Electronic Materials Sample Clauses

Electronic Materials. “Electronic Materials” means any electronic data, databases, or content used in the promotion of the Product or in distribution and optimization of the Product.
Electronic Materials. 6.1 By submitting an application for a Product, you consent to receiving electronic materials from us and agree that, effective the date that you submit your application, we may present or send the Agreement and any document, notice, and/or communication relating to the Agreement or your Product to you in electronic form, including by telephone, by fax, by email, or by posting the same on our website.
Electronic Materials surface cleaning products or services • surface etching products or services • surface preparation products or services • pelical repair products or services • photomask products (not including organo-metallic line writing products or any development thereof)
Electronic Materials. By submitting an application for a Product, you consent to receiving electronic materials from us and agree that, effective the date that you submit your application, we may present or send the Agreement and any document, notice, and/or communication relating to the Agreement or your Product to you in electronic form, including by telephone, by fax, by email, or by posting the same on our website. You may revoke your consent for electronic delivery of documents, notices, and communications at any time. Electronic documents, notices, and communications will be retained and made available to you in accordance with our Privacy Policy. You are responsible for retaining a copy of each electronic document, notice, and communication that we provide you. An electronic copy of a document, notice, or communication relating to your Product, including an electronic copy of the Agreement, will be admissible in any legal, administrative, or other proceeding as if it was an original physical version of the same. You agree to waive any right to object to the introduction of any item as evidence due to it being in an electronic form. Set-Off Notwithstanding anything else in the Agreement, we may, at any time and from time to time, at our sole discretion and without notice to you, apply any or all of the funds in your Account and/or your GIC (including the principal balance of a GIC that has not yet matured and any earned but unpaid interest) against any outstanding debt or other obligation that you (or with respect to a jointly held Product, any one (1) or more of the Account Holders or GIC Holders) owe us. If we choose to exercise a right of set-off, we shall also have the right to terminate your Product. If your Product is terminated pursuant to this Section 7: the balance of your Account, less any outstanding debts or other obligations owed to us, will be paid by cheque or EFT sent to you, provided however for joint Accounts, any earned but unpaid interest will be paid to the primary Account Holder, as identified in your Account application; the principal amount you paid to us for your GIC plus any earned but unpaid interest, less any outstanding debts or other obligations owed to us, will be paid by cheque or EFT sent to you, provided however for joint GICs, any earned but unpaid interest, less any outstanding debts or other obligations owed to us, will be paid to the first GIC Holder identified in your GIC application. Unlawful or Inappropriate Activity We may, at our...
Electronic Materials. . If the Electronic Materials are: (1) delivered to XXXX at XXXX headquarters on the 91st day or later after the posting of the Irrevocable Standby Letter of Credit and; (2) said Electronic Materials are in compliance with Quality Standards, XXXX shall pay to INFOCON in a manner set forth below an amount equal to * per 1000 (One Thousand) Characters converted from Raw Materials into Electronic Materials. In addition, however, XXXX shall charge to INFOCON a late delivery penalty and deduct from INFOCON an amount of * per day first beginning on the 91st day and continuing each day until the Electronic Materials are received by XXXX at XXXX headquarters and said Electronic Materials meet Quality Standards. In the unlikely event that the late penalty exceeds the overall value of the Electronic Materials delivered, then XXXX shall deduct the remaining balance of the late delivery penalty on future deliveries of Electronic Materials. It is understood by and between the parties that after INFOCON has delivered the Electronic Materials to XXXX and during the time to which XXXX is determining Quality Standards by the utilization of Measured Quality Standards, that said time period for measuring quality standards shall not count as against INFOCON. For example: XXXX receives the Electronic Materials from INFOCON on day 60. For a period of 10 days XXXX ascertains Quality Standards and notified INFOCON on day 10 that Quality Standards have not been met. INFOCON re-delivers the Electronic Materials 15 days later. XXXX then ascertains that Quality Standards have been met after 10 more days. Under this example the understanding of the parties would be that INFOCON delivered the Electronic Materials that met Quality Standards on day 75 and therefore would be paid * per 1000 (One Thousand) Characters converted from Raw Materials into Electronic Materials in the manner set forth below. For every delivery of Quality Standard Electronic Materials, XXXX shall make 12 equal payments in an amount set forth above with the first payment beginning six (6) months after delivery. Under no circumstances shall XXXX pay more than * per month for 12 consecutive months on any single Quality Standard Electronic Materials delivery, although there may be times when subsequent Quality Standard Electronic Material payments are running concurrent with previous Quality Standard Electronic Material payments. It is understood between the parties that if and in the event that the timing of the deli...
Electronic Materials. The University and the City shall each attempt to negotiate licenses or other use agreements for the use by both the Members of the General Public and University Users of the respective electronic material and databases in the Joint Library if such use by the Members of the General Public or the University Users does not require the expenditure of additional funds for such licenses or other use agreements compared to the use by only the Members of the General Public or the University Users, as the case may be. If such use were to require the expenditure of additional funds for such licenses or other use agreements, either Party shall have the right to restrict access to such electronic material or databases so as not to violate any agreements either Party has entered into regarding the use thereof.
Electronic Materials. (100% of EM); 2. Specialty Colors (approximately 15% of PPC and 100% of GS); and 3. Ceramics and Glazes (approximately 85% of PPC and 100% of CER).
Electronic Materials. SK Hynix High Pressure Gas Conversions Hynix Revenue for Specialty Gas $4.5M $6.0M $7.5M 5%

