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In practice. I must use the learning management software and systems to ensure that I learn and not for other purposes that might be distracting or damaging. I use the Internet at Nazareth College for learning and communication about learning. I use the Internet in other places in a way that protects my identity and reputation. At school I use my phone only in exceptional circumstances (by going to Student Services). In public places I ensure that I do not draw undue attention to my electronic devices as this could endanger my safety.
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In practice. ‌ The release management team will make a online repository for partners to deliver their build releases in binary form. These can be black box tested to some extent using the FMU export support or other INTO-CPS specific tool protocol. Uploading a new release will trigger a set of automated test suites to be run, and if errors are found, then an error report will be sent to developers responsible for that tool. If the initial automated tests pass then further tests may be made by the release management team and once the quality has been assured the specific release candidate of the newly uploaded INTO-CPS tool will be marked as approved. Then the release manager can assemble a new INTO-CPS release updating the previous release bundle with the new INTO-CPS tools that has been approved since last release.
In practice. DO I NEED TO OBTAIN A PRACTICING CERTIFICATE FROM ACCA? Yes. However, this certificate does not confer the right to work in audit. Visit xxxx:// practice.html for further information. I HAVE COMPLETED ALL THE CGA REQUIREMENTS BUT HAVE NOT COMPLETED THE PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS TO BECOME A FULL MEMBER. CAN I QUALIFY UNDER THE MRA? No. Only certified CGAs can apply for ACCA membership. All CGA practical experience requirements will need to be completed prior to applying for ACCA membership. For more information about ACCA’s admission requirements, or how to maximize your benefits under this MRA, contact: ACCA Member Support 000 Xxxxx Xxxxxx Xxxxxxx X0 0XX Xxxxxx Xxxxxxx Tel: +00 000 000 0000 Fax: +00 000 000 0000
In practice. Community Benefits Agreement with LA Land Area Company. In May 2001, the Los Angeles Xxxxxxxx Corridor Coalition for Economic Justice (FCCEJ) negotiated an historic CBA with the LA Arena Land Company. The agreement requires the developers to include living wage and union jobs, affordable housing, local hiring, and parks to the Center’s four million square foot addition. The CBA provides a model for ensuring low-income residents are considered when major developments are built in their communities. (PWF, 2011) Visit Appendix C to view the full CBA. Xxxxxxxxxx Station Community Benefits Agreement. In 2008, the Xxxxxxxxxx Community Council (LCC) in Minneapolis, Minnesota succeeded in creating a community benefits agreement with a developer that requires at least 30 percent of the Xxxxxxxxxx Station housing units to be affordable, which exceeds the city’s 20 percent requirement. A mix of unit sizes was to be provided, with family- size units having access to green space. (Pollack, Bluestone, and Billingham, 2010) Please visit Appendix D to view the full CBA. MAPC spoke with Xxx Xxxxx of LCC in March 2011 to learn more about how the CBA elements have been implemented since the document’s signing. The CBA was developed over a period of two years. Its development was supported in part (through facilitation and advice) by planning staff from the area regional planning council. Unfortunately, the developer who had signed on to the agreement had to pull out of the project during the economic downtown because it went bankrupt. The property was to be financed with affordable housing tax credits and HUD financing, but it fell through during the economic downturn. The CBA became null and void because it was tied to the developer and not the land. The City of Minneapolis then transferred development rights to a new developer. The new developer has made it clear to LCC that he has no intent in signing a formal CBA, but that he will take as many elements as are reasonable for integration into the developer’s redeveloper agreement with the City. LCC feels that the CBA was not a total loss, however, because stakeholders in the community became engaged and familiar with the process of creating a CBA. LCC’s advice to other communities looking to create CBAs is not to tie the agreement to the developer but to the land.1
In practice. An attorney should be consulted if a land contract is to be used.
In practice. There are many different scenarios that see the MoU process used however the two below are the most common. These scenarios demonstrate the fact that this is a two way process with information flowing both ways between the parties: SGB Initiated Requests  Information is sought by the MoU partner based on intelligence.  Betfair are given an overview of the concerns of the MoU partner and are asked if betting information corroborates their intelligence.  If it does then high level and non-customer identifiable betting information will be shared with the MoU Partner.  If the MoU partner has concerns that an account or set of accounts may have breached the SGB rules or may pose a threat to the integrity of relevant events then the MoU Partner may formally request full details (personal and transactional data included) of the accounts in question. If Betfair agrees the concerns are reasonable then details of the accounts are shared.  Following the sharing of the data, and until the investigation by the MoU partner is complete, ongoing dialogue is maintained between Betfair and the MoU partner. Betfair Initiated Requests  Suspicious betting or a potential rule breach on the MoU partners’ sport is identified through Betfair monitoring and/or reporting.  High level and non-customer identifiable betting information will be shared with the MoU partner to outline the concerns.  If the MoU partner shares the concerns that an account or set of accounts may have breached the SGB rules or may pose a threat to the integrity of relevant events then the MoU partner will formally request full details (personal and transactional data included) of the accounts in question. Full details of the relevant accounts will then be shared.  Following the sharing of data and until the investigation by the MoU partner is complete and ongoing dialogue is maintained between Betfair and the MoU partner.
In practice. 2 Decision Spheres Progressively Merge Spheres over Time Locating Hydropower decisions in a basin context Integrated Basin Planning IWRM Sphere of decision making (1995 SEA Agreement)Bridge work + otherEnergy Power taken MRC Sector / Industry Sphere where decisions on hydropower are The SEA work helps bring Programm es Together the Two Decision Spheres IWRM & Power Communications tools MRC Website Thank you
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In practice. 6. Where Member States do not agree on the necessary technical, legal and financial arrangements by 1 October 2018, the Commission may after consulting the competent authorities concerned, propose a framework for such measures setting out the necessary principles to make them operational which shall build on the Commission's guidance set out in paragraph 4a. Member States shall finalise their arrangements by 1 December 2018 taking utmost account of the Commission's proposal.

