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Formats. Formats for records must be satisfactory to FTA and include, but are not limited to, electronic records, including any emails related to the Award, records on paper, and records created in other formats.
Formats. Using formats satisfactory to FTA; project records subject to these requirements include, but are not limited to, records on paper, electronic records, including any emails pertaining to the Project, and records created in other formats, and
Formats a) The quarterly financial results shall be in the format given in Annexure I for companies other than banks and that given in Annexure II for banks.
Formats. Project records subject to these requirements include, but are not limited to:
Formats. All deliverables and products of the activity (notes, reports, presentations, etc) shall comply with the formats and templates provided by the SOCIEUX+ Team.All deliverables are to be submitted in electronic in electronic editable versions [Microsoft Word 97- 2003 [doc], PowerPoint 97-2003 [ppt] and Excel 97-2003 [xls]; or in equivalent OpenDocument format). Non-editable electronic document such as in Portable Document Format (PDF) shall not be accepted.Templates for electronic presentations during the activity/mission are provided by the SOCIEUX+ Team. These templates are in Microsoft PowerPoint format and comply with the SOCIEUX+ Corporate Image standards. These templates are to be used as a sole format by all members of the expert mission team. They are to be used for all presentations by the experts during and for the activity/mission. The use by the experts of their own, or their organisation(s), templates or formats are not allowed unless otherwise instructed in written [by email] to the experts by the SOCIEUX+ Team. All versions of deliverables or other products used or produced during activity/mission by the experts shall include the following disclaimer:
Formats. The quarterly financial results shall be in the format given in Annexure I for companies other than banks and that given in Annexure II for banks. Manufacturing, trading and service companies, which have followed functional (secondary) classification of expenditure in the annual profit and loss account published in the most recent annual report or which proposed to follow such classification for the current financial year, may furnish quarterly financial results in the alternative format given in Annexure III. The alternative format can be used only if such format is used consistently from the first quarter of the financial year. Consolidated financial results shall be in the same format as is applicable to stand-alone financial results. Additionally, details relating to minority interest, share of associates and other related items shall be separately given as additional row items. Annual audited financial results shall be in the format as is applicable to quarterly financial results. However, columns and figures relating to the last quarter, year to date results and corresponding three months in previous year need not be given. If the company has more than one reportable primary segment in terms of Accounting Standard 17 (AS 17 – Segment Reporting) issued by ICAI/Company (Accounting Standards) Rules, 2006, it shall also submit quarterly or annual segment information as part of financial results in the format given in Annexure IV. Limited review reports shall be given by auditors in the format given in Annexure V for companies other than banks (including those using the alternative format of financial results) and in the format given in Annexure VI for banks. In case of audited financial reports, the audit report shall be given in the format given in Annexure VII for companies other than banks (including those using the alternative format of financial results) and in the format given in Annexure VIII for banks. Disclosure of Balance Sheet items as per items (ea) shall be in the format specified in Annexure IX drawn from Schedule VI of the Companies Act, or its equivalent formats in other statutes, as applicable.
Formats. 6.1, 6.2 (if applicable), 6.3 A, 6.4, 6.5 (if applicable), 6.6, 6.8 and 6.9 as elaborated in Clause 3.22;