Related to Electronic Materials

  • Electronic Monitoring All observations shall be conducted openly. Mechanical or electronic devices shall not be used to listen to or record the procedures of any class without the prior knowledge and consent of the teacher.

  • Electronic Mail Electronic mail may be used to distribute routine communications, such as financial statements and other information, and documents to be signed by the parties hereto; provided, however, that no Notice of Borrowing, signature, or other notice or document intended to be legally binding shall be effective if sent by electronic mail.

  • Electronic Media 10.5.1 Where this Agreement or referenced provisions in the Contract Documents require the Project Consultant to provide information or documents in either electronic or magnetic media, the preparation and format of that media shall conform to the Owner's Electronic Media Submittal Requirements (Attachment 3 to this Agreement).

  • Electronic Systems (i) Each Loan Party agrees that the Administrative Agent may, but shall not be obligated to, make Communications (as defined below) available to the Issuing Bank and the other Lenders by posting the Communications on Debt Domain, Intralinks, Syndtrak, ClearPar or a substantially similar Electronic System.

  • Limited Use of Electronic Mail Electronic mail and Internet and intranet websites may be used only to distribute routine communications, such as financial statements and other information as provided in Section 6.02, and to distribute Loan Documents for execution by the parties thereto, and may not be used for any other purpose.

  • Electronic Records Each Borrower hereby acknowledges the receipt of a copy of this Agreement and all other Loan Documents. The Administrative Agent and each Lender may, on behalf of the Borrowers, create a microfilm or optical disk or other electronic image of this Agreement and any or all of the Loan Documents. The Administrative Agent and each Lender may store the electronic image of this Agreement and Loan Documents in its electronic form and then destroy the paper original as part of the Administrative Agent’s and each Lender’s normal business practices, with the electronic image deemed to be an original and of the same legal effect, validity and enforceability as the paper originals. The Administrative Agent and each Lender are authorized, when appropriate, to convert any note into a “transferable record” under the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act.

  • Electronic Notice An electronic communication (“Electronic Notice”) shall be deemed written notice for purposes of this Section 16 if sent to the electronic mail address specified by the receiving party under separate cover. Electronic Notice shall be deemed received at the time the party sending Electronic Notice receives verification of receipt by the receiving party. Any party receiving Electronic Notice may request and shall be entitled to receive the notice on paper, in a nonelectronic form (“Nonelectronic Notice”) which shall be sent to the requesting party within ten (10) days of receipt of the written request for Nonelectronic Notice.

