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Duties and Responsibilities of Operator. 3.1 Operator will provide a Drug and Alcohol Plan (hereinafter referred to as the “D.A. Plan”) and will perform those duties and responsibilities as set forth on Exhibit A attached hereto and made a part of this Agreement.
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DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF FMFS FMFS shall perform all of the customary services of a transfer agent and dividend disbursing agent, and as relevant, agent in connection with accumulation, open account or similar plans (including without limitation any periodic investment plan or periodic withdrawal program), including but not limited to:
Duties of Operator 4.01 Operator shall manage, operate and provide at its sole cost and expense:
Duties and Responsibilities of Manager During the Term, subject to the provisions of Section 3.1 herein, Manager shall provide, in exchange for the Management Fee, all such services as are necessary and appropriate for the day-to-day administration and management of Practice in a manner consistent with good business practice, including without limitation those services set forth in this Article 2.
Duties and Responsibilities of Executive During the Employment Period, Executive shall devote his full working time to (a) the business of the Company and its Affiliates and (b) performance of the duties and responsibilities assigned to Executive to the best of Executive’s ability and with reasonable diligence. In determining Executive’s duties and responsibilities, Executive shall not be assigned duties and responsibilities that are materially inconsistent with Executive’s position. This Section 3 shall not be construed as preventing Executive from (a) engaging in reasonable volunteer services for charitable, educational or civic organizations, or (b) investing personal assets in such a manner that will not require a material amount of the Executive’s time or services in the operation of the businesses in which such investments are made; provided, however, no such other activity shall conflict or materially interfere with Executive’s loyalties, duties or responsibilities to the Company and its Affiliates. Executive shall at all times use his best efforts to comply in good faith with United States laws applicable to Executive’s actions on behalf of the Company and its Affiliates. Executive understands and agrees that Executive may be required to travel from time to time for purposes of the Company’s business. The Parties agree that Executive’s principal work location cannot be relocated further than 50 miles from Executive’s principal work location on the Effective Date, except as mutually agreed by the Parties.
Position, Duties and Responsibilities As of the Effective Date, the Executive shall be employed as the Senior Vice President, Product Management of the Company or in such other reasonably comparable position as the Chief Executive Officer of the Company (the “Chief Executive Officer”) may determine from time to time. In this capacity, the Executive shall be assigned such duties and responsibilities inherent in such position and such other duties and responsibilities as the Chief Executive Officer shall from time to time reasonably assign to him. The Executive shall serve the Company faithfully, conscientiously, and to the best of the Executive’s ability and shall promote the interests and reputation of the Company. The Executive shall devote all of the Executive’s time, attention, knowledge, energy and skills during normal working hours, and at such other times as the Executive’s duties may reasonably require, to the duties of the Executive’s employment; provided, however, that the Executive may (a) serve on civic or charitable boards or committees; or (b) with the approval of the Chief Executive Officer or the Board, serve on corporate boards or committees. The Executive shall report to the Chief Executive Officer in carrying out his duties and responsibilities under this Agreement. The Executive agrees to abide by the rules, regulations, instructions, personnel practices and policies of the Company and any changes therein that may be adopted from time to time.
Duties and Responsibilities of Employee (a) During the Employment Period, Employee shall devote substantially all of Employee’s business time and attention to the business of the Company and its Affiliates, will act in a manner that Employee reasonably believes is consistent with the best interests of the Company and its Affiliates and will perform with due care Employee’s duties and responsibilities. Employee’s duties will include those normally incidental to the position(s) set forth in Section 1 above of as well as whatever additional duties may be assigned to Employee, with Employee’s consent, by any senior officers or by the Board of Managers of EPE Acquisition (the “Board”) from time to time. Employee agrees not to engage in any activity that materially interferes with the performance of Employee’s duties hereunder. Without limiting the foregoing, during the Employment Period, Employee will not hold any type of outside employment, engage in any type of consulting or otherwise render services to or for any other person, entity or business concern without the advance written approval of the Board. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the parties acknowledge and agree that Employee may (i) serve on corporate boards or committees (A) listed on Schedule 2(a) hereto or (B) approved by the Board, (ii) serve on civic, educational, religious, public interest, or charitable boards or committees, (iii) manage Employee’s personal and family investments, provided that such activity is not expressly prohibited by Section 10 and (iv) engage in passive investments (the activities referred to in the immediately preceding clauses (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv) being “Permitted Activities”); provided, however, that such activities shall be permitted so long as such activities do not materially interfere with the performance of Employee’s duties and responsibilities under this Agreement or conflict with the business and affairs of the Company.
