FIRST-CLASS MAIL Sample Clauses

FIRST-CLASS MAIL. When mailed first class to the last address of the recipient known to the party giving notice. Notice is effective three (3) mail delivery days after deposit in a United States Postal Service office or mailbox.

Related to FIRST-CLASS MAIL

  • E-mail The Credit Union may not immediately receive E-mail communications that you send and the Credit Union will not take action based on E-mail requests until the Credit Union actually receives your message and has a reasonable opportunity to act. If you need to contact the Credit Union immediately regarding an unauthorized transaction or stop payment request, you may call the Credit Union at (000) 000-0000 or (000) 000-0000.

  • Postal Service The parties may designate substitute addresses where or persons to whom notices are to be mailed or delivered. However, these substitutions will not become effective until actual receipt of written notification.

  • Print Mail The Fund hereby engages BNYM as its exclusive print/mail service provider with respect to those items and for such fees as may be agreed to from time to time in writing by the Fund and BNYM.

  • Postage Postage for mailing of dividends, proxies, Fund reports and other mailings to all shareholder accounts shall be advanced to the Transfer Agent by the Fund at least seven (7) days prior to the mailing date of such materials.

  • Overnight Trips Drivers who are required to transport groups on overnight trips will be entitled, at the Co-op's expense, to private accommodations near the group's function, provided there are acceptable facilities within thirty (30) miles round trip. "Private accommodations" means a separate room with its own bathroom. Drive time for overnight trips shall include pre-trip inspection, loading students, emergency evacuations, actual drive time, supervision of students on the bus, unloading students, and cleaning the bus. Drivers also shall be paid drive time for any layover of one hour or less. Drivers on overnight trips shall be paid at least eight (8) hours of driving time for each calendar day of the trip that required overnight accommodation, or the actual driving time for that day if greater. Standby time shall be paid for any time the driver is requested by the school employee responsible for the group to remain available with the bus through August 31, 2020 and at the employee’s regular rate of pay September 1, 2020 and forward. Drivers shall be "off the clock" only when the school employee responsible for the group signs off in writing that the driver is released and designates the time that the driver is to be back and available for service. The driver will be paid at least one (1) hour of drive time if called back to service while off the clock. Overnight trips do not include graduation trips.

  • Mail The Parent and the Company authorize and empower the Buyer on and after the Closing Date to receive and open all mail received by the Buyer relating to the Business or the Assets and to deal with the contents of such communications in any proper manner. The Parent and the Company shall promptly deliver to the Buyer any mail or other communication received by them after the Closing Date pertaining to the Business or the Assets. The Buyer shall promptly deliver to the Parent any mail or other communication received by it after the Closing Date pertaining to the Excluded Assets or Retained Liabilities, and any cash, checks or other instruments of payment in respect of the Excluded Assets. As soon as is practicable after the Closing Date, and in no event more than ten days thereafter, the Buyer shall mail to its customers and vendors a notice of the sale in the form provided by the Parent, with such changes thereto as Buyer and Parent shall agree.

  • Postal Address Contact Person: ... Tel: ... Fax ...

  • Mail Service The Union shall be permitted to use the State inter and intra-office paper mail system. This usage shall be limited to matters that involve the Union and the Employer. It is not to be used for the purpose of mass mailings to membership and/or bargaining unit employees. The Employer agrees not to open employee union mail when clearly marked as such. Where security is of concern, the mail shall be opened in the presence of the addressee. When feasible, and where equipment is currently available, Union stewards and/or officers may utilize electronic mail and/or facsimile equipment solely for contract enforcement and interpretation and grievance processing matters. Such transmissions will be primarily to expedite communication regarding such matters, will be reasonable with respect to time and volume, and limited to communications with the grievant, if any, appropriate supervisors and employee’s staff representatives. Long distance charges which may be incurred must be approved prior to transmission.

  • Class All REMIC I Regular Interests or the Class R-1 Residual Interest having the same priority and rights to payments on the Mortgage Loans from the REMIC I Available Distribution Amount, all REMIC II Regular Interests or the Class R-2 Residual Interest having the same priority and rights to payments on the REMIC I Regular Interests from the REMIC II Available Distribution Amount, and all REMIC III Regular Interests or the Class R-3 Residual Interest having the same priority and rights to payments on the REMIC II Regular Interests from the REMIC III Available Distribution Amount, as applicable, which REMIC I Regular Interests, REMIC II Regular Interests, REMIC III Regular Interests and Class R Residual Interests, as applicable, shall be designated as a separate Class, and which, in the case of the Certificates (including the Class R Certificates representing ownership of the Class R Residual Interests), shall be set forth in the applicable forms of Certificates attached hereto as Exhibits A and B. Each Class of REMIC I Regular Interests and the Class R-1 Residual Interest shall be entitled to receive the amounts allocated to such Class pursuant to the definition of "REMIC I Distribution Amount" only to the extent of the REMIC I Available Distribution Amount for such Distribution Date remaining after distributions in accordance with prior clauses of the definition of "REMIC I Distribution Amount," each Class of REMIC II Regular Interests and the Class R-2 Residual Interest shall be entitled to receive the amounts allocated to such Class pursuant to the definition of "REMIC II Distribution Amount" only to the extent of the REMIC II Available Distribution Amount for such Distribution Date remaining after distributions in accordance with prior clauses of the definition of "REMIC II Distribution Amount" and each Class of REMIC III Regular Interests and the Class R-3 Residual Interest shall be entitled to receive the amounts allocated to such Class pursuant to the definition of "REMIC III Distribution Amount" only to the extent of the REMIC III Available Distribution Amount for such Distribution Date remaining after distributions in accordance with prior clauses of the definition of "REMIC III Distribution Amount."

  • Overnight Travel For each full day of travel, all three meals are reimbursable. Per diems on the first and last day of a trip are governed as set forth below. Departure Day Depart before 12:00 noon Lunch and dinner Depart after 12:00 noon Return Day Dinner Return before 12:00 noon Breakfast Return between 12:00 noon & 7:00 p.m. Breakfast and lunch Return after 7:00 p.m.* Breakfast, lunch and dinner *7:00 p.m. is defined as direct travel time and does not include time taken to stop for dinner. The reimbursement rates for individual meals are calculated as a percentage of the full day per diem as follows: Breakfast 15% Lunch 25% Dinner 60%