Excessive Sample Clauses

Excessive. Load Section 6.05 Maintenance and Repair Section 6.06 Property Installed by Tenant-Turbo Section 6.07 Signage Section 6.07
Excessive. The Company operates under a point system. Under this system, an employee with 5 points is considered to have an excessive record. Accumulation of 7 points will result in discharge within a rolling 12 month period. Each tardiness and/or early leave counts as 1/4 of a point. Therefore, 4 tardies and/or early leaves will be counted as a point. An absence or tardiness lasting for more than 4 hours will also be counted as a point. After 30 days of perfect attendance an employee will have his point total reduced by 1/2 a point. If an employee is absent for two or more consecutive days because of illness and, if medical documentation is provided only one point will accumulate. No points will accumulate from approved leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act. No points will be awarded for pre-arranged and pre-approved documented doctor's visits or personal matters with advance proper notice (i.e., 48 hours) and approval will not unreasonably be denied.
Excessive. Each party shall promptly make payments to third parties, or reimburse the other party, for expenses owed by such party as set forth in this Section.
Excessive. (3) The Company reserves the right to limit such time if it deems the time so taken to be ***
Excessive personal calls, texting or time on personal devices during working hours, except for emergencies. This includes incoming and outgoing calls.
Excessive noise Respect the silent time of the swiss house rules from 10pm to 7am.
Excessive bandwidth occurs when a Subscriber’s bandwidth usage affects the quality of service of other users on the network. Provider reserves the right to disconnect service to constant abusers of excessive bandwidth and/or irresponsible management of peer-to-peer programs if that usage, in the sole judgment of Provider, negatively affects other users on the network.
Excessive. LOADS This policy does not insure loss or liability while any insured vehicle is: 1. loaded or operated contrary to the manufacturer’s recommended specifications, or 2. loaded or operated contrary to the law, or its ancillary plant or machinery being operated contrary to the law. This exclusion does not apply to any claim for loss arising from theft or illegal conversion of any insured vehicle. NZ5050-9 08/16 F. INTENTIONAL OR RECKLESS ACTS This policy does not insure loss or liability arising from any intentional or reckless act or omission.
Excessive. Sick Leave shall be defined as follows:
Excessive. Along with any written objection to the Future Fees, SRI will provide to SurModics a copy of SRI’s invoices reflecting fees, costs, or expenses incurred by SRI during the same time period for purposes of resolving the objected-to Future Fees. For purposes of this provision, the word “excessive” shall mean fees or expenses that are a significant or material departure from what is reasonable under the circumstances. SRI specifically agrees that: (x) the normal hourly rates of SurModics’s counsel are not “excessive” for purposes of this provision, and (y) SRI will not challenge those normal hourly rates provided those rates do not increase beyond historical incremental increases in rates previously billed. If SRI fails to object in writing to any Monthly Schedule within such 30-day period, such Monthly Schedule shall be final and binding. Within thirty (30) calendar days of receiving each Monthly Schedule and corresponding invoices, SRI shall pay to SurModics seventy-five percent (75%) of the Future Fees set forth on such Monthly Schedule less any portion thereof that SRI has objected to as excessive. During the thirty (30) calendar days following delivery by SRI of any written objection to Future Fees (“Settlement Period”), SRI and SurModics shall use good faith efforts to resolve such objections and reach a written agreement settling such objections. If the parties are unable to resolve such objections during the Settlement Period, then SurModics and SRI agree to resolve their dispute through the following process: