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Matters Settled. This Agreement settles any and all claims and matters that the parties or any of them had related to the Lawsuit, whatsoever from the beginning of time with no party having any further duties or obligations whatsoever related to the Lawsuit to the other parties after the complete performance of this Settlement Agreement.
Matters Settled. This Agreement settles all the existing claims, disputes and matters by and between ICCA, on the one hand, and Donoxx, xx the other hand, relating to any other matters or events occurring up to the date hereof. b.
Matters Settled. Subject to the full and complete payment of the items listed under Section 2(b) hereof, this Agreement settles all the existing claims, disputes and matters by and between ICCA, on the one hand, and Maroon Bells, Swindells, Moorx xxx/or Mageira, on the other hand, relating to the right to receive compensation, if any, to be paid to them as a result of ICCA's pending 144A offering of its Units consisting of Senior Notes and Warrants (the "Offering"), the Consulting Agreements and any other matters arising out of or relating to the foregoing or occurring up to the date hereof. If the payment of all items listed under Section 2 (b) hereof have not been completely and fully made by March 31, 1998, then all claims purported to be settled and released hereunder (the "Claims") shall be reinstated in full as if there had never been settlement and release and the recipient of any partial payments may return such partial payment and pursue all remedies he or it may have with respect to the Claims as if such partial payments had not been made.

Related to Matters Settled

  • Disputes Settlement (1) Should any dispute arise as to the operation of this agreement and the parties are unable to resolve that dispute by amicable negotiation the parties shall refer such dispute to the Industrial Relations Commission for -

  • Arbitration; Settlement of Disputes Any controversy, claim or cause of action brought by any party hereto against the Company arising out of or relating to the Shares or other Deposited Securities, the American Depositary Shares, the Receipts or this Deposit Agreement, or the breach hereof or thereof, if so elected by the claimant, shall be settled by arbitration in accordance with the International Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association, and judgment upon the award rendered by the arbitrators may be entered in any court having jurisdiction thereof. The place of the arbitration shall be Xxx Xxxx xx Xxx Xxxx, Xxxxx xx Xxx Xxxx, Xxxxxx Xxxxxx of America, and the language of the arbitration shall be English. The number of arbitrators shall be three, each of whom shall be disinterested in the dispute or controversy, shall have no connection with any party thereto, and shall be an attorney experienced in international securities transactions. Each party shall appoint one arbitrator and the two arbitrators shall select a third arbitrator who shall serve as chairperson of the tribunal. If a dispute, controversy or cause of action shall involve more than two parties, the parties shall attempt to align themselves in two sides (i.e., claimant(s) and respondent(s)), each of which shall appoint one arbitrator as if there were only two parties to such dispute, controversy or cause of action. If such alignment and appointment shall not have occurred within thirty (30) calendar days after the initiating party serves the arbitration demand, the American Arbitration Association shall appoint the three arbitrators, each of whom shall have the qualifications described above. The parties and the American Arbitration Association may appoint from among the nationals of any country, whether or not a party is a national of that country. The arbitral tribunal shall have no authority to award any consequential, special or punitive damages or other damages not measured by the prevailing party’s actual damages and may not, in any event, make any ruling, finding or award that does not conform to the terms and conditions of this Deposit Agreement.

  • Cooperation in Defense and Settlement With respect to any Third-Party Claim that implicates both Aquila and UtiliCorp in a material fashion due to the allocation of Liabilities, responsibilities for management of defense and related indemnities set forth in this Agreement or any of the Ancillary Agreements, the parties agree to cooperate fully and maintain a joint defense (in a manner that will preserve the attorney-client privilege with respect thereto) so as to minimize such Liabilities and defense costs associated therewith. The party that is not responsible for managing the defense of such Third-Party Claims shall, upon reasonable request, be consulted with respect to significant matters relating thereto.

  • APPLICABLE LAW AND SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES 22.1 This Agreement shall, in all respects, be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws in force from time to time in the State of Israel.

  • Dispute Settlement 1. A Party may not initiate proceedings under the general dispute settlement provisions of this Agreement regarding a refusal to grant temporary entry under this Chapter unless: (a) the matter involves a pattern of practice; and (b) the business person has exhausted the available administrative remedies regarding the particular matter. 2. The remedies referred to in subparagraph 1(b) shall be deemed to be exhausted if a final determination in the matter has not been issued by the competent authority within one year of the institution of an administrative proceeding, and the failure to issue a determination is not attributable to delay caused by the business person.

  • Governing Law and Settlement of Disputes 8.1 The execution, validity, interpretation, performance, implementation, termination and settlement of disputes of this Agreement shall be governed by the laws of PRC.

