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However, if an Employee works over ten (10) hours, the Individual Employer and Employee may mutually agree to waive the Employee’s entitled second (2nd) meal period so long as the first meal period was taken and the Employee works not more than a total of twelve (12) hours.
However, if. (a) the person does not include in the single price a charge that is payable in relation to sending the goods from the supplier to the other person; and
However, if. (i) the Landlord shall have sent to the Tenant two notices of such default, even though the same shall have been cured and this lease not terminated; and (ii) during the same calendar year in which said notices of default had been sent by the Landlord to the Tenant, the Tenant thereafter shall default in any non-monetary matter, the same shall be deemed to be an Event of Default upon the Landlord giving the Tenant written notice thereof, and the Tenant shall have no grace period within which to cure the same.

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