Contractors Sample Clauses

Contractors. Alterations may be made or installed only by contractors and subcontractors which have been approved by Landlord, which approval Landlord will not unreasonably withhold or delay. Before proceeding with any Alterations, Tenant agrees to provide Landlord with ten (10) days' prior written notice and Tenant's contractors must obtain and maintain, on behalf of Tenant and at Tenant's sole cost and expense, all necessary governmental permits and approvals for the commencement and completion of such Alterations. Throughout the performance of any Alterations, Tenant agrees to obtain, or cause its contractors to obtain, workers compensation insurance and general liability insurance in compliance with the provisions of Paragraph 19 of this Lease.
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Contractors. Schedule 3.20(b) of the JJMA Disclosure Schedules contains a list of all independent contractors (excluding subcontractors) currently engaged by JJMA, along with the date of retention and rate of remuneration, most recent increase (or decrease) in remuneration and amount thereof, for each such Person. Except as set forth on Schedule 3.20(b) of the JJMA Disclosure Schedules, none of such independent contractors is a party to a written agreement or contract with JJMA. Each independent contractor who is a party to a written agreement has entered into customary covenants regarding confidentiality, non-competition and assignment of inventions and copyrights in such Person’s agreement with JJMA, a copy of which has been previously delivered to the Buyer. For the purposes of applicable Law, including without limitation the IRC, all independent contractors who are, or within the last six (6) years have been, engaged by JJMA are bona fide independent contractors and not employees of JJMA except as noted on Schedule 3.20(b), each independent contractor is terminable on not less than thirty days notice, without any obligation to pay severance or a termination fee.
Contractors. EEO policy statement shall include the following language:
Contractors. The rights and licenses granted to Licensee under Section 2.1 shall include the right to grant rights to Contractors under Licensed Rights, in whole or in part, and shall also include the right to grant to any direct or indirect third party Contractors the right of such Contractors to further subcontract such Licensed Rights to another third party. If Licensee or any of its Affiliates enters into an agreement with a Contractor pursuant to this Section 2.4, Licensee shall ensure that all of the applicable terms and conditions of this Agreement shall apply to the Contractor to the same extent as they apply to Licensee with respect to, and to the extent, of the rights granted. Licensee shall assume full responsibility for the performance of all obligations so imposed on Contractor and will itself account to Ipsen for all payments due under this Agreement by reason of such subcontract.
Contractors. The Seller shall not be relieved of any obligation, responsibility or liability under this Agreement by virtue of the appointment of any Contractor to carry out any part of the Construction, Operation and/or Maintenance of the Facility Unit, and the Seller shall be responsible under this Agreement for the payment, performance, acts, defaults, omissions, breaches and negligence of all Contractors.
Contractors. The Major Subcontractors employed by Tenant and any subcontractors thereof shall be (i) duly licensed in the state in which Suite 750 are located, to the extent required by applicable law, and (ii) except as otherwise approved herein, subject to Landlord’s prior written approval, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed. On or before the commencement of any construction activity in the Premises (including Suite 750), Tenant and Tenant’s contractors shall obtain and provide Landlord with certificates evidencing Workers’ Compensation, public liability and property damage insurance in amounts and forms and with companies reasonably satisfactory to Landlord. If Landlord should disapprove such insurance, Landlord shall specify to Tenant the reasons for its disapproval within five (5) business days after delivery of such certificates. Tenant’s agreement with its contractors shall require such contractors to provide daily clean-up of the construction area to the extent such clean-up is necessitated by the construction of Tenant Work, and to take reasonable steps to minimize interference with other tenants’ use and occupancy of the Building. Nothing contained herein shall make or constitute Tenant as the agent of Landlord. Tenant and Tenant’s contractors shall comply with any other reasonable rules, regulations or requirements that Landlord may impose.
Contractors. ACS shall have the right to use contractors and subcontractors to perform the Services hereunder, provided that all such contractors and subcontractors will be subject to the supervision and management of ACS and will comply with the requirements of Title IV, HEA program regulations regarding the provision of Services. ACS shall have the right to disclose Customer's Confidential Information to, and/or allow access to such by, any of ACS' contractors, subcontractors, agents and/or other third parties supplying products, services or systems as such disclosure of Confidential Information as may be reasonably required to permit such contractor, subcontractor, agent or third-party to assist ACS in its performance of obligations under this Agreement, provided that ACS shall require such contractors, subcontractors, agents and/or other third parties to execute an appropriate nondisclosure agreement and shall take such other steps as may be required to protect Confidential Information as required under Section 11 hereof. ACS shall be responsible as provided for in this Agreement for the disclosure of any Confidential Information by its contractors or subcontractors.
Contractors. We may engage sub-custodians, financial institutions, fund managers, clearing brokers, or other contractors (collectively our "contractors") to provide services for your HSA. Some contractors may be our affiliates; we or the affiliate may receive compensation from such arrangements.We may change these contractors at any time without notice to you.Actions with Contractors: In particular, we may on your behalf: (1) open an account at a depository institution of our choice and deposit all or a portion of your HSA funds into that account; (2) close any account we have opened on your behalf and transfer the fundsto another account; (3) execute on your behalf any documents related to the opening, maintenance, and closing of any depository account; and (4) withdraw from these accounts fees and expenses of your HSA.Contractor services: Some services (such as a debit card or an investment fund) may require you to enter into an additional agreement or abide by additional terms and conditions. By accepting that service you will have accepted the agreement or terms and conditions that apply.Fee share: We may share fees, fee revenue, or both with our contractors, including contractors that are our affiliates. We will disclose any fees that you or your HSA pay. We will consider your continued use of our services or the services of our contractors as your approval of such fees.Interchange fees: Our contractors may receive interchange fees from parties other than us when you use your HSA debit card. The interchange fees may vary; in all cases it will be equal to or less than the highest possible fee allowed for card transactions.Neither you nor we are responsible for the payment of any interchange fee. This fee may not be deducted from your HSA.
Contractors. Operator may enter into contracts with independent contractors for the design, construction, installation, or operation of Platforms and Facilities. Insofar as possible, Operator shall use competitive bidding to procure goods and services for the benefit of the Parties. All drilling operations conducted under this Agreement shall be conducted by properly qualified and responsible drilling contractors under current competitive contracts. A drilling contract will be deemed to be a current competitive contract if it (a) was made within one (1) year before the commencement of the well and (b) contains terms, rates, and provisions that, when the contract was made, did not exceed those generally prevailing in the area for operations involving substantially equivalent rigs that are capable of drilling the proposed well. At its election, Operator may use its own or an Affiliate's drilling equipment, derrick barge, tools, or machinery to conduct drilling operations, but the work shall be (a) performed by Operator acting as an independent contractor, (b) approved by written agreement with the Participating Parties before commencement of operations, and (c) conducted under the same terms and conditions and at the same rates as are customary and prevailing in competitive contracts of third parties doing work of similar nature. Before awarding a drilling contract or performing work with its own or an Affiliate's drilling equipment, derrick barge, tools, or machinery, Operator shall attempt to obtain competitive bids for the work from independent contractors.
Contractors. No contract of any kind with any supplier of non-inventory items, including towels, water, ice, toilet articles, waxing, rug shampooing, venetian blind washing, furniture polishing, electrical servicing or cleaning, removal of waste paper or garbage, or other like service shall be entered into by Tenant, nor shall any vending machine of any kind be installed in the Leased Premises or the Building, without the prior written consent of Landlord. Landlord shall not be responsible to Tenant for any loss of property from the Leased Premises however occurring, or for any damage done to the effects of Tenant by janitors or any of Tenant's employees, or by any other person or any other cause.