This period runs from the effective date to the expiration date of the contract.
The 12 month period following the date of issue of the contract and each 12 month period thereafter. In certificates issued under group contracts, these period are known as "Certificate Years".
Refers to the time period that comprises an employee's employment contract.
The 12-month period following the effective date or subsequent renewal date of a client contract.
The period commencing on the Group's Contract Effective Date and ending on the last day of that year and each 12-month period thereafter, unless otherwise terminated.
The period of time from the effective date of the contract to the expiration date of the contract.
the period that begins on the effective date of coverage and ends on the day before the anniversary date of the effective date of coverage. This may or may not coincide with a calendar year.
Each consecutive 12-month period beginning with the effective date of the Group Agreement.
The 12-month period beginning on the effective date of a groupâ€™s coverage.
The 12-month period over which a group's deductibles, maximums and other provisions apply. This may or may not be the same as a calendar year. Also known as the benefit year. Most Delta groups now calculate benefits on a calendar year basis.
Traditionally, and typically, a period of twelve consecutive months beginning on the first day of October and ending on the thirty-first day of September. The October-September year allows buyers to avoid the risk of supply disruption that would be follow from a supply contract expiring in the middle of winter in the northern hemisphere. Nevertheless, "contract year" in some new LNG contracts has also been specified as running from the first day of January until the thirty first day of December.
A period of twelve (12) consecutive months, commencing with each Anniversary Date. May or may not coincide with a calendar year.
The billing period which the customer contracts with the supplier.