Distribution Licensee Sample Clauses

Distribution Licensee. In case of BPWA with or without Banking agreement
Distribution Licensee. (herein after called as DISCOM) and having its registered office at........................................................................... (address)........................ ..............................as second party of the agreement.
Distribution Licensee. The Rural System Operator may terminate the PPA and shall be free to sale power to third party provided connectivity can be established or Rural System Operator can claim Distribution Licensee to compensate Rural System Operator at Buyout price equivalent to prevalent book value of the Off‐ Grid Rural Energy System. .

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  • Distribution License Upon Certification of the Software Title, approval of the Marketing Materials and the FPU test version of the Software Title by Microsoft, and subject to the terms and conditions contained within this Agreement, Microsoft grants Publisher a non-exclusive, non-transferable, license to distribute FPUs containing Redistributable and Sample Code (as defined in the XDK License) and Security Technology (as defined above) within the Sales Territories approved in the Software Title’s Concept in FPU form to third parties for distribution to end users and/or directly to end users. The license to distribute the FPUs is personal to Publisher and except for transfers of FPU through normal channels of distribution (e.g. wholesalers, retailers), absent the written approval of Microsoft, Publisher may not sublicense or assign its rights under this license to other parties. For the avoidance of doubt, without the written approval of Microsoft, Publisher may not sublicense, transfer or assign its right to distribute Software Titles or FPU to another entity that will brand, co-brand or otherwise assume control over such products as a “publisher” as that concept is typically understood in the console game industry. Publisher may only grant end users the right to make personal, non-commercial use of Software Titles and may not grant end users any of the other rights reserved to a copyright holder under US Copyright Law, Japanese Copyright Law, or its international equivalent. Publisher’s license rights do not include any license, right, power or authority to subject Microsoft’s software or derivative works thereof or intellectual property associated therewith in whole or in part to any of the terms of an Excluded License. “Excluded License” means any license that requires as a condition of use, modification and/or distribution of software subject to the Excluded License, that such software or other software combined and/or distributed with such software be (a) disclosed or distributed in source code form; (b) licensed for the purpose of making derivative works; or (c) redistributable at no charge.

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  • Unbundled Sub-Loop Distribution Intrabuilding Network Cable (USLD-INC) is the distribution facility owned or controlled by BellSouth inside a building or between buildings on the same property that is not separated by a public street or road. USLD-INC includes the facility from the cross connect device in the building equipment room up to and including the point of demarcation at the End User’s premises.

  • Commercialization License A non-transferable (except as provided in Section 17.1 (Assignment)), sublicensable (subject to Section 11.1.5 (Genzyme Sublicense Rights)), exclusive (even as to Voyager) license under the Voyager Licensed Technology to (a) Commercialize the SMA Licensed Products in the Field worldwide and (b) to Manufacture the SMA Licensed Products worldwide for the purposes of such Commercialization. The license granted under the foregoing clause (a) shall be royalty-bearing for the Royalty Term applicable to each SMA Licensed Product in each country in the world, and, after the Royalty Term applicable to such SMA Licensed Product in such country, shall convert to a fully-paid perpetual exclusive license to Commercialize such SMA Licensed Product in the Field in such country.

  • Distribution Plans You shall also be entitled to compensation for your services as provided in any Distribution Plan adopted as to any series and class of any Fund’s Shares pursuant to Rule 12b-1 under the 1940 Act. The compensation provided in any such Distribution Plan (a “12b-1 Plan”) may be divided into a distribution fee and a service fee, as set forth in such Plan and the Fund’s then current prospectus and statement of additional information (“SAI”), each of which is compensation for different services to be rendered to the Fund. Subject to the termination provisions in a 12b-1 Plan, any distribution fee with respect to the sale of a Share subject to such Plan shall be earned when such Share is sold and shall be payable from time to time as provided in the 12b-1 Plan. The distribution fee payable to you as provided in any 12b-1 Plan shall be payable without offset, defense or counterclaim (it being understood by the parties hereto that nothing in this sentence shall be deemed a waiver by the Fund of any claim the Fund may have against you).

