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terminating

[′tər·mə‚nād·iŋ]
(electricity)
Closing of the circuit at either end of a line or transducer by connecting some device thereto; terminating does not imply any special condition such as the elimination of reflection.
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If the contract does not have such a clause, the terminating party is required to notify the other party of its intention to terminate the contract before proceeding to seek the court's consent to terminate the contract.
Article 184(3) goes a step further and mandates the issuance of a notice by the terminating party to the non-terminating party of the default and termination.
The employee uses the bridge loan to pay back the outstanding balance to the terminating plan and, upon entry into the new employer's plan, the employee takes a loan from the plan to pay back the bridge loan.
11, the company sent a letter to the mall owners that they were terminating the lease for the Gant store and reserving the right to terminate the other four leases.
In theory, he adds, "In the absence of a non-disturbance to the ground lessee, the holder of the fee mortgage can cut off the ground lease, thereby terminating the leasehold mortgagee's security and the space tenant's lease.
Actual results may differ materially from the forward-looking statements and business strategy as a result of a number of risks and uncertainties, many of which are outside our control, including but not limited to, the risk that: Vivendi will not succeed in terminating its registration under the U.
In a letter ruling, (44) several S shareholders that were QSSTs did not distribute their income currently, thus making them ineligible shareholders and terminating the S election.
11, the company sent a letter to the mall owners saying they were terminating the lease for the Gant store and reserving the right to terminate the other four leases.
In a decision which appears to be unusually generous to the broker, the highest Court in New York refused to dismiss a broker's claim that defendants acted in bad faith by prematurely terminating a syndication plan and refusing to recognize the participants to the plan secured by the broker.
Company) (Nasdaq:NGRU) is considering delisting from Nasdaq and terminating its SEC reporting obligations, while its board of directors continues to evaluate opportunities to merge or sell all or part of its remaining operations.