Establish and Maintain Sample Clauses

Establish and Maintain. The EBA, acting through the Committee, shall establish and maintain the New Plan for the purpose of providing Retiree Medical Benefits to the Class and Covered Group as set forth in this Settlement Agreement. The Committee shall begin administering the New Plan so as to be able to provide Retiree Medical Benefits for the Class and Covered Group with respect to claims incurred on or after the Implementation Date. The Committee shall implement the New VEBA at the earlier of (i) the expiration of 180 days following the Initial Effective Date, or (ii) the Implementation Date. The New Plan shall be ERISA-covered and the New VEBA shall meet the requirements of Section 501(c)(9) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Establish and Maintain. The EBA, acting through the Committee, shall establish and maintain the New Plan for the purpose of providing Retiree Medical Benefits to the Class and the Covered Group as set forth in this Settlement Agreement. The Committee shall begin administering the New Plan so as to be able to provide Retiree Medical Benefits for the Class and the Covered Group with respect to claims incurred after the Implementation Date. The New VEBA was established on October 16, 2008. The New Plan shall be ERISA-covered and the New VEBA shall meet the requirements of Section 501(c)(9) of the Code. All payments to the New Plan and the New VEBA made or caused to be made by Ford under the Settlement Agreement are payments pursuant to section 302(c)(2) of the Labor Management Relations Xxx, 0000, as amended ("LMRA"), 29 U.S.C. 186(c)(2).
Establish and Maintain a current list of minority and female recruitment sources, provide written notification to minority and female recruitment sources and to community organizations when the Contractor or its unions have employment opportunities available, and maintain a record of the organizations’ responses.
Establish and Maintain. The EBA, acting through the Committee, shall establish and maintain the New Plan for the purpose of providing Retiree Medical Benefits to the Class and the Covered Group as set forth in this Settlement Agreement. The Committee shall begin administering the New Plan so as to be able to provide Retiree Medical Benefits for the Class and the Covered Group with respect to claims incurred on or after the Implementation Date. The Committee established the New VEBA on October 16, 2008. The Approval Order shall provide for the amendment of the New VEBA as provided in Exhibit D attached to this Settlement Agreement, such amendment to be effective as soon as administratively practicable after the issuance of the Approval Order. The New Plan shall be ERISA-covered and the New VEBA shall meet the requirements of Section 501(c)(9) of the Code. All payments to the New Plan and the New VEBA made or caused to be made by Newco under the Settlement Agreement are payments pursuant to section 302(c)(2) of the Labor Management Relations Act, 1947, as amended (“LMRA”), 29 U.S.C. 186(c)(2).
Establish and Maintain. The EBA, acting through the Committee, shall establish and maintain the New Plan for the purpose of providing Retiree Medical Benefits to the Class and the Covered Group as set forth in this Settlement Agreement. The Committee shall begin administering the New Plan so as to be able to provide Retiree Medical Benefits for the Class and the Covered Group with respect to claims incurred after the Implementation Date. The Committee shall implement the New VEBA at the earlier of (i) the expiration of 180 days following the Initial Effective Date or (ii) the day following the Implementation Date. The New Plan shall be ERISA-covered and the New VEBA shall meet the requirements of Section 501(c)(9) of the Code. All payments to the New Plan and the New VEBA made or caused to be made by Ford under the Settlement Agreement are payments pursuant to section 302(c)(2) of the Labor Management Relations Xxx, 0000, as amended ("LMRA"), 29 U.S.C. 186(c)(2).
Establish and Maintain adequate internal control system The Contractor shall establish and maintain adequate internal control systems, including the maintenance of written policy/procedural manuals for information systems, personnel and accounting/finance in sufficient detail such that operations can continue should staffing change or absences occur.

