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  • Services to be Performed Subject always to the supervision of Manager and the Trust’s Board of Trustees (the “Board”), Sub-Adviser will furnish an investment program in respect of, make investment decisions for, and place all orders for the purchase and sale of securities for the portion of each Fund’s investment portfolio allocated by Manager to Sub-Adviser. In the performance of its duties, Sub-Adviser will satisfy its fiduciary duties to the Trust, will monitor each Fund’s investments, and will comply with the provisions of the Trust’s Declaration of Trust and By-laws, each as amended from time to time (the “Trust Documents”), and the stated investment objectives, policies and restrictions of each Fund. Manager will provide Sub-Adviser with current copies of the Trust Documents, each Fund’s prospectus and Statement of Additional Information and any amendments thereto, and any objectives, policies or restrictions not appearing therein as they may be relevant to Sub-Adviser’s performance under this Agreement. Sub-Adviser and Manager will each make its officers and employees available to the other from time to time at reasonable times to review investment policies of each Fund and to consult with each other regarding the investment affairs of each Fund. Sub-Adviser will report to Manager and the Board with respect to the implementation of its investment program for each Fund. Sub-Adviser is authorized to select the brokers or dealers that will execute the purchases and sales of portfolio securities for each Fund, and is directed to use its best efforts to obtain best execution, which includes most favorable net results and execution of each Fund’s orders, taking into account all appropriate factors, including price, dealer spread or commission, size and difficulty of the transaction and research or other services provided. It is understood that Sub-Adviser will not be deemed to have acted unlawfully, or to have breached a fiduciary duty to the Trust or the Funds, or be in breach of any obligation owing to the Trust or the Funds under this Agreement, or otherwise, solely by reason of its having caused a Fund to pay a member of a securities exchange, a broker or a dealer a commission for effecting a securities transaction for a Fund in excess of the amount of commission another member of an exchange, broker or dealer would have charged if Sub-Adviser determined in good faith that the commission paid was reasonable in relation to the brokerage or research services provided by such member, broker or dealer, viewed in terms of that particular transaction or Sub-Adviser’s overall responsibilities with respect to its accounts, including the Funds, as to which it exercises investment discretion. In addition, if in the judgment of Sub-Adviser, a Fund would be benefited by supplemental services, Sub-Adviser is authorized to pay spreads or commissions to brokers or dealers furnishing such services in excess of spreads or commissions which another broker or dealer may charge for the same transaction, provided that Sub-Adviser determines in good faith that the commission or spread paid is reasonable in relation to the services provided. Sub-Adviser will properly communicate to the officers and trustees of the Trust such information relating to transactions for each Fund as they may reasonably request. In no instance will portfolio securities be purchased from or sold to Manager, Sub-Adviser or any affiliated person of the Trust, Manager or Sub-Adviser, except as may be permitted under the 1940 Act, and under no circumstances will Sub-Adviser select brokers or dealers for Fund transactions on the basis of Fund share sales by such brokers or dealers. Sub-Adviser further agrees that it:

  • STATEMENT OF SERVICES TO BE PERFORMED A. Vendor shall provide Worker(s) to DIR Customers to perform services that are defined in the Work Order Solicitation, in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Contract. Workers provided by Vendor shall possess qualifications that meet or exceed those specified in the Work Order Solicitation and will perform the functions as outlined in the Work Order Solicitation at the rates quoted therein. All travel is subject to the prior, written approval of the Customer.

  • WORK TO BE PERFORMED The Contractor shall do all work and furnish all labor, tools, materials, supplies and equipment for the 2018 Replacement Well 3 Drilling Project (“Work”) in accordance with, and as described in the plans, specifications, drawings, instructions and other documents provided by the City, as amended which are by this reference incorporated herein and made part hereof (the “Contract Documents”). To the extent applicable or reasonably necessary to interpret the Work, the most recent publication of the Standard Specifications for Road, Bridge and Municipal Construction of the Washington State Department of Transportation (see xxxx:// is incorporated into the Contract Documents. All changes in the work shall be performed in accord with the Contract Documents, unless determined otherwise by the City. The Contractor, as set forth in the Contractor’s bid proposal attached hereto as Exhibit A (the "Bid Proposal"), shall assume and be responsible for the cost and expense of all Work provided in the and Contract Documents, except those items agreed in writing to be furnished by the City of Xxxxxx. The Mayor or designee shall administer and be the primary contact for Contractor. Prior to commencement of work, Contractor shall contact the Mayor or designee to review the Work, schedule, and time of completion. Contractor shall receive written authorization from the City to proceed with the Work. Upon notice from the Mayor or designee, Contractor shall promptly commence Work, complete the same in a timely manner, and cure any failure in performance under this Agreement. All Work shall be performed in conformance with the Contract Documents, City and State standards and Bid Proposal. Contractor acknowledges review of the Contract Documents and accepts the same. In the event of a conflict between the Contract Documents, City and State standards or Bid Proposal, they shall be interpreted and given precedence in the order listed herein.

