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In Texas. Section V To Obtain Service, is amended as follows: For any non‐emergency, service will be initiated within 48 hours and completed as soon as reasonably possible • The following statements have been added: o This contract is issued pursuant to a license granted by the Texas Real Estate Commission, and complaints in connection with this contract may be directed to the Commission at XX Xxx 00000, Xxxxxx, XX 00000, phone # 512‐936‐3049. The purchase of a home warranty contract is optional and similar coverage may be purchased through other residential companies or insurance companies authorized to transact business in Texas. o Throughout this Agreement, Agreement will be replaced with Contract. NOTICE: YOU THE BUYER HAVE OTHER RIGHTS AND REMEDIES UNDER THE TEXAS DECEPTIVE TRADE PRACTICES‐CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT WHICH ARE IN ADDITION TO ANY REMEDY WHICH MAY BE AVAILABLE UNDER THIS CONTRACT. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONCERNING YOUR RIGHTS, CONTACT THE CONSUMER PROTECTION DIVISION OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S OFFICE, YOUR LOCAL DISTRICT OR COUNTY ATTORNEY, OR THE ATTORNEY OF YOUR CHOICE. SIGNATURE In Utah: • Section V To Obtain Service, #1 is amended as follows: Emergency repairs: In the event an emergency repair is required outside of the normal business hours of the Administrator. You may engage Your own licensed repair provider without prior authorization. Emergency repair is defined as a failure that creates a risk to health or property and that such failure requires an immediate repair be made. • Section VII Limit of Liability and Conditions, #11.H is replaced with the following: Repairs or replacements caused by pre‐existing conditions, defects or deficiencies that occurred prior to the effective date of the Agreement. SAMPLE • Section VII Limit of Liability and Conditions, #11, the following has been added: Proof of loss should be furnished by You to Us as soon as reasonably possible. Failure to furnish such notice or proof within the time required by this Agreement does not invalidate or reduce a claim. • Section VII Limit of Liability and Conditions, # 15 is amended as follows: Binding Arbitration: Any matter between You and the Company may be subject to arbitration as an alternative to court action pursuant to the rules of (the American Arbitration Association or other recognized arbitrator), a copy of which is available on request from the Company. Any decision reached by arbitration shall be binding upon both You and the Company. The arbitration award may i...
In Texas. The following statement is added to Section 6.E “Cancellation”: If You cancel Your Agreement within sixty (60) days of receipt of Your Agreement, Your Agreement will be voided. If Your Agreement is voided and You do not receive a refund or credit within thirty (30) days of receipt of the returned service Agreement, You may request a refund from Virginia Surety Company, Inc., [175 Xxxx Xxxxxxx Xxxx, Chicago, Illinois, 60604], and a ten percent (10%) penalty per month shall be applied to the refund. The following statement is added to Section 6.F “Entire Agreement”: If You purchased this Agreement in Texas, unresolved complaints or questions concerning the regulation of service agreements, may be addressed to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation at XX Xxx, 00000, Xxxxxx, XX 00000, telephone number (000) 000-0000 or 800-803-9202. See also (22) below.
In Texas. Any issue concerning this Interlocal Contract or PCA Contracts in which Region 3 Education Service Center is involved shall be governed by the laws of the State of Texas, excluding the conflict of law provisions.
In Texas. Exclusive Venue for any litigation whatsoever involving Region 3 Education Service Center Purchasing Cooperative of America is the state district court of Victoria County, Texas.
In Texas. Conversion orders processed and completed electronically will be charged $5 per order on an interim basis. Complex orders will be charged at an interim rate of $52.55 per order. Custom Services conversions (e.g. Plexar Custom) will be handled on a Customer Specific Proposal basis. When LSP converts an end user's service and adds or changes are made to the network, the respective conversion charge will apply, as well as any normal service order charges associated with said changes. All non-recurring service connection charges, excluding the conversion charge mentioned above, will be charged at a discount for those services listed in Exhibits A and B.
In Texas. In Mexican border states, mortality due to diabetes mellitus has been increasing for both males and females. Data published in Salud Pública de México indicate that the highest mortality from diabetes in 2003 was in Coahuila, with male mortality at
In Texas. You, the contract holder may apply for reimbursement directly to the insurer if a refund or credit is not paid before the 46th day after the date on which your contract is returned to the provider.
In Texas. The overall combined infant mortality rate for the four border states on the United States side in 2003 was lower than it was in 1992–1994. Data published in 2004 in Salud Pública de México indicate that in 2003, two Mexican border states (Chihuahua and Baja Cal- ifornia) had female infant mortality rates that were higher than the national figure (14.5 female infant deaths per 1,000 live fe- male births), and Baja California, Chihuahua, and Sonora had higher male infant mortality rates than the overall national rate (18.4 male infant deaths per 1,000 live births). In 1992–1994, infant mortality rates in Mexican border states doubled those of United States border states. The infant mortal- ity rates in Mexican border states ranged from 12.6 infant deaths per 1,000 live births in Tamaulipas to 20.6 in Coahuila; Mexico’s national rate was 17.7. The four leading causes of infant deaths in 2003 in the U.S. border states were congenital anomalies, short gestation, SIDS, and maternal pregnancy complications. The leading causes of infant mortality in the six Mexican bor- der states in 2003 closely resembled those for Mexico as a whole. The 10 leading causes included certain conditions originating in the perinatal period, congenital malformations of the heart, lower acute respiratory infections, infectious intestinal diseases, protein calorie malnutrition, anencephaly and similar malforma- tions, defects of the abdominal wall, Down’s syndrome, lower acute respiratory infections, and xxxxx bifida. The reported peri- natal mortality rate was reported as 77.4 per 1,000 live births in 2003. In 2003, the United States border states accounted for 25% of the 4,965 deaths among children 1–4 years of age in the country, with 557 deaths in California, 524 deaths in Texas, 134 deaths in Arizona, and 46 deaths in New Mexico. In 1992–1994, the United States border states accounted for 23% of the 20,630 deaths of children 1–4 years old in the United States, with 2,600 deaths in California, 1,634 deaths in Texas, 420 deaths in Arizona, and 167 deaths in New Mexico. The leading four causes of death in children 1–4 years old in three United States border states (Arizona, California, and New Mexico) in 2003 were unintentional injuries, congenital anom- alies, malignant neoplasms, and homicide; the pattern was simi- lar in Texas, but there, homicide ranked as the fourth cause. Mor- tality rates among children 1–4 years old per 1,000 population in 1992–1994 ranged from 0.39 in Califor...

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