Amending Time Limits Sample Clauses

Amending Time Limits. The time limits fixed in the arbitration procedure may be altered by mutual consent of the parties but the same must be in writing.
Amending Time Limits. ‌ The time limits in this arbitration procedure may be altered only by written mutual consent of the parties.
Amending Time Limits. If the time limits in Articles 9.02, 9.03 and 9.07 are not complied with by the employee(s) or the Union, then the grievance shall be considered as being abandoned, unless the parties have mutually agreed, in writing, to extend the time limits.
Amending Time Limits. ‌ The time limits fixed in this grievance procedure may be altered by mutual agreement of the parties, but the same must be in writing.
Amending Time Limits. Whenever a stipulated time is mentioned herein, the said time may be extended by mutual consent of the parties, provided such extension is requested prior to the expiry of the time allowed.
Amending Time Limits. The time limits fixed in this grievance procedure are mandatory and must be strictly complied with. Time limits may be altered by mutual agreement of the Parties, but any such agreement must be in writing.
Amending Time Limits. The time limits fixed in this grievance procedure may be altered by mutual consent of the parties, but the same must be in writing and will not be unreasonably denied.
Amending Time Limits. ‌ If a party fails to comply with the time limits in Articles 9.02, 9.03, 9.06 (Step 2) and 9.07, then the grievance shall be considered abandoned, unless the parties have agreed, in writing, to extend the time limits or as otherwise ordered by an arbitrator or Registrar of the BCHOA. Both parties will endeavour to meet the timelines, however, where it is not possible for one party to do so, agreement to extend the timeline will not be unreasonably withheld by the other party.