted or suspended), other than where such impossibility is due solely to the failure of the Issuer to comply with any law, rule or regulation enacted by any Governmental Authority (unless such law, rule or regulation is enacted after the Issue Date of the first Tranche of the relevant Series and it is impossible for the Issuer, due to an event beyond its control, to comply with such law, rule or regulation); and

  • Transfer Restricted Security means any Security that constitutes a “restricted security” (as defined in Rule 144); provided, however, that such Security will cease to be a Transfer-Restricted Security upon the earliest to occur of the following events:

  • Transfer Restriction Event shall have the meaning specified in Section 2.11.

  • Stockholders Agreement means any agreement by and among the holders of at least a majority of the outstanding voting securities of the Company and setting forth, among other provisions, restrictions upon the transfer of shares of Stock or on the exercise of rights appurtenant thereto (including but not limited to voting rights).

  • Company Restricted Share has the meaning set forth in Section 3.3(b).