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ING. 8.2 ING has acceded to this Agreement as a Bilateral Bank by delivering to the Company a properly completed and executed ING Accession Deed. Additional Consenting Creditors
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ING. If the Union requests a copy of the waiver, the Employer shall promptly furnish it. Job stewards and alternates have no authority to take strike action, or any other action interrupting the Employer’s business, except as authorized by official action of the Local Union. The Employer rec- ognizes these limitations upon the authority of job stewards and their alternates, and shall not hold the Local Union liable for any unauthorized acts. The Employer in so recognizing such limitations shall have the authority to impose proper discipline, including dis- charge, in the event the job xxxxxxx or his/her designated alternate has taken unauthorized strike action, slowdown or work stoppage in violation of this Agreement. The job xxxxxxx, or his/her designated alternate, shall be permitted reasonable time to investigate, present and process grievances on the company property without loss of time or pay during his/her regular working hours without interruption of the Employer’s oper- ation by calling group meetings; and where mutually agreed to by the Local Union and the Employer, off the property or other than during his/her regular schedule without loss of time or pay. Such time spent in handling grievances during the job xxxxxxx’x or his/ her designated alternate’s regular working hours shall be consid- ered working hours in computing daily and/or weekly overtime if within the regular schedule of the “job xxxxxxx.” The job xxxxxxx, or his/her designated alternate, shall be permitted reasonable time off without pay to attend Union meetings called by the Local Union. The Employer shall be given twenty-four (24) hours’ prior notice by the Local Union.
ING. In the event that ING elects to foreclose on any Securities pledged to it by Xxxxx or to exercise voting rights with respect to such Securities, ING shall provide MeriStar, ASC and OCP with reasonable prior notice of such intent.
ING. ING hereby (a) acknowledges that it will cease to be a Lender under the Existing Credit Agreement upon its receipt of (i) its Revolving Credit Exposure as of the date hereof in accordance with Section 2.20 of the Existing Credit Agreement, as amended by this Amendment, and (ii) any accrued interest and fees on its Revolving Credit Exposure or its Commitment as of the date hereof (the “ING Prepayment”) and (b) agrees that the Borrower shall have no further obligation to ING under the Credit Agreement and the other Loan Documents 710815357 13429957 (except with respect to those provisions of the Credit Agreement which by their express terms survive the termination of the Credit Agreement). Each of the parties hereto hereby consents to the ING Prepayment and agrees that upon ING’s receipt of the ING Prepayment, ING shall (a) cease to be a Lender under the Existing Credit Agreement, as amended by this Amendment and (b) have no Commitment under the Existing Credit Agreement, as amended by this Amendment.
ING. Tenant shall cooperate with any waste and garbage recycling program of the Building and shall comply with all reasonable rules and regulations of Owner with respect thereto. Tenant, at Tenant's expense, shall cause all portions of the Demised Premises used for the storage, preparation, service or consumption of food or beverages to be cleaned daily in a manner satisfactory to Owner, and to be exterminated against infestation by vermin, roaches or rodents regularly and, in addition, whenever there shall be evidence of any infestation.

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  • Investment Management If and to the extent requested by the Advisor, the Sub-Advisor shall, subject to the supervision of the Advisor, manage all or a portion of the investments of the Portfolio in accordance with the investment objective, policies and limitations provided in the Portfolio's Prospectus or other governing instruments, as amended from time to time, the Investment Company Act of 1940 (the "1940 Act") and rules thereunder, as amended from time to time, and such other limitations as the Trust or Advisor may impose with respect to the Portfolio by notice to the Sub-Advisor. With respect to the portion of the investments of the Portfolio under its management, the Sub-Advisor is authorized to make investment decisions on behalf of the Portfolio with regard to any stock, bond, other security or investment instrument, and to place orders for the purchase and sale of such securities through such broker-dealers as the Sub-Advisor may select. The Sub-Advisor may also be authorized, but only to the extent such duties are delegated in writing by the Advisor, to provide additional investment management services to the Portfolio, including but not limited to services such as managing foreign currency investments, purchasing and selling or writing futures and options contracts, borrowing money or lending securities on behalf of the Portfolio. All investment management and any other activities of the Sub-Advisor shall at all times be subject to the control and direction of the Advisor and the Trust's Board of Trustees.

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  • Financial Services The aim of cooperation shall be to achieve closer common rules and standards in areas including the following:

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