Applicable Policy Sample Clauses

Applicable Policy. (b) When providing the Services, the HSP will meet the Performance Standards and conditions identified in Schedule D and any applicable Project Funding Agreements.
Applicable Policy. (b) When providing the Services, the HSP will meet the Performance Standards and conditions identified in Schedule D.
Applicable Policy. (b) Unless otherwise provided in this Agreement, the HSP will not reduce, stop, start, expand, cease to provide or transfer the provision of the Services at any Home except with Notice to the LHIN and if required by Applicable Law or Applicable Policy, the prior written consent of the LHIN.
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  • Title Policy The Title Company shall be prepared to issue, upon payment of the title premium at its regular rates, a title policy in the amount of the Purchase Price, insuring title to the Property is vested in the Purchaser or its designee or assignee, subject only to the Permitted Exceptions, with such endorsements as shall be reasonably required by the Purchaser.

  • Acceptable Use Policy Buyer Protection Policy • Seller Protection Policy • All future changes notified in the Policy Update already published on the “Legal Agreements” page. Please read carefully all of the terms and conditions of this user agreement and each of the other documents that apply to you. We may revise this user agreement and any of the documents listed above from time to time. The revised version will be effective at the time we post it, unless otherwise noted. If our changes reduce your rights or increase your responsibilities we will post a notice on the Policy Updates page of our website and provide notice to you of at least 60 days. By continuing to use our services after any changes to this user agreement take effect, you agree to be bound by those changes. If you do not agree with any changes, you may close your account before the changes take effect. 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Personal accounts With a personal account you can send and request money from friends and family and pay online for purchases. Holders of certain existing personal accounts may be required to upgrade their accounts (which may include providing further information to PayPal) in order to be able to use all of the current functionality available in a personal account. To use your PayPal account primarily to sell things, you must open a business account or convert your personal account to a business account. Business accounts Business accounts are for people and organisations (whether incorporated or not) that primarily use PayPal to receive online payments for sales or donations. Business accounts may be subject to fees that differ from the fees applicable to personal accounts. See our Fees for further details. By opening a business account or converting a personal account to a business account, you certify to us that you are using it primarily for a business or commercial purpose. Commercial Entity Status If the activity through your business account reaches certain thresholds or involves certain business segments or activities, you are required by the card networks to agree to Commercial Entity Agreements directly with our processing partners to allow you to continue accepting card-funded payments. In this case, these Commercial Entity Agreements will apply to any payment processed by PayPal on your behalf in addition to this user agreement. Safe use of your PayPal account You should take reasonable steps to stop your PayPal account being misused. You must maintain adequate security and control of any and all devices, items, IDs, passwords and personal identification numbers / codes that you use to access your PayPal account and the PayPal services. Please see our Key Payment and Service Information for guidelines. You must comply with all reasonable instructions we may issue regarding how you can keep your Payment Instrument safe. We may require you to authenticate any instruction relating to your account (i.e. give us the information that we need to be sure that it’s you giving us the instruction, such as submitting your correct log-in information – this could include your e-mail address and password) and otherwise successfully log into your PayPal account to provide to us your instruction. You must keep your postal address, email address and other contact information current in your PayPal account profile. You may expressly grant, remove and manage permissions for some third parties to take certain actions on your behalf. In some cases you can do this when logged into your account – in other cases you can do this directly with the third party. You acknowledge that if you grant permission for a third party to take actions on your behalf, we may disclose certain information about your Account to this third party. You may permit third party service providers licensed by applicable law to: • provide account information services to access information about your account on your behalf; • confirm whether an amount necessary for the execution of a card-based payment transaction is available on your account; or • provide payment initiation services to initiate payments from your account on your behalf. Granting permission to any third party to access your account in any way does not relieve you of any of your responsibilities under this user agreement. You are liable to us for the actions that you authorise the third parties to carry out. You will not hold us responsible for, and you will indemnify us from, any liability arising from the actions or inactions of such third parties in connection with the permissions you granted, subject to your mandatory legal rights. Closing Your PayPal Account You can close your account at any time. See the PayPal Help Centre for how to do this. We may close your account at our convenience by providing you with two months’ prior notice. We may also close your account at any time if:

  • Insurance Policy The Employer agrees to remit to the Union an amount to be applied toward the payment of a premium by the Union for an insurance policy which provides a defense attorney to represent all members of the bargaining unit when they are charged with a criminal act that results from events occurring while the bargaining unit member was acting in an official capacity. The maximum amount payable during the term of the Agreement shall be seven dollars ($7.00) per member per month.

  • Letter of Credit Facility (a) Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement and in reliance upon the representations, warranties and covenants set forth herein, (i) First Chicago shall issue commercial letters of credit and (ii) First Chicago shall issue or any other Lender, in its sole discretion, may issue standby letters of credit, in each case for the account of the Borrower (First Chicago and each such other Lender in such capacity being referred to as an "Issuing Lender"), on terms as are satisfactory to such Issuing Lender upon three (3) days' notice and receipt of duly executed applications for such Letter of Credit, and such other customary documents, instructions and agreements as may be required pursuant to the terms thereof (all such applications, documents, instructions, and agreements being referred to herein as the "L/C Documents") as the applicable Issuing Lender may require; provided, however, that no Letter of Credit will be issued (or amended) for the account of the Borrower by an Issuing Lender if on the date of issuance, before or after taking such Letter of Credit into account, (A) the Revolving Loan Obligations at such time would exceed the Aggregate Revolving Loan Commitment at such time, (B) the Revolving Loan Obligations (other than L/C Obligations in respect of commercial Letters of Credit) at such time would exceed the Borrowing Base at such time, (C) aggregate outstanding amount of the L/C Obligations in respect of standby Letters of Credit exceeds $5,000,000 plus the amount outstanding under the Backstop Letter of Credit only so long as the Backstop Letter of Credit remains outstanding, or (C) the aggregate outstanding amount of the L/C Obligations in respect of commercial Letters of Credit exceeds $40,000,000; and provided, further, that no Letter of Credit shall be issued (or amended) which has an expiration date later than the date which is the earlier of one (1) year after the date of issuance thereof or five (5) Business Days immediately preceding the Termination Date. There shall be no Issuing Lender other than the Agent with respect to commercial Letters of Credit. The designation of any Lender as an Issuing Lender after the date hereof with respect to standby Letters of Credit shall be subject to the prior written consent of the Agent. If the Borrower applies for a standby Letter of Credit from any Lender other than First Chicago, the Borrower shall simultaneously notify the Agent of the proposed amount, expiration date and nature of such Letter of Credit. The Agent shall promptly notify the Lender to which such application has been made and the Borrower whether the issuance of such Letter of Credit would comply with the terms of this Section 2.21. Each Issuing Lender shall be entitled to assume that the applicable conditions set forth in Article IV hereof have been satisfied unless it shall have received notice to the contrary from the Agent or such Issuing Lender has knowledge that the applicable conditions have not been met. To the extent that any provision of any L/C Document cannot reasonably be construed to be consistent with this Agreement, requires greater collateral security or imposes additional obligations not reasonably related to customary letter of credit arrangements, such provision shall be invalid and this Agreement shall control. All references in the expense, indemnity and similar provisions of this Agreement to the Lenders shall include First Chicago and any other Lender in its capacity as an Issuing Lender. No Issuing Lender shall extend or amend any Letter of Credit unless the requirements of this Section 2.21 are met as though a new Letter of Credit was being requested and issued.