EXPENSES PRIOR TO CONTRACT Sample Clauses

EXPENSES PRIOR TO CONTRACT. EXECUTION The Commissioner and any Authorized User(s) are not liable for any costs incurred by a Vendor, Bidder or Contractor in the preparation and production of a Bid, Mini-Bid, cost proposal revision, or for any work performed prior to Contract execution.
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EXPENSES PRIOR TO CONTRACT. EXECUTION The Issuing Entity is not liable for any costs incurred by a Bidder in the preparation and production of a bid or for any work performed prior to Contract execution. Items with recycled, recovered, refurbished or remanufactured content must be identified in the bid or will be deemed new Product.
EXPENSES PRIOR TO CONTRACT. EXECUTION The Commissioner, the NYS Board of Elections and any Authorized User(s) are not liable for any costs incurred by a Vendor, Bidder or Contractor in the preparation and production of a Bid, Mini-Bid or best and final offers or for any work performed prior to Contract execution.
EXPENSES PRIOR TO CONTRACT. EXECUTION The Issuing Entity is not liable for any costs incurred by a Bidder in the preparation and production of a bid or for any work performed prior to Contract execution.
EXPENSES PRIOR TO CONTRACT. EXECUTION The State is not liable for any costs incurred by a Contractor during the course of negotiations of a Contract or for any work performed prior to Contract execution.

Related to EXPENSES PRIOR TO CONTRACT

  • Authority to Contract Each party represents and warrants that it has full power and authority to enter into this Agreement and perform its obligations hereunder, and that it has taken all actions necessary to authorize entering into this Agreement.

  • Notice to Contractors This contract, together with the other documents enumerated in this paragraph, forms the contract between the parties. These documents are as fully a part of the contract as if attached hereto or repeated herein. The Contractor agrees to perform all of the work described in the contract documents and to comply with the terms and conditions defined therein for a total sum of Seven Hundred Ninety-Four Thousand, One Hundred and Fifty-Five Dollars and no/100 ($794,155.00), said amount being subject to any approved addenda or change order.

  • Parties to Contract Any contract of the character described in Sections 4.1 and 4.2 of this Article IV or in Article VII hereof may be entered into with any Person, although one or more of the Trustees, officers or employees of the Trust may be an officer, director, trustee, shareholder, or member of such other party to the contract, and no such contract shall be invalidated or rendered voidable by reason of the existence of any such relationship, nor shall any Person holding such relationship be liable merely by reason of such relationship for any loss or expense to the Trust under or by reason of said contract or accountable for any profit realized directly or indirectly therefrom, provided that the contract when entered into was reasonable and fair and not inconsistent with the provisions of this Article IV or the By-Laws. The same Person may be the other party to contracts entered into pursuant to Sections 4.1 and 4.2 above or Article VII, and any individual may be financially interested or otherwise affiliated with Persons who are parties to any or all of the contracts mentioned in this Section 4.3.

  • Notice to Contractor The Contractor is required to submit Certificates of Insurance acceptable to the State as evidence of insurance coverage requirements prior to commencing work under this Contract. Contractor shall not commence work under the contract until they have obtained all the insurance described below and the State has approved such insurance. Contractor shall maintain such insurance in force and effect throughout the term of this Contract, unless otherwise specified in this Contract The failure of the Contractor to provide a Certificate of Insurance, for the policies required under this Contract or renewals thereof, or failure of the insurance company to notify the State of the cancellation of policies required under this Contract shall not constitute a waiver by the State to the Contractor to provide such insurance. The State reserves the right to immediately terminate this Contract if the Contractor is not in compliance with the insurance requirements and retains all rights to pursue any legal remedies against the Contractor. All insurance policies must be open to inspection by the State, and copies of policies must be submitted to the State’s Authorized Representative upon written request.

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