Deductions. (a) Deductions shall be made from each pay and shall be forwarded to the Treasurer of the Union not later than the fifteenth (15th) day of the month, accompanied by a list of names of employees from whose wages the deductions have been made.
Deductions. The Sublessor may deduct reasonable charges from the Security Deposit for unpaid rent; late charges; if Sublessee is in default; unpaid utilities; replacing unreturned keys, garage door openers, or other devices; costs of cleaning and repairing the Property and its contents for which Sublessee is responsible; pet violations; removal of unauthorized locks or fixtures; removing abandoned or illegally parked vehicles; attorney fees and costs of court incurred in any proceeding against Sublessee. If deductions exceed the Security Deposit, Sublessee will pay Sublessor the excess amount within days after Sublessor makes written demand. The Security Deposit will be applied first to any non-rent items, including late charges, returned check charges, repairs, and utilities, then to any unpaid rent.
Deductions. The Company shall deduct from the compensation described ---------- in Sections 2.2 and 2.3 any federal, state or local withholding taxes, social security contributions and any other amounts which may be required to be deducted or withheld by the Company pursuant to any federal, state or local laws, rules or regulations.
Deductions. The Company shall have the right to deduct from the compensation due to Employee hereunder and all sums required for social security and withholding taxes and for any other federal, state or local tax or charge which may be hereafter enacted or required by law as a charge on any cash or non-cash compensation of Employee.
Deductions. The Executive agrees that the Company may deduct from any sums due to him under this Agreement any sums due by him to the Company including, without limitation, any debits to his Company credit or charge card not authorised by the Company, the Executive’s pension contributions (if any), any overpayments, loans or advances made to him by the Company, the cost of repairing any damage or loss to the Company’s property caused by him and any losses suffered by the Company as a result of any negligence or breach of duty by the Executive.
Deductions. This contract shall conform to the statutes and regulations governing deductions from compensation. The Superintendent authorizes the District to deduct or withhold from each and every period of pay any amounts necessary to offset any damages caused by the Superintendent or the value of property or money entrusted to the Superintendent or owed by the Superintendent to the District during the course of or as a result of the Superintendent’s employment, if such property or money have not properly been returned to the District. The school district shall withhold other deductions as the Superintendent and Board may agree.