Whichever definition

Whichever means of access to community advice the Ministerial Forum selects the following will apply:

Examples of Whichever in a sentence

Whichever scheme is chosen, it MUST incorporate periodic monitoring and/or accountability procedures to ensure that its audits continue to be conducted in accordance with the requirements of the scheme.

Whichever type of coverage is provided, it shall not be more restrictive than the underlying insurance policy coverages.

This warranty shall remain valid for twelve (12) months after the goods, or any portion thereof as the case may be, have been delivered to and accepted at the final destination indicated in the contract, or for eighteen (18) months after the date of shipment from the port or place of loading in the source country, Whichever period concludes earlier, unless specified otherwise.

On second Instance the amount of Fine will be Rs. 500.00 or 0.1 % of amount of SWO (Whichever is high).

Whichever of the following is marked applies to this Approved Service Order: The Consultant can not use any subconsultants.

Whichever Bidder has the highest percent discount from Column D will be found to be the apparent successful Bidder.

Whichever Bidder has the lowest Hourly Rate for Maintenance Support and Technical Support will be found to be the apparent successful Bidder.

Whichever of these certificates is outstanding at any given time will receive interest pro rata and principal pro rata.

Whichever of (a) to (e) above is the latest in the matter of time.

Whichever preference point system is applicable, bids shall be awarded points for: (a) Price - (90 Points or 80 Points); and/ or (b) B-BBEE (Based on the Status level of Contributor) – (10 Points or 20 Points).

Related to Whichever

Anniversary Each anniversary of the Cut-off Date.
months shall be construed in accordance with Clause 1.3;
Date of Lodging means the date this Decree is filed for lodging with the Clerk of the Court for the United States District Court for the District of Colorado.
Regulatory Exclusivity Period means with respect to a Licensed Product in a country, the period of time during which (a) Celgene or any of its Affiliates or Sublicensees has been granted the exclusive legal right by a Regulatory Authority (or is otherwise entitled to the exclusive legal right by operation of Law) in such country to market and sell the Licensed Product, or (b) the data and information submitted by Celgene or any of its Affiliates or Sublicensees to the relevant Regulatory Authority in such country for purposes of obtaining Regulatory Approval may not be disclosed, referenced or relied upon in any way by such Regulatory Authority (including by relying upon the Regulatory Authority’s previous findings regarding the safety or effectiveness of the Licensed Product) to support the Regulatory Approval or marketing of any product by a Third Party in such country.
Date of Commencement means the date designated in the Notice to Proceed for Contractor to commence the Work.
Date The Effective Date (as defined in the Funding Agreement) Acknowledged and Agreed: THE PRINCIPAL LIFE INCOME FUNDINGS TRUST DESIGNATED IN THIS GUARANTEE By: U.S. Bank Trust National Association, not in its individual capacity, but solely in its capacity as trustee By: Bankers Trust Company, N.A., under Limited Power of Attorney, dated February 16, 2006 By: /s/ Diana L. Cook Name: Diana L. Cook Title: Vice President Date: The Effective Date (as defined in the Funding Agreement)
Date of Completion with respect to a Project shall mean: (i) the date upon which such Project and all components thereof have been acquired or constructed and are capable of performing the functions for which they were intended, as evidenced by an Engineers’ Certificate filed with the Trustee and the Issuer; or (ii) the date on which the Issuer determines, upon the recommendation of or in consultation with the Consulting Engineer, that it cannot complete such Project in a sound and economical manner within a reasonable period of time as evidenced by an Engineers’ Certificate filed with the Trustee and the Issuer; provided that in each case such certificate of the Consulting Engineer shall set forth the amount of all Costs of such Project which have theretofore been incurred, but which on the Date of Completion is or will be unpaid or unreimbursed.
Central Time means the central time zone of the United States of America.
Occupation Date means the Completion Date or the date on which the Local Authority issues the Occupancy Certificate or the date that the Purchaser attends the Hand-over Inspection, whichever is the earlier;
Option Date means, with respect to any Stock Option, the date on which the Stock Option is awarded under the Plan.
Start Date for Term Calculation Purposes Only: Regardless of actual award/effective date of Contract, for Agreement “term” calculation purposes only, the Agreement “start date” is the last day of the month that Award Notifications are anticipated as published in the Solicitation. Example: If the anticipated award date published in the Solicitation is August 27, 2020 but extended negotiations delay award until September 24, 2020 the end date of the resulting initial “two-year” term Agreement, (which is subject to an extension(s)) will still be August 31, 2022.
Date of Commercial Operation means the day upon which Commercial Operation is first achieved pursuant to Section 4.2 hereof.
Regulatory Exclusivity means any exclusivity (including for clarity new chemical entity exclusivity, new use or Indication exclusivity, new formulation exclusivity, orphan drug exclusivity, pediatric exclusivity, or any applicable data exclusivity) conferred by the Regulatory Authority in a particular country, Region, or jurisdiction in the Licensed Territory which confers an exclusive commercialization period during which Licensee, its Affiliates or Sublicensees have the exclusive right to market and sell a Licensed Product in such country, Region or jurisdiction, other than issued patent exclusivity.
Practical Completion means practical completion of all of the specified work notwithstanding that items which would ordinarily be considered snagging items remain outstanding, and the expression “practically complete” and “practically completed” shall be construed accordingly;
the commencement date means the date on which this Scheme comes into force;
Policy Anniversary means the annual anniversary of the Date of Commencement of Risk;
Applicable Anniversary of the Commencement Date means the fifth (5th) anniversary of the Commencement Date.
Accumulation Commencement Date means January 1, 2021, or such later date as the Calculation Agent on behalf of the Issuer determines in accordance with Section 2.11 hereof.
Benefit Commencement Date means, for any Participant or beneficiary, the date as of which the first benefit payment, including a single sum, from the Participant’s Account is due, other than pursuant to a withdrawal under Article VIII.
Distribution Commencement Date means the Issue Date or such other date as may be specified as the Distribution Commencement Date on the face of such Perpetual Security;
Response Deadline shall have the meaning set forth in Section 4.3.
Loan Commencement Date means, with respect to each Growth Capital Loan: (a) the first day of the first full calendar month following the Borrowing Date of such Loan if such Borrowing Date is not the first day of a month; or (b) the same day as the Borrowing Date if the Borrowing Date is the first day of a month.
Quarterly Commencement Date means the 1st day of each of April, July, October and January in each year.
Annuity Commencement Date means the date as of which a benefit commences under the Plan.
Retention Period means the minimum time that must pass after the creation, recording, or receipt of a record, or the fulfillment of certain actions associated with a record, before it is eligible for destruction.
TENTH The Distributor will accept orders for the purchase of Class C Shares only to the extent of purchase orders actually received and not in excess of such orders, and it will not avail itself of any opportunity of making a profit by expediting or withholding orders. It is mutually understood and agreed that the Company may reject purchase orders where, in the judgment of the Company, such rejection is in the best interest of the Company.