Rule 145

Rule 145

An SEC rule allowing the sale of certain securities without first registering the securities with the SEC. Specifically, stocks an investor has acquired as the result of a merger, acquisition, or reclassification do not need to be registered prior to sale. Rule 145 allows investors more flexibility following the uncertainty of, say, a merger.

Rule 145

An SEC rule that permits investors who acquire certain securities from consolidations, mergers, or reclassifications to transfer those securities without having them registered.
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According to the Rule 96 (6), an ordinance laid before the Senate under paragraph (b) of clause (3) of Article 89 of the Constitution, read with sub-rule (1) of rule 145, shall deem to be a bill introduced in the Senate on the day it is so laid and it shall also contain Statement of Objects and Reasons.
Affiliates of Realm must comply with restrictions on sale set forth in subsection (d) of Rule 145 promulgated under the US Securities Act, including no sales for the first 90 days following the Effective Date and limitations as to volume and manner of sale thereafter, unless such securities have been registered under the US Securities Act or qualify for another exemption from registration, including Regulation S, which permits such securities to be traded on the TSX-V.
Under Rule 96 (6), an Ordinance first laid before the Senate under paragraph (b) of clause (3) of Article 89 of the Constitution, read with sub-rule (1) of rule 145, shall be deemed to be a Bill introduced in the Senate on the day it is so laid and it shall also contain Statement of Objects and Reasons.
As per Rule 145 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business 'On the commencement of a session, as soon as may be but not later than 10 days after the commencement of the session, all ordinances referred to in sub-paragraph (ii) of paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 89 of the Constitution, made after prorogation of the last session, shall be laid on the table.' The House was adjourned to meet again on Thursday (today) at 3pm.
Rule 145 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the Senate, 2012, The President may, except when the Senate or National Assembly is in session, that circumstances exist which render it necessary to take immediate action, make and promulgate an ordinance and ordinance promulgated under this Article shall have the same force and effect as an Act of [Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament)] and shall be subject to like restrictions as the power of [Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament)] to make law.
Karen McDonnell, occupational safety and health policy adviser at the Royal Society for Prevention of Accidents, said: Driving on the footway (or pavement) is an offence under section 72 of the Highways Act 1835 and is also prohibited by rule 145 of the Highway Code.
Highway Code Rule 145 states: "You MUST NOT drive on or over a pavement, footpath or bridleway except to gain lawful access to property or in the case of an emergency".
Spokesman highlighted that under rule 145, at any time after the Bill has been so circulated, any Minister in the case of a Government Bill or, in any other case, any member may give notice of his intention to move that the Bill be taken into consideration.
Similarly, another NGO named VR One-Education For All has submitted a proposal to the Delhi government for amendment in sections 17, 24 and 27 of Delhi School Education Act 1973 and Amendment in Rule 145 of Delhi School Education Rules, 1973.
Despite the race being run to a safe conclusion, the stewards declared a no-race, quoting GBGB rule 145 (section VI).
According to rule 145 in the Highway Code, drivers must not drive on or over a pavement, footpath or bridleway, except to gain lawful access to property, or in the case of an emergency.
Rule 145: "Do not hold up a long queue of traffic, especially if you are driving a large or slow-moving vehicle.