Infrastructure. (a) Each Loan Party has and will maintain a sufficient infrastructure to conduct its business as presently conducted and as contemplated to be conducted following its execution of this Agreement.
Infrastructure. (a) The Borrower owns and possesses, or has the right to use (and will hereafter own, possess, or have such right to use) all patents, industrial designs, trademarks, trade names, trade styles, brand names, service marks, logos, copyrights, trade secrets, know-how, confidential information, and other intellectual or proprietary property of any third Person necessary for the Borrower’s conduct of the Borrower’s business, except where the failure to do so would not have a material adverse effect on the business or assets of the Borrower.
Infrastructure. The manmade physical systems, assets, projects, and structures, publicly and/or privately owned, that are used by or provide benefit to the public. Examples of infrastructure include utilities, bridges, levees, drinking water systems, electrical systems, communications systems, dams, sewage systems, and roads. Initial Attack Zone: An identified area in which predetermined resources would normally be the initial resource to respond to an incident. Jurisdictional Agency: The Agency having land and resource management and/or protection responsibility for a specific geographical or functional area as provided by federal, state or local law. Initial Action: The actions taken by the first resources to arrive at a wildfire. Initial Attack: The aggressive response to a wildland fire based on values to be protected, benefits of response, and reasonable cost of response. In-Kind Donations: Donations other than cash (usually materials or professional services) for disaster survivors. Interagency: Coordination, collaboration, communication among cooperating agencies.
Infrastructure. 8.1 The Intermediary warrants that it shall, at all times for the duration of this Agreement, have the necessary Infrastructure, governance, risk management systems, information technology systems and internal control systems in place as required in terms of the Applicable Laws in order to render the Services on behalf of the Insurer.
Infrastructure. Modification of the location and/or sizing of the infrastructure for the Project that does not materially change the functionality of the infrastructure.
Infrastructure. (1) The Territory shall use its best endeavours to comply with any request by the Company for the issue of any necessary consents, permits, licences, easements, rights of way, approvals or mining tenements to allow construction, maintenance and operation of all infrastructure and facilities which the Company determines are required for the Merlin Project.