Members of Sample Clauses

Members of. T-1 Title Sheet T-2 Code Analysis & Partition Types Americans Institute of Architect D-1 Demolition Plan A-1 Construction Plan A-2 Reflected Ceiling Plan Boston Society of Architects A-3 Equipment & Furniture Plan A-4 Finish Plan A-5.1 Casework Elevations A-5.2 Casework Elevations A-6 Door Schedule A-7 Detail Sheet Fire Alarm: FA-0 Fire Alarm Legend, Detail, Notes & Specifications FA-1 Fire Alarm Third Floor Plan Fire Protection: FP-0 Fire Protection Legend, Detail, Notes & Specifications FP-1 Fire Protection Third Floor Plan 123 North Washington Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02114-2134 tel 617 227 7727 fax 617 227 1870 Jill M. Lagowski Longfellow Real Estate Partners, LLC Manus Biosynthesis Expansion REDAP Project Number 14106.11 24 July 2014 Plumbing: P-0 Plumbing Legend & Notes P-2 Plumbing Second Floor Part Plan P-3A Plumbing Third Floor Plan — Area A P-3B Plumbing Third Floor Plan — Area B P-6 Plumbing Schedules P-7 Plumbing Details P-8 Plumbing Specifications Mechanical: H-0 HVAC Legends, Abbreviations & General Notes H-1 HVAC Schedules H-2 HVAC Details H-3 HVAC Third Floor Ductwork Plan H-4 HVAC Third Floor Piping Plan H-5 HVAC Specifications Electrical:
Members of a Unit Member’s immediate family may use EAP services under the same terms and conditions as a Unit Member.
Members of the employee’s immediate family are defined for the purpose of this Agreement as spouse, son, daughter, father, mother, sister, brother, father-in-law, mother-in-law, and employee’s maternal/paternal grandparent. Common law spouse will be considered as spouse.
Members of. It is understood that from time to time an opportunity for additional employment may arise that cannot be placed in the Minnesota Orchestra schedule. This could be anytime during the Season. These services are voluntary in nature and meant to provide additional employment to those Musicians choosing it. The Symphony Ball and New Year's Eve services will be paid at a rate of not less than Local scale. Any additional services shall be paid at a service rate not less than one-eighth (1/8th) of weekly scale (less EMG). This rate will also be paid to non orchestra members playing the service. As with all Minnesota Orchestra activities, "Members of" engagements will be consistent in meeting artistic standards of the highest quality and integrity.
Members of the bargaining unit who affirmatively assert conscientious objection to membership in the Union may so declare in writing to the Union. This declaration shall express clearly and explicitly the grounds for conscientious objection, and shall as such constitute notice of withdrawal from membership in the Union. Once given, this declaration shall remain in effect for any future appointments, but may be withdrawn by written notice to the Union.

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Members The Members of the Company shall be set forth on Exhibit B hereto as amended from time to time. The Members are not required to make any capital contribution to the Company; however, the Members may make capital contributions to the Company at any time in their sole discretion (for which its capital account balance shall be appropriately increased). Each Member shall have a capital account in the Company, the balance of which is to be determined in accordance with the principles of Treasury Regulation Section 1.704-1(b)(2)(iv). The provisions of this Agreement, including this Section 6, are intended to benefit the Members and, to the fullest extent permitted by law, shall not be construed as conferring any benefit upon any creditor of the Company. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, the Members shall not have any duty or obligation to any creditor of the Company to make any contribution to the Company.
Initial Members The initial Members of the Company are the Persons executing this Agreement as of the date of this Agreement as Members, each of which is admitted to the Company as a Member effective contemporaneously with the execution by such Person of this Agreement.
Shares; Membership Interests (a) The total of the membership interests in the Company shall be divided into (i) Class A Ordinary Shares having the rights and preferences as set forth herein (the “Class A Ordinary Shares”) and (ii) Class B Ordinary Shares having the rights and preferences as set forth herein (the “Class B Ordinary Shares” and, together with the Class A Ordinary Shares, the “Shares” and each a “Share”) all of which shall have the same rights, powers and duties, except as otherwise set forth in this Agreement. The number of Class A Ordinary Shares shall be limited to the maximum number of Class A Ordinary shares offered in the Offering, plus (i) the number of Class A Ordinary Shares which may be issued pursuant to the Administrative Services Agreement, plus (ii) the number of Class A Ordinary Shares which may be issued upon conversion of the Class B Ordinary Shares. The number of Class B Ordinary Shares shall be limited to up to 1,000. Class A Ordinary Shares issued pursuant to the Administrative Services Agreement (“ASA Shares”) may be subject to vesting provisions as set forth in the Administrative Services Agreement. The Shares of the Members shall be as set forth on Exhibit A attached hereto, which may be updated as set forth herein. For the avoidance of doubt, in the event that all of the Class A Ordinary Shares are not sold pursuant to the Offering, the Board shall, upon the final closing of the Offering, issue a number of Class A Ordinary Shares to the Initial Member equal to the aggregate number of Class A Ordinary Shares that remain unsold in the Offering, as repayment in full of any and all obligations owing to the Initial Member in respect of advances made to acquire the Painting and true-up fees payable to the Initial Member. The name and mailing address of each Member or such Member’s representative shall be listed on the books and records of the Company maintained for such purpose by the Company or the Transfer Agent.