Australian Capital Territory Sample Clauses

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Australian Capital Territory. The bilateral agreement between the Australian Capital Territory and the Australian Government focuses on the Future of Education Strategy as the main element for the reform plan to support students, student learning and achievement. In February 2017, Yvette Berry, the Minister for Education and Early Childhood Development, announced the Future of Education conversation consisting of three phases: conducting a community conversation to discuss and generate ideas; testing key themes with the community; and creating the policy direction. A small group of community partners was formed to provide advice to the Minister and the ACT Education Directorate, and a group of experts was established to facilitate the conversation with school communities. Over 4,500 responses were submitted by school communities, parents, teachers, students, community organisations and the public during the first phase held in April and May of 2017. Analysis of the feedback identified nine themes: learning for the future; transitions; individualised learning; consistency between schools; real life skills; opportunities and pathways for all; what we should be measuring and evaluating; collaboration and support to meet student needs; and valuing educators. A tenth theme, relating to inclusion, was identified during previous consultations with stakeholder groups. A literature review involved cross-referencing the responses from the consultation, and the publication of a research report. A discussion paper was released in June 2017, and an early childhood strategy discussion paper was released in November 2017. Held in March 2018, the second phase involved about 150 participants attending a three-hour workshop held at Charles Weston School in Coombs. The participants provided feedback about the four foundations, developed single policy objectives, important policy directions and short- and long-term actions for the four foundations. A workforce discussion paper released in May 2018 led to more than 700 teachers responding to a workforce survey. The third phase to develop the policy direction involved drafting the Future of Education Strategy between April and June of 2018. The Future of Education Strategy was approved by the Legislative Assembly in August 2018, and distributed to stakeholders for discussion focusing on the development of the implementation plan for the first phase. The Future of Education Strategy sets out four foundations, four principles for implementing the Strategy, an...
Australian Capital Territory. The following rates of pay in this clause shall apply to employees throughout the term of this Agreement from the dates specified. The rates of pay published for casual employees are inclusive of casual loading. Australian Capital Territory – Level 2 (24th June 2013 & 1st July 2014) First full pay period commencing on or after 24th June 2013 First full pay period commencing on or after 1st July 2014 Age Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual 21+ $725.68 $19.10 $23.30 $751.08 $19.77 $24.31 20 $653.11 $17.19 $20.97 $675.97 $17.79 $21.88 19 $580.54 $15.28 $18.64 $600.86 $15.81 $19.45 18 $507.98 $13.37 $16.31 $525.75 $13.84 $17.02 17 $435.41 $11.46 $13.98 $450.65 $11.86 $14.59 16 $362.84 $9.55 $11.65 $375.54 $9.88 $12.16 15 $290.27 $7.64 $9.32 $300.43 $7.91 $9.72 14 and under $290.27 $7.64 $9.32 $300.43 $7.91 $9.72 Australian Capital Territory – Level 2 (1st July 2015 & 1st July 2016) First full pay period commencing on or after 1st July 2015 First full pay period commencing on or after 1st July 2016 Age Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual 21+ $778.87 $20.50 $25.42 $807.69 $21.25 $26.57 20 $700.98 $18.45 $22.87 $726.92 $19.13 $23.91 19 $623.09 $16.40 $20.33 $646.15 $17.00 $21.25 18 $545.21 $14.35 $17.79 $565.38 $14.88 $18.60 17 $467.32 $12.30 $15.25 $484.61 $12.75 $15.94 16 $389.43 $10.25 $12.71 $403.84 $10.63 $13.28 15 $311.55 $8.20 $10.17 $323.07 $8.50 $10.63 14 and under $311.55 $8.20 $10.17 $323.07 $8.50 $10.63 (24th June 2013 & 1st July 2014) First full pay period commencing on or after 24th June 2013 First full pay period commencing on or after 1st July 2014 Age Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual 21+ $760.73 $20.02 $24.42 $787.36 $20.72 $25.49 20 $684.66 $18.02 $21.98 $708.62 $18.65 $22.94 19 $608.58 $16.02 $19.54 $629.89 $16.58 $20.39 18 $532.51 $14.01 $17.10 $551.15 $14.50 $17.84 17 $456.44 $12.01 $14.65 $472.41 $12.43 $15.29 16 $380.37 $10.01 $12.21 $393.68 $10.36 $12.74 15 $304.29 $8.01 $9.77 $314.94 $8.29 $10.19 14 and under $304.29 $8.01 $9.77 $314.94 $8.29 $10.19 Australian Capital Territory – Level 3 (1st July 2015 & 1st July 2016) First full pay period commencing on or after 1st July 2015 First full pay period commencing on or after 1st July 2016 Age Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual 21+ $816.49 $21.49 $26.64 $846.70 $22.28 $27.85 20 $734.84 $19.34 $23.98 $762.03 $20.05 $25.07 19 $653.19 $17.19 $21.31 $677.36 $17.83 $22.28 18 $571.54 $15.04 $18.65 $592.69 $15.60 $19.50 17 $489.89 $12.89 $15.99 $508.02 $13.37 $16.71 16 $40...
