Acts. None of the above shall affect, impair or prevent the vesting of the relevant Issuing Lender's rights or powers hereunder.
Acts. Seller shall make, do and execute or cause to be made, done and executed, in any case at Buyer’s expense, all such further reasonable acts, deeds and assurances as Buyer or Buyer’s counsel may, at any time or from time to time, deem requisite for more effectively conveying the Railcars to Buyer as aforesaid and according to the intent and meaning of this Agreement.
Acts. During the existence of the voting trust created hereby, the Trustee shall possess and in his discretion shall be entitled to exercise all rights and powers of the absolute owner of the Stock, including without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the rights and powers to vote the Trust Shares and to assent to or dissent from any corporate or shareholder action of any kind whatsoever, whenever such vote, assent or dissent is required or permitted by law or otherwise, including the election of directors, amendment or repeal of the Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws of the Corporation, or any proposed increase, decrease or change in the classification of the capital stock of the Corporation or any proposed dissolution and liquidation or merger or consolidation of the Corporation into or with another corporation or corporations, or any sale, lease, transfer, conveyance, mortgage or encumbrance of all or any substantial part of the property of the Corporation; and no such right or power shall be vested in or be exercised by any other person as a stockholder beneficially owning any of the Trust Shares or holding or owning any trust certificate issued hereunder by virtue of the issuance or ownership of any such trust certificate. The above notwithstanding, except as provided in paragraph 11 hereof, the Trustee shall not at any time sell, transfer, pledge, hypothecate or in any other manner dispose of all or any part of the Trust Shares.
Acts. The Health and Social Care Act 2012 amended the NHS Act 2006 (‘the Act’) Section 3 (1A) to establish the legal framework for the new commissioning architecture for the NHS in England, including the responsibilities of the NHS Commissioning Board – now known as NHS England – and clinical commissioning groups (CCGs)
Acts. IN NO EVENT DOES BI ASSUME ANY RESPONSIBILITY OR LIABILITY FOR ACTS THAT MAY BE COMMITTED BY PERSONS AND/OR CLIENTS THAT ARE SUBJECT TO AGENCY’S ELECTRONIC MONITORING PROGRAM.
Acts. To the best of Buyer and Mr. Verona's knowledge, neither Buyer, Mr. Verona nor Ms. Verona has committed any act which would constitute an intentional tort or a violation of criminal law in which Seller or its Affiliates may be named as a defendant in any Proceeding or otherwise be held liable.
Acts. Acts are those factors that are most closely tied to the mishap, and can be described as active failures or actions committed by the operator that result in human error or unsafe situation. We have identified these active failures or actions as Errors and Violations (see Table 1). Unsafe Acts Errors Violations (AV xxx) Skill-Based Errors (AE 1xx) Judgment & decision making Errors (AE 2xx) Perception Errors (AE 3xx) Table 1. Categories of Acts of Operators Errors: Errors are factors in a mishap when mental or physical activities of the operator fail to achieve their intended outcome as a result of skill-based, perceptual, or judgment and decision making errors, leading to an unsafe situation. Errors are unintended. We classified Errors into three types: Skill-Based, Judgment and Decision Making, and Misperception Errors. Using this error analysis process, the investigator must first determine if an individual or team committed an active failure. If so, the investigator must then decide if an error or violation occurred. Once this is done, the investigator can further define the error. Skill-based Errors: Skill based errors are factors in a mishap when errors occur in the operator’s execution of a routine, highly practiced task relating to procedure, training or proficiency and result in an unsafe a situation. Skill-based Errors are unintended behaviors. (Table 1a) Judgment and Decision Making Errors: Judgment and Decision making errors are factors in a mishap when behavior or actions of the individual proceed as intended yet the chosen plan proves inadequate to achieve the desired end-state and results in an unsafe situation (Table 1a). Misperception Errors: Misperception errors are factors in a mishap when misperception of an object, threat or situation (such as visual, auditory, proprioceptive, or vestibular illusions, cognitive or attention failures) results in human error (Table 1a).