Working Day definition

Working Day means a day (other than a Saturday or Sunday) on which banks are open for general business in the City of London.
Working Day means any day other than a Saturday or Sunday or public holiday in England and Wales.
Working Day means any day, which is not declared to be holiday or rest day by the Owner.

Examples of Working Day in a sentence

  • When more than one type of major work is involved, the quantity of equipment that must be able to work in order to meet the requirements of a Working Day may vary considerably from that specified in the General Conditions.

  • Otherwise delivery shall be deemed to occur on the next Working Day.

  • Working Day - Prior to commencement of work, beginning on the date designated in the notice to proceeds or beginning on the specified starting date, or as soon thereafter as provided in the specifications, a day other than Saturday, Sunday, or another recognized legal holiday.

  • Notices served as above shall be deemed served on the Working Day of delivery provided delivery is before 5.00pm on a Working Day.

  • The Registered Participant shall increase its collaterals within two (2) Working Days from sending of the notification if this is done during Working Hours or two (2) Working Days starting from the next Working Day if sent after Working Hours.

More Definitions of Working Day

Working Day means a day other than a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday.
Working Day means any day from Monday to Friday inclusive but excludes any public holiday.
Working Day means Monday to Friday in week
Working Day means any day other than—
Working Day means a day other than a Saturday, Sunday or bank holiday in Scotland, within the meaning of the Banking and Financial Dealings Xxx 0000.
Working Day any Business Day on which dealings in foreign currencies and exchange between banks may be carried on in London, England.
Working Day means any Day which is not declared by the Employer to be holiday or off-day.