Mail Sample Clauses

Mail. The Parent and the Company authorize and empower the Buyer on and after the Closing Date to receive and open all mail received by the Buyer relating to the Business or the Assets and to deal with the contents of such communications in any proper manner. The Parent and the Company shall promptly deliver to the Buyer any mail or other communication received by them after the Closing Date pertaining to the Business or the Assets. The Buyer shall promptly deliver to the Parent any mail or other communication received by it after the Closing Date pertaining to the Excluded Assets or Retained Liabilities, and any cash, checks or other instruments of payment in respect of the Excluded Assets. As soon as is practicable after the Closing Date, and in no event more than ten days thereafter, the Buyer shall mail to its customers and vendors a notice of the sale in the form provided by the Parent, with such changes thereto as Buyer and Parent shall agree.
Mail. After the Separation Date, each of Phoenix and inSilicon may receive mail and other communications properly belonging to the other. Accordingly, at all times after the Separation Date, each of Phoenix and inSilicon authorizes the other to receive and open all mail and other communications received by it and not unambiguously intended for the other party or any of the other party's officers or directors specifically in their capacities as such, and to retain the same to the extent that they relate to the business of the receiving party or, to the extent that they do not relate to the business of the receiving party and do relate to the business of the other party, or to the extent that they relate to both businesses, the receiving party shall promptly contact the other party by telephone for delivery instructions and such mail or other communications (or, in case the same relate to both businesses, copies thereof) shall promptly be forwarded to the other party in accordance with its delivery instructions. The foregoing provisions of this Section 5.4 shall constitute full authorization to the postal authorities and courier companies and all other persons to make deliveries to Phoenix or inSilicon, as the case may be, addressed to either of them or to any of their officers or directors specifically in their capacities as such. The provisions of this Section 5.4 are not intended to and shall not be deemed to constitute an authorization by either Phoenix or inSilicon to permit the other to accept service of process on its behalf, and neither party is or shall be deemed to be the agent of the other for service of process purposes or for any other purpose.
Mail. Sellers hereby authorize and empower Buyer from and after the Closing Date (a) to receive and open mail addressed to the Stations and (b) to deal with the contents thereof in any manner Buyer sees fit, provided such mail and the contents thereof relate to the Stations or the Acquired Assets. Sellers agree to deliver to Buyer any mail, checks or other documents received by them pertaining to the Stations or the Acquired Assets. Buyer agrees to deliver to Sellers any mail which it receives to which it is not entitled by reason of this Agreement or otherwise and to which Sellers is entitled.
Mail. The Association shall have the right to post notices of activities and matters of Association concern at designated bulletin boards in each building or facility to which employees may be assigned. The Association shall have use of the internal delivery system of the Employer, without cost, and the Employer shall provide mailboxes for all employees.
Mail. The Company may open and answer, and authorize others to open and answer, all mail communications and other correspondence addressed to Executive relating to the Company or any of its affiliates or to Executive’s employment with the Company or any of its affiliates, and Executive shall promptly refer to the Company all inquiries, mail communications, and correspondence received by him relating to the Company or any of its affiliates or to Executive’s employment with the Company or any of its affiliates. If any such mail, communications or correspondence received by the Company includes any threat of any claim against Executive personally, the Company shall promptly notify Executive thereof. The Company will promptly forward to Executive any of Executive’s personal mail, communications or correspondence received by the Company, unopened to the extent it is reasonably ascertained to be of a personal nature.
Mail. Employees shall be entitled to receive employment-related and U.S. mail at their work location. Each department or unit shall make available a convenient receptacle for employees to receive such mail and shall notify each employee of its location. Where a shared mail receptacle is used, graduate assistants should instruct their students to use sealed envelopes for confidential correspondence.
Mail. From and after the Closing, Ashland and HoldCo shall cooperate with each other, and shall cause their Representatives to cooperate with each other, to ensure that (i) HoldCo receives copies of all mail (including mail sent by private delivery and electronic mail correspondence) relating to the Maleic Business or the Transferred Assets and (ii) Ashland receives all mail addressed to Ashland delivered to the Premises (which HoldCo is hereby authorized to receive and open) that contains information relating to, or of importance to, Ashland (including for financial reporting, accounting or tax purposes) or to subsidiaries, divisions or businesses of Ashland other than the Maleic Business.
Mail. The District agrees that the Union shall have the right to distribute contract-related materials in the mail boxes of Faculty Members. The Union will be entitled to use the college mail service provided that postage costs shall be borne by the Union.