Disputes Regarding Inclusion/Exclusion Sample Clauses

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  • Specific Exclusion Stanford does not:

  • Specific Exclusions Apart from the exclusions common to all covers, the following are also excluded. We do not intervene for:  Travel taken for the purpose of diagnosis and/or treatment,  Medical and hospitalisation expenses in the country of residence,  Drunkenness, suicide or attempted suicide and their consequences,  Any voluntary mutilation of the insured,  Ailments or benign injuries which can be treated on site and/or which do not prevent the Beneficiary/Insured from continuing his trip,  The states of pregnancy, unless there are unforeseeable complications, and in all cases, the states of pregnancy beyond the 36th week, voluntary termination, the aftermath of childbirth,  Convalescence and ailments during treatment, not yet consolidated and involving a risk of sudden aggravation,  Illnesses diagnosed previously that have resulted in hospitalisation in the 6 months preceding the date of departure on the trip,  Events related to medical treatment or surgery that are not unforeseen, fortuitous or accidental,  Prosthesis costs: optical, dental, acoustic, functional, etc.  The consequences of infectious risk situations in an epidemic context that are subject to quarantine or preventive measures or specific surveillance by the international health authorities and/or local health authorities of the country where you are staying and/or national authorities of your country of origin, unless otherwise specified in the cover.  The costs of spa treatment, cosmetic treatment, vaccination and resultant costs,  Stays in a rest home and the resultant costs,  Rehabilitation, physiotherapy, chiropractic and resultant costs,  Scheduled hospitalisations. In the event of significant trauma following your quarantine related to a context of epidemic or pandemic, we can, at your request, put you in contact with a psychologist by telephone, within the limit indicated in the Schedule of Cover. These sessions are strictly confidential. This listening work is not to be confused with the psychotherapeutic work done by licensed practitioners. Under no circumstances can this service be a substitute for psychotherapy, due to the physical absence of the caller. EMERGENCY SUITCASE In the event that you no longer have enough usable personal effects at your disposal due to your quarantine or your hospitalisation following an epidemic or pandemic, we pay, on presentation of supporting documents, for basic necessities, up to the amount indicated in the Schedule of Cover. DOMESTIC HELP Following your repatriation by us following an illness linked to an epidemic or a pandemic, if you cannot perform your usual household chores, we look for, arrange and pay for domestic help assistance, within the limit indicated in the Schedule of Cover. DELIVERY OF HOUSEHOLD SHOPPING Following your repatriation by us following an illness linked to an epidemic or a pandemic, if you are not able to leave your home, we organize and cover, within the limit of local availability, the costs of delivery of your shopping within the limit set in the Schedule of Cover. PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT UPON YOUR RETURN HOME In the event of significant trauma following an event related to a context of epidemic or pandemic, we can, at your request, put you in contact with a psychologist by telephone after you return home, within the limit indicated in the Schedule of Cover. These sessions are strictly confidential. This listening work is not to be confused with the psychotherapeutic work done by licensed practitioners. Under no circumstances can this service be a substitute for psychotherapy, due to the physical absence of the caller. NEED ASSISTANCE? Contact us, 7 days/week and 24 hours/day By ‘phone from France: By e-mail +00 0 00 00 00 00 (Call not surcharged, cost according to operator, call may be recorded) xxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxx.xx To allow us to intervene under the best conditions, remember to prepare the following information that will be requested when you call: › Your policy number, › Your last and first names, › Your home address, › The country, city or town where you are at the time of the call, › Specify the exact address (no., street, hotel possibly, etc.), › The phone number where we can reach you, › The nature of your problem. When you call initially, you will be given an assistance file number. State it systematically during any subsequent contacts with our Assistance Service.  General Provisions - the policy came with the purchase of goods or a service sold by a supplier; - you can show that you are already covered for one of the risks covered by this new policy; - the policy you wish to cancel has not been fully established; - you have not declared any loss covered by this policy. In this situation, you can exercise your right to cancel this policy by letter or in any lasting medium sent to the insurer of the new policy, together with documentary proof that you already have cover for one of the risks covered by this new policy. The insurer must reimburse you the premium paid within thirty days of your cancellation. If you wish to cancel your policy but do not meet all the above conditions, please check the cancellation procedure stipulated in your policy. Like any insurance policy, this one comprises mutual rights and obligations. It is governed by the French Insurance Code. These rights and obligations are set forth in the following pages. This is a collective damage insurance policy taken out by Gritchen Affinity with MUTUAIDE ASSISTANCE with optional membership.

