Consultation Between the Parties Sample Clauses

Consultation Between the Parties. ALPS and the Trust shall regularly consult with each other regarding ALPS’ performance of its obligations under this Agreement. In connection therewith, the Trust shall submit to ALPS at a reasonable time in advance of filing with the SEC reasonably final copies of any amended or supplemented registration statement (including exhibits) under the 1933 Act and the 1940 Act; provided, however, that nothing contained in this Agreement shall in any way limit the Trust’s right to file at any time such amendments to any registration statement and/or supplements to any prospectus or statement of additional information, of whatever character, as the Trust may deem advisable, such right being in all respects absolute and unconditional.
Consultation Between the Parties. Within 15 calendar days after the receipt of a Change of Control Notice, the Parties shall meet to determine in good faith whether they agree that (i) the benefits of the Company may be preserved for both Parties, (ii) the Change of Control would have a Material Adverse Effect on the Party that is not subject to the Change of Control, and (iii) the Party subject to the Change of Control or its acquiror has proposed effective measures to cure such Material Adverse Effect (an “Acquiror Resolution”).
Consultation Between the Parties. The parties agree that for the purposes of facilitating the implementation of this Agreement the following consultative mechanisms will apply: An Implementation Committee will be established which will: comprise two persons nominated by the Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU) and one person nominated by each of the other unions party to this Agreement; and an equal number of persons nominated by the University; meet at the request of a party to this Agreement to discuss issues arising out of, and to develop strategies for the implementation of this Agreement; be cognisant of the special needs of EEO groups. As provided for elsewhere in this Agreement, the issues referred to in subclause 8.0(a)(ii) will include: redeployment (subclause 9.2(b)); family friendly work arrangements (subclause 21.0(d)); workloads (clause 26.0); reviewing the UNSW Classification Descriptors and evaluation of the concept of broad-banding (subclause 27.0(g)); and providing assistance to work units in the development of workplace performance planning programs. The University recognises that employees may, from time to time, request that the University provide reasonable periods of time to consult with their union representatives. Part 2 JOB SECURITY AND WORKPLACE CHANGE This clause sets out processes to be followed during workplace change and addresses job security issues associated with that change.
Consultation Between the Parties. 8.1 Implementation Committee For the purposes of facilitating the implementation of this Agreement, an Implementation Committee will be established comprising equal numbers of persons nominated by the Union and the University. The Implementation Committee will meet at the request of a party to this Agreement to discuss issues arising out of, and to develop strategies to support, the implementation of this Agreement. The Implementation Committee will be cognisant of the special needs of EEO groups. Consultation on University Policies Without limiting the University's current practice of consultation about policy, the University will develop and/or maintain policies in relation to: Intellectual Property; Intellectual Freedom; On line teaching and learning; Workplace Bullying; Redeployment Guidelines.
Consultation Between the Parties. 8.1 Implementation

Related to Consultation Between the Parties

  • Cooperation Between the Parties The College and UFE shall supply each other with requested information reasonably needed to facilitate the processing of the grievance. Meetings to discuss any grievance shall be scheduled at mutually convenient times.

  • RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE PARTIES A Party is not by virtue of this Agreement the employee, agent or partner of the other Party and is not authorised to bind or represent the other Party.

  • COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE PARTIES A copy of all communications relating to the subject matter of this Agreement between the Issuer, the Guarantor and the Noteholders or Couponholders and any of the Paying Agents (other than the Agent) shall be sent to the Agent by the other relevant Paying Agent.

  • Disputes between the Parties Any dispute between the Parties in connection with this Agreement shall be resolved by arbitration in accordance with the procedures set forth in Exhibit B; provided, however, that either Party may seek a restraining order, temporary injunction, or other provisional relief in any court with jurisdiction over the subject matter of the dispute and sitting in Houston, Texas, if such Party in its sole judgment believes that such action is necessary to avoid irreparable injury or to preserve the status quo ante.

  • COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN THE PARTIES A copy of all communications relating to the subject matter of this Agreement between the Issuer, any of the Guarantors, the Bond Trustee and any Agent (other than the Principal Paying Agent) shall be sent to the Principal Paying Agent.

  • Negotiation Between Executives The parties shall attempt in good faith to resolve any dispute arising out of or relating to this Agreement, or the breach, termination or validity thereof, by negotiations between executives who have authority to settle the controversy. Any party may give the other party written notice of any dispute not resolved in the normal course of business. Within 20 days after delivery of such notice, executives of both parties shall meet at a mutually acceptable time and place, and thereafter as often as they reasonably deem necessary, to exchange relevant information and to attempt to resolve the dispute. If the matter has not been resolved within 60 days of the disputing party's notice, or if the parties fail to meet within 20 days, either party may initiate arbitration of the controversy or claim as provided hereinafter. If a negotiator intends to be accompanied at a meeting by an attorney, the other negotiator shall be given at least three working days' notice of such intention and may also be accompanied by an attorney. All negotiations pursuant to this clause are confidential and shall be treated as compromise and settlement negotiations for purposes of the Federal Rules of Evidence and state rules of evidence.

  • Settlement of Disputes between the Parties 1. Any dispute between the Parties concerning the interpretation or application of this Chapter shall, as far as possible, be settled with consultation through diplomatic channel. 2. If a dispute cannot thus be settled within 6 months, it shall, upon the request of either Party, be submitted to an ad hoc arbitral tribunal. 3. Such tribunal comprises of 3 arbitrators. Within 2 months of the receipt of the written notice requesting arbitration, each Party shall appoint one arbitrator. Those 2 arbitrators shall, within further 2 months, together select a national of a third State having diplomatic relations with both Parties who, upon approval by the Parties, shall be appointed as Chairman of the arbitral tribunal. 4. If the arbitral tribunal has not been constituted within 4 months from the receipt of the written notice requesting arbitration, either Party may, in the absence of any other agreement, invite the President of the International Court of Justice to make any necessary appointments. If the President is a national of either Party or is otherwise prevented from discharging the said functions, the Member of the International Court of Justice next in seniority who is not a national of either Party or is not otherwise prevented from discharging the said functions shall be invited to make such necessary appointments. 5. The arbitral tribunal shall determine its own procedure. The arbitral tribunal shall reach its award in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement and the principles of international law recognized by both Parties. 6. The arbitral tribunal shall reach its award by a majority of votes. Such award shall be final and binding upon both Parties. The arbitral tribunal shall, upon the request of either Party, explain the reasons of its award. 7. Each Party shall bear the costs of its appointed arbitrator and of its representation in arbitral proceedings. The relevant costs of the Chairman and tribunal shall be borne in equal parts by the Parties.

  • Disputes between the Contracting Parties 1. Any dispute between the Contracting Parties concerning the interpretation or application of this Agreement shall, as far as possible, be settled through negotiation.

  • Consultation with Counsel The Executive acknowledges that he has had a full and complete opportunity to consult with counsel or other advisers of his own choosing concerning the terms, enforceability and implications of this Agreement, and that the Company has not made any representations or warranties to the Executive concerning the terms, enforceability and implications of this Agreement other than as are reflected in this Agreement.

  • Settlement of Disputes between the Contracting Parties 1. Disputes between the Contracting Parties concerning the interpretation or application of this Agreement should, if possible, be settled through diplomatic channels.