a.1 Sample Clauses

a.1. If the Employer does not have a policy or practice which provide for the replacement of uniforms due to normal wear and tear, or which provide for a replacement allowance for uniforms due to normal wear and tear, the Employer shall provide a replacement allowance of seventy-five percent (75%) to assist Employees in defraying the cost of replacing authorized uniform items.
a.1. If a nurse travels from home to a patient worksite (that is, other 29 than the hospital) as the first work location of the day, or patient worksite to 30 home as the last worksite of the day, mileage paid is the difference between 31 the home-to-hospital distance and the home-to-worksite difference. Each 32 leg of travel (that is, from home to the patient worksite, and from patient 33 worksite from home) is calculated separately; and
a.1. At Tenant’s request, if Landlord provides any miscellaneous services and/or supplies to Tenant on Leased Premises (including but not limited to: photocopies, carpet and/or tile cleaning, repairs, locks and additional keys, additional directory strips, and light bulbs) all charges for these services imposed by Landlord shall be billed to Tenant and payable by Tenant as Additional Rent. Landlord shall have the same remedies for failure to pay the same as for nonpayment of Fixed Minimum Rent. Tenant covenants and agrees to pay Landlord all applicable sales tax or other taxes, which may be imposed on the above Additional Rent.
a.1. In the event NASD elects to take over updating all or any portion of the BRD, Nasdaq shall provide appropriate training, not to exceed 3 days, consulting, data, procedures and documentation for the BRD to NASD or its designated agent in order to allow NASD or its designated agent to take over updating all or any portion of the BRD. Any work beyond the three days will be completed at a time and materials basis at the rate of the Nasdaq group doing the work. In the event NASD does take over updating all or any portion of the BRD, the parties shall meet and negotiate in a commercially reasonable fashion any reduction in the budget for Core Services. In the event the Parties cannot agree to a reduction or an amount for a reduction, the Parties shall resort to the Dispute Resolution procedures.

Related to a.1

  • The Class 1-A, Class 2-A-1, Class 2-A-2A, Class 2-A-2B and Class 2-A-3 Certificates.

  • Class All REMIC I Regular Interests or the Class R-1 Residual Interest having the same priority and rights to payments on the Mortgage Loans from the REMIC I Available Distribution Amount, all REMIC II Regular Interests or the Class R-2 Residual Interest having the same priority and rights to payments on the REMIC I Regular Interests from the REMIC II Available Distribution Amount, and all REMIC III Regular Interests or the Class R-3 Residual Interest having the same priority and rights to payments on the REMIC II Regular Interests from the REMIC III Available Distribution Amount, as applicable, which REMIC I Regular Interests, REMIC II Regular Interests, REMIC III Regular Interests and Class R Residual Interests, as applicable, shall be designated as a separate Class, and which, in the case of the Certificates (including the Class R Certificates representing ownership of the Class R Residual Interests), shall be set forth in the applicable forms of Certificates attached hereto as Exhibits A and B. Each Class of REMIC I Regular Interests and the Class R-1 Residual Interest shall be entitled to receive the amounts allocated to such Class pursuant to the definition of "REMIC I Distribution Amount" only to the extent of the REMIC I Available Distribution Amount for such Distribution Date remaining after distributions in accordance with prior clauses of the definition of "REMIC I Distribution Amount," each Class of REMIC II Regular Interests and the Class R-2 Residual Interest shall be entitled to receive the amounts allocated to such Class pursuant to the definition of "REMIC II Distribution Amount" only to the extent of the REMIC II Available Distribution Amount for such Distribution Date remaining after distributions in accordance with prior clauses of the definition of "REMIC II Distribution Amount" and each Class of REMIC III Regular Interests and the Class R-3 Residual Interest shall be entitled to receive the amounts allocated to such Class pursuant to the definition of "REMIC III Distribution Amount" only to the extent of the REMIC III Available Distribution Amount for such Distribution Date remaining after distributions in accordance with prior clauses of the definition of "REMIC III Distribution Amount."

