DRAFT Sample Clauses

DRAFT. Grade the road surface, turnouts, and shoulders to the original shape on the TYPICAL SECTION SHEET to provide a smooth, rut‐free traveled surface and maintain surface water runoff in an even, unconcentrated manner. ▪ Blading shall not undercut the backslope or cut into geotextile fabric on the road. ▪ If required by the Contract Administrator, water shall be applied as necessary to control dust and retain fine surface rock. ▪ Surface material shall not be bladed off the roadway. Replace surface material when lost or worn away, or as directed by the Contract Administrator. ▪ Remove shoulder berms, created by grading, to facilitate drainage, except as marked or directed by the Contract Administrator. ▪ For roads with geotextile fabric: spread surface aggregate to fill in soft spots and wheel ruts (barrel spread) to prevent damage to the geotextile fabric.
DRAFT changes that happen with ageing (2) A notice from the tenant to the lessor may be given to the 38 Keys
DRAFT. The tenant/s must receive a copy of the information statement (Form 17a) and a copy of any applicable by-laws if copies have not previously been given to the tenant/s. Do not send to the RTA - give this form to the tenant/s. keep a copy for your records. Signature of lessor/agent Signature of tenant 1 Name/trading name Print name Signature Signature Signature of tenant 2 Signature of tenant 3 Print name Print name Signature Signature / / Date / / Date / / Date / / Date Lanjack Pty Ltd T/A Denovans R/E Xxxxxxxxxx Xxx Xxxxxxx Special Terms These Special Terms have been adopted and approved by The Real Estate Institute of Queensland Ltd.
DRAFT. A firm must be an eligible DBE and perform a professional or technical function relating to the project. Once a firm is determined to be an eligible DBE, the total amount paid to the DBE for work performed with his/her own forces is counted toward the DBE goal. When a DBE subcontracts part of the work of its contract to another firm, the value of the subcontracted work may be counted toward DBE goals only if the subprovider is itself a DBE. Work that a DBE subcontracts to a non-DBE firm does not count toward DBE goals. A DBE subprovider may subcontract no more than 70% of a federal aid contract. The DBE subprovider shall perform not less than 30% of the value of the contract work with assistance of employees employed and paid directly by the DBE; and equipment owned or rented directly by the DBE. DBE subproviders must perform a commercially useful function required in the contract in order for payments to be credited toward meeting the contract goal. A DBE performs a commercially useful function when it is responsible for executing the work of the contract and is carrying out its responsibilities by actually performing, managing, and supervising the work involved. To perform a commercially useful function, the DBE must also be responsible, with respect to materials and supplies used on the contract, for negotiating price, determining quality and quantity, ordering the material, and installing (where applicable) and paying for the material itself . When a DBE is presumed not to be performing a commercially useful function, the DBE may present evidence to rebut this presumption. A Provider may count toward its DBE goal a portion of the total value of the contract amount paid to a DBE joint venture equal to the distinct, clearly defined portion of the work of the contract performed by the DBE. Proof of payment, such as copies of canceled checks, properly identifying the Department’s contract number or project number may be required to substantiate the payment, as deemed necessary by the Department.
DRAFT. 2. The Consultant may disclose information and documentation to individuals who have a substantial need to know regarding the specific information in question in connection with the Consultant’s exercise of rights or performance of obligations under this Agreement. The Consultant shall inform its subconsultants, employees, and representatives of their obligations under this Agreement and instruct them so as to ensure such obligations are met. If so requested by the Project Representative, the Consultant further agrees to require its subconsultants and individuals performing services pursuant to this Agreement to execute a Confidentiality Agreement.
DRAFT. Cabin Personnel will be subject to the draft procedures outlined in Article B9 - Draft, for flights departing from either Mirabel or Dorval Airport.
DRAFT. 2. The Consultant shall be responsible for the professional quality, technical adequacy and accuracy, timely completion and coordination of all plans, designs, drawings, specifications, reports and other services prepared or performed pursuant to this Agreement. The Consultant shall perform its Work in accordance with the requirements of this Agreement and pursuant to the standards of professional care, skill, diligence and competence as are normally exercised by other members and/or firms of the profession in good standing working under the same or similar conditions and circumstances and in similar communities as the services provided by the Consultant under this Agreement. The Consultant shall be responsible for the professional standards, performance, and actions of all persons and firms performing Work pursuant to this Agreement on behalf of Consultant. The Consultant shall, without additional compensation, correct or revise any errors, omissions or other deficiencies in such plans, designs, drawings, specifications, reports, and other services not in compliance with the requirements of this Agreement and/or not meeting the Consultant's professional standards of care, skill, diligence and competence for the Work to be performed for this project; and ConsultantName shall promptly reimburse the County for any and all costs or damages incurred by the County, including but not limited to the cost to redesign the project and the cost to repair or replace the defective in-place Work. The County shall also have the right to deduct from payments to the Consultant any costs or damages incurred by the County, or which may be incurred by the County, as a result of the Consultant’s failure to comply with the requirements of the Agreement or failure to meet the professional standard of care and skill, or both.