Euro Sample Clauses

Euro. (a) If at any time that an Alternate Currency Revolving Loan is outstanding, the relevant Alternate Currency (other than the euro) is fully replaced as the lawful currency of the country that issued such Alternate Currency (the “Issuing Country”) by the euro so that all payments are to be made in the Issuing Country in euros and not in the Alternate Currency previously the lawful currency of such country, then such Alternate Currency Revolving Loan shall be automatically converted into a Loan denominated in euros in a principal amount equal to the amount of euros into which the principal amount of such Alternate Currency Revolving Loan would be converted pursuant to law and thereafter no further Loans will be available in such Alternate Currency.
Euro. Any requirement of Law to account for the Services in Euro (or to prepare for such accounting) instead of and/or in addition to sterling, shall be implemented by the Contractor free of charge to the Client. The Client shall provide all reasonable assistance to facilitate compliance with Clause B7.1 by the Contractor. STATUTORY OBLIGATIONS AND REGULATIONS Prevention of Corruption The Contractor shall not offer or give, or agree to give, to the Client or any other Crown body or any person employed by or on behalf of the Client or any other Crown body any gift or consideration of any kind as an inducement or reward for doing, refraining from doing, or for having done or refrained from doing, any act in relation to the obtaining or execution of the Contract or any other Contract with the Client or any other Crown body, or for showing or refraining from showing favour or disfavour to any person in relation to the Contract or any such Contract. The Contractor warrants that it has not paid commission or agreed to pay commission to the Client or any other Crown body or any person employed by or on behalf of the Client or any other Crown body in connection with the Contract. If the Contractor, its Staff or anyone acting on the Contractor’s behalf, engages in conduct prohibited by Clauses C1.1 or C1.2, the Client may: terminate the Contract and recover from the Contractor the amount of any loss suffered by the Client resulting from the termination, including the cost reasonably incurred by the Client of making other arrangements for the supply of the Services and any additional expenditure incurred by the Client throughout the remainder of the Contract Period; or recover in full from the Contractor any other loss sustained by the Client in consequence of any breach of those Clauses. Prevention of Fraud The Contractor shall take all reasonable steps, in accordance with Good Industry Practice, to prevent Fraud by Staff and the Contractor (including its shareholders, members, directors) in connection with the receipt of monies from the Client. The Contractor shall notify the Client immediately if it has reason to suspect that any Fraud has occurred or is occurring or is likely to occur. If the Contractor or its Staff commits Fraud in relation to this or any other Contract with the Crown (including the Client) the Client may: terminate the Contract and recover from the Contractor the amount of any loss suffered by the Client resulting from the termination, including the...
Euro. In the event that the United Kingdom joins the Economic and Monetary Union (and provided always that the exchange rate for conversion between Sterling and the Euro has been fixed), the CLIENT shall at any time thereafter upon three (3) Months notice to the SERVICE PROVIDER, be entitled to require the SERVICE PROVIDER at no additional charge to convert the Charges from Sterling into Euros (in accordance with EC Regulation number 1103/97). The SERVICE PROVIDER shall thereafter submit valid invoices denominated in Euros. Charges Variation The Charges may only be varied by agreement between the CLIENT and the SERVICE PROVIDER and may not exceed the Charging Rate.
Euro. The computer financial systems that are used or relied on by the Companies or the Subsidiaries (i) are capable of performing all appropriate functions necessary to process more than one currency and any common currency adopted by one or more of the European Union (the “Euro”), (ii) comply with all legal requirements applicable to the Euro in any jurisdiction, including the rules on conversion and rounding set out in applicable European Community regulations, and (iii) are capable of displaying and printing, and incorporate in all relevant screen layouts, all symbols and codes adopted by any government or any other European Union body in relation to the Euro.