Facilitation The Receiver agrees to facilitate the assumption, assignment or sublease of leases or the negotiation of new leases by the Assuming Institution; provided, that neither the Receiver nor the Corporation shall be obligated to engage in litigation, make payments to the Assuming Institution or to any third party in connection with facilitating any such assumption, assignment, sublease or negotiation or commit to any other obligations to third parties.
Stabilization and Manipulation Neither the Adviser, the Administrator nor any of their respective partners, officers, affiliates or controlling persons has taken, directly or indirectly, any action designed, under the 1934 Act, to result in the stabilization or manipulation of the price of any security of the Company to facilitate the sale of the Underwritten Securities in violation of any law, statute, regulation or rule applicable to the Adviser, the Administrator or any of their respective partners, officers, affiliates or controlling persons.
Implementation i) Where the job/time sharing arrangement arises out of the filling of a vacant full-time position, the full-time position will be posted first and in the event that there are no successful applicants, then both job/time sharing positions will be posted and selection will be based on the criteria set out in the Collective Agreement.
Trade Facilitation 1. The Parties shall intensify their joint work in the field of standards, technical regulations, and conformity assessment procedures with a view to facilitating access to each other’s market. In particular, the Parties shall seek to identify initiatives among them that are appropriate for particular issues or sectors. Such initiatives may include cooperation on regulatory issues, such as harmonisation or equivalence of technical regulations and standards, alignment with international standards, reliance on a supplier's declaration of conformity, and use of accreditation to qualify conformity assessment bodies, as well as cooperation through mutual recognition.
Marketing Awarded vendor agrees to allow TIPS to use their name and logo within website, marketing materials and advertisement subject to any reasonable restrictions provided to TIPS in the Proposal to the Solicitation. Any use of TIPS name and logo or any form of publicity, inclusive of press release, regarding this Agreement by awarded vendor must have prior approval from TIPS.
Market Manipulation Until the termination of this Agreement, the Company will not take, directly or indirectly, any action designed to or that would constitute or that might reasonably be expected to cause or result in, under the Exchange Act or otherwise, stabilization or manipulation in violation of the Act, Exchange Act or the rules and regulations thereunder of the price of any security of the Company to facilitate the sale or resale of the Shares or otherwise violate any provision of Regulation M under the Exchange Act.
Outreach LJMU has a long-established and successful history of outreach activity designed to raise aspirations and attainment and encourage students from under-represented groups to apply to higher education. In further developing its outreach strategy the University has taken into consideration its current student composition, the regional context in which it operates as well as the future uncertainty surrounding the attractiveness of a university education for students from disadvantaged backgrounds. The origins of Aimhigher are to be found in Liverpool as a collaborative project involving the four Merseyside-based HEIs through the joint venture vehicle of Liverpool City of Learning. The title Aimhigher and the Internet domain name were transferred to the national programme to facilitate this work. Consequently, LJMU is highly experienced in Aimhigher activities and fully appreciates the importance of raising aspirations at a relatively young age in communities where Higher Education is not a familiar development route. It can therefore be safely anticipated that the University will continue to take an active role in such work, seeking to build on and invest in elements of best practice that are complementary to LJMU‟s widening participation strategy. All outreach activity is carefully planned and targeted based on a range of internal and external information sources and analyses. This includes UCAS management statistics and research, HEFCE performance indicators, GCSE and A level attainment data, HE participation rates of schools and colleges and LJMU‟s own institutional monitoring and research. Target groups include NS-SEC 4-7, low participation neighbourhoods, first generation into HE and mature students (age 21 plus) with level 2 and level 3 qualifications. The University also seeks to widen participation for disabled students, looked after children (LAC) and specific BME groups that are under-represented in HE. Given that the University is based within an area of high deprivation and that nearly half of its student population is from Greater Merseyside, widening participation outreach is largely targeted at local schools and communities. LJMU has invested in, and will continue to invest in, longer-term well-targeted and sustained outreach programmes that work with potential applicants over a number of years rather than just one-off interventions. Specifically the University will: Raise aspirations and attainment within local and regional communities and provide high quality information, advice and guidance through a programme of outreach activity targeted at schools, colleges and parents. This will include 650 outreach activities delivered to pupils from year 9 onwards in over 250 schools. Encourage vocational routes into HE, recognising that post GCSE two thirds of young people spend all or some of the years from 