Contributory Sample Clauses

Contributory. (g) Contractor and all subcontractors shall maintain in effect all insurance coverages required by the contract at their sole expense and with insurance carriers licensed to do business in the State of Illinois and having a current A. M. Best rating of no less than A- VIII. In the event that the Contractor or any subcontractor fails to procure or maintain any insured required by this contract, Owner may, at its option, purchase such coverage and deduct the cost thereof from any monies due to the Contractor or subcontractor, or withhold funds in an amount sufficient to protect Owner, or terminate the contract pursuant to its terms.
Contributory. As a reference for employees the parties have agreed to include the definition of contributory earnings under the Pension Plan. For more information employees may access the web site at The parties will continue to be bound by any Plan changes. Definition of Contributory Earnings: For all pension and other compensation purposes the parties agree that contributory earnings must include all regular recurring earnings including the following, as governed by regulations: base wages or salary; regular vacation pay if there is corresponding service; normal vacation pay for other-than-continuousfull-time members. Include vacation hours in credited service; retroactive pay (including any pay equity adjustment) that fits with definition of earnings for all members, including active, terminated, retired and disabled members; lump sum wage or salary benefits which may vary from year to year but which form a regular part of the compensation package and are expected normally to occur each year (e.g. payment based on organizationalperformance, some types of variable pay, merit pay, commissions); market value adjustments (e.g. percentage paid in addition to a base wage as a result of market conditions, including retention bonuses if they are part of your ongoing pay strategy and not a temporary policy); ongoing special allowances (e.g. flight allowance, canine allowance); pay for time off in lieu of overtime; danger pay; acting pay (pay at a higher salary rate for acting in place of an absent person); shift premium (pay for shift work); ongoing long service pay (extra pay for completing a specified number of years of service); sick pay deemed to be regular wages or salary; salary or wage extensionfor any reason (e.g. illness), provided service is extended (the member must be “kept whole” e.g. continuation of salary and benefits). If the member becomes employed in another position and begins contributing to any registered pension plan (except the balance of the extension period becomes service; pay (pay for being on call, not pay for hours worked when called in); living accommodation premiums provided (if paid as a form of compensationand not as a direct expense reimbursement; ongoing taxable payments to pay for costs (e.g. educational or car allowance); taxable value of provided vehicle or car allowance (e.g. if an employer provides an allowance [that is, expenses are not reimbursed] then the allowance is considered part of contributory earnings. If an employer reimburse...
Contributory. The College shall be named as an additional insured party on the policy and the certificate of insurance shall reflect that the policy waives its right of subrogation against the College. A copy of the certificate shall be provided to the College. The Contractor is required to carry liability insurance in the amount of one (1) million dollars per occurrence. The Contractor’s insurance policy shall be primary and non-contributory. The College shall be named as an additional insured party on the policy and the certificate of insurance shall reflect that the policy waives its right of subrogation against the College. A copy of the certificate shall be provided to the College. The Contractor is not required to carry liability insurance as a condition of this contract.
Contributory. 28 5) If, during the term of this Agreement or any extension thereof, there is a 1 material change in the Scope of Service or, there is a material change in 2 the equipment to be used in the performance of the Scope of Service or, 3 the term of this Agreement, including any extensions thereof, exceeds five 4 (5) years; CAP reserves the right to adjust the types of insurance and the 5 monetary limits of liability required under this Agreement, if in the County’s 6 Risk Manager’s reasonable judgment, the amount or type of insurance 7 carried by the CONTRACTOR has become inadequate.
Contributory. Required limits may be provided by a combination of primary and/or excess or umbrella policies provided that all other terms and conditions of this Section are complied with. Tenant’s Insurance may provide for reasonable deductibles or self-insured retentions and any deductible or retention shall be the responsibility of Tenant. Except as specifically provided to the contrary, the limits of Tenant’s Insurance shall not limit its liability under this Lease. In the event Tenant’s occupancy or operation causes any increase of premiums for the property coverage and/or casualty rates on the Premises or Building or any part thereof or causes any increase in the premiums for any other insurance policy that may be carried by Landlord above the rate for the least hazardous type of occupancy legally permitted in the Premises, Tenant shall pay the additional premium with respect to such insurance policies by reason thereof within 30 days following the billing thereof as Additional Rent.
Contributory. A benefit of the policy is Contributory if the Subscriber is required to pay part of all of the Subscriber dues for the benefit.
Contributory. Plan All nurses are eligible to participate in and contribute to the SCHS retirement plan.