  • SOURCE CODE ESCROW FOR LICENSED PRODUCT If Source Code or Source Code escrow is offered by either Contractor or Product manufacturer or developer to any other commercial customers, Contractor shall either: (i) provide Licensee with the Source Code for the Product; or (ii) place the Source Code in a third party escrow arrangement with a designated escrow agent who shall be named and identified to the State, and who shall be directed to release the deposited Source Code in accordance with a standard escrow agreement acceptable to the State; or (iii) will certify to the State that the Product manufacturer/developer has named the State, acting by and through the Authorized User, and the Licensee, as a named beneficiary of an established escrow arrangement with its designated escrow agent who shall be named and identified to the State and Licensee, and who shall be directed to release the deposited Source Code in accordance with the terms of escrow. Source Code, as well as any corrections or enhancements to such source code, shall be updated for each new release of the Product in the same manner as provided above and such updating of escrow shall be certified to the State in writing. Contractor shall identify the escrow agent upon commencement of the Contract term and shall certify annually that the escrow remains in effect in compliance with the terms of this paragraph. The State may release the Source Code to Licensees under this Contract who have licensed Product or obtained services, who may use such copy of the Source Code to maintain the Product. FOR NEGOTIATED CONTRACTS THE FOLLOWING CLAUSES ARE RESERVED BECAUSE BIDDING DOES NOT APPLY: Clauses: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 15, 21, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 36, 49, 50, 52, 54 and 37 I N D E X Paragraph Paragraph A No. Additional Warranties 72 Advertising Results 20 Applicability 1 Assignment 56 Assignment of Claim 66 Audit of Licensed Product Usage 80 Authentication of Facsimile Bids 10 B Bid Contents 12 Bid Evaluation 29 Bid Opening 7 Bid Submission 8 C Changes to Product or Service Offerings 84 Clarification/Revisions 31 Confidential/Trade Secret Materials 14 Conflict of Terms 4 Conditional Bid 30 Contract Xxxxxxxx 62 Contract Creation/Execution 38 Contract Term - Renewal 71 Cooperation with Third Parties 70 D Default - Authorized User 63 Definitions 5 Disqualification for Past Performance 35 Drawings 25 E Emergency Contracts 43 Employees/Subcontractors/Agents 55 Equivalent or Identical Bids 33 Estimated/Specific Quantity Contracts 42 Ethics Compliance 3 Expenses Prior to Contract Execution 19 Extraneous Terms 13 F Facsimile Submissions 9 Freedom of Information Law 16 G Governing Law 2 I Indemnification 74 Indemnification Relating to Third Party Rights 75 Independent Contractor 68 Installation 52 Insurance 77 No. Interest on Late Payments 64 International Bidding 6 L Late Bids 11 Legal Compliance 73 Limitation of Liability 76 M Modification of Contract Terms 40 N No Hardstop/Passive License Monitoring 85 O On-Site Storage 54 Ownership/Title to Project Deliverables 81 P Participation in Centralized Contracts 39 Performance and Responsibility Qualifications 34 Performance/Bid Bond 58 Prevailing Wage Rates Public Works & Building Services Contracts 17 Pricing 24 Procurement Card 27 Product Acceptance 79 Product Delivery 45 Product References 21 Product Substitution 50 Product Version 83 Products Manufactured in Public Institutions 23 Prompt Payment Discounts 32 Proof of License 82 Purchase Orders 44 Q Quantity Changes Prior to Award 36 R Rejected Product 51 Release of Bid Evaluation Materials 15 Re-Weighing Product 49 Remanufactured, Recycled, Recyclable or Recovered Materials 22 Remedies for Breach 65 Repaired or Replaced Product/Components 00 X Xxxxxxx 00 Xxxxxxx/Xxxxx Xxxxxxx 61 Scope Changes 41 Security 69 Site Inspection 26 Shipping/Receipt of Product 47 Software License Grant 78 Source Code Escrow for Licensed Product 86 Subcontractors and Suppliers 57 Suspension of Work 59 T Taxes 18 Termination 60 Timeframe for Offers 37 Title and Risk of Loss 48 Toxic Substances 67 W Weekend and Holiday Deliveries 46 APPENDIX C MINORITY AND WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY POLICY STATEMENT I, , the (title) of (Contractor) agree that (Contractor) has adopted the following policies with respect to Contract Number . M/WBE Contractor will make good faith efforts to achieve the M/WBE contract participations goals set by OGS for that area in which the State-funded project is located, by taking the following steps:

  • Distribution of UDP and TCP queries DNS probes will send UDP or TCP “DNS test” approximating the distribution of these queries.

  • Distribution Rights Licensee may distribute Distributable Components (including when modified per Section 3(a)(3)B (Modification Rights) above), provided that either (a) such Distributable Components have been converted into a machine executable form, such as in the case of a Core or Design Element, a Bitstream, and in the case of a Driver, in compiled object code form; or (b) the recipient thereof has a valid license from Xilinx to use the same Software. In all cases Distributable Components shall be distributed only for use to program a Xilinx Device.

  • Distribution Services The Distributor shall sell and repurchase Shares as set forth below, subject to the registration requirements of the 1933 Act and the rules and regulations thereunder, and the laws governing the sale of securities in the various states ("Blue Sky Laws"):

  • Distribution Arrangements Subject to compliance with the 1940 Act, the Trustees may retain underwriters and/or placement agents to sell Trust Shares. The Trustees may in their discretion from time to time enter into one or more contracts, providing for the sale of the Shares of the Trust, whereby the Trust may either agree to sell such Shares to the other party to the contract or appoint such other party its sales agent for such Shares. In either case, the contract shall be on such terms and conditions as the Trustees may in their discretion determine not inconsistent with the provisions of this Article IV or the By-Laws; and such contract may also provide for the repurchase or sale of Shares of the Trust by such other party as principal or as agent of the Trust and may provide that such other party may enter into selected dealer agreements with registered securities dealers and brokers and servicing and similar agreements with persons who are not registered securities dealers to further the purposes of the distribution or repurchase of the Shares of the Trust.