Granting. Upon request of an employee, the President or representative shall grant a leave without pay for a period not to exceed one year unless the President or representative determines that granting such leave would be inconsistent with the best interests of the University. Such leave may be extended upon mutual agreement.
Granting. The Parties hereto agree that, on the date of execution of the Agreement, Party A has the exclusive option to purchase, at the lowest price permitted by the laws of the People’s Republic of China when the option is exercised, by Party A or a third party designated by Party A at any time, all or part of the equity held by Party B in the Company now and in the future, subject to the conditions agreed in the Agreement. Party A will be granted with the option after the Agreement has been executed by the Parties, and the option, once granted, will be irrevocable within the term of the Agreement.
Granting. In the case of illness, injury, or temporary disability that exhausts accumulated sick leave, a medical leave of absence without pay shall be granted. Accrued vacation and personal holiday time can be used after sick leave has been exhausted; however, the use of such vacation or personal holiday shall not extend the length of the leave.
Granting. Verastem shall have the right to grant to its Affiliates and to Third Parties sublicenses under the license granted in Section 2.1. Each such sublicense shall be in writing and shall be consistent with the applicable terms and conditions of this Agreement and sufficient to enable Verastem to meet its diligence and reporting obligations hereunder. Verastem shall at all times be and remain responsible for its Affiliates’ and Sublicensees’ performance and compliance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement applicable to Affiliates and Sublicensees, including without limitation payment of all amounts that may become due hereunder as a result of Sublicensee’s activities. Poniard agrees that Verastem’s obligations under this Agreement may be satisfied through the performance of Verastem’s Affiliates and Sublicensees. Verastem shall, prior to granting any further sublicense of the Licensed Patent Rights (as defined in the Scripps Agreement) licensed from Scripps, and any Sublicensee shall, prior to granting any further sublicense of the Licensed Patent Rights (as defined in the Scripps Agreement) licensed from Scripps, provide Scripps with a copy of the proposed sublicense agreement, which may be in draft form and which may have financial provisions redacted, for Scripps to review solely for compliance with the provisions of the Scripps Agreement applicable to sublicenses of the Licensed Patent Rights (as defined in the Scripps Agreement) licensed from Scripps, provided however, that any such sublicense shall be subject to the provisions contained in the Scripps Agreement that are applicable to sublicenses (including without limitation the provisions regarding governmental interest, reservation of rights, development efforts, reporting, audit rights, indemnity, warranty disclaimer, limitation of liability, confidentiality, and rights upon expiration or termination but excluding the payment of a license fee). Such drafts shall be provided to Scripps at least [**] business days prior to the execution of such further sublicenses. If, within such [**] business day review period, Scripps notifies Verastem or such Sublicensee of provisions of the sublicense that do not comply with the requirements of the Scripps Agreement applicable to sublicenses, Scripps and Verastem (or the applicable Sublicensee granting the further sublicense) shall promptly discuss such concerns and Verastem (or the applicable Sublicensee granting the further sublicense) shall, before ente...
Granting. Upon written request, a leave of absence shall be granted to an Employee in connection with the birth of a child, placement of a foster child, or child adoption for whom the Employee is a parent or legal guardian. Such leave shall be granted for the requested time up to four (4) months, including the medical portion of the leave for a newborn.
Granting. Personal leaves of absence are voluntary and may be granted for other than medical reasons. Such approval shall not be granted automatically, but shall be based on the judgment of the Employer who shall give due consideration to the needs of the work force, the Employee’s seniority and performance record.
Granting. Personal leaves of absence are voluntary and may be granted for other than medical reasons for a period of up to six (6) months. Such approval shall not be granted automatically, but shall be based on the judgment of the Supervisor with due consideration to the needs of the workforce and on a non-discriminatory basis.
Granting. As and from the Effective Date, TC-3 grants to the Grantee, on an IRU basis, an interest in one half (1/2) MIU in Segment F of the CANTAT-3 System as well as an IRU in Segment A of the CANTAT-3 System to the extent required for the use of its capacity in the CANTAT-3 System (the "Capacity") (exclusive of any interconnection between cable systems, leases, Droits-de-Passage or other rearward facilities arrangement for which the Grantee shall be solely responsible), for providing telecommunications services between points reached via Denmark on the one hand, and points reached via Canada on the other hand. The Capacity shall be used in conjunction with the matching half-interest in the MIUs hereby granted. To the extent permitted by law, the IRU granted herein does not include the right to use the Capacity for traffic terminating in Canada.
Granting. To provide for the more orderly development of the Property, it may be necessary, desirable, or required that pipeline, drainage, gas supply, power lines, public use, and other easements and dedications and similar rights be granted or dedicated over or within portions of the Property. Lessor must, on Lessee's request, join with Lessee in executing and delivering the documents, from time to time, and throughout the Lease term, as may be appropriate, necessary, or required by applicable governmental agencies, public utilities, and private entities for the purpose of granting such easements and dedications; provided, however, Lessor may not be compelled to do so with regard to any easements, dedications or similar rights which, when exercised by the grantee of same, would result in construction of facilities or activities by third parties which materially interfere with Lessor's operations on the adjacent properties.