Forward Sample Clauses

Forward. Enforcement responsibility for the Energy Performance of Buildings (Certificates and Inspections) Regulations (NI) 2008 (as amended) referred to as the ‘EPB Regulationstransferred to district councils on 3 December 2009. The exception to this is enforcement relating to district councils’ own relevant buildings which remains with the Department of Finance and Personnel (DFP), restructured in 2016 as the Department of Finance (DoF). District councils (as the enforcement authority) should be seen to lead the way in demonstrating EPB compliance with regard to council owned/leased relevant buildings. Councils must ensure that the appropriate energy certificates are in place as required: Energy Performance Certificate (EPC); Display Energy Certificate (DEC) and Air-conditioning Inspection Report (ACIR). Belfast City Council (BCC), with the approval of the other district councils, has coordinated enforcement of the EPB requirements on behalf of all district councils since January 2010 through a dedicated EPB Team funded by the DoF. The Co- ordination, administration and management of EPB activities are carried out in accordance with an Enforcement Protocol (between DoF and BCC) and follows the guiding principles of the Government’s Regulators Code. This code requires that regulatory activity is carried out in a way which is transparent, accountable, proportionate, consistent and targeted only at cases in which action is needed. This Service Level Agreement (SLA) clarifies the roles and responsibilities of all parties in satisfying the requirements of the EU Directive, the EPB Regulations and in delivering the requirements of the Enforcement Protocol 2016-2017. The SLA is an essential element which outlines how the EPB Team will work in partnership with district councils to collate data, determine EPB compliance levels and address any matters arising from quarterly feedback. To date the feedback data from district councils has proved invaluable in providing statistical information and evidence of EPB Regulations enforcement across N.Ireland. This information has been used by the DoF to respond to a number of potential infraction proceedings which Europe has presented to the UK Region. The feedback data documents the EPB activities being carried out by councils: level and nature of compliance, volume of enforcement letters issued, number of site visits and various awareness raising activities. Meetings between DoF representatives, the EPB Team manager, a represen...
Forward. Forward may immediately terminate this Agreement in writing in the event that development and Commercialization of the Patent Rights, Fumaric Acid Products and Fumaric Acid Processes in the reasonable opinion of Forward are no longer commercially feasible.
Forward. Transactions that specify a future Business Day as the Settlement Day on the trade date, which deal with substantive settlement or balance settlement at a specific price and specified amount. Example 1: The Customer buys in (or sells out) agreed notional amount at an agreed price on Forward Settlement Day. The Customer buys in (or sells out) agreed notional amount in {Currency 1}, and sells out (or buys in) agreed notional amount in [Currency 2] on Forward Settlement Day In the event of Spot rate less (or greater) than Forward rate on product Settlement Day, then absolute value of the "notional amount x (Spot rate - Forward rate)" valued in [Currency 2] is Customer's potential settlement losses from the transaction. If currencies exchange is required for contract transactions calculated, then the result might be subject to exchange rate fluctuation, which will result in further gains or losses. In the event of Spot rate greater (or less) than Forward rate on product Settlement Day, then absolute value of the result of "notional amount x (Spot rate - Forward rate)" valued in [Currency 2] is Customer's potential settlement gains from the transaction. If currencies exchange is required for contract transactions calculated, then the result might be subject to exchange rate fluctuation, which will result in further gains or losses. Example 2: The Customer conducts a non-deliverable Forward transaction that buys (or sells) an agreed notional amount on the Forward settlement date The Customer receives or pays "(fixing (or Forward) rate - Forward (or fixing) rate) x agreed notional amount/fixing rate" in [Currency 1] based on the fixing rate on the Forward settlement date Gains and losses analysis: [relatively poor] Assuming that the fixing rate on the product Fixing Date is less (greater) than the Forward rate, the absolute value of the result of "notional amount x (fixing rate - Forward rate)/fixing rate" valued in [Currency 1] shall be the settlement losses of the Customer from the transaction. Gains and losses analysis: [relatively good] Assuming that the fixing rate on the product Fixing Date is greater (less) than the Forward rate, the absolute value of the result of "notional amount x (fixing rate - Forward rate)/fixing rate" valued in [Currency 1] shall be the settlement gains of the Customer from the transaction.
Forward. This document outlines Yellow Transportation’s credit policies. These policies are necessary to establish, monitor, and manage Yellow’s accounts receivable risk based on the credit worthiness of Yellow’s customers and Yellow’s financial objectives. It provides the framework for making decisions and taking actions that affect daily credit activities within the company. Critical factors considered in making credit decisions are the need to grow profitable sales, to promote customer satisfaction, and provide for the necessary turnover and adequate protection of the corporation’s investment in accounts receivable. Reviewing this Executive Summary will provide you with an understanding of the basic credit policies that populate the 120 page Credit Manual. Because the policies are interspersed with procedures and educational material in the manual, this summary will allow you to easily identify the principles that will direct the management of Yellow’s accounts receivable portfolio risk.
Forward. This Tenant Information Manual has been prepared to assist you during the design and construction phase of your Bellevue Place offices and describes the process necessary to prepare your Leased Premises for occupancy. The Manual also includes a description of the Base Building Finish improvements, architectural details and systems. Please read this Manual carefully to familiarize yourself with the portions of the planning and construction process which concern you. We are pleased you have chosen to locate your firm in Bellevue Place and look forward to working with you during design and construction of your Leased Premises.
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Forward. 4.4.1. Mail delivered at the Provider will be re-enclosed and forwarded to the Member’s stated forwarding address by first class post, and by the frequency selected by the Member.
Forward. The Clover AFJROTC Reserve Program provides an opportunity for cadets who are enrolled in an AFJROTC course during one semester of an academic year but not the other to maintain full affiliation with AFJROTC throughout the year. Cadets in the reserve program may participate in all extracurricular activities of the AFJROTC program, including drill team, staff positions, field trips, dining-in, military ball, etc., as long as the requirements of this agreement are met. In addition, cadets in the Reserve Program are also permitted to retain their cadet rank from active status, hold positions on the cadet staff, take/pass one promotion test, and attend CLC (if selected). In order for a cadet to be admitted into the Reserve Program, they must complete the Reserve Contract and belong to one of the following AFJROTC special teams: Drill Team, Color Guard Team, Marksmanship Team, Raider Team, or Kitty Hawk Honor Society (KHAS). Due to uniform wear requirements, cadets on the Drill Team and Color Guard Team are REQUIRED to participate in the Reserve Program in order to be on the team. It’s optional for all other special team members however they may not participate in AFJROTC activities without Reserve membership. KHAS members who do not wish to participate in the Reserve Program will be considered “inactive” during this period however they retain program membership and are not required to repledge the program the following school year. During the inactive period, KHAS members are not eligible to participate in KHAS events or run for an officer position.