Constraints. The Joint Committee on Benefits will not make any changes to the plan provisions that would increase the costs of health and welfare benefits or disability benefits for individual employers or reduce plan provisions without the agreement of the Parties to this Agreement. The Joint Committee shall be authorized to determine appropriate use of the Article 9.1.3 savings from the 1998-2001 agreement (in the amount of $71,849) and to allocate the funds to that use.
Constraints. This agreement is expressly subject to the debt limitations of the Oregon Constitution set forth in Article XI, Section 10 and is contingent upon funds being available and appropriated therefore. Any provisions of this agreement which would conflict with law are deemed inoperative to that extent.
Constraints. 1 Any investigation or other handling or processing of any Grievances by the Grievant or the Union shall be conducted so as to result in no interference with or interruption whatsoever of the maintenance program and related work activities of the Grievant or of the District’s employees. .2 Failure of a Grievant or the Union to act on any Grievance within the prescribed time limits will act as a bar to any further appeal and an administrator’s failure to give a decision within the time limits shall permit the Grievant to proceed to the next step. Time limits may be extended by mutual agreement. .3 If the Union or any Bargaining Unit Member files any claim, charge, cause of action or complaint in any forum other than under the Grievance procedure of this Agreement then the District shall not be required to participate, process or arbitrate or further participate, process or arbitrate a Grievance hereunder from the same Bargaining Unit Member based on the same set of facts. This provision constitutes an express waiver by the Union and all Bargaining Unit Members represented by the Union of their rights to file, process and arbitrate any Grievance from the same Bargaining Unit Member which is based on the same set of facts which form the basis of any claim, charge, cause of action or complaint which has been filed in any other forum. This section shall not prevent a separate and distinct action under the grievance procedure by a different bargaining unit member to file a grievance even if the grievance is based on the same set of facts. No individual bargaining unit member shall file a complaint in more than one venue or forum. .4 If the Union or any employee files any claim or complaint in any forum other than under the grievance procedure of this Agreement then the District shall not be required to process the same claim or set of facts through the grievance procedure.
Constraints. Supplier shall use commercially reasonable efforts to anticipate material constraints affecting its ability to perform its obligations under this Agreement. If Supplier believes that any such constraints are reasonably likely to materially and adversely affect its performance under this Agreement, Supplier will inform Applied's Subsystems Management Team and Supply Chain Management organizations (through the contact persons designated for Supplier by those organizations) thereof and of action plans to resolve them. Typical constraints might include, but are not limited to:
Constraints. The Service Provider contacts Customers using the data in our contact database. The Service Provider will attempt to contact one person, trying the site owner first and, if that person is unavailable, the alternate contact. The Customer must notify the Service Provider when a contact changes, provide a new contact person, and provide contact information. The Service Provider is not responsible if the Customer fails to update contact information.
Constraints. The contractor may use a limited number of constraints only with the owner’s written authorization.
Constraints. Here we provide templates for constraints that determine the distribution of animacy, per- son, and alignment across grammatical functions and contexts. The first two constraints hold in all contexts. The first constraint, which we call the Transitive Subject Constraint, ensures that the subject of a clause with an object (either OBJ or OBJθ , i.e. PLUSO) must be animate; inanimate subjects are possible only in inanimate clauses (Rhodes 1990, 2010, Valentine 2001):(4) Transitive Subject Constraint@TSC := [(↑ SUBJ) & (↑ PLUSO)] ⇒ [(↑ SUBJ ANIM) = +]This ensures that transitives with an inanimate ARG1 are inverse, regardless of context (independent or conjunct).7 It correctly ensures that verbs with a secondary object (OBJθ ) must have an animate subject (in Algonquianist terms, correctly predicts that there are AI+O verbs, but no II+O verbs).The second constraint, which we call the Participant Argument Constraint, ensures that 1st and 2nd person (i.e., participant) pronominals are possible only as subjects and (direct/primary) objects; secondary objects and obliques must be 3rd person (Rhodes 1990, 2010, Valentine 2001):