Commercial Practice Sample Clauses

Commercial Practice. Goods to be procured by purchasers not required to follow the Borrower’s public procurement procedures, estimated to cost $5,000,000 equivalent or less per contract, may be procured in accordance with the normal commercial practices of such purchasers at a reasonable price, account being taken also of other relevant factors such as time of delivery and efficiency and reliability of goods and availability of maintenance facilities and spare parts therefor. Part D: Review by the Association of Procurement Decisions
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Commercial Practice. Works under Part A of the Project costing less than $200,000 equivalent per contract, up to an aggregate amount not to exceed $1,000,000, may be procured in accordance with established practices acceptable to the Association.
Commercial Practice. Goods to be procured by Beneficiaries may be procured in accordance with the normal commercial practices of such Beneficiaries at a reasonable price, account being taken also of other relevant factors such as time of delivery and reliability of the goods and availability of maintenance facilities and spare parts therefor. Part D: Review by the Association of Procurement Decisions
Commercial Practice. (a) Goods for a private sector Investment Enterprise estimated to cost the equivalent of $50,000 or less per contract up to an aggregate amount not to exceed the equivalent of $30,000,000 from the proceeds of the Credit and the Loan may be procured on the basis of established commercial practice acceptable to the Association.
Commercial Practice. Commercial practices of the printing industry apply as long as there is no different agreement.
Commercial Practice. Goods and works procured for Subprojects under Parts B (4); D (2); and E
Commercial Practice. Services to assist Eligible Enterprises in carrying out activities under Part A.1 of the Project may be procured in accordance with commercial practices acceptable to the Bank. Part D: Review by the Bank of the Selection of Consultants
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  • Commercial Practices Borrower assumes all risks of the acts or omissions of any LC Beneficiary or transferees of any Letter of Credit with respect to the use of such Letter of Credit. Borrower agrees that neither any LC Issuing Bank, Administrative Agent nor any Lender (nor any of their respective directors, officers, or employees) shall be liable or responsible for: (a) the use which may be made of any Letter of Credit or for any acts or omissions of any LC Beneficiary or transferee in connection therewith; (b) any reference which may be made to this Agreement or to any Letter of Credit in any agreements, instruments or other documents; (c) the validity, sufficiency or genuineness of documents other than the Letters of Credit, or of any endorsement(s) thereon, even if such documents should in fact prove to be in any or all respects invalid, insufficient, fraudulent or forged or any statement therein proved to be untrue or inaccurate in any respect whatsoever; (d) payment by any LC Issuing Bank against presentation of documents which do not strictly comply with the terms of the applicable Letter of Credit, including failure of any documents to bear any reference or adequate reference to such Letter of Credit; or (e) any other circumstances whatsoever in making or failing to make payment under any Letter of Credit, except only that an LC Issuing Bank shall be liable to Borrower for acts or events described in clauses (a) through (e) above, to the extent, but only to the extent, of any direct damages, as opposed to indirect, special or consequential damages, suffered by Borrower which Borrower proves were caused by (i) any LC Issuing Bank’s willful misconduct or gross negligence in determining whether a drawing made under the applicable Letter of Credit complies with the terms and conditions therefor stated in such Letter of Credit or (ii) any LC Issuing Bank’s willful failure to pay under any Letter of Credit after a drawing by the respective LC Beneficiary strictly complying with the terms and conditions of the applicable Letter of Credit. Without limiting the foregoing, any LC Issuing Bank may accept any document that appears on its face to be in order, without responsibility for further investigation. Borrower hereby waives any right to object to any payment made under a Letter of Credit with regard to a drawing that is in the form provided in such Letter of Credit but which varies with respect to punctuation (except punctuation with respect to any Dollar amount specified therein), capitalization, spelling or similar matters of form.

  • Professional Practice The parties agree that nurses who have professional practice complaints will make such complaint in writing to their manager and if such complaint is not resolved then it will be considered an appropriate topic at ONA management committee, unless otherwise agreed by the parties. The parties agree that ONA members may use the ONA Professional Responsibility and Workload Report Form.

  • Professional Practices All professional services to be provided by Consultant pursuant to this Agreement shall be provided by personnel experienced in their respective fields and in a manner consistent with the standards of care, diligence and skill ordinarily exercised by professional consultants in similar fields and circumstances in accordance with sound professional practices. Consultant also warrants that it is familiar with all laws that may affect its performance of this Agreement and shall advise City of any changes in any laws that may affect Consultant’s performance of this Agreement.

  • USE AND STORAGE GENERAL PRACTICES You herein acknowledge that XS Power Batteries may set up any such practices and/or limits regarding the use of our Services, without limitation of the maximum number of days that any email, message posting or any other uploaded content shall be retained by XS Power Batteries, nor the maximum number of email messages that may be sent and/or received by any member, the maximum volume or size of any email message that may be sent from or may be received by an account on our Service, the maximum disk space allowable that shall be allocated on XS Power Batteries's servers on the member's behalf, and/or the maximum number of times and/or duration that any member may access our Services in a given period of time. In addition, you also agree that XS Power Batteries has absolutely no responsibility or liability for the removal or failure to maintain storage of any messages and/or other communications or content maintained or transmitted by our Services. You also herein acknowledge that we reserve the right to delete or remove any account that is no longer active for an extended period of time. Furthermore, XS Power Batteries shall reserve the right to modify, alter and/or update these general practices and limits at our discretion. MODIFICATIONS XS Power Batteries shall reserve the right at any time it may deem fit, to modify, alter and or discontinue, whether temporarily or permanently, our service, or any part thereof, with or without prior notice. In addition, we shall not be held liable to you or to any third party for any such alteration, modification, suspension and/or discontinuance of our Services, or any part thereof.

  • PAYROLL PRACTICES All payments, benefits or other compensation under this paragraph 4 shall be paid in accordance with normal payroll practices as in effect on the Termination Date, except as provided in subparagraph (h) hereof, and subject to required payroll withholdings over the course of the period provided for within the applicable subsection above.

  • Personnel Practices Section 1. The parties agree to establish a Labor-Management Committee to consult on personnel practices. The Committee will consist of five (5) representatives selected by the County and five (5) representatives by the SEIU Local 721. The Chief Executive Officer will designate a representative from CEO/Employee Relations and Department of Human Resources who have authority to resolve issues. The Committee will meet quarterly and consult on County-wide personnel practices including, but not limited to, performance evaluations, appraisals of promotability, grievance, arbitration, appeal processes, and resolution and payment of awards.

  • Commercial The detailed criteria is mentioned at 1.02 of Annexure-A to BDS at Volume-I : Section-III.

  • Internal Practices To make Business Associate’s internal practices, books and records relating to the use and disclosure of PHI received from County, or created or received by Business Associate on behalf of County, available to County or to the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in a time and manner designated by County or by the Secretary, for purposes of determining County compliance with the HIPAA regulations.

  • Best Practice 9.1 The parties agree that Best Practice is simply a better way of doing things - it is a process of constantly changing and adapting to new pressures and work methods. Best Practices are not fixed. It is the method of operation to achieve exemplary levels of performance. Best Practices are not restricted to an examination of cost, but also include quality and timely completion of work safely and efficiently.

  • AUTHORITY TO PRACTICE The CONTRACTOR hereby represents and warrants that it has and will continue to maintain all licenses and approvals required to, conduct its business, and that it will at all times conduct its business activities in a reputable manner. Proof of such licenses and approvals shall be submitted to the COUNTY upon request.

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