Development of the Agreement Sample Clauses

Development of the Agreement. In June 0000, Xxxxxxxxx presented a paper titled “Southern Hemisphere Albatross Conservation” to the Fourth Meeting of the Coordinating Committee of the Group of Temperate Southern Hemisphere Countries on the Environment (the Xxxxxxxx Group) in Wellington, New Zealand (Australia 1998). Based on the recommendations of that paper, the meeting supported the development of a regional agreement under the CMS for Southern Hemisphere albatrosses and set up an ad hoc working group to identify the scope, function and content of an agreement text. The ad hoc working group held its inaugural meeting in Canberra, Australia, in June 1999, when it produced a potential framework for a regional agreement for presentation at the next meeting of the Conference of Parties of the CMS (CMS 1999a). It also considered the geographical scope of an agreement. Shortly after the Sixth Conference of Parties of the CMS, a one-day informal meeting was held in Paris, France, in January 2000 to discuss the development of an agreement. That meeting was attended by representatives of Australia, France, the United Kingdom and the Bonn Convention. Two formal negotiation meetings were then held in Hobart in July 2000 and in Cape Town, South Africa, in January–February 2001 to draft the text of an agreement to conserve albatrosses and petrels (Anon. 2000, 2001a; Xxxxxx & Xxxx 2001). The two meetings were attended by range states and nongovernmental organizations alike, notably BirdLife International. The final text of the Agreement, including an Action Plan, was adopted at the Cape Town meeting (Anon. 2001b). The Agreement’s Action Plan (Annex 2—Anon 2001b) covers these subjects: • Species conservationHabitat conservation and restorationManagement of human activitiesResearch and monitoring • Collation of information by the Advisory CommitteeEducation and public awareness • Implementation The Action Plan describes conservation measures to be implemented by Parties. These call for a reduction in fishery-induced mortality, eradication of introduced predators at breeding sites, reduction of human disturbance and habitat loss and measures to reduce marine pollution. Significantly, following a proposal made by the United Kingdom at the Hobart negotiation meeting, the Agreement is not restricted geographically, although the albatross and petrel species that it currently lists on its Annex 1 breed in the Southern Hemisphere only (Table 1). There is no impediment to Parties agreeing to add ...
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Development of the Agreement. If one of the Contracting Parties considers it advisable to extend the provisions of this Agreement in the field of trade-economic cooperation, not provided in this Agreement, then it gives the other Contracting Party the reasonable suggestion. After the adoption of this proposal the present Agreement may be amended in accordance with the laws of the State of each of the Contracting Parties.
Development of the Agreement. In order to avoid unnecessary delay to the return of Trust Assets to clients of the Company, the Administrators have developed the Agreement and the Offer in parallel with the appeal process regarding the scheme of arrangement described in section 7.2 (Development of a proposed scheme of arrangement). Further detail on the terms of the Offer and the provisions of the Agreement can be found in the “readers’ guide” at Schedule 2 to the Letter from the Administrators and at Part II of the Circular. The Administrators have worked closely with the Claim Resolution Working Group to establish the terms of the Agreement and the members of the Claim Resolution Working Group have expressed their unanimous support for the Agreement. In addition, representatives of the FSA have been invited to the various meetings and conference calls between the Administrators and the Claim Resolution Agreement Working Group in relation to the development of the Agreement. The FSA has been kept fully informed at each stage of the evolution of the Offer and has been provided with a copy of the Circular.

Related to Development of the Agreement

  • Amendment of the Agreement The Agreement is hereby amended as follows:

  • Implementation of the Agreement Regulations of this Agreement relating to investments who investors of one Contracting Party realized before or after the entry into force of this Agreement, with what shall apply from the moment of its entry into force, provided that such investments conducted in accordance with the laws of that Party Contracting.

  • Review of the Agreement Any amendment or review of this Agreement shall be by agreement in writing and in compliance with section 7.5 of the Act.

  • Impact of the Agreement The Agreement will support an effort by Xx. Xxxxx to use his expertise and University laboratory, as well as other University resources, to support the University’s participation in the research project.

  • Scope of the Agreement This Agreement shall apply to all investments made by investors of either Contracting Party in the territory of the other Contracting Party, accepted as such in accordance with its laws and regulations, whether made before or after the coming into force of this Agreement.

  • Operation of the Agreement 4.1 This Agreement is comprehensive and provides the terms and conditions of employment of employees covered by this Agreement, other than terms and conditions applying under applicable legislation.

  • Performance of the Agreement 2.1 The Designer must make every effort to perform the work commissioned carefully and independently, to promote the client’s interests to the best of his or her ability and to aim to achieve a result that is useful to the client, as can and may be expected of a reasonably and professionally acting designer. To the extent necessary the Designer must keep the client informed of the progress of the work.

  • Subject of the Agreement The subject of this Agreement is to define conditions of cooperation and rights and duties of the contracting parties while providing Licensed Materials as are defined hereunder.

  • Nature of the Agreement a) This Agreement incorporates and includes all prior negotiations, correspondence, conversations, agreements, and understandings applicable to the matters contained in this Agreement. The parties agree that there are no commitments, agreements, or understandings concerning the subject matter of this Agreement that are not contained in this Agreement, and that this Agreement contains the entire agreement between the parties as to all matters contained herein. Accordingly, it is agreed that no deviation from the terms hereof shall be predicated upon any prior representations or agreements, whether oral or written. It is further agreed that any oral representations or modifications concerning this Agreement shall be of no force or effect, and that this Agreement may be modified, altered or amended only by a written amendment duly executed by both parties hereto or their authorized representatives.

  • Duration of the Agreement This Agreement shall come into effect on the day and year stated in Box 4 and shall continue until the date stated in Box 17. Thereafter it shall continue until terminated by either party giving to the other notice in writing, in which event the Agreement shall terminate upon the expiration of a period of two months from the date upon which such notice was given.

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