Transfer Application definition

Transfer Application means an application and agreement for transfer of Units in the form set forth on the back of a Certificate or in a form substantially to the same effect in a separate instrument.
Transfer Application means an application and agreement for transfer of Units, which shall be substantially in the form attached hereto as Exhibit C.
Transfer Application means an application and agreement for transfer of Limited Partner Interests in the form set forth on the back of a Certificate or in a form substantially to the same effect in a separate instrument.

Examples of Transfer Application in a sentence

  • Unit transfer requests will be done in chronological order, based upon the date the Transfer Application was submitted.

  • If full compliance is not achieved within the aforesaid sixty-day period, such order shall be revoked automatically and shall not be subject to reinstatement but must be refiled and treated as a new application.(c) Applicability to Sale and Transfer Application.

  • Each transferee of a Limited Partner Interest (including any nominee holder or an agent acquiring such Limited Partner Interest for the account of another Person) who executes and delivers a Transfer Application shall, by virtue of such execution and delivery, be an Assignee and be deemed to have applied to become a Substituted Limited Partner with respect to the Limited Partner Interests so transferred to such Person.

  • The player’s registered club must submit this form to its affiliated league when refusing the transfer within the six clear business days from the date the Transfer Application was loaded.

  • A transferor of a Certificate representing a Limited Partner Interest shall, however, only have the authority to convey to a purchaser or other transferee who does not execute and deliver a Transfer Application (a) the right to negotiate such Certificate to a purchaser or other transferee and (b) the right to transfer the right to request admission as a Substituted Limited Partner to such purchaser or other transferee in respect of the transferred Limited Partner Interests.


More Definitions of Transfer Application

Transfer Application means an application and agreement for transfer of Partnership Interests by which a transferee (a) requests admission as a Partner, (b) agrees to be bound by the terms and conditions of this Agreement, (c) represents that it has authority to enter into this Agreement, (d) grants powers of attorney to the Managing General Partner and the Liquidator and (e) makes the consents and waivers contained herein.
Transfer Application has the meaning set forth in Section 5(b) above.
Transfer Application as used in A.R.S. § 32-560, means an application that documents the transfer of a student from one Ari- zona cosmetology, hairstyling, nail technology, or aesthetics school to another and contains the student’s name, address, identifi- cation number, telephone number, and number of hours of instruction received.
Transfer Application means an application, provided by the Administering Institution to NHMRC which seeks NHMRC's approval to transfer the remainder of a Research Activity, and all remaining Funds allocated to that Research Activity, to another Eligible Institution; and
Transfer Application means an application and agreement for the transfer of Units, in the form set forth in Exhibit C, as may be amended from time to time by the Board of Managers without the Consent of the Members. For purposes of this Agreement, references to Transfer Application shall also include the Transfer Instructions. The Transfer Application shall be deemed to be a part of this Agreement. All provisions of the Transfer Application not inconsistent with law or this Agreement shall be valid and binding.
Transfer Application means an application to Cancer Australia made by the Institution, for approval to transfer the whole or part of the Funds, as applicable, to a New Institution;
Transfer Application means an application and agreement for transfer of LP Units in the form set forth on the back of an LP Unit Certificate or in a form substantially to the same effect in a separate instrument.