Written Resolution definition

Written Resolution means a written (or electronic) solution for a decision making among the Bondholders, as set out in Clause 15.5 (Written Resolutions).
Written Resolution means a resolution in writing signed by or on behalf of all holders of Securities who for the time being are entitled to receive notice of a meeting in accordance with the provisions of this Schedule, whether contained in one document or several documents in the same form, each signed by or on behalf of one or more such holders of the Securities.

Examples of Written Resolution in a sentence

  • Any modification of any provision of, or any action in respect of, these Conditions or the Trust Deed in respect of the Securities may be made or taken if approved by an Ordinary Resolution, an Extraordinary Resolution or a Written Resolution as set out below.

  • Any Single Series Ordinary Resolution, Single Series Extraordinary Resolution duly passed or Single Series Written Resolution approved shall be binding on all Noteholders, whether or not they attended such Single Series Meeting, whether or not they voted in favour thereof and whether or not they signed or confirmed in writing any such Single Series Written Resolution, as the case may be.

  • For the purposes of Condition 13(b) and Condition 13(c), the Issuer will provide a certificate to the Aggregation Agent up to three days prior to, and in any case no later than, with respect to an Extraordinary Resolution, the date of the Meeting referred to in Condition 12(b), Condition 12(c) or Condition 12(d), as applicable, and, with respect to a Written Resolution, the date arranged for the signing of the Written Resolution.

  • Any modification of any provision of, or any action in respect of, these Conditions or the Trust Deed in respect of the Notes may be made or taken if approved by a Single Series Ordinary Resolution, a Single Series Extraordinary Resolution or a Single Series Written Resolution as set out below.

  • In relation to a proposal that includes a Reserved Matter, any modification to the terms and conditions of, or any action with respect to, two or more series of Debt Securities Capable of Aggregation may be made or taken if approved by a Multiple Series Single Limb Extraordinary Resolution or by a Multiple Series Single Limb Written Resolution as set out below, provided that the Uniformly Applicable condition is satisfied.


More Definitions of Written Resolution

Written Resolution means a resolution in writing signed by or on behalf of one or more persons being or representing the holders of at least 75 per cent of the Outstanding Principal Amount of the Covered Bonds for the time being outstanding, the holders of which at any relevant time are entitled to participate in a Meeting in accordance with the provisions of these Rules, whether contained in one document or several documents in the same form, each signed by or on behalf of one or more of such Covered Bondholders;
Written Resolution means a resolution in writing signed by the holders of not less than 75 per cent. in principal amount of the Notes outstanding; and
Written Resolution means a resolution in writing signed by or on behalf of all Holders of Notes who for the time being are entitled to receive notice of a Meeting in accordance with the provisions of this Schedule, whether contained in one document or several documents in the same form, each signed by or on behalf of one or more such Holders of the Notes; "24 hours" means a period of 24 hours including all or part of a day upon which banks are open for business in the places where the relevant Meeting is to be held and in respect of a Meeting of Holders of Bearer Notes, each of the places where the Paying Agents have their Specified Offices and in respect of a Meeting of Holders of Registered Notes, the place where the Registrar has its Specified Office (disregarding for this purpose the day upon which such Meeting is to be held) and such period shall be extended by one period or, to the extent necessary, more periods of 24 hours until there is included as aforesaid all or part of a day upon which banks are open for business as aforesaid; and "48 hours" means 2 consecutive periods of 24 hours.
Written Resolution means a written (or electronic) solution for a decision making among the Bondholders, as set out in Clause 15.5 (Written Resolutions). 1.2 ConstructionIn these Bond Terms, unless the context otherwise requires:
Written Resolution means a resolution in writing signed or approved by or on behalf of the holders of not less than 75 per cent. in nominal amount of the Notes outstanding. References to a Written Resolution include, unless the context otherwise requires, a resolution approved by Electronic Consent; and
Written Resolution means a resolution in writing signed by or on behalf of Bondholders representing in aggregate not less than 75 per cent. in aggregate principal amount of the Bonds for the time being outstanding.
Written Resolution means any Resolution of the Noteholders which is passed in writing, as described in Condition 14 (Meetings of Noteholders, Modification, Waiver and Substitution) and as further described in, and as defined in, the Trust Deed.