Related to Contributory

  • Product Liability Insurance insurance against claims for bodily injury, death or Property damage resulting from the use of products sold by the Company or any of its Subsidiaries in such amounts as are then customarily maintained by responsible persons engaged in businesses similar to that of the Company and its Subsidiaries.

  • Product Liability To the actual knowledge of the Company's officers, none of the Company and its subsidiaries has any liability (and to such officers' actual knowledge there is no factual basis for any action, suit, proceeding, hearing, investigation, charge, complaint, claim, or demand against any of them giving rise to any liability) arising out of any injury to individuals or property as a result of the ownership, possession, or use of any product manufactured, sold, leased, or delivered by any of the Company and its subsidiaries.

  • Products Liability Except as set forth in Section 4.20 of the Disclosure Schedule, there is no pending or, to the knowledge of the Company, threatened claim, action, suit, inquiry, proceeding or investigation by any individual or Governmental Entity in which a Product is alleged to have a Defect and which is reasonably likely to result in a Material Adverse Effect; nor, to the knowledge of the Company, is there any valid basis for any such claim, cation, suit, inquiry, proceeding, or investigation. As used in this Section 4.20, the term 'Product' shall mean any product designed, manufactured, shipped, sold, marketed, distributed and/or otherwise introduced into the stream of commerce by or on behalf of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries, including, without limitation, any product sold in the United States by the Company or any of its Subsidiaries as the distributor, agent, or pursuant to any other contractual relationship with a non-U.S. manufacturer; and the term 'Defect' shall mean a defect or impurity of any kind, whether in design, manufacture, processing, or otherwise, including, without limitation, any dangerous propensity associated with any reasonably foreseeable use of a Product, or the failure to warn of the existence of any defect, impurity, or dangerous propensity. 4.21

  • Umbrella Liability The Umbrella / Excess Liability must be at least as broad as the underlying general liability and automobile liability policies. Limits – Each Occurrence $1,000,000 General Aggregate $1,000,000

  • Vehicle Liability Insurance $___________________ minimum required insurance policy on all owned, hired, and non-owned vehicles of the Subcontractor for combined single limit liability for each accident affecting incurring bodily injury and/or property damage.

  • Umbrella or Excess Liability Insurance 1) May be used to achieve the above minimum liability limits.

  • General Liability and Property Damage With respect to all operations performed under this Agreement, the Party shall carry general liability insurance having all major divisions of coverage including, but not limited to: Premises - Operations

  • Umbrella/Excess Liability Insurance written on an “occurrence,” not a “claims-made” basis, providing coverage excess of the underlying Employer’s Liability, Commercial General Liability, and Commercial Automobile Liability insurance, on terms at least as broad as the underlying coverage, with limits of not less than $10,000,000 per occurrence and in the annual aggregate. The insurance requirements of this Section 9.10 can be provided by any combination of Seller’s primary and excess liability policies.

  • Umbrella Liability Insurance The Contractor shall obtain, pay for and maintain umbrella liability insurance during the contract term, insuring the Contractor (or Subcontractor) for an amount of not less than the amount specified in the Special Conditions that provides coverage at least as broad as and applies in excess and follows form of the primary liability coverages required hereinabove. The policy shall provide "drop down" coverage where underlying primary insurance coverage limits are insufficient or exhausted. If the Contract is for asbestos abatement only, the "Umbrella" Excess Liability is not required.

  • Excess/Umbrella Liability Excess/umbrella liability insurance may be included to meet minimum requirements. Umbrella coverage must indicate the existing underlying insurance coverage.