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  • Collection Practices The collection practices used by the Servicer with respect to each Mortgage Note and Mortgage have been in all respects legal, proper and prudent in the mortgage servicing business;

  • Credit Reporting For each Mortgage Loan, the Company shall accurately and fully furnish, in accordance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act and its implementing regulations, accurate and complete information on its borrower credit files to each of the following credit repositories: Equifax Credit Information Services, Inc., TransUnion, LLC and Experian Information Solution, Inc. on a monthly basis.

  • FAIR PRACTICES 1. As sole bargaining agent the Association shall continue its policy of accepting into membership all eligible persons in the unit without regard to age, race, color, creed and religious creed, national origin, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran’s status, handicap, genetic information, ancestry, or membership or non-membership in any political or ideological organization. The Association shall represent equally all members of the bargaining unit without regard to membership or participation in the activities of any employee organization.

  • Data Practices The Public Entity agrees with respect to any data that it possesses regarding the G.O. Grant, the Project, or the operation of the Real Property and, if applicable, Facility, to comply with all of the provisions and restrictions contained in the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act contained in Chapter 13 of the Minnesota Statutes that exists as of the date of this Agreement and as such may subsequently be amended, modified or replaced from time to time.

  • Payable Practices No Borrower or Subsidiary has made any material change in its historical accounts payable practices from those in effect on the Closing Date.

  • Pay Practices The Employer recognizes the importance of regularity in pay practices and to the greatest extent possible the Employer will not alter the payment routines. Nurses will be notified in writing by the Employer not less than sixty (60) days in advance of a change to the pay practices.

  • Standards of Practice Standards of practice of CONTRACTOR shall be determined by the professional standards of CONTRACTOR’s trade or field of expertise and all applicable provisions of law and other rules and regulations of any and all governmental authorities relating to provision of services as defined in this Agreement.

  • Best Practices The Recipient acknowledges they may or may not have access to the Owner’s Confidential Information and agrees that it shall not directly or indirectly divulge, disclose, or communicate any of the Confidential Information to any third party, except as may be required during any formal business association or dealings on behalf of the Owner for any event, with the prior written approval of the Owner. The Recipient acknowledges that no license of the Confidential Information, by implication or otherwise, is granted to the Recipient by reason of this Agreement. Additionally, the Recipient acknowledges that it may only use the Confidential Information in connection with its business dealings with the Owner and for no other purpose without the prior written consent of the Owner.

  • Credit Reporting; Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (a) With respect to each Mortgage Loan, each Sexxxxxx xxxxxx xx xully furnish, in accordance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act and its implementing regulations, accurate and complete information (e.g., favorable and unfavorable) on its borrower credit files to Equifax, Experian and TransUnion Credit Information Company (three of the credit repositories), on a monthly basis.

  • Best Practice 9.1 The parties agree that Best Practice is simply a better way of doing things - it is a process of constantly changing and adapting to new pressures and work methods. Best Practices are not fixed. It is the method of operation to achieve exemplary levels of performance. Best Practices are not restricted to an examination of cost, but also include quality and timely completion of work safely and efficiently.

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