General Use Sample Clauses

General Use. You may install and Use a copy of the Software on your compatible computer, up to the Permitted Number of computers.
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General Use. You may install and use one copy of the Software on up to the Permitted Number of your compatible Computers; or
General Use. You may install and Use one copy of the Software on your Compatible Computer. See Section 4 for important restrictions on the Use of the Software.
General Use. With respect to Licensee's use of the Marks pursuant to this License Agreement, Licensee acknowledges and agrees to the following:
General Use. The Client and its personnel must:
General Use. Licensee agrees to use the Application Software solely to provide the Services to End Users. Licensee may private brand the Services it offers.
General Use. ▪ I will respect and take care of the computer equipment at all times. This means that I will not have food or drink whilst using them ▪ I will only use the school’s digital technology facilities under the supervision of school staff ▪ I will only print material for educational purposes with the permission of staff ▪ I understand that if I bring a phone or device to school I am required to follow all instructions from my teacher Network ▪ I will only use software or applications purchased or approved by the school and installed by the school ▪ I will not under any circumstances access or delete personal files belonging to others, or delete any software or areas of the network that have not been designated for my use ▪ I will only use the data storage options as directed by my teacher and only store documents that are related to schoolwork that I have completed ▪ I will use file names that reflect the content of the file and always save appropriately Internet ▪ I will only access the internet during class time. I understand that I cannot access the internet before or after school or during recesses unless otherwise directed and supervised by a staff member ▪ I will only access sites as directed by my teacher ▪ I will keep my logins and passwords private and not attempt to obtain the passwords of others ▪ I will use the school’s digital technology facilities, specifically the internet, for educational, communication and research purposes only ▪ I will respect the privacy and ownership of others’ work and the material from websites at all times ▪ I will not provide my personal details, or any other student’s personal details, on the internet under any circumstances ▪ I understand that the school has access to all students’ logs ▪ I will not attempt to search for and use material that is non-educational, illegal, or which would be thought of as offensive ▪ If I unknowingly navigate to a website that contains material that could be considered offensive, I will immediately notify the teacher. The IT administrator will then block this site. I understand that the school network is filtered so that offensive material cannot be accessed ▪ I will only use the school e-mail system for educational purposes and not for personal use ▪ As a responsible user of the technology facilities at school, I will follow the rules set by the teacher based on the Digital Technology Policy ▪ I understand that if I have broken these rules, I may lose access to technology and my parents...
General Use. The resulting Contract is primarily used by the Washington State Department of Transportation, however, all members of the Washington State Purchasing Cooperative (WSPC) including where applicable: State Agencies, Institutions of Higher Education, Political Subdivisions, and Non-Profit Corporations may utilize this Contract. This Contract will also be available for use by Oregon’s Department of Administrative Services Cooperative Purchasing Program (ORCPP). While use of the Contract by Political Subdivisions and Non-Profit Corporations that are members of the WSPC and ORCPP members is optional, the Office of State Procurement encourages them to use state Contracts. Their use of the Contracts may significantly increase the purchase volume. Their orders are subject to the same Contract terms, conditions and pricing as state agencies. The Office of State Procurement accepts no responsibility for orders or payment by WSPC members. A list of WSPC members is available at xxxxx://xxxxxxxx.xx.xxx/ga/apps/coop/Default.aspx. A list of current authorized ORCPP members is available at: xxxx://xxx.xxxxxx.xxx/DAS/PFSS/SPO/docs/orcpp-member-list.pdf Purchases by Nonprofit Corporations Legislation allows nonprofit corporations to participate in State Contracts for purchases administered by the Office of State Procurement (OSP). By mutual agreement with OSP, the Contractor may sell goods or services at Contract pricing awarded under this IFB and resulting Contract to self certified nonprofit corporations. Such organizations purchasing under the State Contract shall do so only to the extent they retain eligibility and comply with other Contract and statutory provisions. The Contractor may make reasonable inquiry of credit worthiness prior to accepting orders or delivering goods or services on Contract. The State accepts no responsibility for payments by nonprofit corporations. Their use of the Contracts may significantly increase the purchase volume. Their orders are subject to the same Contract terms, conditions and pricing as state agencies. CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION
General Use. The agreement of Purchase and sale Condominium resale is the document that is used to state the Buyer’s desire to purchase the property, and to negotiate the terms of the sale. It is commonly referred to as an “Offer”. This document also allows the Buyer a chance to outline in detail all of the conditions they wish to be placed in their Offer to buy the seller’s property. some common examples of a Buyer’s conditions include arranging financing (a mortgage) for the property to be purchased, completing a home inspection, ensuring that the sale of their current home is completed before purchasing a new one or review of a status Certificate. after the Offer is prepared and signed by the Buyer, it is presented to the seller for acceptance. The seller, in turn, may want to make changes to the Offer for the Buyer to consider. This process can continue back and forth several times in an effort to reach an agreement. This Agreement of Purchase and Sale dated this.................................... day of ................................................ 20......... BUYER, , agrees to purchase from (Full legal names of all Buyers) SELLER, , the following (Full legal names of all Sellers) PROPERTY: a unit in the condominium property known as .................................................................................... No.................... (Apartment/Townhouse/Suite/Unit) located at ................................................................................................................................................................ in the .....................................................................................................................................................................