Accessibility Sample Clauses

Accessibility. The Owner's Representative shall be readily accessible (either on site or by computer, phone, fax or otherwise), shall be well acquainted with the Project, and shall have authority promptly to render decisions and to furnish information required of, or to be provided by, the Owner hereunder.
Accessibility. The Design Professional shall designate a readily accessible representative (either on Site or by computer, phone, fax, or otherwise) who shall have authority promptly to render decisions and to furnish information required of the Design Professional.
Accessibility. A variety of facilities are available for students with accessibility needs and other medical considerations in the residence halls. Students requesting reasonable accommodations for housing based on an accessibility need or a medical condition must submit their request for said accommodations via the Housing Portal during the application process. DHRL may confer with other university offices including but not limited to the Office of Student Accessibility Services and/or Student Health Services in order to determine any reasonable and appropriate accommodations. All information provided to DHRL substantiating an accessibility need or medical condition will be maintained in strict confidence pursuant to federal and Florida laws.
Accessibility. Vendor hereby warrants that the products or services to be provided under this Contract comply with the accessibility requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended (29 U.S.C. § 794d), and its implementing regulations set forth at Title 36, Code of Federal Regulations, part 1194. Vendor further warrants that the products or services to be provided under this Contract comply with existing federal standards established under Section 255 of the Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996 (47 U.S.C. § 255), and its implementing regulations set forth at Title 36, Code of Federal Regulations, part 1193, to the extent the vendor's products or services may be covered by that act. Vendor agrees to promptly respond to and resolve any complaint regarding accessibility of its products or services which is brought to its attention.
Accessibility. At least two (2) Units or five percent (5%) of all Units, whichever is greater, shall be designed to be made accessible for an individual with disabilities with mobility impairments exceeding the accessibility requirements under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 by an additional ten percent (10%), and at least one (1) Unit(s) or two percent (2%) of all Units, whichever is greater, shall be designed and built to be accessible for persons with hearing or vision impairments in accordance with the accessibility requirements under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
Accessibility. All IT products must be accessible to persons with disabilities, and must comply with the State Accessibility Policy and the Americans with Disabilities Act. All IT applications must comply with the Computer Application Program Accessibility Standard (Maine.gov/oit/accessiblesoftware). All IT applications and contents delivered through web browsers must comply with the Website Standards (Maine.Gov/oit/webstandard) and the Website Accessibility Policy (Maine.Gov/oit/accessibleweb).
Accessibility. California Law requires commercial landlords to disclose to tenants whether the property being leased has undergone inspection by a Certified Access Specialist ("CASp") to determine whether the property meets all applicable construction-related accessibility requirements. The Law does not require landlords to have the inspections performed. Licensee is hereby advised that the License Area has not been inspected by a CASp and, except to the extent expressly set forth in this License, Port shall have no liability or responsibility to make any repairs or modifications to the License Area in order to comply with accessibility standards. The following disclosure is required by Law: “A Certified Access Specialist (CASp) can inspect the subject premises and determine whether the subject premises comply with all of the applicable construction-related accessibility standards under state Law. Although state Law does not require a CASp inspection of the subject premises, the commercial property owner or lessor may not prohibit the lessee or tenant from obtaining a CASp inspection of the subject premises for the occupancy or potential occupancy of the lessee or tenant, if requested by the lessee or tenant. The parties shall mutually agree on the arrangements for the time and manner of the CASp inspection, the payment of the fee for the CASp inspection, and the cost of making any repairs necessary to correct violations of construction-related accessibility standards within the premises.” Further, Licensee is hereby advised that the License Area may not currently meet all applicable construction-related accessibility standards, including standards for public restrooms and ground floor entrances and exits. Licensee understands and agrees that Licensee may be subject to legal and financial liabilities if the License Area does not comply with applicable federal and state disability access Laws. As further set forth in this Section, Licensee further understands and agrees that it is Licensee’s obligation, at no cost to Port, to cause the License Area and Licensee’s uses thereof to be conducted in compliance with the all federal or state disability access Laws.