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  • Establishment and Maintenance of Records GRANTEE shall maintain records, including but not limited to, books, financial records, supporting documents, statistical records, personnel, property, and all other pertinent records sufficient to reflect properly:

  • Operation and Maintenance 17.1 O&M obligations of the Concessionaire

  • Repairs and Maintenance It is the responsibility of the Tenant(s) to notify the Landlord immediately of any needed repair or unsafe condition existing around or in the Premises including but not limited to cracks in the foundation, cracks in plaster, moisture in walls and ceiling, buckling sheetrock or siding, or any leaks. If Xxxxxx(s) fails to immediately notify Landlord of visible problems, which result in damage to the unit, then Tenant(s) becomes liable for cost of resultant damage. All repairs necessary to maintain premises shall be done by or under the direction of the Landlord, at the Landlord’s expense, except those caused by negligence or acts of Tenant(s), Tenant’s agents, or invitees, which repairs shall be made at the sole cost of the Tenant(s). Such repairs shall be made to conform to the original condition of the Premises at the time the Tenant(s) took possession. Although the Landlord repairs normal wear and tear items, the adage “you broke it you pay to fix it” applies to the Tenant(s) and it applies during tenancy as well as at the end of tenancy. In addition, if a Tenant(s) calls for maintenance for which no such maintenance is needed (false call), Tenant(s) will be charged for the service call. Any repairs, including labor, material, and parts used, which are the responsibility of the Tenant(s), must be pre-approved in writing by the Landlord. Landlord shall be the sole judge as to what repairs are necessary. Landlord shall have no obligation to repair any defective condition, nor shall any defense or remedy be available to the Tenant(s), where the defective condition complained of was caused by the Tenant, Xxxxxx’s family, invitee, licensee, or other person acting under the control or direction of the Tenant(s), or where the Tenant unreasonably fails to notify the Landlord of the condition or allow the Landlord access to the Premises for purposes of the repair. Before exercising any of the remedies in accordance with the Landlord-Tenant Act, Tenant(s) must be current in rent. Tenant(s) shall be responsible for all broken glass. Tenant(s) shall not paint, re-wallpaper, or otherwise redecorate or make alterations to the Premises without the written consent of the Landlord. If written consent is given, such alterations shall be at the expense of the Tenant(s) and shall become part of the Premises and the Owner’s property upon termination of this Lease and tenancy. Tenant(s) shall not permit any act or thing deemed hazardous by Landlord due to potential risk of fire or which will increase the rate of insurance on said Premises. In case the Premises or surrounding areas shall be damaged by fire, rain, wind, or other cause beyond the control of the Landlord or the Tenant, then the Premises or surrounding areas shall be repaired within a reasonable time at the expense of the Landlord; and in case the damage is so extensive as to render the Premises unfit for human habitation, the rent shall cease until such time as the Premises will be put in repair. In case of total destruction, the rent shall be paid until the time of such destruction and from thenceforth this Lease Agreement shall cease and come to an end. In the event, the damage is caused by the act of the Tenant(s), or someone in or on the Premises by reason of Tenant’s permission or consent, there shall be no reduction of rent and Tenant(s) shall be liable for all costs of repair. Should Landlord notify Tenant(s) of intent to clean, replace carpets or paint the Premises, moving furniture and wall hangings shall be the duty and expense of the Tenant(s). Tenant(s) understands there will be no rent reductions, adjustments, or other compensation due to repairs or interruptions of service except as provided by law.

  • Repair and Maintenance Except in the case of damage to or destruction of the Leased Premises, the Building, the Outside Areas or the Property caused by an act of God or other peril, in which case the provisions of Article 10 shall control, the parties shall have the following obligations and responsibilities with respect to the repair and maintenance of the Leased Premises, the Building, the Outside Areas, and the Property.

  • Operations and Maintenance Pursuant to Section 10.5 of this Agreement, Developer shall pay the reasonable expenses (including overheads) for the operation, maintenance, repair and replacement of Transmission Owner’s Attachment Facilities and incremental operating and maintenance expenses incurred in association with System Upgrade Facilities, if and to the extent provided for under Attachment S. For Transmission Owner’s Attachment Facilities, such expenses are calculated as follows:

  • RECORDS MANAGEMENT AND MAINTENANCE 35 A. CONTRACTOR, its officers, agents, employees and subcontractors shall, throughout the term 36 of this Agreement, prepare, maintain and manage records appropriate to the services provided and in 37 accordance with this Agreement and all applicable requirements.