  • Moody’s Mxxxx’x Investors Service, Inc., or its successors in interest. If Mxxxx’x is designated as a Rating Agency in the Preliminary Statement, for purposes of Section 10.05(b) the address for notices to Moody’s shall be Mxxxx’x Investors Service, Inc., 90 Xxxxxx Xxxxxx, Xxx Xxxx, Xxx Xxxx 00000, Attention: Residential Loan Monitoring Group, or any other address that Moody’s furnishes to the Depositor and the Servicer.

  • Preference Issues If any Senior Secured Party is required in any Insolvency or Liquidation Proceeding or otherwise to disgorge, turn over or otherwise pay any amount to the estate of the Company or any other Grantor (or any trustee, receiver or similar Person therefor), because the payment of such amount was declared to be fraudulent or preferential in any respect or for any other reason, any amount (a “Recovery”), whether received as proceeds of security, enforcement of any right of setoff or otherwise, then the Senior Obligations shall be reinstated to the extent of such Recovery and deemed to be outstanding as if such payment had not occurred and the Senior Secured Parties shall be entitled to the benefits of this Agreement until a Discharge of Senior Obligations with respect to all such recovered amounts. If this Agreement shall have been terminated prior to such Recovery, this Agreement shall be reinstated in full force and effect, and such prior termination shall not diminish, release, discharge, impair or otherwise affect the obligations of the parties hereto. Each Second Priority Representative, for itself and on behalf of each Second Priority Debt Party under its Second Priority Debt Facility, hereby agrees that none of them shall be entitled to benefit from any avoidance action affecting or otherwise relating to any distribution or allocation made in accordance with this Agreement, whether by preference or otherwise, it being understood and agreed that the benefit of such avoidance action otherwise allocable to them shall instead be allocated and turned over for application in accordance with the priorities set forth in this Agreement.

  • Original Class B Principal Balance The Original Class B Principal Balance is $9,175,305.90.

  • Class Size The School shall be in compliance with Florida Constitutional Class Size Requirements, as applicable to charter schools.

  • Senior Certificates Class 1-A-1, Class 1-A-2, Class 1-A-3, Class 1-A-4, Class 1-A-5, Class 1-A-6, Class 1-A-7, Class 1-A-8, Class 1-A-9, Class 1-A-10, Class 1-A-11, Class 1-A-12, Class 1-A-13, Class 1-A-14, Class 1-A-15, Class 1-A-16, Class 1-A-17, Class 1-A-18, Class 1-A-19, Class 1-A-20, Class 1-A-21, Class 1-A-22, Class 1-A-R, Class 1-A-MR and Class 1-A-LR Certificates.

  • Determination of Pass-Through Rates for COFI Certificates The Pass-Through Rate for each Class of COFI Certificates for each Interest Accrual Period after the initial Interest Accrual Period shall be determined by the Trustee as provided below on the basis of the Index and the applicable formulae appearing in footnotes corresponding to the COFI Certificates in the table relating to the Certificates in the Preliminary Statement. Except as provided below, with respect to each Interest Accrual Period following the initial Interest Accrual Period, the Trustee shall not later than two Business Days prior to such Interest Accrual Period but following the publication of the applicable Index determine the Pass-Through Rate at which interest shall accrue in respect of the COFI Certificates during the related Interest Accrual Period. Except as provided below, the Index to be used in determining the respective Pass-Through Rates for the COFI Certificates for a particular Interest Accrual Period shall be COFI for the second calendar month preceding the Outside Reference Date for such Interest Accrual Period. If at the Outside Reference Date for any Interest Accrual Period, COFI for the second calendar month preceding such Outside Reference Date has not been published, the Trustee shall use COFI for the third calendar month preceding such Outside Reference Date. If COFI for neither the second nor third calendar months preceding any Outside Reference Date has been published on or before the related Outside Reference Date, the Index for such Interest Accrual Period and for all subsequent Interest Accrual Periods shall be the National Cost of Funds Index for the third calendar month preceding such Interest Accrual Period (or the fourth preceding calendar month if such National Cost of Funds Index for the third preceding calendar month has not been published by such Outside Reference Date). In the event that the National Cost of Funds Index for neither the third nor fourth calendar months preceding an Interest Accrual Period has been published on or before the related Outside Reference Date, then for such Interest Accrual Period and for each succeeding Interest Accrual Period, the Index shall be LIBOR, determined in the manner set forth below. With respect to any Interest Accrual Period for which the applicable Index is LIBOR, LIBOR for such Interest Accrual Period will be established by the Trustee on the related Interest Determination Date as provided in Section 4.08. In determining LIBOR and any Pass-Through Rate for the COFI Certificates or any Reserve Interest Rate, the Trustee may conclusively rely and shall be protected in relying upon the offered quotations (whether written, oral or on the Reuters Screen) from the Reference Banks or the New York City banks as to LIBOR or the Reserve Interest Rate, as appropriate, in effect from time to time. The Trustee shall not have any liability or responsibility to any Person for (i) the Trustee's selection of New York City banks for purposes of determining any Reserve Interest Rate or (ii) its inability, following a good-faith reasonable effort, to obtain such quotations from the Reference Banks or the New York City banks or to determine such arithmetic mean, all as provided for in this Section 4.07. The establishment of LIBOR and each Pass-Through Rate for the COFI Certificates by the Trustee shall (in the absence of manifest error) be final, conclusive and binding upon each Holder of a Certificate and the Trustee.

