Letter of Intent Sample Clauses

Letter of Intent. You can reduce the sales charge you pay on Class A shares by investing a certain amount over a 13-month period. Please indicate the total amount you intend to invest over the next 13-months. □ $50,000 □ $100,000 □ $250,000 □ $500,000 □ $1,000,000 or more Rights of Accumulation If you already own Class A shares of the Sierra Mutual Funds, you may already be eligible for a reduced sales charge on Class A share purchases. Please provide the eligible account number(s) below to qualify (if eligible). Account No. Account No. □ Net Asset Value (NAV). I have read the prospectus and qualify for a complete waiver of the sales charge on Class A shares. Registered representatives may complete the Dealer Information section as proof of eligibility. Reason for Waiver:
Letter of Intent. The Letter of Intent, prepared and distributed by the Board, is recognized as a tentative indication for future staff planning, and, therefore, shall carry such indication thereon.
Letter of Intent. An associate academic employee shall be sent a letter of intent by the academic employee’s Unit Administrator prior to the beginning of each quarter, specifying the academic employee’s responsibilities and benefits and stipulating that any course assigned may be canceled if the number of registrants is judged by the College President or the College President’s designee to be insufficient, if such assignment is required to maintain a full-time academic employee’s full-time load or to meet load requirements of an associate faculty member holding a Priority Associate, annual or pro-rata contract.
Letter of Intent. The following John Laing Shareholder has given a non-binding letter of intent to vote in favour of the Scheme at the Court Meeting and the resolutions to be proposed at the John Laing General Meeting: Name of John Laing Shareholder giving letter of intent Number of John Laing Shares in respect of which a letter of intent is given Percentage of John Laing issued ordinary share capital* Soros Fund Management LLC 20,384,506 4.13% * based on the number of John Laing Shares in issue on 18 May 2021 (being the latest practicable date prior to publication of this Announcement). The following definitions apply throughout this document unless the context otherwise requires:
Letter of Intent. Re: ARTICLE 3 - ANTI-DISCRIMINATION; ANTI-HARASSEMENT Both the Company and the Union are committed to providing a workplace free of discrimination and harassment. Providing fair and equitable treatment for all employees is best achieved in an environment where all individuals interact with mutual respect for each other’s rights. All employees are expected to treat all persons with courtesy and consideration and must not engage in discrimination or harassment because of a prohibited ground contrary to the Ontario Human Rights code (the "Code"). Prohibited grounds are race, ancestry, place of origin, colour ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, age, record of offences, marital status, family status or handicap, as defined in the Code. This joint policy shall be interpreted in accordance with and subject to the provisions of the Code. The Company and the CAW are committed to providing a harassment free workplace. Harassment is defined as a “course of vexatious comment or conduct that is known or ought to reasonably be known to be unwelcome, that denies individual dignity and respect on the basis of the grounds such as: gender, disability, race, colour, sexual orientation or other prohibited grounds. All employees are expected to treat others with courtesy and consideration and to discourage harassment. The workplace is defined as all premises of the corporation and any other place at which events organized as a corporate or employee function take place, which may include areas such as offices, production areas, restrooms, cafeterias, lockers, conference rooms, parking lots, off-site company functions and customer visits. Harassment may take many forms: verbal, physical or visual. It may involve a threat or an implied threat or be perceived as a condition of employment. The following examples could be considered as harassment but are not meant to cover all potential incidents:
Letter of Intent. Re: Joint Benefits Review Committee The central parties agree to meet in a joint committee to be established pursuant to this letter of intent. The committee will meet to discuss the following: Topic of and make recommendations regarding modified work and within a 6-month period; Entitlement and costs associated with the insured benefit coverage provided to active and retired employees; and Where possible, review and evaluate the findings of other committees established to discuss benefits. The Committee will make recommendations to their respective Central Bargaining Teams prior to the commencement of the next round of bargaining. For the Hospitals: For the Union: STANDARD Central Guide Document October Insert in all Collective Agreements.
Letter of Intent. A joint committee of the Board and the Local Bargaining Unit may review the surplus and redundancy process with a view to amending the procedures by mutual consent.
Letter of Intent. For the term of the renewed Collective Agreement, the Company will not send equipment out of the mill for repair which directly results in the layoff of tradesmen or apprentices. Yours truly, Xxxx X. Xxxxxxxxxxxxx President RE: 1995 MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT - CODE OF ETHICS CONTRACTING March 3, 1995 Mr. Xxx Xxxxx P.P.W.C. Local 8 000 Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Nanaimo, B.C. V9R 2W2 Dear Xxx, This is to confirm the agreement between the Company and your union respecting the conditions that would apply to contractors coming onto the mill site to perform construction work or perform maintenance and repair work of a nature normally performed by employees in the bargaining unit. This agreement will prevail for the duration of the Collective Agreement. In entering into this agreement, the Union acknowledges that, subject to contracting Article XXIII, the Company retains the right to select contractors as it deems appropriate. No aspect of this policy applies to contractors which are certified to a Union recognized by the Local Union, it being clearly understood that a union’s affiliation to the Canadian Labour Congress, the B.C. Federation of Labour or the Confederation of Canadian Unions warrants such recognition. Any other contractor who comes onto the mill site to perform construction work or perform maintenance and repair work which is of a nature normally performed by employees in the bargaining unit shall abide by the following Code of Ethics. This Code defines the terms and conditions under which these contractors and their employees will be governed during the term of their contract.
Letter of Intent. A Teacher who volunteers beyond the normal 194 days to participate in curriculum writing activities or other activities as agreed upon with the Unit President shall be compensated according to the daily occasional Teacher rate.
Letter of Intent. 6 Effective September 1, 2014, in the event that graduate tuition fees (except MBA, IMBA, MPA, part-time LLM students, MHRM and MDes and other professional programs as may be approved) and/or administrative or ancillary fees (hereafter collectively "fees") are increased above the Board of Governors approved rates for domestic and visa students as of September 1, 2012, any employees in the bargaining unit who are registered full time and pay the higher fees will receive funding in an amount equivalent to the fee increase in order that their net income from salary, including negotiated salary increases, is not offset by the fee increase. Except in circumstances beyond its reasonable control, the Faculty of Graduate Studies shall post the monies in connection with this funding to a student’s account by no later than November 1 for the Fall term, March 1 for the Winter term and July 1 for the Summer term. Such funding shall not include the increases to Graduate Financial Assistance ("GFA") in the collective agreement and shall be a dedicated amount of additional funding from the University as required to fully cover the fee increase. The amount of any funding covering a fee increase shall be posted to student accounts and treated as if it was an additional amount of GFA that does not require the performance of work in exchange for the additional funding.