June 2019. Should the Borrower exercise such option, the repayment provisions contained in Clause 5.1 shall be amended as follows: (i) the number of Repayment Instalments shall be increased from sixteen (16) to twenty (20) (each in the sum of two million one hundred and sixty six thousand six hundred and sixty seven Dollars ($2,166,667) and (ii) the Balloon Amount shall be decreased from ninety five million three hundred and thirty three thousand, three hundred and twenty eight Dollars ($95,333,328) to eighty six million, six hundred and sixty six thousand six hundred and sixty Dollars ($86,666,660). In all other respects, the repayment provisions contained in Clause 5.1 shall remain unamended.
June 2019. 1 June: In the central area of Idleb governorate, the regime warplanes shelled Bara town with two airstrikes, one of which targeted the civil defense volunteers while doing their works. In the southern countryside of Idleb, the regime warplanes shelled Basqala town with two airstrikes of heavy machine guns, one of which targeted “Sheikh Xxxxxx” school.
June 2019. Graduate School BuildMoNa Building with Molecules and Nano-objects The Graduate School BuildMoNa was founded more than ten years ago as part of the Excellence Initiative of the German Federal and State Governments and was funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). From November 2017 on BuildMoNa has been permanently established as “Graduate School” within the Research Academy Leipzig. The agreement (“Zielvereinbarung”) between BuildMoNa, the rectorate of Universität Leipzig and the three main faculties forming BuildMoNa was signed beginning of March 2019. The agreement and the new regulations of the Graduate School can be found in the intranet of the BuildMoNa webpage. 55 doctoral students are presently conducting their doctoral studies within the graduate school. According to the new regulations, the supervisors of the doctoral candidates accepted in the Graduate School are automatically members of BuildMoNa; these are 16 professors presently.
June 2019. Upon final approval by the Division of Procurement Services, a case details page will be made part of this contract.
June 2019. CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 - General provisions 5 Article 1 - Subject-matter and scope 5 Article 2 - Definitions and interpretation 5 Article 3 - Allocation Platform 8 Article 4 - Effective date and application 8 CHAPTER 2 Requirements and process for participation in 9 Article 5 - General Provision 9 Article 6 - Participation Agreement conclusion 9 Article 7 - Form and content of the Participation Agreement 10 Article 8 - Submission of information 10 Article 9 - Warranties 11 Article 10 - Dedicated Business Account 12 Article 11 - Acceptance of the Information System Rules 12 Article 12 - Costs related to the Participation Agreement 12 Article 13 - Refusal of application 12 Article 14 - Access to the Auction Tool 12 Article 15 - Conclusion of additional financial terms 13 Article 16 - Regulatory and legal requirements 13 CHAPTER 3 - Collaterals 14 Article 17 - General provisions 14 Article 18 - Form of cash deposit 14 Article 19 - Form of Bank Guarantee 15 Article 20 - Validity and renewal of the Bank Guarantee 16 Article 21 - Credit Limit 16 Article 22 - Modifications of the collaterals 17 Article 23 - Collateral incident 17 Article 24 - Calls on collaterals 18 CHAPTER 4 - Auctions 19 Article 25 - General provisions for Auctions 19 Article 26 - Capacity Allocation timeframe and form of product 19 Article 27 - Auction Specification 19 Article 28 - Bids submission 20 Article 29 - Bid registration 21 Article 30 - Default Bid 21 Article 31 - Credit Limit verification 22 Article 32 - Auction Results Determination 23 Article 33 - Notification of provisional Auction results 24 Article 34 - Contestation of Auction Results 25 Article 35 - Auction cancellation 25 CHAPTER 5 - Use of Intraday Transmission Rights 27 Article 36 - General principles 27 Article 37 - Nomination of Intraday Transmission Rights 27 Article 38 - Rights Document 27 CHAPTER 6 - Curtailment 28 Article 39 - Triggering events and consequences of curtailment on Transmission Rights 28 Article 40 - Process and notification of curtailment 28 Article 41 - Reimbursement for curtailments due to Force Majeure 28 Article 41A - Reimbursement for curtailments due to Emergency Situation Error! Bookmark not defined. CHAPTER 7 - Invoicing and Payment 30 Article 42 - General principles 30 Article 43 - Calculation of due amounts 30 Article 44 - Tax Gross-up 30 Article 45 - Invoicing and payment conditions 31 Article 46 - Payment disputes 32 Article 47 - Late payment and payment incident 33 CHAPTER 8- Miscellaneous 34 Ar...
June 2019. The Office for Māori Crown Relations – Te Arawhiti writes to all neighbouring groups advising of the Crown offer in the agreement in principle, seeking submissions (written confirmation of support, agreement reached with Te Whānau a Apanui or identification of issues for discussion). Within one month of AIP signing Next steps Timeframe Neighbouring groups to provide submissions to the Office for Māori Crown Relations – Te Arawhiti. Te Whānau a Apanui to report back on engagement with neighbouring groups and advise of any agreements reached. Within two months of neighbouring groups receiving Crown letter The Office for Māori Crown Relations – Te Arawhiti, Te Whānau a Apanui and affected neighbouring groups (affected groups) to agree a process to resolve issues. The Office for Māori Crown Relations – Te Arawhiti assesses submissions and reports to the Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations: • providing update on overlapping interests; and • if there are any issues, advising of a process to resolve them. Within two months of receiving submissions Meetings between Te Whānau a Apanui and affected groups, Crown to attend meetings if requested. Groups to agree on a solution to the issues. If no agreement is reached, then the Office for Māori Crown Relations – Te Arawhiti will seek a preliminary decision on unresolved issues. Date to be confirmed Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations to advise Te Whānau a Apanui and affected groups of preliminary decisions on any unresolved issues. Officials from the Office for Māori Crown Relations – Te Arawhiti will be available to discuss the decisions. Date to be confirmed Responses from Te Whānau a Apanui and affected groups to the Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations’ preliminary decisions. Date to be confirmed The Office for Māori Crown Relations – Te Arawhiti reports to the Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations on final decisions on unresolved issues and overlapping interests and the Te Whānau a Apanui settlement package. Date to be confirmed Cabinet consideration of Te Whānau a Apanui settlement package. Date to be confirmed Parties aim to initial deed of settlement. Date to be confirmed