This excerpt taken from the OPY 10-Q filed Aug 9, 2005.
Restriction Period to be Established by Committee. At the time a Restricted Stock Award is made, the Committee shall establish the Restriction Period applicable to the Transfer Restrictions imposed in connection with such Restricted Stock Award. Each Restricted Stock Award may have different Transfer Restrictions and/or a different Restriction Period, in the discretion of the Committee. The Transfer Restrictions and/or Restriction Period applicable to a particular Restricted Stock Award shall not be changed except as permitted by Section 7.2.
Other Terms and Conditions. Class A Shares awarded pursuant to a Restricted Stock Award shall, when issued, be represented by a stock certificate registered in the name of the Holder of such Restricted Stock Award. If provided for under the Restricted Stock Award Agreement, the Holder shall enjoy all shareholder rights applicable to the Class A Shares, except that (i) the Holder shall not be entitled to delivery of the stock certificate until the Restriction Period shall have expired, (ii) the Company shall retain custody of the stock certificate during the Restriction Period, (iii) the Holder may not sell, transfer, pledge, exchange, hypothecate or otherwise dispose of the Class A Shares during the Restriction Period, (iv) the Holder shall be entitled to receive dividends on the Class A Shares during the Restriction Period and (v) a breach of the terms and conditions established by the Committee pursuant to the Restricted Stock Award Agreement shall cause a forfeiture of the Restricted Stock Award. A Restricted Stock Award may be by way of the conditional issue of Class A shares where the Class A Shares will not actually be issued until conditions are met at a future date in which case the recipient of the Restricted Stock Award would have no rights as a shareholder unless and until the conditions are met and the Class A Shares actually issued. At the time of a Restricted Stock Award, the Committee may, in its sole discretion, prescribe additional terms and conditions or restrictions relating to Restricted Stock Awards, including, but not limited to, rules pertaining to the effect of termination of employment prior to expiration of the Restriction Period. Such additional terms, conditions or restrictions shall, to the extent inconsistent with the provisions of Section 6.2, be set forth in a Restricted Stock Award Agreement made in conjunction with the Restricted Stock Award. Such Restricted Stock Award Agreement may also include provisions relating to (i) subject to the provisions hereof, accelerated vesting of Restricted Stock Awards, including but not limited to accelerated vesting upon the occurrence of a change of control of the Company or the Parent, (ii) tax matters (including provisions covering any applicable Employee wage withholding requirements and requiring additional gross-up payments to Holders to meet any excise taxes or other additional income tax liability imposed as a result of a payment made in connection with a change of control of the Company resulting from the operation of the Plan or of such Restricted Stock Award Agreement) and (iii) any other matters not inconsistent with the terms and provisions of the Plan that the Committee shall in its sole discretion determine. The terms and conditions of the respective Restricted Stock Award Agreements need not be identical.
Payment for Restricted Stock. The Committee shall determine the amount and form of any payment for Class A Shares received pursuant to a Restricted Stock Award, provided that in the absence of such a determination, a Holder shall not be required to make any payment for Class A Shares received pursuant to a Restricted Stock Award, except to the extent otherwise required by law.
Restricted Stock Award Agreements. At the time any Restricted Stock Award is made under this Article VII, the Company and the Holder shall enter into a Restricted Stock Award Agreement setting forth each of the matters contemplated hereby and such other matters as the Committee may determine to be appropriate.