For the Services Sample Clauses

For the Services. (A) Tanisys agrees that the Services shall conform to Toshiba's visual/mechanical marking, and electrical and packaging specifications set forth in each purchase order.

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  • B1 The Services B1.1 The Contractor shall supply the Services during the Contract Period in accordance with the Authority’s requirements as set out in the Specification and the provisions of the Contract in consideration of the payment of the Contract Price. The Authority may inspect and examine the manner in which the Contractor supplies the Services at the Premises during normal business hours on reasonable notice.

  • Use of the Services 1.1 We will make the Oracle services listed in Your order (the “Services”) available to You pursuant to this Agreement and Your order. Except as otherwise stated in this Agreement or Your order, You have the non- exclusive, worldwide, limited right to use the Services during the period defined in Your order, unless earlier terminated in accordance with this Agreement or Your order (the “Services Period”), solely for Your internal business operations. You may allow Your Users (as defined below) to use the Services for this purpose, and You are responsible for their compliance with this Agreement and Your order.

  • Provision of the Services B1 The Services

  • Description of the Services The services over the term of the contract will include infrastructure projects:

  • Performance of the Services 25.1 The Services will be performed at the Service Point.

  • Sub-adviser’s Use of the Services of Others The Sub-adviser may (at its cost except as contemplated by Paragraph 5 of this Agreement) employ, retain, or otherwise avail itself of the services or facilities of other persons or organizations for the purpose of providing the Sub-adviser or Fund, as appropriate, with such statistical and other factual information, such advice regarding economic factors and trends, such advice as to occasional transactions in specific securities, or such other information, advice, or assistance as the Sub-adviser may deem necessary, appropriate, or convenient for the discharge of its obligations hereunder or otherwise helpful to the Fund, as appropriate, or in the discharge of Sub-adviser’s overall responsibilities with respect to the other accounts that it serves as investment manager or counselor.

  • Changes to the Services We provide Services in a multi- user environment and must therefore reserve the right to modify and discontinue Services. We may modify a Service at any time without degrading its functionality or security features For current subscriptions, we may degrade the functionality of a Service or discontinue a Service only in case of (i) legal requirements; (ii) changes in the Services imposed by Siemens’ subcontractors; (iii) the termination of our relationship with a provider of software and/or services used by us which are material for the provision of such Service; (iv) lack of customer acceptance; and/or (v) security risks. We will notify you of any material degradation of functionality or the discontinuation of a Service and the effective date at least 80 days prior to such change, and you may terminate the modified Service 30 days prior to the change effective date. In the event of such termination or discontinuation of a Service, we will refund any prepaid amounts for the applicable Service on a pro-rata basis for the remaining Subscription Term. We do not maintain prior versions of a Service.

  • Manager’s Use of the Services of Others The Manager may (at its cost except as contemplated by Paragraph 4 of this Agreement) employ, retain or otherwise avail itself of the services or facilities of other persons or organizations for the purpose of providing the Manager or the Corporation or Fund, as appropriate, with such statistical and other factual information, such advice regarding economic factors and trends, such advice as to occasional transactions in specific securities or such other information, advice or assistance as the Manager may deem necessary, appropriate or convenient for the discharge of its obligations hereunder or otherwise helpful to the Corporation or Fund, as appropriate, or in the discharge of Manager’s overall responsibilities with respect to the other accounts which it serves as investment manager. The Manager may fully or partially delegate its duties as defined in this Agreement to a registered investment adviser (a “Subadviser”) provided the agreement between the Manager and Subadviser is approved by the Board of Directors of the Fund, and such delegation is consistent with the Act and any interpretations thereunder. The Subadviser may fully or partially delegate its duties as defined in any subadvisory agreements to another registered investment adviser (the “Delegate”), if such delegation is approved by the Board of Directors of the Fund, and such delegation is consistent with the Act and any interpretations thereunder. In connection with the delegation, the Delegate or Subadviser may be compensated from the advisory fees paid to the Manager under this Agreement. Although the fees and services under this Agreement may be transferred between the Manager, Subadviser and the Delegate, the fees and services will be limited to those specifically described in this Agreement and any investment sub-advisory agreements on behalf of the Fund.

  • Services of the Sub-Advisor Subject to the succeeding provisions of this section, the oversight and supervision of the Advisor and the direction and control of the Trustees, the Sub-Advisor will perform certain of the day-to-day operations of the Fund, which may include one or more of the following services, at the request of the Advisor: (a) acting as investment advisor for and managing the investment and reinvestment of those assets of the Fund as the Advisor may from time to time request and in connection therewith have complete discretion in purchasing and selling such securities and other assets for the Fund and in voting, exercising consents and exercising all other rights appertaining to such securities and other assets on behalf of the Fund; (b) arranging, subject to the provisions of paragraph 3 hereof, for the purchase and sale of securities and other assets of the Fund; (c) providing investment research and credit analysis concerning the Fund's investments, (d) assisting the Advisor in determining what portion of the Fund's assets will be invested in cash, cash equivalents and money market instruments, (e) placing orders for all purchases and sales of such investments made for the Fund, and (f) maintaining the books and records as are required to support Fund investment operations. At the request of the Advisor, the Sub-Advisor will also, subject to the oversight and supervision of the Advisor and the direction and control of the Trust's Board of Trustees, provide to the Advisor or the Fund any of the facilities and equipment and perform any of the services described in Section 3 of the Advisory Agreement. In addition, the Sub-Advisor will keep the Fund and the Advisor informed of developments materially affecting the Fund and shall, on its own initiative, furnish to the Fund from time to time whatever information the Sub-Advisor believes appropriate for this purpose. The Sub-Advisor will periodically communicate to the Advisor, at such times as the Advisor may direct, information concerning the purchase and sale of securities for the Fund, including: (a) the name of the issuer, (b) the amount of the purchase or sale, (c) the name of the broker or dealer, if any, through which the purchase or sale is effected, (d) the CUSIP number of the instrument, if any, and (e) such other information as the Advisor may reasonably require for purposes of fulfilling its obligations to the Fund under the Advisory Agreement. The Sub-Advisor will provide the services rendered by it under this Agreement in accordance with the Fund's investment objectives, policies and restrictions (as currently in effect and as they may be amended or supplemented from time to time) as stated in the Fund's Prospectus and Statement of Additional Information and the resolutions of the Trust's Board of Trustees.

  • Billing Services Audits: The First Party shall be informed by the Second Party of any audit by the Second Party of its records and operations at the University of Louisville. The First Party shall receive a full report of any such audits (e.g. notification of the completion of any required audits, any adverse findings which impact this Agreement). The First Party or its designee shall have the right to conduct its own audit of the Second Party’s records as they relate to this contract by giving seven (7) working days notice to the Second Party. The First Party shall notify the Second Party, in writing, of any deficiency made known as a result of said audits, in their accounting procedures. If the First Party audit should uncover any billing discrepancies of more than one (1) percent, the cost of such audit shall be at the Second Party’s expense.