  • Services to be performed by Contractor In consideration of the payments set forth herein and in Exhibit “B,” Contractor shall perform services for County in accordance with the terms, conditions and specifications set forth herein and in Exhibit “A.”

  • STATEMENT OF SERVICES TO BE PROVIDED The Parties agree to cooperate to provide necessary and authorized services and resources in accordance with the terms of this Contract. Specific services provided are described in Attachment A – Statement of Work.

  • SERVICES TO BE PROVIDED 2.1 The services which we may provide to you are general investment and dealing services in financial and commodity options, futures and contracts for differences traded on an Exchange, together with related research, advice, clearing and settlement facilities and any other services agreed between us.

  • Work Performed The Government will pay the Contractor as follows upon the submission of commercial invoices approved by the Contracting Officer:

  • Meeting and Function Rooms to be Provided A. The Contractor shall provide to the Judicial Council the meeting and function rooms on the Dates and at the times set forth in Table 1, below, including necessary and appropriate set up. Prior to the Program, the Judicial Council will provide one

  • Services Performance All services are performed using generally recognized commercial practices and standards. Customer agrees to provide prompt notice of any such service concerns and HP will re-perform any service that fails to meet this standard.

  • SCOPE OF WORK AND RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Interconnection Customer’s Scope of Work and Responsibilities The Interconnection Customer will design, construct, own, operate and maintain the Interconnection Customer’s Interconnection Facilities and Collection Feeder Lines in accordance with the following requirements, to the extent not inconsistent with the terms of this Agreement, the ISO OATT or applicable NYISO Procedures: NYISO requirements, industry standards and specifications, regulatory requirements, the Connecting Transmission Owner’s applicable Connecting Transmission Owner’s Electric System Bulletins (“ESBs”), provided at the following website: xxxxx:// Specifications, the System Protection and Interconnection Customer Attachment Facilities Electric Installation Specification for Xxxxxxxxx Solar Project provided as Appendix C to the Facilities Study for the Small Generating Facility (“Project Specific Specifications”), as such specifications shall be modified as a result of the Interconnection Customer’s post Facilities SERVICE AGREEMENT NO. 2557 Study modifications to the Interconnection Customer’s Interconnection Facilities, and Good Utility Practice. The Interconnection Customer shall submit all engineering design and electrical specifications associated with the Interconnection Customer’s Interconnection Facilities to the Connecting Transmission Owner for its review and acceptance in accordance with the ESBs and Project Specific Specifications. The metering of any redundant or standby station service provisions at the Xxxxxxxxx Solar Collector Substation shall be added in accordance with the Connecting Transmission Owner’s retail tariff, P.S.C. No. 220, and the Connecting Transmission Owner’s ESB 750. As per the Project Specific Specifications, the Interconnection Customer will install the RTU provided by Connecting Transmission Owner in accordance with Connecting Transmission Owner’s ESBs, indoors and within 15 feet of the meter(s), and remote from: • heavy traffic areas, work areas, and loading areas; • heat producing or high electrostatic or electromagnetic field producing equipment; and • station batteries. (Note: If no indoor facility is available, then installation of the RTU and revenue metering equipment in a dedicated, weatherproof, heated cubicle (accessible only to Connecting Transmission Owner) is acceptable.) For the revenue metering, the Interconnection Customer shall install a meter panel in accordance with the Project Specific Specifications, ESB 752 and ESB 750. The Interconnection Customer shall mount the revenue metering CT/PT units, make grounding connections, and complete all primary wiring. The Interconnection Customer shall install the meter socket enclosure near the Connecting Transmission Owner’s RTU in accordance with the Project Specific Specifications. Additional right-of-way (“ROW”) will be required for the construction, operation, and maintenance of the Line 301 Tap and must accommodate the 125’ x 125’ work pads required for the installation of the new structures. The Interconnection Customer is responsible for obtaining the property/easements needed for the Line 301 Tap line, access roads to/from the Line 301 Tap, and work pads, in accordance with the standards set forth in the Connecting Transmission Owner’s Standards and Requirements Relating to Third Party Acquisition and Transfer of Real Property Interests to Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation for Electric Facilities and Survey Specifications (January 2019). The Interconnection Customer is responsible for all permitting. Upon termination of this Agreement, Interconnection Customer shall be responsible for all costs associated with the decommissioning and removal of the Connecting Transmission Owner’s Interconnection Facilities.

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