  • Warranty Exclusions EXCEPT AS SPECIFICALLY AND EXPRESSLY PROVIDED HEREIN, COURT, COURT’S LICENSORS, AND DCA MAKE NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR MERCHANTABILITY, NOR ARE ANY WARRANTIES TO BE IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO THE INFORMATION, SERVICES OR COMPUTER PROGRAMS MADE AVAILABLE UNDER THIS AGREEMENT.

  • Certain Exclusions For purposes of determining whether and the extent to which the Total Payments will be subject to the Excise Tax, (i) no portion of the Total Payments the receipt or enjoyment of which the Executive shall have waived at such time and in such manner as not to constitute a “payment” within the meaning of Section 280G(b) of the Code shall be taken into account; (ii) no portion of the Total Payments shall be taken into account which, in the written opinion of an independent, nationally recognized accounting firm (the “Independent Advisors”) selected by the Company, does not constitute a “parachute payment” within the meaning of Section 280G(b)(2) of the Code (including by reason of Section 280G(b)(4)(A) of the Code) and, in calculating the Excise Tax, no portion of such Total Payments shall be taken into account which, in the opinion of Independent Advisors, constitutes reasonable compensation for services actually rendered, within the meaning of Section 280G(b)(4)(B) of the Code, in excess of the “base amount” (as defined in Section 280G(b)(3) of the Code) allocable to such reasonable compensation; and (iii) the value of any non-cash benefit or any deferred payment or benefit included in the Total Payments shall be determined by the Independent Advisors in accordance with the principles of Sections 280G(d)(3) and (4) of the Code.

  • Program Exclusions A Notice of Default (“NOD”) has been recorded on the subject property more than 60 days prior to the date of request for UMA assistance. • Homeowner is in “active” bankruptcy. Homeowners who have previously filed bankruptcy are eligible for consideration only with proof of court order “Dismissal” or “Discharge”. • Homeowner’s “hardship” is a result of voluntary resignation of employment. • Homeowner in an active HAMP trial modification is not eligible for UMA consideration unless the trial is cancelled. • Homeowner becomes fully employed at any time during the UMA benefit period. • Homeowner is actively being reviewed for a short sale, a deed in lieu and/or TAP benefits. • Property is subject to a first priority lien securing a Home Equity Line of Credit (“HELOC”).

  • Non-Exclusivity of Services The Manager is free to act for its own account and to provide investment management services to others. The Fund acknowledges that the Manager and its officers and employees, and the Manager's other funds, may at any time have, acquire, increase, decrease or dispose of positions in the same investments which are at the same time being held, acquired or disposed of under this Agreement for the Fund. Neither the Manager nor any of its officers or employees shall have any obligation to effect a transaction under this Agreement simply because such a transaction is effected for his or its own account or for the account of another fund. Fund agrees that the Manager may refrain from providing any advice or services concerning securities of companies for which any officers, directors, partners or employees of the Manager or any of the Manager's affiliates act as financial adviser, investment manager or in any capacity that the Manager deems confidential, unless the Manager determines in its sole discretion that it may appropriately do so. The Fund appreciates that, for good commercial and legal reasons, material nonpublic information which becomes available to affiliates of the Manager through these relationships cannot be passed on to Fund.

  • Non-Exclusivity The services of the Sub-Adviser to the Adviser and the Trust are not to be deemed to be exclusive, and the Sub-Adviser shall be free to render investment advisory and administrative or other services to others (including other investment companies) and to engage in other activities. It is understood and agreed that officers or directors of the Sub-Adviser are not prohibited from engaging in any other business activity or from rendering services to any other person, or from serving as partners, officers, directors or trustees of any other firm or trust, including other investment advisory companies.

  • Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension, Ineligibility and Voluntary Exclusion First Tier Participants:

  • Tax Examinations Abroad 1. A Contracting Party may allow representatives of the competent authority of the other Contracting Party to enter the territory of the first-mentioned Party to interview individuals and examine records with the written consent of the persons concerned. The competent authority of the second-mentioned Party shall notify the competent authority of the first-mentioned Party of the time and place of the meeting with the individuals concerned.