  • Separate Insurance Borrower shall not take out separate insurance contributing in the event of loss with that required to be maintained pursuant to this Section 6.1 unless such insurance complies with this Section 6.1.

  • USE AND MAINTENANCE (a) Lessee shall: (1) use the Equipment solely in the Continental United States and in the conduct of its business, consistent with Lessee's past practice, and shall not permanently discontinue use of the Equipment; (2) operate, maintain, service and repair the Equipment, and maintain all records and other materials relating thereto, (i) in accordance and consistent with (A) the Supplier's recommendations and all maintenance and operating manuals or service agreements, whenever furnished or entered into, including any subsequent amendments or replacements thereof, consistent with Lessee's past practice, (B) the requirements of all applicable insurance policies, (C) all applicable laws, and (D) the prudent practice of other similar companies in the same business as Lessee, but in any event, to no lesser standard than that employed by Lessee for comparable equipment owned or leased by it; and (ii) without limiting the foregoing, so as to cause the Equipment to be in good repair and operating condition and in at least the same condition as when delivered to Lessee hereunder, except for ordinary wear and tear; (3) not change the location of any Equipment as specified in the Equipment Schedule without prior written notice to Lessor; (4) not attach or incorporate the Equipment to or in any other item of equipment in such a manner that the Equipment may be deemed to have become an accession to or a part of such other item of equipment; and (5) cause each principal item of the Equipment to be continually marked, in a plain and distinct manner, with the name of Lessor followed by the words "Owner and Lessor," or other appropriate words designated by Lessor on labels furnished by Lessor. (b) Within a reasonable time, Lessee will replace any parts of the Equipment which become worn out, lost, destroyed, damaged beyond repair or otherwise permanently rendered unfit for use, by new or reconditioned replacement parts which are free and clear of all liens, encumbrances or rights of others and have a value, utility and remaining useful life at least equal to the parts replaced. Title to all replacement parts and permanent improvements, or attachments to the Equipment which cannot be removed without damaging the Equipment, immediately shall vest in Lessor, without cost or expense to Lessor or any further action by any other person, and such parts, improvements and additions shall be deemed incorporated in the Equipment and subject to the terms of this Lease as if originally leased hereunder, if such parts are essential to the operation of the Equipment or cannot be detached from the Equipment without materially interfering with the operation of the Equipment or adversely affecting the value, utility and remaining useful life which the Equipment would have had without the addition thereof. Lessee shall not make any material alterations to the Equipment without prior written notice to Lessor, provided that such material alterations do not adversely affect the value, utility and remaining useful life which the Equipment would have had without the addition thereof. (c) Upon forty-eight (48) hours' notice, Lessee shall afford Lessor access to the premises where the Equipment is located for the purpose of inspecting such Equipment and all applicable maintenance or other records at any reasonable time during normal business hours; provided, however, if a default or Default shall have occurred and then be continuing, no notice of any inspection by Lessor shall be required.

  • Construction and Maintenance There are on-going maintenance, renovation and construction projects taking place in and around the residences. The work typically takes place during regular business hours, but may begin earlier or extend into evenings or weekends. On-going construction or renovation projects will continue through midterm and final exam periods. The University will take measures to ensure that prudent construction practices are followed, but there may be noise, dust and temporary interruption of some services. Residents may be required to temporarily or permanently relocate to facilitate construction or renovation to their residence area. There will be no compensation or reduction to your residence fees due to disruption and/or relocation.

  • Support and Maintenance Where Licensee purchases support and/or maintenance services, Licensee’s initial support and/or maintenance term will begin upon delivery to Licensee of the Licensed Software and continue for one (1) year thereafter (or the length of the term if less than a year for any subscription/term license) unless otherwise specified in the applicable annual support and/or maintenance agreement, Product Order, or other written agreement executed between Licensor and Licensee. Where Licensee purchases support and/or maintenance for any Licensed Software, Licensee hereby agrees that it shall purchase such support and/or maintenance services for all of Licensee’s licensed units of such Licensed Software product. Support and/or maintenance services provided by Licensor will be subject to Licensor’s then current applicable standard annual support and/or maintenance agreement unless otherwise agreed by the parties in writing.