Basic Information. The Agent will thoroughly familiarize itself with the character, location, construction, layout, plan and operation of the Project, and especially the electrical, plumbing, air-conditioning and ventilating systems, the elevators and all other mechanical equipment.
Basic Information. The Employer shall provide the Union with the following information in writing for each employee who is in the bargaining unit employed at the effective date of this contract (only as to information described in e and f below) and, on the date of hire for each employee subsequently hired, or later if relevant:
Basic Information. 1. Why did I get this Notice package? Either you or someone in your family appears to have been a participant in or beneficiary of one of the Plans and to have had a portion of your, his, or her Plan account(s) invested in the Xerox Stock Fund during the Class Period. The Court has directed that this Notice be sent to you because, as a potential Settlement Class member, you have a right to know about the proposed Settlement before the Court decides whether to approve it. If the Court approves the Settlement, and all objections and appeals are favorably resolved, the net amount of the Settlement Fund will be allocated among Class members according to a court-approved Plan of Allocation. This Notice explains the Action, the Settlement, your legal rights, what benefits are available, who is eligible for them, and how you will receive your portion of the benefits. In addition, this Notice informs you of a hearing (the “Fairness Hearing”) to be held at : _.m. on , 2009 before the Xxxxxxxxx Xxxxx X. Thompson in the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut, Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx Federal Building, 000 Xxxx Xxxxxx, Xxxxxxxx, XX 00000 to consider the fairness, reasonableness and adequacy of the proposed Settlement and to consider the application of Co-Lead Counsel for their attorneys’ fees and reimbursement of litigation expenses as well as an application for case contribution awards to the Named Plaintiffs. The issuance of this Notice is not an expression of the Court’s opinion on the merits of any claim in the Action. If the Court approves the Settlement, payment to the Class will be made after all objections and appeals, if any, are favorably resolved. If there are any objections or appeals, resolving them can take time, so please be patient.
Basic Information. The selected dining plan is non-transferable, either in part or whole. • The participant must present his/her DukeCard to the cashier at the time of purchase. • Account statements can be accessed online at xxxxxxxx.xxxx.xxx. You can view detailed information for the current period and statements for the past six months. Questions concerning transaction records or the status of an account should be referred to the DukeCard Office. • The participant should immediately go online and suspend their card to protect them from unauthorized use if they have misplaced their card or if their card number has been compromised. Duke Dining will not assume responsibility for unauthorized transactions. • Duke Dining, a department of Student Affairs, reserves the right to determine menus, prices, hours, days of operation, and other operational practices for all Duke Dining affiliated facilities. • Misuse of the dining plan is subject to the provisions of Duke University Judicial Code. DINING PLAN CHANGES: • Recognized Change Period dates are listed in the table below. • A participant moving off campus may convert to a non- residential dining plan within the change period timeframe. • A participant requesting a dining plan change on religious or medical grounds will be referred to the Student Disability Access Office (XXXX) who will then make a recommendation to Duke Dining Administration. Based on this recommendation and further research, the Duke Dining Administration Office will make the final decision. • A participant requesting a change for any other reason must contact the Duke Dining Administration Office. All decisions are final. REFUND POLICY: • Duke University does not provide refunds for unused Food Points. CANCELLATION POLICY: • A participant who withdraws from classes or takes a leave of absence (as certified by the Registrar, Residential Life, or an appropriate xxxx) should contact Duke Dining. • Cancellation of the spring plan will result in forfeiture of any unused fall Food Points. DINING PLAN CHANGE PERIODS Fall 2021 Spring 2022 Selection/Change Period April 19, 2021 (Mon) – August 6, 2021 (Fri) October 4, 2021 – December 10, 2021 (Fri) at 11:59pm Final Time for Changes August 6, 2021 (Fri) at 11:59pm December 10, 2021 (Fri) at 11:59pm DINING PLAN OPTIONS (cost per semester) A $2,391 + $25 Dining fee B $2,866 + $25 Dining fee C $3,174 + $25 Dining fee D $3,406 + $25 Dining fee E $3,714 + $25 Dining fee J $1,691 + $25 Dining fee F $783 + $25 Dining fee *Doe...