  • Electronic Information Each Member hereby agrees that all current and future notices, confirmations and other communications may be made by the Company via email, sent to the email address of record of the Member provided to the Company as changed or updated from time to time, without necessity of confirmation of receipt, delivery or reading, and such form of electronic communication is sufficient for all matters regarding the relationship between the Company and the Members except as otherwise required by law. If any such electronically sent communication fails to be received for any reason, including but not limited to such communications being diverted to the recipients spam filters by the recipients email service provider, or due to a recipient’s change of address, or due to technology issues by the recipients service provider, the parties agree that the burden of such failure to receive is on the recipient and not the sender, and that the sender is under no obligation to resend communications via any other means, including but not limited to postal service or overnight courier, and that such communications shall for all purposes, including legal and regulatory, be deemed to have been delivered and received. Except as required by law, no physical, paper documents will be sent to Members, and a Member desires physical documents then such Member agrees to be satisfied by directly and personally printing, at such Member’s own expense, the electronically sent communication(s) and maintaining such physical records in any manner or form that a Member desires.

  • Electronic Notices If you have agreed to receive notices electronically, we may send you notices electronically and discontinue mailing paper notices to you until you notify us that you wish to reinstate receiving paper notices.

  • ELECTRONIC WORKFLOW SYSTEM OGS reserves the right to incorporate an electronic workflow system that may include elements of the Authorized User RFQ process. OGS reserves the right to post Authorized User Contract usage of Centralized Contracts. TRAVEL, MEALS AND LODGING - LOT 4 – IMPLEMENTATION ONLY For Lot 4 only, when provided for in the RFQ and resultant Authorized User Agreement, the Authorized Users may reimburse travel expenses. All rules and regulations associated with this travel can be found at xxxx://xxx.xxxxx.xx.xx/agencies/travel/travel.htm. In no case will any travel reimbursement be charged that exceeds these rates. All travel will be paid only as specified within the Authorized User Agreement and must be billed with the associated services on the same Invoice with receipts attached. The Contractor shall receive prior approval from the Authorized User for any travel that occurs during the term of an Authorized User Agreement. Parking fees and/or parking tickets shall not be paid by an Authorized User. Unless otherwise specified in writing by the Authorized User, a vehicle will not be provided by Authorized User to the Contractor for travel. Therefore, the Contractor will be responsible for ensuring that the Contractor has access to an appropriate vehicle (e.g., personal vehicle or rental vehicle) or common carrier with which to carry out any necessary travel. For the Contractor to obtain reimbursement for the use of a rental vehicle, such use must be justified as the most cost- effective mode of transportation under the circumstances (including consideration of the most effective use of time). The Contractor is responsible for keeping adequate records to substantiate any claims for travel reimbursement. All services provided under the resultant Authorized User Agreement must be performed within CONUS. PERFORMANCE AND BID BONDS There are no BONDS for this Contract. However, an Authorized User may require in an RFQ a performance, payment or Bid bond, or negotiable irrevocable letter of credit or other form of security for the faithful performance for the resultant Authorized User Agreement. CONTRACTOR REQUIREMENTS AND PROCEDURES FOR PARTICIPATION BY NEW YORK STATE CERTIFIED MINORITY- AND WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES AND EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR MINORITY GROUP MEMBERS AND WOMEN I. New York State Law Pursuant to New York State Executive Law Article 15-A and Parts 140-145 of Title 5 of the New York Codes, Rules and Regulations (“NYCRR”), the New York State Office of General Services (“OGS”) is required to promote opportunities for the maximum feasible participation of New York State-certified Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprises (“MWBEs”) and the employment of minority group members and women in the performance of OGS contracts.