Conduct. SSAS will adopt the School Board’s STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT for the purpose of addressing school bus disciplinary problems. The School Board reserves the right to refuse transportation to any student whose behavior it deems unacceptable.
Conduct. Except as permitted or required hereby, neither any of the Executing Sellers nor the Company shall enter into any transaction or take any action which would result in any of the representations and warranties of Seller or the Company contained in this Agreement or in any Operative Agreement not to be true and correct as of the time immediately after such transaction has been entered into or such event has occurred and on the Closing Date.
Conduct. None of Seller, prior owner or their respective agents or representatives have engaged in any conduct, or omitted to perform any necessary act, the result of which would invalidate any of the Patents or hinder their enforcement, including, without limitation, misrepresenting the Patents to a standard-setting organization.
Conduct. No person(s) shall be employed for this work who is found to be incompetent, disorderly, troublesome, under the influence of alcohol or drugs, who fails or otherwise refuses to perform the work properly and acceptably, or is otherwise objectionable. Any person found to be objectionable shall be discharged immediately and not re-employed on this job.
Conduct. A) While in or about the Building, all Tradepersons shall perform in a dignified, quiet, courteous, and professional manner at all times. Tradepersons shall wear clothing suitable for their work and shall remain full attired at all times. All Contractors will be responsible for their Tradepersons’ proper behavior and conduct.
Conduct. The University shall have the right to cancel this Lease and require that the Resident vacate the premises and all University Housing facilities if the University determines that the Resident’s conduct is not suitable or appropriate for University Housing. Without limiting the foregoing, the University may exercise its cancellation rights hereunder if: (i) the conduct or living habits of the Resident or any Permitted Occupants have caused other occupants of the premises or the building to vacate or request reassignment to other University Housing; (ii) if the University has received complaints from other occupants of the premises or the building attributable to the Resident or Permitted Occupants; or (iii) if the continued occupancy of the premises by the Resident creates, in the University's sole and absolute discretion, a clear and present danger to other occupants of the premises or the Building, in which event, upon the request of the University, the Resident shall vacate the premises entirely on a "same day" basis. Such decisions shall be at the discretion of the Vice Chancellor - Student Affairs, Chief Operating Officer – Residential Student Service Programs, Director - Residential Education, or Director - Cal Housing. Additionally, the University reserves the right to refer any instances of misconduct or disruptive behavior, including online activity involving electronic mail or social media, attributable to the Resident to the University's judicial procedures for further action.
Conduct. Except as listed in Schedule 3.13 hereto, since January 1, 2006, the Bank has not (i) issued or sold any capital stock or corporate debt obligations; (ii) declared or set aside or paid any dividend or made any other distribution in respect of or, directly or indirectly, purchased, redeemed or otherwise acquired any shares of its capital stock; (iii) incurred any material obligations or liabilities (fixed or contingent), except obligations or liabilities incurred in the ordinary course of business, or mortgaged, pledged or subjected any of its assets to a lien or encumbrance (other than in the ordinary course of business and other than statutory liens not yet delinquent); (iv) sold, exchanged or otherwise disposed of any of its capital assets other than in the ordinary course of business; (v) made any general or individual wage or salary increase (including increases in directors’ or consultants’ fees), paid any bonus or instituted any employee welfare, retirement or similar plan or arrangement, except periodic or merit raises, bonuses and allowances approved by the Bank executives or Board of Directors in the ordinary course of business; (vi) suffered any physical damage, destruction or casualty loss, whether or not covered by insurance, materially and adversely affecting its business, properties or assets; (vii) made any or acquiesced in any material change in accounting methods, principles or practices; (viii) entered into any contract, agreement or commitment that obligates the Bank for an amount in excess of $100,000 over the term of any such contract, agreement or commitment other than in the ordinary course of business; or (ix) entered or agreed to enter into any agreement or arrangement, other than this Agreement, granting any preferential rights to purchase any of its assets, properties or rights or requiring the consent of any party to the transfer and assignment of any such assets, properties or rights.
Conduct. There is absolutely no drug use or smoking of any kind tolerated on premises or within 25 feet of the building, including loitering or congregating outside on the sidewalk at any time during the event. Disparaging remarks or any type of physical violence will not be tolerated and will be cause for immediate expulsion. RENTER and guests shall use the premises in a considerate manner at all times. Conduct deemed disorderly at the sole discretion of the CLS shall be grounds for immediate expulsion from the premises and conclusion of the rental period. In such cases NO refund of the rental fee shall be made. NOISE RENTER acknowledges that the premises are located near residential units and therefore agrees to control the noise level at the event such that it will not disturb neighboring occupants. If Renter’s event creates a disturbance due to high noise volume, the CLS shall immediately reduce the volume. If repeated disturbances are created, at the CLS’s discretion, RENTER may be expelled from the premises or the offending noise will be ended. In the event of disturbances to the point of expulsion, no portion of the rental fee will be refunded to RENTER. Note: Music must end by 9 p.m. during weeknights and by 11:00 p.m. on weekends. Additional time can easily be added provided the volume is modest and it cannot be heard beyond the boundaries of the property or by immediate neighbors; however, if this affects the exit time, additional costs will be incurred. LOST AND FOUND The CLS bears no responsibility for personal effects and possessions left on premises during or after any event. We do, however, maintain a lost and found and will hold recovered items up to 60 days. Every attempt will be made to return any recovered item to its rightful owner. CANCELLATION Date-Hold Deposit is Non-Refundable More than 60 days prior to event: 50% of down payment and 100% of security deposit will be refunded. From 30 days prior to event: NO RENTAL PAYMENT WILL BE REFUNDED; however, 100% of the security deposit will be refunded. Catering, Cleaning, Trash and Equipment Removal The Main Reading Room will be in a clean condition prior to your event. Within two (2) hours following the event, you are required to return the space to the same clean condition in which it was found. There is no open flame or frying allowed on site or any cooking that will create a large amount of smoke as our facility is not ventilated. All rental equipment must be removed no later than Noon the follo...