General Scope Sample Clauses

General Scope. Except for matters on which the Members’ approval is required by the Act or this Agreement, the Manager has full power, authority and discretion to manage and direct the Company’s business, affairs and properties, including the specific powers referred to in paragraph (b), below.
General Scope. 1. This Convention shall apply only to persons who are residents of one or both of the Contracting States, except as otherwise provided in the Convention.
General Scope. 1. This Convention shall apply to interest paid by a paying agent established within the territory of one of the Contracting Parties with a view to enable savings income in the form of interest payments made in one Contracting Party to beneficial owners who are individuals resident for tax purposes in the other Contracting Party to be made subject to effective taxation in accordance with the laws of the latter Contracting Party.
General Scope. All terms used herein shall be as defined in the attached Agreement (the "Agreement") except that ADM is referred to as the "Transfer Agent." In accordance with the terms of the Agreement the Transfer Agent will provide a comprehensive Shareholder accounting service generally consistent with that provided to other investment companies, including:
General Scope. 1. This Convention shall apply to persons who are residents of one or both of the Contracting States and to other persons as specifically provided in the Convention.
General Scope. (1) Except as otherwise specifically provided in this Agreement, the Operating Agent shall manage, coordinate and supervise the proper conduct of the ordinary and usual business and affairs of the Partnership excluding those areas falling within the scope of the duties and powers of the Booking Agent, as set forth in Article 17 below, but including all aspects of the day-to-day physical operation and maintenance of the Theatre Properties (collectively the “Operating Management Activities”). The Operating Management Activities shall, subject to Section 16.3, be conducted in a manner (hereinafter referred to as “Operating Management Standards”) consistent and in accordance with, in the case of each Theatre Property, (i) the operation of such Theatre Property as a First-Class Theatre including concessions (unless both Partners otherwise agree), (ii) prudent business and management practices applicable to the operation, maintenance and management of such Theatre Property as a First-Class Theatre, and (iii) the requirements of any leases, mortgages, certificates of occupancy, permits, licenses, consents or other recorded and unrecorded agreements (collectively, “Key Documents”) now or hereafter affecting such Theatre Property. Except as otherwise specifically provided in this Agreement, the Operating Agent shall have such responsibilities, and shall perform and take, or cause to be performed or taken, all such services and actions customarily performed or taken by the Operating Agent prior to the Closing with respect to each Theatre Property, as shall be necessary or advisable for the proper conduct of the Operating Management Activities in accordance with the Operating Management Standards, including, without limitation, the duties and powers set forth in subsections (b) through (m) below. The Operating Agent shall have no liability to the Partnership with respect to the conduct of the Operating Management Activities other than to carry out the Operating Management Activities in accordance with the Operating Management Standards in a reasonable manner and the Partnership shall indemnify and hold harmless the Operating Agent against all obligations and liabilities incurred by the Operating Agent in the performance of its duties hereunder as provided in Section 16.7 below.
General Scope. Manager shall devote such efforts as are consistent with the Standard of Care (as defined below) in managing, coordinating and supervising the ordinary and usual business and affairs pertaining to the identification, acquisition, operation, maintenance, leasing, licensing, rehabilitation, construction, disposition and management of the Properties and in compliance with the directives of Owner or the Investment Committee (as hereinafter defined), all pursuant to the terms, conditions and limitations of this Agreement. Manager shall have such responsibilities, and shall perform and take, or cause to be performed or taken, all such services and actions customarily taken by managing agents of property of similar nature, location, and character to that of the Properties consistent with the duties set forth in this Article III. Unless otherwise specifically provided in this Agreement, the written directives of Owner or the Investment Committee, the Approved Guidelines, or the Approved Operating Budget (collectively, the “Guiding Documents”), all services and actions that Manager is required or permitted to perform or take, or cause to be performed or taken in connection with the management of the Properties shall be performed or taken, as the case may be, on behalf of Owner and at Owner’s sole cost, expense, and risk. Manager’s authority is limited to performing the services set forth herein and the other Guiding Documents. Except as provided in the Guiding Documents, Manager shall have no authority (a) to execute any contract or agreement for or on behalf of Owner, (b) to provide additional services or modify existing services to tenants, or (c) to assume or create any obligation or liability or to make any representation, covenant, agreement or warranty for or on behalf of Owner.
General Scope. What is an EU action grant? Background and scope — What types of actions is the General MGA for? The General Model Grant Agreement covers action grants, i.e. grants for projects with activities that help achieve EU policy objectives1 and are normally funded based on actual cost incurred by the beneficiaries.
General Scope. The City is requesting the broadest selection of Office, Education, Classroom and Miscellaneous Furniture, Installation and Related Products and Services offered. The intent of this RFP is to provide the City and Participating Public Agencies with Products and Services to meet their various needs. Therefore, Companies should have demonstrated experience in providing Products and Services as defined in this RFP, including but not limited to the following:
General Scope. The termIndemnified Person” as used in this Article (a) shall refer to the Sole Member, the Manager, and each officer (if any); and (b) shall be deemed to include (to the extent applicable) each direct and indirect owner, shareholder, director, officer, member, manager, partner, employee and representative of any person or entity described in subsection (a) immediately above.