Access to. 7.1 The provisions of this Clause 7 shall apply to the [***] Program as it is developed from time to time up until expiry of the [***] Period. The “[***] Period” shall be for a minimum of [***] from the Effective Date, and may be extended by Autolus (upon written notice served prior to the [***] anniversary of the Effective Date) for the Extended Period. The “
Access to documentation Subject to applicable privacy legislation, Canada and the Province shall allow the representatives of the other Party to have access to any Records, information, databases, audit and evaluation reports and other documentation relating to programs and activities described in the Activities and Expenditures Plan or in Part Two of this Implementation Agreement. With respect to programs and activities included in the Activities and Expenditures Plan or in Part Two of this Implementation Agreement for which a federal Contribution or payment has been made, the Province shall allow the representatives of Canada to have access to any Records, information, databases, audit and evaluation reports and other documentation for the purpose of conducting an audit and evaluation, and for the verification of invoices with respect to payments made to applicants under these programs and activities as well as any other associated eligible administrative expense. Canada and the Province shall ensure that all third parties charged with the administration of a program or an activity included in the Activities and Expenditures Plan or in Part Two of this Implementation Agreement provide access to the representatives of the other Party to any Records, information, databases, audit and evaluation reports and other documentation.
Access to information Subject to Clause 18.20, the Borrower agrees that the Agent (and its nominees) may from time to time during the Facility Period (and in the case of the Earning Account after having given three (3) Business Days notice to the Borrower of its intention to do so) review the records held by the Account Holder (whether in written or electronic form) in relation to the Accounts, and irrevocably waives any right of confidentiality which may exist in relation to those records.
Access to. An employee have the right two (2) times per year to have access to and review personnel file and shall have the right to respond in writing to any document contained therein, such reply shall become part of the permanent record. The Union has unlimited access, with Employee permission to the personnel file from the moment the grievance is launched to the moment arbitration starts.
Access to. It shall be the right of each employee, upon sufficient notice and at reasonable intervals, to have access to and review the contents of his or her personnel file, including attendance records, in the presence of the Director of Human Resourcesor the designate. With written permission of the employee, a Union Representative shall also have the right of access to an employee's personnel file, including the Employee's attendance record.
Access to. A copy of any completed evaluation which is to be placed in a nurse's file shall be first reviewed with the nurse. The nurse shall initial such evaluation as having been read and shall have the opportunity to add her view to such evaluation prior to it being placed in her file. It is understood that such evaluations do not constitute disciplinary action by the Hospital against the nurse. Each nurse shall have reasonable access to all her files for the purpose of reviewing their contents in the presence of her supervisor. A copy of the evaluation will be provided to the nurse at her request. No t shall be used against a nurse where it has not been brought to her i on in a timely manner Any letter of reprimand, suspension or other sanction will be removed from the record of a nurse eighteen months following the receipt of such letter, suspension or other sanction provided that such nurse's record has been discipline free for one year. ARTICLE SENIORITY
Access to. CUE/NBC USER DATA. If at any time during the Term DCCI sells, barters or otherwise shares Personal Data regarding any registered users of the :CRQ Software with any third party (other than (a) with a third party acting on DCCI's behalf that does not sell, barter or otherwise share such Personal Data with third parties, (b) de minimis non-commercial disclosures on isolated occasions, and (c) confidentially as required by any court or other governmental authority or as otherwise required by law), then DCCI shall immediately take all steps reasonably necessary (i) to provide NBC with copies of all of the :Cue/NBC User Data previously collected by DCCI during the Term, and (ii) provide NBC with copies of all of the :Cue/NBC User Data collected thereafter during the Term, with such data to be provided to NBC via the delivery method and in the format generally used by DCCI to provide data and information to its other partners. The Parties shall work together to ensure that NBC is able to access and interpret such data in a cost effective manner.
Access to. (a) Information: Upon the execution of this Letter of Intent, Xtra-Gold will provide to Verbina reasonable access to all information, documents, data, drill logs, and drill core in its possession and control with respect to the Concessions. If the Option terminates, Verbina shall return all such material to Xtra-Gold.