DETENTION Sample Clauses

DETENTION. The Rates set forth in Paragraph 1 include waiting time of up to one-half hour measured, for docking, from the time the Tug reports to the dock and, for undocking, from the time the Tug reports at the scheduled sailing time. Waiting time for each Tug in excess of one- half hour shall be charged at a rate of $967.00 per Tug per hour, pro-rated for part of an hour. In addition, if the Vessel is delayed for any reason not attributable to MORAN after commencement of the work, all such delay shall be charged at a rate of $967.00 per Tug per hour, pro-rated for part of an hour.
DETENTION. Teachers and other certificated employees shall have the authority to detain students under their supervision for up to forty (40) minutes after the regular student dismissal time. Detention will not extend beyond the time of departure of the bus upon which the student can ride unless prior arrangements have been made with the student’s parents or guardian.
DETENTION. The rates set forth herein include waiting time of up to one-half hour measured from the time the Tug reports for the service (but not earlier than the time ordered). Waiting time in excess of one-half hour shall be charged at a rate of $1,032.00 per hour per Tug, prorated to the nearest quarter hour. In addition, if the Vessel is delayed for any reason not attributable to MORAN after commencement of the work, all such delay shall be charged at a rate of $1,032.00 per hour, per Tug, prorated to the nearest quarter hour.
DETENTION. The Rates set forth herein include waiting time of up to one-half hour measured, for docking, from the time that the Tug reports at the dock and for undocking, from the time that the Tug reports at the scheduled sailing time. Waiting time in excess of one-half hour shall be charged at the applicable hourly Rate for each Tug. In addition, if the Vessel is delayed for any reason not attributable to MORAN after commencement of the work, all such delay shall be charged at the applicable hourly Rate for each Tug. The applicable hourly Rate shall be as set forth in paragraph 3, pro-rated to the next half hour.
DETENTION. The rates set forth herein include waiting time up to one (1) hour measured from the time that the Tug reports for service (but not earlier than the time ordered). Waiting time or time to moor a Vessel in excess of one hour will be charged at the applicable Hourly Rate and computed in one-quarter hour increments, any fraction thereof to be charged at full one-quarter hour. If the Vessel is delayed for any reason not attributable to Moran after commencement of the work, all such delay shall be charged at the applicable Hourly Rate per Tug, computed in one-quarter hour increments, any fraction thereof to be charged at full one- quarter hour.
DETENTION. All teachers will be required on a roster basis to supervise detention periods in schools where detention is held.
DETENTION. Contractor must follow ACCD 3.4.102 Report of Violation of Probation or Parole. Contractor will follow ACCD 5.1.104 Warrants for Offenders in ACCD Programs/Facilities.
DETENTION. Contractor must follow PPD 6.4.205 Report of Violation of Probation or Parole. Contractor will follow PPD 6.4.102 Offender Arrest/Pick Up and Hold/Release.
DETENTION. If during a Journey an Insured Person is detained for more than 24 hours by any legally empowered, regulatory, governmental or local authority in the country or region in which the Insured Person is travelling, the Insurer will pay the Policyholder up to the amount shown in the Schedule of Benefits for each 24 hour period of detention, for up to 30 days. More serious causes of disruption will be dealt with under Section B5 – Serious Disruption. Section B4Basis of SettlementWhere there is an entitlement to a refund on a travel ticket or accommodation voucher, the Insurer shall be entitled to deduct the value of the unused portion from any claim for Cancellation, Alteration of Itinerary or Curtailment, Rearrangement or Replacement. If any Journey has been funded wholly or partially by promotional vouchers or awards which have been redeemed and which are non-refundable as a result of Cancellation, Alteration of Itinerary or Curtailment, Rearrangement or Replacement the Insurer shall pay the Policyholder up to the cost of an equivalent Journey up to the maximum amount shown in Schedule of Benefits for any one Journey. Section B4 – ExclusionsJourneys not covered:1. any taken against the advice of a Qualified Medical Practitioner;2. where the purpose of the Journey is to receive medical treatment or advice;3. where the purpose of the Journey is directly or indirectly related to a medical condition or situation known to exist by the Insured Person; For Journeys that are covered, the Insurer shall not be liable for:1. expenses incurred as a result of the use by an Insured Person of non-prescribed drugs which cannot be legally obtained from a pharmacy;2. any expenses incurred as the result of the default or financial failure of any transport or accommodation provider, of any agent acting for them or of any agent acting for the Policyholder;3. any expenses incurred as a result of disinclination of an Insured Person to travel or, if on a Journey, disinclination to continue to travel;4. any expenses incurred where a Journey is cancelled as a result of redundancy or resignation of the Insured Person or of the termination of the Insured Person’s employment within 31 calendar days of the commencement of a pre-booked Journey;5. any expenses incurred where a Journey is curtailed, altered or rearranged or where an Insured Person must be replaced as a result of redundancy or resignation of the Insured Person or of the termination of the Insured Person’s employment once a ...
DETENTION. In the event the vessel is prevented from or delayed in berthing or sailing at/from the loading port as a result of SELLERS failure to complete all formalities and process necessary documentation, SELLER will be responsible for the costs associated with the detention of the vessel over and above demurrage.