General Procedure Subject to the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth, at the Closing each party shall deliver such documents, instruments and materials as may be reasonably required in order to effectuate the intent and provisions of this Agreement, and all such documents, instruments and materials shall be satisfactory in form and substance to counsel for each party.
Civil Penalty Within ten (10) days of the Effective Date, Yogi shall issue two separate checks for the Civil Penalty payment to (a) “OEHHA” in the amount of $375.00; and to (b) “Xxxxxxx & Xxxxx, LLC in Trust for Balabbo” in the amount of $125.00. The Civil Penalty payment(s) shall be delivered to the addresses identified in § 3.2, below.
Formal Procedure No different or additional Work or contractual obligations will be authorized or performed unless contemplated within the Scope of Work and memorialized in an amendment or modification of the Contract that is executed in compliance with this Article. No waiver of any term, covenant, or condition of the Contract will be valid unless executed in compliance with this Article. Contractor will not be entitled to payment for Work that is not authorized by a properly executed Contract amendment or modification, or through the express written authorization of HHSC. Any changes to the Contract that results in a change to either the term, fees, or significantly impacting the obligations of the parties to the Contract must be effectuated by a formal Amendment to the Contract. Such Amendment must be signed by the appropriate and duly authorized representative of each party in order to have any effect.
Disputes Procedure If a dispute relating to a Script licensed in accordance with this Agreement arises between the Writer and the BBC which cannot be settled by direct discussion then either party will have the right to refer the issue to a panel of five which shall be comprised of the Writer and their representative, two representatives from the BBC and an independent third party to be appointed by agreement between the Writer and the BBC. This clause shall not however be invoked in a manner which might override any other clause in this Agreement or call into question the BBC’s reasonable and proper discretion to exercise its editorial control over a Programme.
Complaints Procedure 18.1 If the Client has any cause for complaint in relation to the services provided by the Company, he should file a complaint as per the Company’s Complaint Handling policy which is available on the Company’s website.
Waiver of Civil Code Section 1542 (a) Executive understands and agrees that the release provided herein extends to all Claims released above whether known or unknown, suspected or unsuspected, which may be released as a matter of law. Executive expressly waives and relinquishes any and all rights he/she may have under California Civil Code section 1542, which provides as follows: “A GENERAL RELEASE DOES NOT EXTEND TO CLAIMS WHICH THE CREDITOR DOES NOT KNOW OR SUSPECT TO EXIST IN HIS OR HER FAVOR AT THE TIME OF EXECUTING THE RELEASE, WHICH IF KNOWN BY HIM OR HER MUST HAVE MATERIALLY AFFECTED HIS OR HER SETTLEMENT WITH THE DEBTOR.”
Referral Procedure Section 8.1 In the interest of maintaining an efficient system of production in the Industry, providing for an orderly procedure of referral of applicants for employment, preserving the legitimate interests of the employees in their employment status within the area and of eliminating discrimination in employment because of membership or non-membership in the Union, the parties hereto agree to the following system of referral of applicants for employment.
GRIEVANCE AND ARBITRATION PROCEDURE 8.01 The parties to this agreement believe it is important to adjust complaints and grievances as quickly as possible as provided for herein. The employee or Union shall first discuss any individual complaint informally with the Director of Care or designate at the first opportunity.
Complaint Procedure If an employee has a complaint which is not a proper subject for a grievance under the grievance procedure, the employee may discuss it with his/her immediate supervisor. The employee may submit the complaint in writing. The employee may have the assistance of the Local President in presenting the complaint. Complaints shall be answered as soon as reasonably possible, but in no event shall an answer be delayed more than five (5) calendar days, unless the time for an answer is extended by mutual agreement. If the employee and the Union are dissatisfied with the answer, they may request a Special Conference.
Arbitration Procedure 1301 In the event of the failure of the parties to settle a grievance by means of the grievance procedure stated in Article 12, within ten (10) days of the date upon which the written reply referred to in Article 12 is received from the Human Resources Director or equivalent, the matter may then be referred to arbitration as hereinafter set forth. 1302 If mutual agreement is not reached by both parties to choose a single Arbitrator within ten (10) days from the time that the matter is referred to arbitration as defined in 1301 above, then the procedure stated below will be followed. 1303 Either party may submit the matter in dispute to a Board of Arbitration by giving notice to the other party within a further seven (7) days and by appointing in that notice one (1) nominee of the intended Board of Arbitration. The other party to the dispute shall, within seven (7) days after the receipt of such notice, also appoint a nominee and the two (2) nominees thus appointed shall, within ten (10) days thereafter, select a third member who shall be Chairperson. 1304 Should either party fail to appoint an Arbitrator as herein provided, or if any Arbitrator thus appointed should fail or be unable to serve and another Arbitrator not be appointed in her/his place by the party who made the original appointment, then the other party to the dispute may request the Minister of Labour for Manitoba to select a substitute. 1305 Should the two (2) appointed nominees fail within ten (10) days to agree upon a Chairperson, the two (2) nominees shall forward a request to the Minister of Labour for Manitoba to select a Chairperson. 1306 It is mutually agreed by both parties to this Collective Agreement that the decision of the Arbitrator, or the decision of the Chairperson in the absence of the majority decision of the Arbitration Board shall be final and binding upon the Employer, the Union and the nurse(s) concerned; however, the Arbitrator or the Arbitration Board shall not be authorized to make any decisions inconsistent with the provisions in this Collective Agreement. 1307 The Board of Arbitration shall determine its own procedure but shall give full opportunity to all parties to present evidence and make representations. 1308 In the event of a grievance alleging unjust layoff, suspension or discharge being referred to arbitration, the Arbitrator or Board of Arbitration shall be authorized to rule whether or not the nurse(s) concerned shall be reinstated and, in the event of reinstatement, shall also be authorized to make an award in terms of compensation for regular salary lost or a reasonable alternate award, however, any monetary award shall not exceed the difference between salary lost and any wages that may have been earned from employment with another employer during the period of the layoff, suspension or discharge. 1309 Any costs incurred by either of the parties hereto, preceding or during arbitration proceedings, shall be borne by the respective parties incurring such costs, but the costs of the Arbitrator or of the Chairperson of the Arbitration Board shall be borne by the parties hereto in equal shares. 1310 For the purposes of determining lengths of time in the foregoing procedure, Saturdays, Sundays and Recognized Holidays are excluded. 1311 Nothing in this Collective Agreement shall preclude a nurse or the Union committee and the Employer from mutually agreeing to settle a dispute by means other than those described in the grievance and arbitration procedures or to extend any of the stipulated time limits. 1312 Nurses whose attendance is required at arbitration hearings related to the Agreement shall be given permission to be absent from work and shall not suffer any loss of salary as a result. 1313 The Arbitrator shall be requested to provide both parties with a hard (paper) copy as well as a disk/electronic version of an arbitration award.