Changes Requested by Customer Sample Clauses

Changes Requested by Customer. (a) Subject to paragraphs (b), (c), and (d) below, Customer shall be entitled to direct, during the performance of this Contract, any change within the general scope of this Contract, including any change that will add, delete, or change the Work, affect the design of the Satellites, change the method of shipping or packing, or the place or time of Delivery, or will affect any other requirement of this Contract.
Changes Requested by Customer. In the event Customer desires to change the scope of work, the Delivery Schedules, or any other term of this Agreement, Customer shall submit a detailed description of the requested change to Contractor. Contractor shall respond within fifteen (15) Business Days, with its proposal for adjustments to the consideration, Delivery Schedule and any other term of this Agreement. Subject to mutual agreement, the consideration, Delivery Schedule and/or any other affected term of this Agreement shall be modified to incorporate the mutually agreed upon change. If the Parties establish and agree that an advance target price is sufficient to initiate Work in the Customer requested change, the Contractor shall proceed with the Work as modified. In such circumstances, the final determination of the price, schedule and any other affected term will be agreed upon on/before forty-five (45) days after any decision to proceed. Contractor may implement any change requested by Customer prior to the completion of the change negotiation. This decision shall not constitute Contractor’s acceptance of any change as requested nor shall it impair Contractor’s rights to additional consideration, schedule adjustment or modification of any other Agreement term.
Changes Requested by Customer. The Recipients may, from time to time during the Term, request that Service Provider change the Base Services and Service Provider shall use commercially reasonable efforts to address the needs of the Customer or Recipient with respect to such requests. If Service Provider agrees to change the Base Services, the Parties will either amend the relevant Schedules or execute a Supplement, or both; and in any case, reflect the Parties’ joint agreement on any adjustment to the applicable charges for any agreed changes to the Services.
Changes Requested by Customer. The Equipment to be provided by J&J Vision shall be as specified in the order accepted, in writing, by J&J Vision. Should J&J Vision agree (in its sole discretion) to any request by Customer which involves extra cost to J&J Vision, such extra cost may be charged by J&J Vision and shall be paid for by Customer, and the scheduled delivery and/or completion other dates shall be extended to the extend required.

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  • CHANGES REQUESTED BY LENDER If, in connection with obtaining financing for the Project, the lender shall request reasonable modifications in this Lease as a condition to the financing, Tenant will not unreasonably withhold or delay its consent, provided that the modifications do not materially increase the obligations of Tenant or materially and adversely affect the leasehold interest created by this Lease.

  • Notification of Absence A substitute and absence management system will be provided for unit members to notify the District of an absence. Any time a unit member is absent and a substitute is necessary, the District shall make every effort possible to provide a substitute. The Director of Human Resources or designee shall be designated as the district office employee to deal with unit members’ complaints or problems related to the hiring of substitutes. Any absences that need approval must be put into the absence management system. The appropriate forms are required for professional leave per Article 19. (Appendix A-14) The appropriate forms are required to attend athletic conferences or clinics per Article 9. (Appendix A-15)

  • Bona Fide Request/New Business Request Process for Further Unbundling 6.1 BellSouth shall, upon request of <<customer_name>>, provide to <<customer_name>> access to its network elements at any technically feasible point for the provision of <<customer_name>>'s telecommunications service where such access is necessary and failure to provide access would impair the ability of <<customer_name>> to provide services that it seeks to offer. Any request by <<customer_name>> for access to a network element, interconnection option, or for the provisioning of any service or product that is not already available shall be treated as a Bona Fide Request/New Business Request (BFR/NBR), and shall be submitted to BellSouth pursuant to the BFR/NBR process.

  • Transmission Delivery Service Implications Under ER Interconnection Service, Interconnection Customer will be eligible to inject power from the Generating Facility into and deliver power across the Transmission System on an “as available” basis up to the amount of MW identified in the applicable stability and steady state studies to the extent the upgrades initially required to qualify for ER Interconnection Service have been constructed. After that date FERC makes effective MISO’s Energy Market Tariff filed in Docket No. ER04-691-000, Interconnection Customer may place a bid to sell into the market up to the maximum identified Generating Facility output, subject to any conditions specified in the Interconnection Service approval, and the Generating Facility will be dispatched to the extent the Interconnection Customer’s bid clears. In all other instances, no transmission or other delivery service from the Generating Facility is assured, but Interconnection Customer may obtain Point-To-Point Transmission Service, Network Integration Transmission Service or be used for secondary network transmission service, pursuant to the Tariff, up to the maximum output identified in the stability and steady state studies. In those instances, in order for Interconnection Customer to obtain the right to deliver or inject energy beyond the Point of Interconnection or to improve its ability to do so, transmission delivery service must be obtained pursuant to the provisions of the Tariff. The Interconnection Customer’s ability to inject its Generating Facility output beyond the Point of Interconnection, therefore, will depend on the existing capacity of the Transmission or Distribution System as applicable, at such time as a Transmission Service request is made that would accommodate such delivery. The provision of Firm Point-To-Point Transmission Service or Network Integration Transmission Service may require the construction of additional Network or Distribution Upgrades.