Australian Capital Territory. 6.5 The Employee warrants that he/she has received independent legal advice with respect to the provisions of this Clause 6.
Australian Capital Territory. Restrained Business means a business or activity which is the same as or similar to or competitive with the Business.
Australian Capital Territory. 17.5 The restraint pursuant to subclause 17.1, insofar as it relates to:

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Europe In Great Britain, future expenditure on closed and current landfill sites has been assessed and quantified over the period in which the sites are considered to have the potential to cause environmental harm, generally consistent with the regulator view of up to 60 years from the date of closure. The assessed expenditure relates to the costs of monitoring the sites and the installation, repair and renewal of environmental infrastructure. The costs have been quantified on a net present value basis in the amount of approximately £122 million, and an accounting provision for this sum has been made at 31 December 2007. In 2003, the European Union adopted a directive implementing the Kyoto Protocol on climate change and establishing a greenhouse gas emissions allowance trading scheme within the European Union. The directive requires Member States to impose binding caps on carbon dioxide emissions from installations involved in energy activities, the production and processing of ferrous metals, the mineral industry (including cement production) and the pulp, paper or board production business. Under this scheme, companies with operations in these sectors receive from the relevant Member States allowances that set limitations on the levels of greenhouse gas emissions from their installations. These allowances are tradable so as to enable companies that manage to reduce their emissions to sell their excess allowances to companies that are not reaching their emissions objectives. Companies can also use credits issued from the use of the flexibility mechanisms under the Kyoto protocol to fulfill their European obligations. These flexibility mechanisms provide that credits (equivalent to allowances) can be obtained by companies for projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions in emerging markets. These projects are referred to as Clean Development Mechanism (“CDM”) or joint implementation projects depending on the countries where they take place. Failure to meet the emissions caps is subject to heavy penalties. Companies can also use, up to a certain level, credits issued under the flexible mechanisms of the Kyoto protocol to fulfill their European obligations. Credits for Emission Reduction projects obtained under these mechanisms are recognized, up to a certain level, under the European emission trading scheme as allowances. To obtain these emission reduction credits, companies must comply with very specific and restrictive requirements from the United Nations Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC). As required by directive, each of the Member States established a National Allocations Plan, or NAP, setting out the allowance allocations for each industrial facility for Phase I, from 2005 to 2007. Based on the NAPs established by the Member States of the European Union for the 2005 to 2007 period and our actual production, on a consolidated basis after trading allowances between our operations in countries with a deficit of allowances and our operations in countries with an excess of allowances, and after some external operations, Borrower’s Subsidiaries had a surplus of allowances of approximately 1,050,054 tons of carbon dioxide in this Phase I. For Phase II, comprising 2008 through 2012, however, there has been a reduction in the allowances granted by the Member States that have already approved their NAP, which may result in a consolidated deficit in our carbon dioxide allowances during the period. We believe we may be able to reduce the impact of any deficit by either reducing carbon dioxide emissions in our facilities or by obtaining additional emission credits through the implementation of CDM projects. If we are not successful in implementing emission reductions in our facilities or obtaining credits from CDM projects, we may have to purchase a significant amount of emission credits in the market, because CEMEX has already sold a substantial amount of allowances for Phase II, the cost of which may have an impact on our operating results. As of 1 December 2008, the market value of carbon dioxide allowances for Phase II was approximately 15.45 € per ton. CEMEX is taking all the measures to minimize our exposure to this market while assuring the supply of our products to our clients. The Spanish NAP has been finally approved by the Spanish Government, reflecting the conditions that were set forth by the European Commission. The allocations made to our installations allow us to foresee certain availability of allowances, nevertheless, there remains the uncertainty regarding the allocations that, against the reserve for new entrants, shall be requested for the new CEMEX cement plant in Andorra (Teruel), and that it is scheduled to start operating in 2010. On 29 May 2007, the Polish government filed an appeal before the Court of First Instance in Luxemburg regarding the European Commission’s rejection of the initial version of the Polish NAP. The Court has denied Poland’s request for a quick path verdict in the case, keeping the case in the regular proceeding path, therefore, the Polish government has started to prepare Polish internal rules on division of allowance at the level already accepted by the European Commission. Seven major Polish cement producers, representing 98% of Polish cement production (including CEMEX Polska), have also filed seven separate appeals before the Court of First Instance regarding the European Commission’s rejection. On 29 September 2008 the Court of the First Instance issued an order rejecting CEMEX Polska’s appeal without going into the merit of the case. As of 31 December 2008 the final version of the Polish NAP has not been cleared by the Commission; CEMEX has not determined the impact this may have on CEMEX’s position in the country.
