Approval and Order of Dismissal Sample Clauses

Approval and Order of Dismissal 

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  • Approval and Completion If any dispute regarding the design of the Tenant Improvements is not settled within 10 business days after notice of such dispute is delivered by one party to the other, Tenant may make the final decision regarding the design of the Tenant Improvements, provided (i) Tenant acts reasonably and such final decision is either consistent with or a compromise between Landlord’s and Tenant’s positions with respect to such dispute, (ii) that all costs and expenses resulting from any such decision by Tenant shall be payable out of the TI Fund (as defined in Section 5(d) below), and (iii) Tenant’s decision will not affect the base Building, structural components of the Building or any Building systems (in which case Landlord shall make the final decision). Any changes to the TI Construction Drawings following Landlord’s and Tenant’s approval of same requested by Tenant shall be processed as provided in Section 4 hereof.

  • Dismissal and Suspension (a) The Employer may dismiss or suspend for just cause any employee who has completed their probationary period. Notice of dismissal or suspension will be in writing and will set forth the reasons for dismissal or suspension and an employee will have the right to have a steward present, providing that this does not result in an undue delay of the appropriate action being taken. A copy of the written notice of suspension or dismissal will be forwarded to the President of the Union or the designated staff representative within five working days.

  • Dismissal and Suspension Grievance All dismissals and suspensions will be subject to formal grievance procedure under Article 8. A copy of the written notice of dismissal or suspension shall be forwarded to the President of the Union within five (5) days of the action being taken.

  • Final Approval Hearing 61. The Parties will jointly request that the Court hold a Final Approval Hearing. At the Final Approval Hearing, the Parties will request that the Court consider whether the Settlement Class should be certified as a class pursuant to 735 ILCS § 5/2-801 for settlement and, if so, (i) consider any properly-filed objections, (ii) determine whether the Settlement is fair, reasonable and adequate, was entered into in good faith and without collusion, and should be approved, and shall provide findings in connections therewith, and (iii) enter the Final Approval Order, including final approval of the Settlement Class and the Settlement Agreement, and a Fee Award.

  • Approval Order The Approval Order shall have been entered by the Bankruptcy Court.

  • Dismissal of Litigation Within five (5) days of the Effective Date, Summit, VISX and Pillar Point shall cause all of the Summit/VISX Litigation (as hereinafter defined) to be dismissed with prejudice, with each party to bear its own costs and attorneys' fees. As used herein, "Summit/VISX Litigation" means VISX Partner, Inc. v. Summit Partner, Inc., Santa Clara County Superior Court, Case No. CV 772057; VISX, Incorporated v. Pillar Point Partners, et al., Santa Clara County Superior Court, Case No. 770042; and VISX Partner, Inc., on behalf Pillar Point Partners, United States District Court, District Of Massachusetts, Case No. 96-11739-PBS. The term "Summit/VISX Litigation" includes all counterclaims, cross-claims and the like asserted in the foregoing actions.

  • Preliminary Approval Order “Preliminary Approval Order” means the Order entered by the Court preliminarily approving the terms and conditions of this Agreement, and directing the manner and timing of providing Notices to the Class Members.

  • Notice of Litigation and Judgments The Borrower will give notice to the Agent in writing within five (5) Business Days of becoming aware of any litigation or proceedings threatened in writing or any pending litigation and proceedings affecting the Borrower, any Guarantor or any of their respective Subsidiaries or to which the Borrower, any Guarantor or any of their respective Subsidiaries is or is to become a party involving an uninsured claim against the Borrower, any Guarantor or any of their respective Subsidiaries that could either reasonably be expected to cause a Default or could reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect and stating the nature and status of such litigation or proceedings. The Borrower will give notice to the Agent, in writing, in form and detail reasonably satisfactory to the Agent and each of the Lenders, within ten (10) days of any judgment not covered by insurance, whether final or otherwise, against the Borrower or any of their respective Subsidiaries in an amount in excess of $10,000,000.00.

  • Waiver of Notice; Approval of Meeting; Approval of Minutes The transactions of any meeting of Limited Partners, however called and noticed, and whenever held, shall be as valid as if it had occurred at a meeting duly held after regular call and notice, if a quorum is present either in person or by proxy. Attendance of a Limited Partner at a meeting shall constitute a waiver of notice of the meeting, except when the Limited Partner attends the meeting for the express purpose of objecting, at the beginning of the meeting, to the transaction of any business because the meeting is not lawfully called or convened; and except that attendance at a meeting is not a waiver of any right to disapprove the consideration of matters required to be included in the notice of the meeting, but not so included, if the disapproval is expressly made at the meeting.

  • Arbitration Decisions Unless otherwise agreed by the Parties, the arbitrator(s) shall render a decision within ninety (90) Calendar Days of appointment and shall notify the Parties in writing of such decision and the reasons therefor. The arbitrator(s) shall be authorized only to interpret and apply the provisions of this LGIA and shall have no power to modify or change any provision of this Agreement in any manner. The decision of the arbitrator(s) shall be final and binding upon the Parties, and judgment on the award may be entered in any court having jurisdiction. The decision of the arbitrator(s) may be appealed solely on the grounds that the conduct of the arbitrator(s), or the decision itself, violated the standards set forth in the Federal Arbitration Act or the Administrative Dispute Resolution Act. The final decision of the arbitrator(s) must also be filed with FERC if it affects jurisdictional rates, terms and conditions of service, Interconnection Facilities, or Network Upgrades.