Deposition. Each party to a dispute shall have the right to take ---------- the deposition of up to [two] individuals and any expert witness designated by each other party. Each party also shall have the right to make requests for production of documents to any party. The subpoena right specified below shall be applicable to discovery pursuant to this paragraph. Additional discovery may be had only where the arbitrator selected pursuant to this Section 14 so orders, upon a showing of reasonable and substantial need. At least 30 days before the arbitration, the parties must exchange lists of witnesses, including any expert, and copies of all exhibits intended to be used at the arbitration. Each party shall have the right to subpoena witnesses and documents for the arbitration.
Deposition. Pursuant to the VRLTA, Landlord may apply all or part of the security deposit to the payment of accrued rent and the amount of any damages which have been suffered, including but not limited to, physical damages, including attorneys’ fees and costs. It is Landlord’s policy to apply security deposits to non-rent items first, and then to any unpaid rent. Within forty-five (45) days after termination of the tenancy and return of possession of the Dwelling Unit be Tenant(s) to Landlord, Landlord must provide Tenants(s) with an itemized listing of all deductions made from the security deposit, and with payment of amount due Tenant(s). If Tenant(s) comply with all terms and conditions of the Lease and with the applicable statutory obligations, Landlord must return to Tenants(s) the security deposit, together with any accrued interest as is required by law, within forty-five (45) days after termination of the tenancy and return of possession of the Dwelling Unit to Landlord by Tenant(s).
Deposition. The materials that are transported get deposited to a particular location, known as deposition process. Deposi- tion can affect sand, sediment and shingle. There are four main deposition environments: beaches (deposition of sand, singles etc. between the high tide and low tide mark), spits (long-term deposition that forms long narrow ridge from the coast line), bars (grow like spits but join to headlands) and tombolos (spit growing outward joining offshore island and land) (Gore, 2010). Corals are one of the main features of Pacific countries. There are four types of coral reefs found in the Pacific: • Fringing reefs • Barrier reefs • Atoll reefs and • Reef islands 34 Coral reefs are important because they act as line of defense in protecting all islands in the Pacific. 35 “Coral reefs are important because of the way they produce characteristic coastal morphological structures, affects water levels and currents within the coastal zone, and ultimately supply beach materials (sand, pebbles and boulders) from which beaches, small islands( islets, motu or cays), and long length of shorelines are constructed.” 36 Coral reefs also play an important role in reducing wave energy. Tides are driven by gravitational forces, which alter the coastal process. The low tide exposes the shore to become dry after the high tide and promotes shoreline weathering. Tidal range plays an important role in controlling the vertical distance over high waves and currents that shape the shoreline. Tsunamis are large waves caused by tec- tonic movements that can change the coastline structure within minutes to hours. Relative sea level determines the shoreline; rise or fall of sea level changes the shoreline (Summerfield,1991).
Deposition. Only a fraction of the inhaled dose will be deposited in the lung, so d = ߮ þ D is the average number of organisms deposited in the lung for an individual (the retained or deposited dose). This reduction, ߮, is due to some material settling in the upper respiratory tract, some being swallowed into the gut from which infection would be more difficult, or other clearance of material away from the lung. These processes may take time but should occur on a shorter timescale than the dispersal and the subsequent infection process. The parameter ߮ maybe derived from multi-pathway particle dosimetry modelling5 for a given breathing rate. More formally, a person challenged with some inhaled dose þ D of bacteria has a fraction deposited in the lung space d (so d~ B(߮, P(þ D))) where B is a binomial distribution with probability of success ߮ and number of trials given by a Poisson distribution P(þD)). A binomial random variable with number of trials drawn from a Poisson distribution is itself then a Poisson distribution such that d~ P(߮þD). This deposition fraction will vary depending on activity level of host and particle size inhaled, but will be assumed not to vary with individual spores.
Deposition. 22.1 The documents which were made available in the electronic data room provided by DRooms between 19 August and 27 September 2013 are contained in one (1) CD-ROM which is deposited with the acting notary at the time of the signing of this Agreement. The Parties hereby jointly instruct the acting notary to take the CD-ROM in custody (Verwahrung).