Japan (i) The Securities have not been and will not be registered under the Financial Instruments and Exchange Law of Japan (the “FIEA”). Each Underwriter represents and agrees that it has not and will not offer or sell, directly or indirectly, any of the Securities in Japan or to, or for the account or benefit of, any resident of Japan (including any corporation or other entity organized under the laws of Japan), or to, or for the account or benefit of, any resident of Japan for reoffering or resale, directly or indirectly, in Japan or to, or for the account or benefit of, any resident of Japan except (1) pursuant to an exemption from the registration requirements of, or otherwise in compliance with, the FIEA and (2) in compliance with any other applicable laws, regulations and governmental guidelines of Japan.
MERCURY ADDED CONSUMER PRODUCTS Contractor agrees that it will not sell or distribute fever thermometers containing mercury or any products containing elemental mercury for any purpose under this Contract.
International Olympic Committee; International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement As instructed from time to time by ICANN, the names (including their IDN variants, where applicable) relating to the International Olympic Committee, International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement listed at http://www.icann.org/en/resources/registries/reserved shall be withheld from registration or allocated to Registry Operator at the second level within the TLD. Additional International Olympic Committee, International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement names (including their IDN variants) may be added to the list upon ten (10) calendar days notice from ICANN to Registry Operator. Such names may not be activated in the DNS, and may not be released for registration to any person or entity other than Registry Operator. Upon conclusion of Registry Operator’s designation as operator of the registry for the TLD, all such names withheld from registration or allocated to Registry Operator shall be transferred as specified by ICANN. Registry Operator may self-­‐allocate and renew such names without use of an ICANN accredited registrar, which will not be considered Transactions for purposes of Section 6.1 of the Agreement.
Competitive Products In furtherance of its best efforts duties, and in recognition of the unique healthcare and related responsibilities in connection with the distribution of the Products, during the Term of this Agreement and for six (6) months thereafter, Distributor shall not anywhere in the Territory market or sell any product or material that performs substantially the same function as, or competes with, the Products as defined in Schedule 1. During the Term and for five (5) years thereafter, Distributor shall not manufacture or reproduce, or cause to be manufactured or reproduced, anywhere in the Territory any product or material that performs substantially the same function as, or competes with, the Products, without limitation on the exercise by Manufacturer of its industrial and intellectual property rights.
Special Permit from Relevant Ministerial/ Government Agencies and Foreign Capital Ownership Limitation Cultivation of Agricultural Germ Plasm, including food crops, horticulture, plantation, livestock (maximum foreign capital ownership 49%) with special permit from the Minister of Agriculture (ISIC 0111, 0112, 0113, 0121, 0122) Cultivation and Processing of Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) Products (maximum foreign capital ownership 49%) with special permit from the Minister of Agriculture (ISIC 0111, 0112, 0113, 0121, 0122) For each individual crop cultivation in an area of more than 25 hectares with special permit from the Minister of Agriculture: - Main food crops are corn, soy, peanuts, green beans, rice, cassava, sweet potato (maximum foreign capital ownership 49%) (ISIC 0111, 0112) - Other food crops are wheat, oats, barley, rye, millet, taro, and other food crops not classified elsewhere (maximum foreign capital ownership 95%) (ISIC 0111, 0112). For each individual crop culturing medium/nursery business with special permit from the Minister of Agriculture: - Main food crops are corn, soy, peanuts, green beans, rice, cassava, sweet potato (maximum foreign capital ownership 49%) (ISIC 0111, 0112) - Other food crops are wheat, oats, barley, rye, millet, taro, and other food crops not classified elsewhere (maximum foreign capital ownership 95%) (ISIC 0111, 0112). Estate Crops Plantation with an area equal to or more than 25 Hectares until a certain area stipulated in Regulation of Minister of Agriculture Number 26 of 2007, is subject to a maximum foreign capital ownership 95% and a special permit from the Minister of Agriculture :
India 10.1 Items for Which IBM May Be Liable The following replaces the terms of Items 1 and 2 of the first paragraph:
Insolvency and Country Risk The Custodian shall in no event be liable for (a) the insolvency of any Eligible Foreign Custodian, (b) the insolvency of any depositary bank maintaining in a deposit account cash denominated in any currency other than an “on book” currency, or (c) any loss, cost or expense incurred or sustained by a Fund or Portfolio resulting from or caused by Country Risk.
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Territory 43.1 This Agreement applies to the territory in which Verizon operates as an Incumbent Local Exchange Carrier in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Verizon shall be obligated to provide Services under this Agreement only within this territory.