Documentary Evidence Sample Clauses

Documentary Evidence. For purposes of this Annex I, acceptable documentary evidence includes any of the following:
Documentary Evidence. For purposes of this Xxxxx X, acceptable documentary evidence includes any of the following:
Documentary Evidence. An im- xxxxxx making a claim for preferential tariff treatment may be required to demonstrate, to CBP’s satisfaction, that no further production or subse- quent operation, other than permitted under paragraph (a) of this section, oc- curred outside the territories of Chile or the United States. An importer may demonstrate compliance with this sec- tion by submitting documentary evi- dence. Such evidence may include, but is not limited to, bills of lading, pack- ing lists, commercial invoices, and cus- toms entry and exit documents. EXPORT REQUIREMENTS
Documentary Evidence. A copy of any document, evaluation or other information placed on any employee’s file which might, at any time, be the basis for disciplinary action shall be supplied concurrently to the employee and to the Saskatoon Office of the Union. The record of an employee shall not be used at any time after two (2) years following a disciplinary action, provided that no other disciplinary action occurs within the two (2) years immediately following the original disciplinary action. Employees shall be allowed access to their personnel file to review any documents therein pertaining to work performance and/or conduct, except references from previous employers, by making prior arrangement with the Manager or Administrator or his designate. The Employer subscribes to the principal of progressive discipline.
Documentary Evidence. For purposes of this Annex I, acceptable documen- tary evidence includes any of the following:
Documentary Evidence. An im- xxxxxx making a claim for preferential tariff treatment under an applicable TPL may be required to demonstrate, to CBP’s satisfaction, that the good was ‘‘imported directly’’ from the ter- ritory of a Party into the territory of the other Party, as that term is defined in paragraph (a) of this section. An im- xxxxxx may demonstrate compliance with this section by submitting docu- mentary evidence. Such evidence may include, but is not limited to, bills of lading, airway bills, packing lists, com- mercial invoices, receiving and inven- tory records, and customs entry and exit documents.
Documentary Evidence. Article 11
Documentary Evidence. An im- xxxxxx making a claim for preferential 19 CFR Ch. I (4–1–18 Edition) tariff treatment under the MFTA for an originating good may be required to demonstrate, to CBP’s satisfaction, that the good was ‘‘imported directly’’ from the territory of a Party into the territory of the other Party, as that term is defined in paragraph (a) of this section. An importer may demonstrate compliance with this section by sub- mitting documentary evidence. Such evidence may include, but is not lim- ited to, bills of lading, airway bills, packing lists, commercial invoices, re- ceiving and inventory records, and cus- toms entry and exit documents. Tariff Preference Level § 10.778 Filing of claim for tariff pref- erence level. A fabric or apparel good described in § 10.779 of this subpart that does not qualify as an originating good under § 10.770 of this subpart may neverthe- less be entitled to preferential tariff treatment under the MFTA under an applicable tariff preference level (TPL). To make a TPL claim, the im- xxxxxx must include on the entry sum- xxxx, or equivalent documentation, the applicable subheading in Chapter 99 of the HTSUS (9912.99.20) immediately above the applicable subheading in Chapters 51 through 62 of the HTSUS under which each non-originating fab- ric or apparel good is classified.
Documentary Evidence. 43. If the Provider requests it, the Host Organisation must provide documentary evidence relating to the Internship, including evidence that the Intern commenced in the Internship, within the timeframe arranged by the Provider. Compliance and Remedies
Documentary Evidence. § 11 Unless challenged by a Party on good cause shown, the Arbitrator shall admit all documentary evidence as presented by the Parties on the basis that such documents are what they purport to be.