16-19 on courses which are partly or wholly vocational7. This will involve working closely with 25 FE colleges to deliver around 50 outreach activities and progression events. Continue to work to work in partnership with other bodies where appropriate, for example, with Maestro in terms of stimulating interest in STEM subjects in schools and colleges. Work with mature learners to help increase level 4 skills as identified by the Xxxxxx report8, particularly given the lower than average skill levels across Greater Merseyside. Work will focus on outreach with FE (25 activities) primarily directed at students undertaking Access programmes, as well as outreach work with community groups. Xxxxxx relationships between LJMU and its community by delivering a programme of local community outreach. This includes initiatives such as staff and student volunteers supporting local schools and colleges through governorship, assisting with reading and numeracy and acting as mentors to improve attainment. The University currently supports 850 pupils through sustained volunteering work. Maintain and enhance the work of LJMU‟s Astrophysics Research Institute (ARI) in operating the National Schools‟ Observatory (NSO) currently used (without charge) to make the power of the LJMU robotic telescope available on line for use by over 1,200 primary and secondary schools throughout the UK. This programme is designed to advance an understanding of, and excitement for, science and technology to then stimulate interest in STEM subjects. Continue to develop specific strategies to increase the number and the success of disabled learners, “looked after children” (LJMU has been awarded the Xxxxx Xxxxxx Trust Quality Xxxx in recognition of the high level of support it offers to students that have been in care) and learners from some black and minority ethnic groups that are currently under-represented in higher education 7 Review of Vocational Education - The Wolf report, 2011 8 Xxxxxx Review of Skills 2006 In addition the University will: Build further on the work of Aimhigher and provide additional investment to support an intensive outreach programme directed at 1,500 local pupils from 20 target local schools covering years 9 to 13. Based on LJMU‟s progression curriculum and tailored to the needs of schools and learners, the programme will provide students with first-hand experience of subjects and courses they are interested in as well as the opportunity to work intensely for a day on a subject they are considering studying at Level 3 and/or degree level. It is the University‟s intention to bridge the gap in this activity between the ending of Aimhigher funding in July 2011 and the start of the financial year 2012-13. Recruit, train and employ a team of student advocates to support LJMU outreach activities. Well-trained and informed students act as good role models for students and support outreach through student life presentations, providing shadowing opportunities and assisting with campus tours and taster days. LJMU students also benefit from the experience by gaining essential skills that will help them to successfully engage in the work place, thus providing a strong strategic fit with LJMU‟s employability programme. Develop an access to employers outreach programme for schools where students are given the opportunity to engage with employers from professional sectors such as law, architecture, engineering, healthcare and science and to take part in a programme of targeted activity within that industry. This again supports LJMU‟s World of Work employability programme and builds on existing and strong relationships with both schools and employers. Build on its work with a number of Trust School Partnerships across the North West to provide support and advice on governance and involvement in a variety of activities that support their work. The University is also a partner in a proposed University Technical College (UTC) in Knowsley, which will serve the Greater Merseyside region, and is supporting further bids for UTCs in Liverpool and Xxxxxxxxx. In addition, as an affiliated member of the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust (SSAT), the University will continue to develop and enhance effective links with schools and colleges as well as address subject specific issues and areas of best practice.
System Except as otherwise provided herein, the Trustee shall not be accountable for the use or application by the Company or the Master Servicer of any of the Certificates or of the proceeds of such Certificates, or for the use or application of any funds paid to the Company or the Master Servicer in respect of the Mortgage Loans or deposited in or withdrawn from the Custodial Account or the Certificate Account by the Company or the Master Servicer.
No Stabilization or Manipulation The Company will not take, directly or indirectly, any action designed to or that would constitute or that might reasonably be expected to cause or result in, under the Exchange Act or otherwise, stabilization or manipulation of the price of any security of the Company to facilitate the sale or resale of the Securities.
Implementation of the Report 1. The Panel report shall be final and binding on the disputing Parties. 2. If the report issued by the Panel determines that a Party has not conformed with its obligations under this Agreement, the Party complained against shall eliminate the non- conformity. 3. The Party complained against shall comply with the recommendation of the Panel promptly or, if not practicable, within a reasonable period of time. The Parties shall agree on reasonable period of time within 30 days of the notification of the report of the Panel. In any case, such reasonable period of time shall not exceed 300 calendar days after the release of the report.