Key Individuals Sample Clauses

Key Individuals. 20.1. The Contractor acknowledges that the Key Individuals are essential to the proper provision of the Services to the Authority.
Key Individuals. (a) The individuals who are critical to the performance of the Works are identified in Schedule 9 – Key Individuals. Project Co shall use commercially reasonable efforts to ensure that such persons remain involved in the Works in the capacity set out in Schedule 9 – Key Individuals and, in particular, will not, for the duration of the Works, require or request any such person to be involved in any other project on behalf of Project Co or any Project Co Party if, in the opinion of Contracting Authority, acting reasonably, such involvement would have a material adverse effect on the Works.
Key Individuals. The Key Individuals are the employees of Mack-Cali Realty Corporation or Seller who have significant responsibilities with respect to the Property.
Key Individuals. (a) The individuals who are critical to the performance of the Works are identified in Schedule 9 – Key Individuals. Project Co shall use commercially reasonable efforts to ensure that such persons remain involved in the Works in the capacity set out in Schedule 9 – Key Individuals (unless such Key Individuals are not available for reasons beyond the control of Project Co or a Project Co Party). Project Co or a Project Co Party shall not, for the duration of the Works, require or request any such person to be involved in any other project, if, in the reasonable opinion of Contracting Authority such involvement would have a material adverse effect on the Works. If Project Co fails to comply with this Section 12.4(a), Project Co shall pay to Contracting Authority liquidated damages as set out in Schedule 21 – Liquidated Damages and Construction Enforcement Regime. For clarity, Project Co and the Project Co Partiesreasonable commercial efforts, in accordance with this Section 12.4(a), shall include the denial of promotions or relocations of a Key Individual as permitted by the Applicable Law. For the purposes of this Section 12.4(a), only the following reasons will be considered beyond the control of Project Co or a Project Co Party: death, short term disability, long term disability or any other reason in the opinion of Contracting Authority, acting reasonably (Project Co shall provide to Contracting Authority any further documentation as may be reasonably requested by Contracting Authority to assess any reason beyond the control of Project Co).
Key Individuals. Attached as Schedule 17 [Key Individuals] is a list of persons (the “Key Individuals”) that Project Co will utilize in undertaking the Design and the Construction, as described in that Schedule. With respect to each of the Key Individuals:
Key Individuals. The Borrower shall provide the Administrative Agent with an updated list of Key Individuals whenever the previously delivered list is no longer complete or accurate.
Key Individuals. The Administrative Agent shall have received a list of the Key Individuals as of the Closing Date.
Key Individuals. During the Term, and during the Commitment Period for each Key Individual set forth on Schedule A (the “Commitment Period”), the applicable Crown Entity under whose name such Key Individual is listed on Schedule A shall make such Key Individual available to provide such support and assistance to Constar, Inc. as is consistent with the skills and experience of such Key Individual, for the applicable percentage of the Key Individual’s working hours per month that is indicated on, and modified in accordance with the terms set forth on, Schedule A (the “Commitment Percentage”). Constar, Inc. shall have the right to approve the activities of Key Carnaud Individuals and the Key Crown Individuals while providing Key Individual Services in a manner consistent with the skills and experience of such Key Individuals and shall define and approve the scope of Key Individual Services provided by Key Individuals pursuant to this Agreement. In consideration for such access to each Key Individual, Constar, Inc. agrees to pay the applicable Crown entity under whose name such Key Individual is listed on Schedule A (i) a fee for each Key Transferred Individual equal to (x) the actual cost to the Crown Entities of compensation and benefits to such Key Individual per month for each month during which access is provided to such Key Individual plus (y) an annual overhead charge of $16,120, plus phone, delivery and courier costs actually incurred by a Crown Entity, prorated and payable on a monthly basis and (ii) a fee per each Key Carnaud Individual and Key Crown Individual equal to the product of (x) $12,500 per month for each month during which access is provided to a Key Individual multiplied by (y) such Key Individual’s Commitment Percentage (collectively, “Key Individual Fees”). The Key Individuals shall, subject to the terms of this Agreement and the Benefits Allocation Agreement, at all times remain employees of the applicable Crown Entity, or one of its Affiliates, and shall remain subject to the applicable Crown Entity’s policies applicable to its employees. The Crown Entities’ obligation under this Agreement to make a given Key Individual available to Constar, Inc. and the Constar Entitiesobligation to pay Key Individual Fees shall continue for the duration of such Key Individual’s Commitment Period, except that in no event shall such obligations continue beyond the Key Individual’s employment with the applicable Crown Entity. In the event that a Key Individual ceases...
Key Individuals. The Contractor acknowledges that the Key Individuals are essential to the proper provision of the Services to the Authority. The Key Individuals must not be released from providing the Services without the approval of the Authority, except by reason of long-term sickness, maternity, paternity, adoption or parental leave, termination of employment or equivalent extenuating circumstances. Where such extenuating circumstances arise or are foreseeable, the Contractor must immediately give notice of that fact to the Authority. The Contractor may propose a replacement to a Key Individual (and must do so when a Key Individual is to be released from providing the Services), in which case: appropriate arrangements must be made to minimise any adverse impact on the Framework Agreement which could be caused by the change in Key Individuals (including, wherever possible, a transfer period of sufficient duration to allow for the transfer of know-how and skills); and the replacement must be of at least equal status and of equivalent qualifications, experience, training and skills to the Key Individual being replaced and must be fully competent to carry out the responsibilities of that person in relation to the Services. Any proposed replacement to a Key Individual is subject to the approval of the Authority. Subject to the Contractor’s compliance with this clause, the Authority must not unreasonably withhold such approval.
Key Individuals. Key individuals are personnel deemed critical to the success of the project. They often vary from project to project. It is incumbent on the prime Firm to make a determination as to who they deem “key”. In general terms, it can include, but is not limited to: the project manager and those individuals listed as leads for each functionally specific discipline on the project organization chart.