CONTRIBUTIONS IN KIND. ECOPETROL or the ASSOCIATE shall contribute in kind any materials deemed convenient as agreed between the Parties.
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CONTRIBUTIONS IN KIND. 32 PART III - ADMINISTRATIVE ASPECTS AND SUNDRY PROVISIONS ............ 32 Section One - The Executive Committee CLAUSE 25 OPERATING CONDITIONS ..................................... 32 Section Two - Subcommittees CLAUSE 26 SUBCOMMITTEES ORGANIZATION ............................... 33 Section Three - Operator CLAUSE 27 RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS ................................... 34
CONTRIBUTIONS IN KIND. Without in any way limiting the powers otherwise provided for in this Agreement, the Bylaws or by statute, Coordinator shall have the power and authority to receive, accept and utilize the services of personnel offered by any Participants, or their representatives or agents; to receive, accept and utilize property, real or personal, from any Participant or its agents or representatives; and to receive, accept, expend and disburse funds by contract or otherwise for purposes consistent with the objectives of ALPHA Fund, which funds may be provided by any Participants, their agents, or representatives.
CONTRIBUTIONS IN KIND. Contributions in kind don't constitute eligible costs. However, the Commission can accept, in duly substantiated exceptional cases, that the cofinancing of the project may be up entirely or in part of contributions in kind. In this case, the value calculated for such contributions must not exceed: - the costs actually borne and duly supported by accounting documents of the third parties who made these contributions to the participants free of charge but bear the corresponding costs; - the costs generally accepted on the market in question for the type of contribution concerned when no costs are borne. In the case of cofinancing in kind, a financial value shall be placed on the contributions and the same amount will be included in the costs of the project as ineligible costs and in receipts from the project as cofinancing in kind. The participants will undertake to obtain these contributions as provided for in the agreement. SHARE COSTS, EU GRANT AND SPECIFICATION SELF-FINANCING TOTAL SFEP PdT UHI Bethel INFOP UdB UoA THC 1. Staff 250.000,00 43.150,00 29.550,00 29.550,00 29.550,00 29.550,00 29.550,00 29.550,00 29.550,00 2. General expenditure 10.000,00 3.000,00 1.000,00 1.000,00 1.000,00 1.000,00 1.000,00 1.000,00 1.000,00 3. Travel & subsistence 160.000,00 34.000,00 18.000,00 18.000,00 18.000,00 18.000,00 18.000,00 18.000,00 18.000,00 4. Conferences and seminars 40.000,00 5. Production, dissemination and information 40.000,00 GRAND TOTAL 500.000,00 EU Grant 400.000,00
CONTRIBUTIONS IN KIND. ECOPETROL or THE ASSOCIATE shall contribute in kind, those materials that they may consider convenient, set forth in the agreements that may be established by the Parties. PART III - ADMINISTRATIVE ASPECTS AND OTHER PROVISIONS Section One - Executive Committee CLAUSE 25 - CONDITIONS FOR FUNCTIONING For the exercise of its functions, the Executive Committee shall fulfill the conditions provided for in Clause 19 of The Contract, as indicated below:
CONTRIBUTIONS IN KIND. With the approval of the Managing Member, the Members may make Capital Contributions of property in lieu of cash. The amount of each such Additional Capital Contribution shall be the fair market value of the contributed property as determined by the Managing Member or such other amount as shall be agreed by the Managing Member and the contributing Member.


  • Distributions in Kind Except as expressly provided herein, no right is given to any Partner to demand and receive property other than cash. The General Partner may determine, in its sole and absolute discretion, to make a distribution in-kind to the Partners of Partnership assets, and such assets shall be distributed in such a fashion as to ensure that the fair market value is distributed and allocated in accordance with Articles 5, 6 and 10.

  • Distributions in General Except as otherwise provided in Article 7 hereof and subject to Sections 17-607 and 17-804 of the Act, for any fiscal year all Cash Available for Distribution, net proceeds from any Terminating Capital Transaction and Financing Proceeds shall be distributed to the Partners at least quarterly.

  • Distributions; Investments Directly or indirectly acquire or own any Person, or make any Investment in any Person, other than Permitted Investments, or permit any of its Subsidiaries to do so. Pay any dividends or make any distribution or payment or redeem, retire or purchase any capital stock.

  • Contributions by Initial Limited Partners (a) On the Closing Date and pursuant to the Underwriting Agreement, each Underwriter shall contribute cash to the Partnership in exchange for the issuance by the Partnership of Common Units to each Underwriter, all as set forth in the Underwriting Agreement.

  • ALLOCATION OF CONTRIBUTIONS You may place your contributions in one fund or in any combination of funds, although your employer may place restrictions on investment in certain funds.

  • Capital Contributions Distributions 17 TABLE OF CONTENTS (continued)

  • Contributions to Capital (a) The minimum initial contribution of each Member to the capital of the Company shall be $75,000, subject to the discretion of the Manager to accept initial investments in lesser amounts. The amount of the initial contribution of each Member shall be recorded on the books and records of the Company upon acceptance as a contribution to the capital of the Company. The Directors shall not be entitled to make voluntary contributions of capital to the Company as Directors of the Company, but may make voluntary contributions to the capital of the Company as Members.

