Box Sample Clauses

Box. The Centre will provide a box for mail addressed to the Local Union.
Box. If you have already used a Bulldog Box for a meal period, you can no longer take a Bulldog Box meal for that same period. Should you lose/misplace your Bulldog Box, a $5 replacement fee will be charged. In the event that a Bulldog Box container is returned but a to go meal is not requested at that time, a virtual token will be issued that can be redeemed later for take-out. Customers may fill their Bulldog Box container with the foods of their choice that are currently available during that service time but the lid must be able to close. Since most fruit does not fit into the container, all customers are allowed to take-out one piece as a part of their meal. Customers will be allowed to bring their own drink container to fill with a beverage of their choice. The Bulldog Box is not transferable to another meal plan user. Misuse of the program may result in loss of privileges. Signing up for the meal plan is not the same thing as admission to the University. You cannot participate in the meal plan unless you have a valid UGA ID Card and iris camera enrollment. This agreement is severable. That means that if any part of the agreement is invalid, the rest of the agreement is valid. Any Paw Points remaining unused at the end of each semester will be made available for use for up to one year from the date of your last PAW Points activity or at the point your UGA Card is deactivated, whichever comes first. Pandemic or other public health crisis, extraordinary weather or other natural disaster, acts of governmental authorities, or other events beyond the reasonable control of the University may require Dining Services to modify menu choices, service platforms, and service options, including but not limited to eliminating self-service, providing take-out meals only, and reducing or eliminating seating. I acknowledge that UGA Auxiliary and Dining Services will send occasional informational (ex. changes in operating hours, meal plan reminders, inclement weather notices) and promotional emails (ex. special events). Each email provides a one-click method to unsubscribe from the distribution list. Billing will be processed through your student account at the Bursar’s Office. Please agree to the terms relevant to the purchase choice that you have made. If you are under the age of 18, you are not legally allowed to agree to the terms of the contract online. You must contact Dining Services via email at to obtain a paper contract for you and your legal guard...
Box. 8.1.3 Environmental measures in non-environmental agreements Besides multilateral environmental agreements, important global agreements are linked to sustainable development of oceans and seas, such as the UN Convention of the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) adopted in 1982, entered into force in 1994 and ratified by most of the Mediterranean States. Part XII of this Convention is devoted to the protection and preservation of the marine environment. Protection of marine living resources belonging to strad- dling and highly migratory species is achieved through the United Nations Fish Stocks Agreement (UNFSA) (1995) also negotiated within the framework of the UN. While UNCLOS is implemented mostly through national action, recent initiatives by the UN General Assembly are considering more coordinated approaches to the governance and management of oceans, for instance in areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ). Regarding the governance of marine biodiversity in high seas, the UN at large has placed biodiversity conservation high on the global agenda towards an international legally binding instrument on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity of areas beyond national jurisdiction. In specialized areas, the work of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is notable. IMO has adopted widely ratified treaties on pollution of the marine environment by vessels (MARPOL, Ballast Water Convention), civil liability and compensation (CLC Convention) of damage (FUND Convention), ship recycling (Hong Kong Convention), and dumping (London Convention and Protocol). The FAO, apart from following the implementation of the UNFSA, has adopted treaties and soft law instruments to combat Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU) fishing, which include the Compliance Agreement, the Agreement on Port State Measures to combat IUU fishing, the International Plan of Action to Prevent, Deter and Eliminate Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing (FAO, 2001), and the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries, as well as sets of guidelines.
Box. Gardener has the right to use to Box (the “Box”) in the Garden, as identified in the Garden map attached to this agreement. Gardener may use the Box from to .
Box. The Servicer shall cause any payments made by means of automatic electronic funds transfer to be deposited directly into a Collection Account from each Obligor's relevant account. The Servicer shall effect a Collection Account Agreement substantially in the form of Exhibit VI with each bank party to a Collection Account at any time. In the case of any remittances received in any Lock-Box, P.O. Box or Collection Account that shall have been identified, to the satisfaction of the Servicer, to not constitute Collections or other proceeds of the Receivables or the Related Security, the Servicer shall promptly remit such items to the Person identified to it as being the owner of such remittances. From and after the date the Agent delivers a Collection Notice to any Collection Bank or a Postal Notice to any post office pursuant to Section 8.3, the Agent may request that the Servicer, and the Servicer XXXXXXXXX RECEIVABLES PURCHASE AGREEMENT thereupon promptly shall instruct all Obligors with respect to the Receivables, to remit all payments thereon to a new lock-box, post office box or depositary account specified by the Agent and, at all times thereafter, Seller and the Servicer shall not deposit or otherwise credit, and shall not permit any other Person to deposit or otherwise credit to such new lock-box, post office box or depositary account any cash or payment item other than Collections.