  • Preference Claims (a) In the event that the Trustee has received a certified copy of an order of the appropriate court that any Note Interest Distributable Amount or Note Principal Distributable Amount paid on a Note has been avoided in whole or in part as a preference payment under applicable bankruptcy law, the Trustee shall so notify the Insurer, shall comply with the provisions of the Note Policy to obtain payment by the Insurer of such avoided payment, and shall, at the time it provides notice to the Insurer, notify Holders of the Notes by mail that, in the event that any Noteholder's payment is so recoverable, such Noteholder will be entitled to payment pursuant to the Note Policy. The Trustee shall furnish to the Insurer its records evidencing the payments of principal of and interest on Notes, if any, which have been made by the Trustee and subsequently recovered from Noteholders, and the dates on which such payments were made. Pursuant to the Note Policy, the Insurer will make such payment on behalf of the Noteholder to the receiver, conservator, debtor-in-possession or trustee in bankruptcy named in the Order (as such term is defined in the Note Policy) and not to the Trustee or any Noteholder directly (unless a Noteholder has previously paid such payment to the receiver, conservator, debtor-in-possession or trustee in bankruptcy, in which case the Insurer will make such payment to the Trustee for distribution to such Noteholder upon proof of such payment reasonably satisfactory to the Insurer).

  • Unit Private Placement Simultaneously with the Closing Date, (x) the Sponsor (and/or its designees) will purchase from the Company pursuant to a Sponsor Unit Purchase Agreement (as defined in Section 2.24.2 below) an aggregate of 340,000 units of the Company, which units are identical to the Firm Units subject to certain exceptions (collectively, the “Placement Units”) at a purchase price of $10.00 per Placement Unit in a private placement (the “Unit Private Placement”) intended to be exempt from registration under the Act pursuant to Section 4(a)(2) of the Act. The terms of the Placement Units are as described in the Prospectus (as defined in Section 2.1.1 below). Simultaneously with the Option Closing Date (if any), the Sponsor will purchase from the Company pursuant to the Sponsor Unit Purchase Agreement, up to an additional 33,750 Placement Units at a purchase price of $10.00 per Placement Unit in a private placement intended to be exempt from registration under the Act pursuant to Section 4(a)(2) of the Act. None of the Placement Units may be sold, assigned or transferred by the Sponsor or the Representative or their respective transferees until after consummation of a Business Combination. The purchase price for the Placement Units to be paid by the Sponsor has been delivered to CST or counsel to the Company or the Representative to hold in a separate escrow account at least 24 hours prior to the date hereof so that such funds are readily available to be delivered to the Trust Account on the Closing Date or the Option Closing Date, as the case may be.