Formats. For every data set we chose from provided formats the one, which was best in terms of usability, openness and data quality. Finally we ended up with a list of 31 different formats, where 16 formats were only available in four or less data sets. A big share of open data is spatial, almost half of the data sets, which makes that WFS was the most common format with the share of 32%. The wide adoption rate of WFS is possible partially thanks to Inspire directive, which defines requirements on what and how spatial data should be published (The European Parliament and the Council, 2007). After WFS follows CSV, with a 26% share. In practice CSV is also an output format of WFS-standard meaning that over 60% of all data sets are accessible in CSV format, making it at the moment the most commonly available open data format. But as JSON, WFS and other formats provide enhancements to CSV; therefore they are valued over it. A big share of 86.5% of the open data sets is in easily machine readable formats. Five most common formats, which are not easily machine-readable, are: XLS, ZIP, ODS, PDF and HTML. Although all of them can be read programmatically, practical implementation of reader is complicated and in any changes of structure the read process will probably fail. One easily doable movement towards better rated open data is to publish all Excel and ODS based data sets also as CSV files. The division of different data formats in cities’ open data portals is illustrated in Table 4. Table 4. Data formats in cities’ open data platforms Format Data sets % Open structured format WFS 198 32,2 % yes CSV 173 28,1 % yes API 35 5,7 % yes WMS 27 4,4 % yes Excel 26 4,2 % no JSON 26 4,2 % yes SPARQL 23 3,7 % yes ZIP 16 2,6 % no ODS 11 1,8 % no PDF 11 1,8 % no SOLR 10 1,6 % yes HTML 9 1,5 % no ZML 8 1,3 % yes RSS 5 0,8 % yes WMTS 5 0,8 % yes Others 32 5,2 %
Formats. All SWIFT Messages must be sent via SWIFT in the format specified in the SWIFT Governing Documents or otherwise specified by Alawwal Bank. 6. Liability. فيلاكتلا عيمج نع لاوؤسم هدرفمب ليمعلا نوكيو .تفيوس لبق نم اهبجومب ليمعلا رايتخا مت يتلا .ةمدخلل دوزم ثلاث فرط يأ عم وأ تفيوسب ةكراشملاب ةصاخلا فيراصملاو :لولأا كنبلا نم تامدخلا ةيقافتا 2.3 لولأا كنبلا باسحب ةصاخلا ماكحلأاو طورشلا ىلا ةمدخلا يف كراشمك ليمعلا ةكراشم عضخت تامدخلاو تاجتنملا ىلع ةقبطم ىرخأ ةيقافتا ةيلأو كنبلا يف ليمعلا تاباسح مكحي يذلا تابجاولا نأب فارطلأا قفاويو . )ةينمضلا تايقافتلاا( ليمعلل لولأا كنبلا اهمدقي يتلا ةعباتلا ليمعلل لولأا كنبلا اهمدقي يتلا ةينمضلا تامدخلاو تاجتنملاب ةصاخلا تامازتللااو تايلوؤسملاو .ةينمضلا تايقافتلاا يف هيلع صوصنم وه ام بسح نوكت موـــسرلا .4 لومعملا ضيوعتلا ةدصرأب ةصاخلا تابيترتلل اقفو ةمدخلا نع لولأا كنبلا ضيوعتب ليمعلا موقي ماكحأو طورش ىلع رثؤي وأ لدعي فوس ةيقافتلاا هذه يف ءىش لاو ،ليمعلاو كنبلا نيب ايلعف اهب .ةيقافتلاا غيصلاو ةينملأا تاءارجلاا .5 :ةينملأا تاءارجلإا 1.5 يف ةفوصوملا ةينملأا تاءارجلإل عضخي تفيوس تامدخو تاجتنم ىلا لوخدلا نأب ليمعلا رقي ةيقافتلاا هذه يف فارطلأا اهمدختسي يتلا ةينملأا تاءارجلاا نإو ,تفيوسل ةمظنملا تادنتسملا قيقحتل ةلوقعم ةيراجت ةقيرط لكشت يتلاو تفيوسل ةمظنملا تادنتسملا نم ققحتلل ةممصم لئاسر بجومب لمعلاو دامتعلاا لولأا كنبلل قحيو ، ةضوفم ريغ تفيوس لئاسر ةيأ دض ناملأا ةينملأا تاءارجلإل اقفوو ةين نسحب كنبلا لبق نم ةملتسملاو ليمعلا مساب ةرداصلا تفيوسلا .ةيقافتلاا هذه يف ةفوصوملا :غيصلا 2.5 ةمظنملا تادنتسملاب ةروكذملا ةغيصلاب تفيوس ةطساوب تفيوس لئاسر عيمج لاسرا يغبني .لولأا كنبلا نم ةددحملا كلت وأ تفيوسل ةيلوؤسملا .6 Alawwal Bank shall not be liable for failed or delayed transactions or communications as وأ لشفلا ةجيتن ةرخأتملا وأ ةلشافلا تايلمعلاو تلاسارملا نع لاً وؤسم لولأا كنبلا نوكي نل a result of failures or delays in SWIFT connectivity. Alawwal Bank’s sole responsibility hereunder shall be to administer the Closed User Group and to receive SWIFT Messages as further detailed in Exhibit A, and Alawwal Bank shall be liable only for direct damages, losses or expenses of any kind or nature in relation thereto which are incurred or sustained by Customer as a result of negligence by Alawwal Bank or its employees. Further, Alawwal Bank’s liability in connection with any underlying products or services provided incident to this Agreement shall be determined in accordance with the Underlying Agreements. In no event shall Alawwal Bank be liable for incidental, indirect, special, or consequential damages, regardless of the form of action and even ...