Imminent Threat Sample Clauses

Imminent Threat. Notwithstanding the provisions of subparagraph (C)(1) of this Article concerning the opportunity to cure defaults, if HUD determines, in HUD's sole discretion, that there is an imminent threat that the Grantee will expend additional HOPE VI Grant funds in violation of the provisions of this Grant Agreement, HUD may implement the remedial action provided for under subparagraph (C)(4)(d) of this Article to prevent any such unauthorized expenditure until such time as the Grantee has complied with the cure provisions set forth above. HUD will implement such remedial action by written notice set forth either in the notice of default given under paragraph (C)(1) of this Article or by subsequent written notice to the Grantee.
Imminent Threat. A subjective statistical evaluation of how quickly a threat scenario can develop, and how likely that threat is to de- velop in a given geographical location. Implicit in the timing aspect can be considerations of available time (when the next flood or storm event is likely
Imminent Threat. When there is an emergency involving an imminent threat to the safety or welfare of an individual (including law enforcement personnel or members of the public), and there is insufficient time to make available appropriate auxiliary aids and services, law enforcement personnel will use whatever auxiliary aids and services are most effective under the circumstances to communicate with persons who are deaf or hard of hearing, consistent with an appropriate law enforcement response to the imminent threat. When there is no longer an imminent threat, law enforcement personnel will follow its procedures to provide appropriate auxiliary aids and services, as set forth in Paragraph 9.
Imminent Threat. When, in the judgment of the member, a student’s behavior poses an imminent threat to the health, safety or welfare of other students or staff (which may include extremely disruptive behavior) requiring immediate action by the member to prevent harm to students and/or staff, the member shall be authorized to send the student or students causing the disciplinary problem to the administrator’s office or a designated place for the balance of the class period or, at the elementary schools, until a conference is held as outlined in Section B.

Related to Imminent Threat

  • Environmental Claim The receipt from any Governmental Authority or other Person of any notice of violation, claim, demand, abatement, order or other order or direction (conditional or otherwise) for any damage, including personal injury (including sickness, disease or death), tangible or intangible property damage, contribution, indemnity, indirect or consequential damages, damage to the environment, pollution, contamination or other adverse effects on the environment, removal, cleanup or remedial action or for fines, penalties or restrictions, resulting from or based upon (i) the existence or occurrence, or the alleged existence or occurrence, of a Hazardous Substance Activity on any Mortgaged Property in violation of any law or (ii) the violation, or alleged violation, of any Hazardous Materials Laws in connection with any Mortgaged Property or any of the other assets of Borrower;

  • Pending or Threatened Litigation There is no litigation or administrative or governmental proceeding pending or threatened against or relating to SUNO, its subsidiaries, the SUNO Business, or any of the SUNO Assets nor does SUNO have any knowledge after due investigation of any deliberate act or omission of SUNO or its subsidiaries that would form any basis for any such action or proceeding;

  • No Environmental Claims except as may already have been disclosed by the Borrowers in writing to, and acknowledged in writing by, the Agent, there is no Environmental Claim pending or, to the best of the Borrowers’ knowledge and belief, threatened against any of the Borrowers or any of the Ships or any other Relevant Party or any other Relevant Ship or to the best of the Borrowers’ knowledge and belief (having made due enquiry) any of their respective Environmental Affiliates;

  • Environmental Release The Borrower agrees that upon the occurrence of an Environmental Release at or on any of the Properties it will act immediately to investigate the extent of, and to take appropriate remedial action to eliminate, such Environmental Release, whether or not ordered or otherwise directed to do so by any Environmental Authority.

  • Environmental Events The Borrower will promptly give notice to the Agent (i) upon the Borrower obtaining knowledge of any potential or known Release, or threat of Release, of any Hazardous Substances at or from any Real Estate of the Borrower or its Subsidiaries; (ii) of any violation of any Environmental Law that the Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries reports in writing or is reportable by such Person in writing (or for which any written report supplemental to any oral report is made) to any federal, state or local environmental agency and (iii) upon becoming aware thereof, of any inquiry, proceeding, investigation, or other action, including a notice from any agency of potential environmental liability, of any federal, state or local environmental agency or board, that in either case involves any Real Estate of the Borrower or its Subsidiaries or has the potential to materially affect the assets, liabilities, financial conditions or operations of the Borrower or any Subsidiary.

  • Environmental Claims No Environmental Claim has been commenced or (to the best of its knowledge and belief) is threatened against any member of the Group where that claim would be reasonably likely, if determined against that member of the Group, to have a Material Adverse Effect.

  • Environmental Notice Promptly after the assertion or occurrence thereof, notice of any action or proceeding against or of any noncompliance by any Loan Party or any of its Subsidiaries with any Environmental Law or Environmental Permit that could reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect.

  • Environmental Tobacco Smoke Public Law 103-227 (also known as the Pro-Children Act of 1994) and Vermont’s Act 135 (2014) (An act relating to smoking in lodging establishments, hospitals, and child care facilities, and on State lands) restrict the use of tobacco products in certain settings. Party shall ensure that no person is permitted: (i) to use tobacco products or tobacco substitutes as defined in 7 V.S.A. § 1001 on the premises, both indoor and outdoor, of any licensed child care center or afterschool program at any time; (ii) to use tobacco products or tobacco substitutes on the premises, both indoor and in any outdoor area designated for child care, health or day care services, kindergarten, pre- kindergarten, elementary, or secondary education or library services; and (iii) to use tobacco products or tobacco substitutes on the premises of a licensed or registered family child care home while children are present and in care. Party will refrain from promoting the use of tobacco products for all clients and from making tobacco products available to minors. Failure to comply with the provisions of the federal law may result in the imposition of a civil monetary penalty of up to $1,000 for each violation and/or the imposition of an administrative compliance order on the responsible entity. The federal Pro-Children Act of 1994, however, does not apply to portions of facilities used for inpatient drug or alcohol treatment; service providers whose sole source of applicable federal funds is Medicare or Medicaid; or facilities where Women, Infants, & Children (WIC) coupons are redeemed.

  • Environmental Remediation Failure to remediate (or pursue the remediation process with due diligence and good faith) within the time period required by law or governmental order, (or within a reasonable time in light of the nature of the problem if no specific time period is so established), environmental problems in violation of Applicable Law related to Properties of the Borrower and/or its Subsidiaries where the estimated cost of remediation is in the aggregate in excess of Seventy-Five Million Dollars ($75,000,000), in each case after all administrative hearings and appeals have been concluded.

  • Adverse Action The Indenture Trustee need not take an action that it determines might have a material adverse effect on the rights of the Noteholders not consenting to the action.