Box precautionary principles, environmental prejudice, non-regression on environmental regulations, en- vironmental prevention, and adopting effective legal 103 Climate change litigation and the role of civil society and administrative mechanisms to implement these principles; • building capacities for surveillance and intervention at land and sea, particularly offshore (ships and airplanes) and enlarge maritime surveillance to not only cover safety and security but also compliance with environmental regulations; • strengthening cooperation between judiciary and ad- ministrative bodies; • building capacities of judiciary and administrative re- sourcesalongtheenforcementchain,onenvironmental legal frameworks, jurisprudence, environmental and economic issues, with both a general awareness pro- gramme and specialized training; • developing cooperation and synergies with other MEA Compliance Committees in areas of common concern including joint activities to promote and facilitate compliance; • exploring the (potential) role of non-governmental actors, such as NGOs and broader civil society, in the enforcement of environmental regulation; and • developing judicial cooperation at the Mediterranean level. Several cases of judicial litigation have been recorded in EU Mediterranean countries, 40 of which were brought before the European Court of Justice, 13 in Spain and 4 in France (UNEP & Columbia University, 2017). One of the trends in climate change litigation is related to holding governments to their legislative and policy commitments, thereby enforcing climate engagements via legal action. The most famous of such cases took place in the Netherlands, where a Dutch environmental group, the Urgenda Foundation and 900 Dutch citizens sued the Dutch government to require it to do more to prevent global climate change. The court in the Hague agreed with the plaintiffs and ordered a limitation of greenhouse gas emissions to 25% below 1990 levels by 2020 finding the set goal of 17% to be insufficient with regard to the Paris Agreement. The court concluded that the state has a duty to take climate change mitigation measures due to the “severity of the consequences of climate change and the great risk of climate change occurring.” In reaching this conclusion, the court cited (without directly applying) Article 21 of the Dutch Constitution, EU emissions reduction targets, principles under the European Convention on Human Rights, the “no harm” principle of international law,...
Box potentially reduce the regulatory burden. Rather than general processes and statistics alone, evaluation at all stages of policy implementation should consider some practical applications on the ground, and discuss with practitioners to identify lessons learned, adaptations (to be) made during implementation, and bottlenecks. In the Mediterranean region, the Barcelona Convention provides for a comprehensive policy evaluation mechanism for measures taken by Contracting Parties in application of the Convention. However, it is only partially implemented and does not currently allow conclusions to be drawn on the effectiveness of the Contracting Parties’ actions. By virtue of Article 26 of the Barcelona Convention, Contracting Parties commit to report ex post on the measures taken for the implementation of the Convention, its Protocols and of the recommendations from the Conference of Parties as well as on the effectiveness of these measures. Article 27 further stipulates that, on the basis of these elements, the Conference of Parties shall evaluate compliance with the Barcelona Convention and its Protocols and recommend potential corrective measures. This policy evaluation mechanism is crucial for the effective implementation of the Convention and its tools and requires further support for Contracting Parties for full application of the provisions of the Convention. Data gaps are likely to remain a reality in the future and should not prevent decision makers from taking action. In accordance with the precautionary principle stipulated in the Barcelona Convention, stakeholders are invited to take evidence-based action embracing the different available data sources, without delaying the implementation of critical measures when data is incomplete.
Box. Borrower shall cause the conditions precedent set forth in Section 2.1 of this Agreement and set forth above in this Schedule to be satisfied on or before the date of the initial advance hereunder.
Box. I authorize WYC staff to apply Cutter Family Pump Spray (7% DEET) to my child as needed. I will provide insect repellent for WYC staff to apply to my child as needed.
Box. Box is a reusable packaging that consists of coated Styrofoam or plastics. This packaging is uniquely designed for one part number.