July 2004 Sample Clauses

July 2004. Lesotho – 21 October 2002 (s) Lesotho – 24 March 2004 Namibia – 21 October 2002 (s) Namibia – 27 March 2004 South Africa - 21 October 2002 (s) South Africa – 15 June 2004 Swaziland - 21 October 2002 (s) Swaziland – 29 March 2004
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July 2004. An agreement on free rent determination implies that the rent may only be reduced in those cases where the rent is unreasonably high. Therefore, the tenant may not claim a reduction of the rent, which is otherwise the case, even though the mutually agreed rent substantially ex- ceeds the cost-related rent or the value of the property. An agreement on free rent determination and rent regu- lation during the period of the tenancy must be stated in section 11 of the tenancy agreement. If an agreement on free rent determination has been made, it may be agreed that the rent in the period of the tenancy is to be regulated in accordance with the net price index. The agreement must be stated in section 11 of the tenancy agreement. If it does not appear from the tenancy agreement that the rent can be regulated in accordance with the net price index, the rent cannot be regulated during the period of the tenancy. However, the rent may be regulated as a consequence of increases in and imposition of new taxes and dues. For properties situated in unregulated munici- palities, this requires a special agreement. The agree- ment must be stated in section 11 of the tenancy agree- ment. Index-financed housing There are special rules for determining the rent in prop- erties, whose construction has been financed by index- linked loans. According to these rules, the rent may be determined so that the total rental income can cover the necessary op- erating costs of the property at the time of construction with the addition of the return on the value of the prop- erty. Corresponding rules apply to properties occupied after 1 January 1989, constructed and let by landlords subject to the act on real interest tax. For both types of properties, special rules apply to the regulation of the rent during the period of the tenancy.
July 2004. An Employee’s pre-existing sick leave anniversary date is maintained for the purposes of the personal leave entitlement.
July 2004. State of Alaska, Department of Environmental Conservation, Enforcement Manual, Sixth Edition. ADEC. October 2005.
July 2004. United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD). New York, USA. Visited 2004 at: xxxx://xxxxxxx.xx.xxx/unsd/demographic/products/socind/watsan.htm UNSD (2007) Social indicators. Indicators on human settlements. United Nations Statistic Division (UNSD), New York, USA. Visited 2007 at: xxxx://xxxxxxx.xx.xxx/unsd/demographic/products/socind/hum-sets.htm Xxx xxx Xxxxxx F, Troise FL, Xxxx XX (1990) The Water ncyclopedia. (Tables 3-54, 3-57, and 3-58). Second Edition. Xxxxx Publishers, Chelsea, Michigan, USA. 808 pp. Xxx Xxxx X, Xxxxxxxxxx MAJ, Xxx xx Xxxxx D (2009) USES-LCA 2.0 – a Global Nested Multi-Media Fate, Exposure, and Effects model. In J LGA 14: 282–284 Xxxxx X, Xxxxxx D (1995) A Global Distribution Model for Persistent Organic Chemicals. Sci Total nviron 160/161: 211-232 Xxxxx X, Mackay D Tracking the Distribution of Persistent Organic Pollutants. Control strategies for these contaminants will require a better understanding of how they move around the globe. nviron Sci & Technol 30 (9): 390A-396A Mebster E, Xxxxxx D, Xx Xxxxxx A, Xxxx D, Xxxxxxxx D (2004) Regional Dif- ferences in Chemical Fate Model Outcome. Ghemosphere 55: 1361-1376 Megener Sleeswijk A General Prevention and Risk Minimization in LCA. A Com- bined Approach. nviron Sci Pollut Res 10 (1): 69-77 Mhite P, De Xxxx B, Xxx xx Xxxx HA, Heijungs R (1995) LCA Back on Track. But Is It One Track or Two? LGA News 5 (3): 2-4 Morld Bank (2000) World Development Indicators 2000. Morld Bank, Mashington DC, USA. 389 pp. MRI (2000) World Resources 2000-2001. People and cosystems: The ,raying Web of Life. Morld Resources Institute (MRI), Mashington DC, USA, 400 pp.
July 2004. 1,305,782.49 July 2007.................. 15.15
July 2004. The Distribution of the Plan Assets, at 1 July 2004, based on the share of the total Fund allocated to the Authority was as follows: - Global Equities 25.3% US Equities 1.2% Bonds 46.6% Other 3.3% Cash 4.1% Cash - Term Deposits 19.5% Note 7 - Pensions continued The principal Actuarial Assumptions at the date of valuation
July 2004. In performing all services under this Agreement, the Bank shall act in conformity with the Fund's Articles and By-Laws and the 1940 Act, as the same may be amended from time to time, and the investment objectives, investment policies and other practices and policies set forth in the Fund's Registration Statement, as the same may be amended from time to time. Notwithstanding any item discussed herein, the Bank has no discretion over the Fund's assets or choice of investments and cannot be held liable for any problem relating to such investments.
July 2004. 3,693,679.41 June 2007............ 0.28
July 2004. 67.19166708 March 2010........ 29.