Basic Information. ▪ The Dining Plan is non-transferable, either in part or whole. ▪ The participant must present his/her DukeCard (Duke University’s ID card) to the cashier at the time of purchase. ▪ Account statements can be accessed online at xxxxxxxx.xxxx.xxx. You can view detailed information for the current period and statements for the past six months. Questions concerning transaction records or the status of an account should be referred to the DukeCard Office. ▪ The participant should immediately report a lost DukeCard to the DukeCard Office to protect the account from unauthorized use. ▪ Duke Dining Services, a division of Student Affairs, reserves the right to determine menus, prices, hours, days of operation, and other operational practices for all dining facilities. ▪ The participant can pay for a guest’s transaction only when present at the time of purchase (by using Food Points). Misuse of the Dining Plan is subject to the provisions of the Duke University Judicial Code. Dining Plan Changes: ▪ Recognized Change Period dates are listed in the table below. ▪ Dining Plan costs will be charged to the participant’s Bursar bill during the Selection/Change Period prior to each semester. For changes made after the Selection/Change Period, the participant’s original Dining Plan will appear on the Bursar statement and will be corrected in subsequent statements. ▪ A $20 processing fee applies to any Dining Plan change processed at any time after Open Selection (the Fall Primary Change Period) has closed, but will be waived if the participant changes to a larger Dining Plan. ▪ A participant moving off campus may convert to a non-residential dining plan without penalty. ▪ A participant requesting a Dining Plan change on religious or medical grounds will be referred to the Student Health Center, who will then make a recommendation to the Dining Services Director. Based on this recommendation and further research, the Director will make the final decision. ▪ A participant requesting a change for any other reason must contact the Duke Dining Services Administrative office. Decisions of this office are final. Refund Policy : ▪ Duke University does not provide refunds for unused food points.
Basic Information. As soon as possible, the Owner will furnish the ----------------- Agent with a complete set of plans and specifications approved by the Secretary and copies of all guarantees and warrantees pertinent to construction, fixtures and equipment. With the aid of this information and through inspection by competent personnel, the Agent will thoroughly familiarize itself with the character, location, construction, layout, plan and operation of the Project, and especially the electrical, heating, plumbing, air-conditioning and ventilating Systems, and all other mechanical equipment.
Basic Information. A Court authorized this notice because you have a right to know about a proposed Settlement of this class action lawsuit and about all of your options, before the Court decides whether to give final approval to the Settlement. This Notice explains the lawsuit, the Settlement, and your legal rights.
Basic Information. The purpose of this Notice is to inform you that a proposed Settlement has been reached in the putative class action lawsuit entitled Xxxxx Xxxxxx, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated v. The Zack Group, Inc. and Xxxx Care, LLC, United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri, Case No. 4:18-cv-00628-FJG. Because your rights will be affected by this Settlement, it is extremely important that you read this Notice carefully. This Notice summarizes the settlement and your rights under it. If you received an email or postcard describing this settlement, it is because Xxxx Care’s records indicate that you may be a member of the Settlement Class. You are a member of the Settlement Class if you are one of the persons who, without express consent, received text messages from Defendants regarding their employment opportunities, within four years before August 14, 2018. Excluded from the Settlement Class are the Judge to whom the Action is assigned and any member of the Court’s staff and immediate family, and all persons who have been identified in the call data produced in this litigation bearing the litigation who are validly excluded from the Settlement Class. In a class action, one or more people called Class Representatives (here, Plaintiff) xxx on behalf of people who allegedly have similar claims. This group is called a class and the persons included are called class members. One court resolves the issues for all of the class members, except for those who exclude themselves from the class. Here, Plaintiff alleges that the Defendants violated the TCPA by sending text messages regarding employment opportunities to cellular telephones, using a telephone dialing system substantially the same as used to text the Plaintiff, without prior express consent. The Defendants deny these allegations, deny violating the TCPA or any other laws, deny using an automatic telephone dialing system, and deny any claim of wrongdoing. The Court has conditionally certified a class action for settlement purposes only. The Xxxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx X. Gaitan, Jr. is in charge of this action. The Court did not decide in favor of Plaintiff or the Defendants. Instead, Plaintiff, Defendants, and their insurer agreed to this settlement. That way, they avoid the risk and cost of a trial, and the Settlement Class members will receive compensation. Plaintiff and Class Counsel think the settlement is best for all persons in the Settlement Class.