CTA Sample Clauses

CTA. 1. The mission of the CTA shall be to strengthen policy and institutional capacity development and information and communication management capacities of ACP agricultural and rural development organisations. It shall assist such organisations in formulating and implementing policies and programmes to reduce poverty, promote sustainable food security, preserve the natural resource base, and thus contribute to building self-reliance in ACP rural and agricultural development.
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CTA maintain a harmonious relationship; It is the desire and hope of the Board and O.E.C.T.A. that this Collective Agreement will assist in bringing about this common goal. The Durham Catholic District School Board and the OECTA Durham Elementary Teacher Bargaining Unit are committed to improve student achievement, reduce gaps in student outcomes and increase confidence in publicly funded education.
CTA. The term
CTA. Breakwave is registered a commodity trading advisor with the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission and is a member of the National Futures Association.
CTA. The Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA) is a global project to build the world’s largest and most sensitive ground-based observatory for gamma-ray astronomy at very-high energies. It will also be the first observatory at this energy regime open to the world-wide astronomy and physics communities, providing a unique resource of data products and tools.
CTA. The Chicago Transit Authority, and its Board, its duly authorized agents, servants, and employees. The CTA is a municipal corporation and is the owner of the Project. May also be referred to as “Owner”. Day, day, Days or days. Calendar day or days. A day contains 24 hours, begins at midnight, and includes every day shown on the calendar including all days Monday through Friday and all Saturdays, Sundays, and all Holidays. Debris. Debris, waste, rubbish or other materials intended or required to be removed from the Project Site. Delay. Any delay on the critical path of the Schedule. Directive Order. A direction to the Contractor to proceed with Changed Work pursuant to Section 10.3(d).
CTA maintain a harmonious relationship; It is the desire and hope of the Board and O.E.C.T.A. that this Collective Agreement will assist in bringing about this common goal.
CTA. As set out above, I am of the view that the RTA does not govern the relationship between a landlord and a head tenant in these circumstances. Assuming that my view is correct, and the RTA does not apply to the relationship between the landlord and the head tenant (although, as is set out below, this position is open to question), the tenancy between the landlord and the head tenant would essentially be considered a commercial tenancy, with the result that the Commercial Tenancies Act (the “CTA”) would apply to the parties’ relationship. The significance of this cannot be overstated. The purposes of the RTA are to provide protection for residential tenants from unlawful rent increases and unlawful evictions, to establish a framework for the regulation of rents, to balance the rights and responsibilities of residential landlords and tenants, and to provide for the adjudication of disputes. To this end, the RTA provides residential tenants with a significant package of rights and protections. Moreover, the RTA provides residential tenants and landlords with recourse to the Board which, relatively speaking, is an extremely quick and cost effective process to resolve disputes. The CTA, on the other hand, does not provide tenants with the significant rights and protections found in the RTA. Rather, to a large extent, the parties are left alone to negotiate the terms that will govern their relationship. Of greater significance, perhaps, is that the CTA does not provide tenants or landlords with recourse to the Board. Instead, to resolve disputes, the parties are essentially forced to initiate proceedings at the Superior Court of Justice, which is a much more expensive and time-consuming process. The Case Law The Matlavik Case The appropriate starting point for our discussion is the Divisional Court’s decision rendered on March 16, 1979 in Matlavik Holdings Ltd. x. Xxxxxxx (the “Matlavik Case”). This appears to be one of the earliest decisions that dealt with this issue, and it is arguably the most influential decision. In the Matlavik Case, the head tenant had rented 31 rental units from the landlord in order to sublet same as part of its business of providing furnished accommodation to subtenants on a short-term basis. At some point during the course of the head tenant’s tenancy, the landlord applied for rent review pursuant to the Residential Premises Rent Review Act (the “RPRRA”), which legislation was in effect at the time but no longer exists. The applicabil...

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