Enabling Legislation Sample Clauses

Enabling Legislation. The Federal Emergency Management Agency estab- lished and operated the System under the authority of §§ 303, 306(a), 306(b), 403(a)(3)(B) and 621(c) of the Xxxxxxxx Act, 42 U.S.C. 5144, 5149(a), 5149(b), 5170b(a)(3)(B) and 5197(c), respectively. Section 503 of the Homeland Security Act of 2002, 6 U.S.C. 313, transferred the functions of the Administrator of FEMA to the Secretary of Homeland Security. The President redelegated to the Secretary of Homeland Security in Executive Order 13286 those authorities of the President under the Xxxxxxxx Act that had been delegated previously to the Administrator of FEMA under Ex- ecutive Order 12148.
Enabling Legislation. By virtue of Title 4 of the Transportation Article of the Annotated Code of Maryland, as amended (the “Enabling Legislation”), the MDTA, acting on behalf of the Department of Transportation of Maryland, is authorized and empowered:
Enabling Legislation. The legislation attached hereto as Exhibit I (the “Enabling Legislation”) adopted by the California Legislature and approved by the Governor of the State of California authorizes the State to enter into this Agreement. The Enabling Legislation shall be deemed to be a part of this Agreement and is hereby incorporated herein by reference. The Parties agree not to challenge the validity of the Enabling Legislation at any time, which agreement shall survive any termination of this Agreement pursuant to any of subsections (a) through (e) of Section 2.20. In the event that the Enabling Legislation is finally determined by the courts to be void or unconstitutional in any material respect, which determination has an adverse effect on the rights or obligations of either or both of the ARCO Parties provided for in or contemplated by this Agreement, the ARCO Parties shall have the right to terminate this Agreement by written notice given to the other Parties within 60 days after such final determination. Any such termination shall not affect the rights and liabilities of the Parties to one another with respect to this Agreement during the period prior to such termination or pursuant to this Section, which rights and liabilities shall survive such termination; provided, however, that if the ARCO Parties terminate pursuant to this provision prior to the 15th anniversary after the date of recordation of the quitclaim provided for by Article 4 (subject to extension as provided in the quitclaim) as a result of a determination of voidness or unconstitutionality, made at any time, in a lawsuit or other proceeding commenced prior to January 1, 1997, such quitclaim shall have no further force and effect as provided therein, and ARCO’s rights under Leases Nos. 308 and 309 then shall be in full force and effect notwithstanding anything in such leases or the SLC regulations to the contrary if and only if within 60 days after such termination ARCO makes a payment to the City, which shall receive and apply the payment in the same manner as provided in Section 2.11, equal to the sum of (i) 50% of the aggregate amount of the State’s Incremental Net Profits from the Program Commencement Date through the earlier of December 31, 1999 and the date of termination and (ii) 49% of the aggregate amount of the State’s Incremental Net Profits from January 1, 2000 through the date of termination (if the date of termination occurs after December 31, 1999), after adjusting for (by subtracting) A...
Enabling Legislation. 31.1.1 Enabling legislation being passed by Parliament This Agreement is binding on the parties but, except for this Clause, is subject to and conditional upon legislation being passed by Parliament in the form of the draft Bill initialled on behalf of the parties at the time of execution of this Agreement with such amendments only as:
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Enabling Legislation. The enabling legislation for this transaction was the 407 Highway Act of 1998. The key elements of this legislation allowed the following: Authorization of the full or partial privatization of Ontario Transportation Capital Corporation (OTCC); Authorization of the transfer of all or part of the right-of-way and other assets comprising or relating to Highway 407; Authorization of the development of the eastern and western segments; Establishing that the owner of the highway would be able to collect and enforce payment of toll revenues, charge administrative fees and interest on unpaid tolls, exempt vehicles, and determine the methods of payment of tolls, fees and interest; Designation of the facility as private, controlled-access toll highway; Mandating that the owner of the Highway 407 maintain and repair the facility; The relieving of the municipalities located along Highway 407 of the liability for maintaining and repairing the facility; and The ability of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) to charge the owner the reasonable costs of providing services on a full cost recovery basis. Regulation enacted in 2000 by the Province dealt with the enforcement of toll payments, including the process for notifying patrons of unpaid toll charges, account dispute resolution procedures, and the imposition of license plate holds by the Registrar of Motor Vehicles for continued non-payment. This regulation was later revoked on February 23, 2003.
Enabling Legislation. The Alberta Municipal Government Act (MGA), Section 631 provides the legislative framework for the preparation and adoption of Intermunicipal Development Plans. Such Plans may address future land use, development and other matters of intermunicipal concern affecting lands within the Plan boundaries as agreed to by the participating municipalities. In addition, each Intermunicipal Development Plan must include procedures for the resolution of intermunicipal conflicts and provisions for the administration, amendment and repeal of the Plan. In accordance with the MGA, Section 638, all statutory plans passed by a municipality must be consistent with each other. The procedure for adopting an IDP is described in Section 692 of the MGA. This Plan was undertaken and adopted pursuant to the MGA. All terms shall be as defined in the MGA unless otherwise defined herein. The Provincial Government is currently undertaking a review of the MGA and amendments to the Act are anticipated. Any matters in this Plan that are in conflict with the MGA shall be amended in accordance with the MGA.
Enabling Legislation. The memoranda in support of §5 of Chapter 172 of the Laws of 1982 make it clear that the authorization of funding agreements (annuities without life contingencies) was intended to implement recommendation IV, 3.2 of the Report of the Executive Advisory Commission on Insurance Regulatory Reform (May 6,1982) at page 43 and specifically authorize by statute contracts that were permitted under the Department’s authority to authorize insurers to engage in activities reasonably ancillary to an insurance business pursuant to §46- a(9) (now §1714).