Roles and Responsibilities The following federal departments and agencies have identified an interest in the Project, and will participate in the federal review as follows: • The CEA Agency will exercise the powers and perform the duties and functions of the responsible authorities (RAs) in relation to the Project pursuant to the former CEAA until the Minister of the Environment is provided with the comprehensive study report, including those requirements of the Species at Risk Act set out in subsection 11.01(3) of the former CEAA. In addition, the CEA Agency has administrative responsibilities pursuant to the former CEAA in support of the EA. The CEA Agency will act as the EA Manager and as the Crown Consultation Coordinator (CCC) for the EA in relation to the Project, and will coordinate federal input into the provincial EA, to the extent possible; • DFO has regulatory and statutory responsibilities under the Fisheries Act and, pursuant to the former CEAA, is an RA. DFO requires that a complete application for a Fisheries Act authorization be submitted during the EA phase to confirm whether there is a Fisheries Act trigger. In order to meet the regulatory timelines set out in this Agreement for a review under the Fisheries Act, the information requested in the application must be submitted to DFO at the latest, concurrent with the submission of the draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). DFO may be in possession of specialist or expert information or knowledge with respect to the Project and, on request, shall make available that information or knowledge to the CEA Agency; • TC has regulatory and statutory responsibilities under the Navigable Waters Protection Act (NWPA) and, pursuant to the former CEAA, is an RA. TC requires that all the information described in the NWPA application form for a review under the NWPA be submitted during the EA phase to confirm whether there is a NWPA trigger. In order to meet the regulatory timelines set out in this Agreement for a review under the NWPA, the information described in the NWPA application form must be submitted to TC at the latest, concurrent with the submission of the EIS, and the Navigation Impact Assessment (NIA) has to be completed as a component of the EA. TC may be in possession of specialist or expert information or knowledge with respect to the Project and, on request, shall make available that information or knowledge to the CEA Agency; • Environment Canada (EC) is a federal authority (FA) under the former CEAA and is in possession of specialist or expert information or knowledge with respect to the proposed project, and, upon request, shall make available that information or knowledge to the CEA Agency; and EC has responsibilities concerning proposed amendments to the Metal Mining Effluent Regulations (MMER) under the Fisheries Act; • Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) and Health Canada (HC) are federal authorities (FAs) pursuant to the former CEAA and may be in possession of specialist or expert information or knowledge with respect to the Project (expert FAs) and, upon request, shall make available that information or knowledge to the CEA Agency; • Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) has advisory responsibilities to support the Government of Canada’s Aboriginal consultation activities in relation to the Project; and, • The MPMO has administrative and advisory responsibilities under the Cabinet Directive on Improving the Performance of the Regulatory System for Major Resource Projects and the associated Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The MPMO will provide oversight and advice throughout the entire federal review in relation to the Project to ensure adherence to the service standards and roles and responsibilities of all Parties. For further information regarding the roles and responsibilities of the Parties, please see Annexes III, IV and V.
Position and Responsibilities During the period of Executive's employment hereunder, Executive agrees to serve as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Holding Company. The Executive shall render administrative and management services to the Holding Company such as are customarily performed by persons in a similar executive capacity. During said period, Executive also agrees to serve, if elected, as an officer or director of any subsidiary of the Holding Company.
Duties and Responsibilities of the Servicer (a) The Servicer shall conduct the servicing, administration and collection of the Transferred Loans and shall take, or cause to be taken, all such actions as may be necessary or advisable to service, administer and collect Transferred Loans from time to time on behalf of the Borrower and as the Borrower’s agent.
Duties and Responsibilities (a) The Auction Agent is acting solely as agent for the Company hereunder and owes no fiduciary duties to any other Person by reason of this Agreement.