Leaving Sample Clauses

Leaving. You will cease to be entitled to the use of the Accommodation and you shall vacate the Accommodation, leaving it clean and tidy and locked, and you agree to return all Accommodation keys, fobs and key cards to the reception from where they were obtained, by 10.00 on the day on which this Agreement expires or is terminated or suspended.
Leaving. Any of the Commissioners may cease to be a party to this Agreement: by [3] months’ written notice to the Co-ordinating Commissioner where that Commissioner is, or will be, no longer a Commissioner to the Commissioning Contracts; by not less than2 months’ written notice to the Chair given to expire at the end of a full Contract Year; or by agreement of all the Commissioners, provided that any notice given under clauses 16.2.1 or 16.2.2 or agreed exit under clause 16.2.3 will not come into effect while the relevant Commissioner is still party to any Commissioning Contract. If any Commissioner fails to provide its duly completed authority, or fails to sign a Commissioning Contract within any time limit set by agreement of the Commissioners, the remaining Commissioners may exclude that Commissioner from the Collaborative for that Contract Year. Where any Commissioner leaves the Collaborative other than at the end of a Contract Year, that Commissioner will (unless each Commissioner has agreed to bear its own costs in relation to this Agreement or other arrangements have been agreed under clause 11) remain responsible for meeting its share of the management costs of the Collaborative in respect of the Contract Year during which it leaves the Collaborative. Variations to this Agreement Any variation to this Agreement will only be effective if it is made in writing and signed by all the Commissioners. All agreed variations to this Agreement must be appended at Schedule 5. Consequence of expiry or termination The Commissioners to this Agreement recognise their continuing responsibilities in relation the performance of functions and liabilities under this Agreement. This liability extends, insofar as is required beyond expiry of termination of this Agreement. Termination or expiry of this Agreement does not affect any accrued rights or remedies under this Agreement or any other agreement between the Commissioners.
Leaving. Depending on the role you perform, we ask that you give us as much notice as possible if you want to stop volunteering with us.
Leaving. 16.1 Any of the Commissioners may cease to be a party to this Agreement by giving not less than 12 months’ written notice to the Chair and the Lead Commissioner given at the agreed breakpoints in the contract, namely at the end of the first 2 full years to expire at the end of the full 3 year period of the Contract and annually thereafter for a further 1 year.
Leaving. Owner has no control over the weather and does not make refunds due to storms unless there is a mandatory evacuation ordered.
Leaving. We ask that you give as much notice as possible if you want to end your volunteering. On leaving the role you will be required to return any identification or property belonging to the Diocese. DIOCESAN POLICIES You will be expected to follow all relevant Diocesan policies and procedures which apply in relation to the role for which you have volunteered. These are set out on the xxx.xxxxxx-xxxxxxx.xxx Expenses I understand that I am entitled to be reimbursed for out of pocket expenses incurred in connection with my volunteering for Hallam Diocese and know how to access the policy and claim form at xxx.xxxxxx-xxxxxxx.xxx
Leaving. If you no longer want to volunteer in the Production, please notify [Xxxx Xxxxxx] with as much notice as possible so that a replacement can be arranged. This agreement is binding in honour only, is not intended to be legally binding contract between us and it may be cancelled at any time at the discretion of either party. By signing this Volunteer Agreement you accept that an employment relationship is not created, either now or at any time in the future. Please acknowledge that you understand the content of this Agreement by signing, dating and returning the enclosed copy to [Xxxx Xxxxxx] Your sincerely, Signed: Xxxx Xxxxxxxxx Xxxxxx Address: 85 Icona Point 00 Xxxxxx Xxxx Telephone: 00000000000 Email: xxxx.xxxxxxxxx.acosta03@xxxxx.xxx Signed: Amel Elgelel Telephone: 00000000000
Leaving. We ask that you give us as much notice as possible if you want to stop volunteering with us. If you cease to volunteer with Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, any personal information we hold relating to you will remain confidential and will be deleted/safely disposed of according to the Trust’s Information Governance and Data Protection policies.
Leaving. 16.2 Any of the Commissioners may cease to be a party to this Agreement:
Leaving. Choosing not to volunteer any more We understand that things change for people and you may no longer be able to volunteer with us. If you don’t want to volunteer any more, all you need to do is let your supervisor know. But please try to give us as much warning as you can if you know you are going to leave. This gives your supervisor time to arrange for someone else to do your jobs. Being asked to stop volunteering There may be times when we have to ask you to stop volunteering or we suggest you try another volunteering job instead. This could be because your volunteering job is changing, or if carrying on could be bad for your health. We may also have to ask you to stop for legal reasons. For example, if the police say you need to stop. Another reason you might be asked to stop volunteering would be if you kept behaving in a way you had been asked not to. If your supervisor thinks you need to leave your volunteering role or try a different one, they will talk to you about it first. When you leave When you leave, you supervisor may ask you to talk about how well you thought your volunteering went, and anywhere you think we need to make changes. We want to hear your thoughts on this! By taking part, you are helping us to improve our work with volunteers and make sure we fully support them. Your supervisor will thank you for all your help and may ask you to return any equipment belonging to us. Thank you for choosing to become a volunteer. If you have any questions we haven’t answered here, please remember you can always talk to your supervisor. We hope you enjoy your volunteering experience with us. This document is also available upon request in other formats.