ATTACHMENT B Sample Clauses

ATTACHMENT B. Applicable California Vehicle Code and Civil Code Provisions Note: Many California laws, which govern a tow Operator’s business and vehicle operations, are included in this attachment. The is list of California statutes included herein is intended as a general guide only and is not meant to be considered all-inclusive. It is the tow Operator’s responsibility to know and comply with all federal and state statutes and all local ordinances relating to his/her business operations, including those that are referred to in this document and those that are not; any new statutes or ordinances that are subsequently adopted; and any amendments, repeals, or modifications of existing statutes and ordinances, including but not limited to those described in this attachment.
ATTACHMENT B. The San Diego Workforce Partnership Miscellaneous Provisions dated Insert date (“Miscellaneous Provisions”);
ATTACHMENT B to Master Price Agreement by and between VENDOR and PURCHASER. ADDITIONAL SELLER WARRANTIES To the extent possible, Vendor will make available all warranties from third party manufacturers of Products not manufactured by Vendor, as well as any warranties identified in this Agreement and Vendor’s Proposal. ATTACHMENT C to Master Price Agreement by and between VENDOR and PURCHASER. PARTICIPATING AGENCIES The Lead Contracting Agency in cooperation with National Purchasing Partners (NPPGov) entered into this Agreement on behalf of other government agencies that desire to access this Agreement to purchase Products and Services. Vendor must work directly with any Participating Agency concerning the placement of orders, issuance of the purchase orders, contractual disputes, invoicing, and payment. The Lead Contracting Agency shall not be held liable for any costs, damages, etc., incurred by any Participating Agency. Any subsequent contract entered into between Vendor and any Participating Agency shall be construed to be in accordance with and governed by the laws of the state in which the Participating Agency exists. Each Participating Agency is required to execute an Intergovernmental Cooperative Purchasing Agreement (“IGA”), as set forth on the NPPGov web site, The IGA allows the Participating Agency to purchase Products and Services from the Vendor in accordance with each Participating Agency’s legal requirements as if it were the “Purchaser” hereunder.
ATTACHMENT B to Master Price Agreement by and between VENDOR and PURCHASER.
ATTACHMENT B. The IEDC is implementing and managing the Small Business Restart Grant program (“the Program”). The purpose of the Program is to help accelerate the speed of economic recovery activity by providing working capital to cover certain expenses related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic. Indiana businesses with the following qualifications are eligible: • Fewer than 50 employees at the end of 2019 • Less than $5 million in annual revenue at the end of 2019 • Demonstrated profitability in 2019 • Demonstrated minimum 40% drop in revenue (month over month) Eligible businesses can be reimbursed for up to 80% of qualified expenses for business interruption up to: • $2,500 for each month in which the business demonstrates a revenue loss of at least 40% • $5,000 for each month in which the business demonstrates a revenue loss of at least 80% • $10,000 per company Businesses that received funds through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) or Community Development Block Grant – OCRA programs are ineligible to participate in this Program. Applications will be accepted from June 3 through Sept. 30, pending the availability of funds. Program budget: • $30,000,000 in direct grant funding • $200,000 in grant administration • $130,000 for application review support • $1,600,000 for marketing Of the $30 million allocated to the fund, at least $5 million will be reserved for certified minority- and women-owned businesses. SBA-IEDC MOU Regarding CARES Act Relief Programs This is an Amendment to the Memorandum of Understanding (the “MOU”) entered into by and between the Indiana State Budget Agency (“SBA”) and the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (“IEDC”). In consideration of the mutual undertakings and covenants hereinafter set forth, the parties agree as follows:
ATTACHMENT B. For purposes of Section 6.2.1 of this Agreement, the term "
ATTACHMENT B. Budget (Revised March 2019) is hereby deleted in its entirety and replaced with Attachment B – Budget (Revised September 2020).
ATTACHMENT B. PERSONAL LEAVE REQUEST‌ I request personal leave for the following period: The scheduled meetings of courses for which I am responsible will meet and be conducted by the person(s) I have listed at no expense to the university. I understand that I will receive a response to this request within five working days of its filing and I certify that the leave will not be used for recreational purposes. I further understand that failure to respond to the request on time constitutes approval.