  • Final Settlement Upon termination of this Agreement and payment of all amounts due to the Executive hereunder, the Executive or his representative shall execute and deliver to the terminating entity on a form prepared by Vista, a receipt for such sums and a release of all claims, except such claims as may have been submitted pur suant to the terms of this Agreement and which remain unpaid, and, shall forthwith tender to Vista all records, manuals and written procedures, as may be desired by it for the continued conduct of its business.

  • Investor-state Dispute Settlement 1. Any dispute between an investor of one Party and the other Party in connection with an investment in the territory of the other Party shall, as far as possible, be settled amicably through negotiations between the parties to the dispute. 2. If the dispute cannot be settled through negotiations within 6 months from the date on which the disputing investor requested for the consultation or negotiation in writing, and if the disputing investor has not submitted the dispute for resolution to the competent court (16) or any other binding dispute settlement mechanism (17) of the Party receiving the investment, it may be submitted to one of the following international conciliation or arbitration fora by the choice of the investor (18): (a) conciliation or arbitration in accordance with the International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), under the Convention on the Settlement of Disputes between States and Nationals of Other States, done at Washington on March 18th, 1965; (b) conciliation or arbitration under the Additional Facility Rules of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes so long as the ICSID Convention is not in force between the Parties; (c) arbitration under the arbitration Rules of the United Nations Comission on International Trade Law; and (d) if agreed with the disputing Party, any arbitration in accordance with other arbitration rules. For more clarity, the election of one dispute settlement fora shall be definitive and exclusive. 3. An arbitral tribunal established under paragraph 2 shall decide the issues in dispute in accordance with this Agreement and applicable rules of international law. 4. The disputing investor who intends to submit the dispute to conciliation or arbitration pursuant to paragraph 2 shall give to the disputing Party written notice of its intent to do so at least 90 days before the claim is submitted. The notice of intent shall specify: (a) the name and address of the disputing investor; (b) the specific measures of the disputing Party at issue and a brief summary of the factual and legal basis of the investment dispute sufficient to present the problem clearly, including the obligations under this Chapter alleged to have been breached; (c) the waiver of the disputing investor from the right to initiate any proceedings before any of the other dispute settlement for referred to in paragraph 2 in relation to the matter under dispute; (d) conciliation or arbitration set forth in paragraph 2 which the disputing investor will choose; and (e) the relief sought and the approximate amount of expropriation claimed. 5. Notwithstanding paragraph 4, no claim may be submitted to conciliation or arbitration set forth in paragraph 2, if more than 3 years have elapsed since the date on which the disputing investor became aware, or should reasonably have become aware, of a breach of an obligation under this Chapter causing loss or damage to the disputing investor or its investment referred to in paragraph 1. 6. The arbitration award shall be final and binding upon both parties to the dispute. Both Parties shall commit themselves to the enforcement of the award. 7. Where a tribunal makes a final award against a respondent, the tribunal may award, separately or in combination, only: (a) monetary damages and any applicable interest; and (b) restitution of property, in which case the award shall provide that the respondent may pay monetary damages and any applicable interest in lieu of restitution. A tribunal may also award costs and attorney's fees in accordance with the applicable arbitration rules. 8. Any disputing investor shall serve notices and other documents on disputes under this Article: (a) for China, to the: Ministry of Commerce 0, Xxxx Xxxxx Xx Avenue 100731, Beijing, People's Republic of China;

  • Net Share Settlement If Net Share Settlement is applicable to any Option exercised or deemed exercised hereunder, Dealer will deliver to Counterparty, on the relevant Settlement Date for each such Option, a number of Shares (the “Net Share Settlement Amount”) equal to the sum, for each Valid Day during the Settlement Averaging Period for each such Option, of (i) (a) the Daily Option Value for such Valid Day, divided by (b) the Relevant Price on such Valid Day, divided by (ii) the number of Valid Days in the Settlement Averaging Period; provided that in no event shall the Net Share Settlement Amount for any Option exceed a number of Shares equal to the Applicable Limit for such Option divided by the Applicable Limit Price on the Settlement Date for such Option. Dealer will pay cash in lieu of delivering any fractional Shares to be delivered with respect to any Net Share Settlement Amount valued at the Relevant Price for the last Valid Day of the Settlement Averaging Period.

  • Contractual Settlement Unless the parties agree to the contrary, the Custodian will attend to the settlement of securities transactions in accordance with the Custodian's standard operating procedure, on the basis of either contractual settlement date accounting or actual settlement date accounting. To the extent the Custodian settles certain securities transactions on the basis of contractual settlement date accounting, the Custodian may reverse with back value to the contractual settlement date any entry relating to such contractual settlement if the Custodian reasonably believes that such amount will not be received.