quorate


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quorate

(ˈkwɔːˌreɪt)
adj
Brit constituting or having a quorum
Translations

quorate

[ˈkwɔːreɪt] ADJ (esp Brit) the meeting was not quorateno había quórum en la reunión

quorate

adj (form) to be quorateein Quorum haben
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The Meeting will be quorate if at least two Noteholders are present or represented by the Principal Paying Agent representing or holding more than half of the aggregate principal amount outstanding of the Notes for the time being outstanding, provided that, so long as any Notes are represented by a Global Note, a single proxy representing the holder thereof shall be deemed to be two voters for the purposes of forming a quorum.
The meeting was not quorate until a second member, Clr Marchington, arrived later and the remainder did not attend.
In April, the motion passed but the meeting was not quorate as the student senate failed to have the necessary 21 board members present so the votes were not valid.
163/2006, following a competition quorate, concerning the custody of the alleged provision of an indicative number up to a maximum of n.
Q: So it asks here the number of times the Board met in quorate for the last 12 months.
Meantime the board had also met, this time quorate, and the motion to seek liquidation was struck out on procedural grounds, and a vote of confidence in the artistic management passed.
At a duly convened and quorate meeting held today pursuant to the Consent Solicitation Statement dated 4 October 2010 (the "Statement") and the related Notice of Meeting, Noteholders representing approximately 87.