  • Rollover Contributions Generally, a rollover is a movement of cash or assets from one retirement plan to another. If you are required to take minimum distributions because you are age 70½ or older, you may not roll over any required minimum distributions. Both the distribution and the rollover contribution are reportable when you file your income taxes. You must irrevocably elect to treat such contributions as rollovers. IRA-to-IRA Rollover: You may withdraw, tax free, all or a portion of your Traditional IRA if you contribute the amount withdrawn within 60 days from the date you receive the distribution into the same or another Traditional IRA as a rollover. To complete a rollover of a SIMPLE IRA distribution to your Traditional IRA, at least two years must have elapsed from the date on which you first participated in any SIMPLE IRA plan maintained by the employer, and you must contribute the distribution within 60 days from the date you receive it. Only one IRA distribution within any 12-month period may be rolled over in an IRA-to-IRA rollover transaction. The 12-month waiting period begins on the date you receive an IRA distribution that you subsequently roll over, not on the date you complete the rollover transaction. If you roll over the entire amount of an IRA distribution (including any amount withheld for federal, state, or other income taxes that you did not receive), you do not have to report the distribution as taxable income. Any amount not properly rolled over within the 60-day period will generally be taxable in the year distributed (except for any amount that represents basis) and may be, if you are under age 59½, subject to the premature distribution penalty tax. Employer Retirement Plan-to-Traditional IRA Rollover (by Traditional IRA Owner): Eligible rollover distributions from qualifying employer retirement plans may be rolled over, directly or indirectly, to your Traditional IRA. Qualifying employer retirement plans include qualified plans (e.g., 401(k) plans or profit sharing plans), governmental 457(b) plans, 403(b) arrangements and 403(a) arrangements. Amounts that may not be rolled over to your Traditional IRA include any required minimum distributions, hardship distributions, any part of a series of substantially equal periodic payments, or distributions consisting of Xxxx 401(k) or Xxxx 403(b) assets. To complete a direct rollover from an employer plan to your Traditional IRA, you must generally instruct the plan administrator to send the distribution to your Traditional IRA Custodian. To complete an indirect rollover to your Traditional IRA, you must generally request that the plan administrator make a distribution directly to you. You typically have 60 days from the date you receive an eligible rollover distribution to complete an indirect rollover. Any amount not properly rolled over within the 60-day period will generally be taxable in the year distributed (except for any amount that represents after-tax contributions) and may be, if you are under age 59½, subject to the premature distribution penalty tax. If you choose the indirect rollover method, the plan administrator is typically required to withhold 20% of the eligible rollover distribution amount for purposes of federal income tax withholding. You may, however, make up the withheld amount out of pocket and roll over the full amount. If you do not make up the withheld amount out of pocket, the 20% withheld (and not rolled over) will be treated as a distribution, subject to applicable taxes and penalties. Conduit IRA: You may use your IRA as a conduit to temporarily hold amounts you receive in an eligible rollover distribution from an employer’s retirement plan. Should you combine or add other amounts (e.g., regular contributions) to your conduit IRA, you may lose the ability to subsequently roll these funds into another employer plan to take advantage of special tax rules available for certain qualified plan distribution amounts. Consult your tax advisor for additional information. Employer Retirement Plan-to-Traditional IRA Rollover (by Inherited Traditional IRA Owner): Please refer to the section of this document entitled “Inherited IRA”. Traditional IRA-to-Employer Retirement Plan Rollover: If your employer’s retirement plan accepts rollovers from IRAs, you may complete a direct or indirect rollover of your pre-tax assets in your Traditional IRA into your employer retirement plan. If you are required to take minimum distributions because you are age 70½ or older, you may not roll over any required minimum distributions. Rollover of Exxon Xxxxxx Settlement Income: Certain income received as an Exxon Xxxxxx qualified settlement may be rolled over to a Traditional IRA or another eligible retirement plan. The amount contributed cannot exceed the lesser of $100,000 (reduced by the amount of any qualified settlement income contributed to an eligible retirement plan in prior tax years) or the amount of qualified settlement income received during the tax year. Contributions for the year can be made until the due date for filing your return, not including extensions.

  • Distributions in Shares If any distribution upon any Deposited Securities consists of a dividend in, or free distribution of, Shares, the Depositary may, and shall if the Issuer shall so request, distribute to the Owners of outstanding Receipts entitled thereto, in proportion to the number of American Depositary Shares representing such Deposited Securities held by them respectively, additional Receipts evidencing an aggregate number of American Depositary Shares representing the amount of Shares received as such dividend or free distribution, subject to the terms and conditions of the Deposit Agreement with respect to the deposit of Shares and the issuance of American Depositary Shares evidenced by Receipts, including the withholding of any tax or other governmental charge as provided in Section 4.11 and the payment of fees of the Depositary as provided in Section 5.9. In lieu of delivering Receipts for fractional American Depositary Shares in any such case, the Depositary shall sell the amount of Shares represented by the aggregate of such fractions and distribute the net proceeds, all in the manner and subject to the conditions described in Section 4.1. If additional Receipts are not so distributed, each American Depositary Share shall thenceforth also represent the additional Shares distributed upon the Deposited Securities represented thereby.

  • Limitations Pertaining to Capital Contributions 5.2.1: Except as otherwise specifically provided in this Agreement, or as otherwise provided by law, no Member shall have the right to withdraw from the Company or to demand or receive a return of his capital without the consent of the Manager. Upon return of any Capital Contributions, no Member shall have the right to receive property other than cash except as may be specifically provided herein.

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