  • CHANGES TO PRODUCT OR SERVICE OFFERINGS a. Product or Service Discontinuance Where Contractor is the Product Manufacturer/Developer, and Contractor publicly announces to all U.S. customers (“date of notice”) that a Product is being withdrawn from the U.S. market or that maintenance service or technical support provided by Contractor (“withdrawn support”) is no longer going to be offered, Contractor shall be required to: (i) notify the Commissioner, each Licensee and each Authorized User then under contract for maintenance or technical support in writing of the intended discontinuance; and (ii) continue to offer Product or withdrawn support upon the Contract terms previously offered for the greater of: a) the best terms offered by Contractor to any other customer, or b) not less than twelve (12) months from the date of notice; and (iii) at Authorized User’s option, provided that the Authorized User is under contract for maintenance on the date of notice, either: provide the Authorized User with a Product replacement or migration path with at least equivalent functionality at no additional charge to enable Authorized User to continue use and maintenance of the Product. In the event that the Contractor is not the Product Manufacturer, Contractor shall be required to: (i) provide the notice required under the paragraph above, to the entities described within five (5) business days of Contractor receiving notice from the Product Manufacturer, and (ii) include in such notice the period of time from the date of notice that the Product Manufacturer will continue to provide Product or withdraw support. The provisions of this subdivision (a) shall not apply or eliminate Contractor’s obligations where withdrawn support is being provided by an independent Subcontractor. In the event that such Subcontractor ceases to provide service, Contractor shall be responsible for subcontracting such service, subject to state approval, to an alternate Subcontractor.

  • Changes to Service We may, from time to time, modify the Service to reflect improvements and other changes and modifications to our network. In addition, we reserve the right to discontinue or limit Service as required to comply with or satisfy our obligations under applicable laws or regulations, including when changes to or interpretations of such laws and regulations have a material, adverse effect on the business, technical or economic feasibility of providing Service, as determined by us in our reasonable judgment.

  • Changes to Services The Parties acknowledge and agree that there will be changes to the scope of the Services during the Contract Period. The Customer may amend the Stories that are comprised within the Minimum Marketable Features of a Release at any time during the Release at no additional charge and without adopting the Change Control Procedure set out in Clause 28 above provided that: the Customer shall not be entitled to make any changes to the Stories that form the subject of a Sprint following the mutual agreement by the Parties of the Sprint Plan for that Sprint; new Stories and/or changes to existing Stories may only be introduced if: existing Stories with an equivalent number of Story Points are removed; or existing Stories are reduced in size by the equivalent number of Story Points, such that the total number of Story Points for the Release remains constant throughout the Release. The Supplier shall consider any request by the Customer to increase the number of Story Points for a Release, and may, subject to the Change Control Procedure set out at Clause 28, agree to such request.

  • Notice of Network Changes If a Party makes a change in the information necessary for the transmission and routing of services using that Party’s facilities or network, or any other change in its facilities or network that will materially affect the interoperability of its facilities or network with the other Party’s facilities or network, the Party making the change shall publish notice of the change at least ninety (90) days in advance of such change, and shall use reasonable efforts, as commercially practicable, to publish such notice at least one hundred eighty (180) days in advance of the change; provided, however, that if an earlier publication of notice of a change is required by Applicable Law (including, but not limited to, 47 CFR 51.325 through 51. 335) notice shall be given at the time required by Applicable Law.

  • Multiple notices; action without notice The Agent may serve notices under Clauses 19.2(a)(i) or 19.2(a)(ii) simultaneously or on different dates and it and/or the Security Trustee may take any action referred to in Clause 19.2 if no such notice is served or simultaneously with or at any time after the service of both or either of such notices.

  • Definition of a Grievance A grievance is defined as a dispute or disagreement as to the interpretation or application of the specific terms and conditions of this Agreement.