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Mid. Cal desires to sell and USTI desires to acquire certain assets from Mid-Cal, including, without limitation, the Equipment, the Inventory, certain contracts, customer lists and other personal property as more fully described in this Agreement. Mid-Cal further desires to transfer occupancy of the Terminal to USTI and USTI desires to accept such transfer, provided, however, that the parties agree that the obligations, if any, of Mid-Cal under the Mid-Cal Terminal Lease shall not be assumed by USTI or its nominee.

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Western LONDON agrees that it will keep records relating to its services hereunder in accordance with all applicable laws, and in compliance with the requirements of Rule 31a-3 under the 1940 Act, WESTERN LONDON hereby agrees that any records that it maintains for the Fund are the property of the Fund, and further agrees to surrender promptly to the Fund any of such records upon the Fund’s request. WESTERN LONDON further agrees to arrange for the preservation of the records required to be maintained by Rule 31a-1 under the 1940 Act for the periods prescribed by Rule 31a-2 under the 1940 Act.
Corp has all necessary corporate power and authority to execute and deliver this Letter Agreement and each other agreement, document or writing executed or delivered in connection with the Letter Agreement and each amendment or supplement to any of the foregoing (including this Letter Agreement, the “Transaction Documents”) to which it is a party, to perform its obligations hereunder and thereunder and to consummate the transactions to which it is a party (collectively, the “Transactions”). The execution and delivery of and performance by BFE Corp. under this Letter Agreement, and the consummation by BFE Corp. of the Transactions to which it is a party, have been duly authorized and approved by all necessary corporate action by BFE Corp. (including by the Board of Directors of BFE Corp.). The Transaction Documents to which it is a party have been duly executed and delivered by BFE Corp. and, assuming due authorization, execution and delivery hereof and thereof by the other parties hereto and thereto, constitute legal, valid and binding obligations of BFE Corp., enforceable against BFE Corp. in accordance with their terms, subject to the Bankruptcy and Equity Exception.
Holding Companies The Company shall not trade, carry on any business, own any assets or incur any liabilities except for:
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Natural Gas 21.1 Subject to Article 21.2, the Indian domestic market shall have the first call on the utilisation of Natural Gas discovered and produced from the Contract Area. Accordingly, any proposal by the Contractor relating to Discovery and production of Natural Gas from the Contract Area shall be made in the context of the Government’s policy for the utilisation of Natural Gas and shall take into account the objectives of the Government to develop its resources in the most efficient manner and to promote conservation measures.
Wage Scale The wage scale for the term of this Agreement is attached as Exhibit "A" and forms part of this Collective Agreement. Any new job rate will become part of Exhibit “A”.
Bank Holding Company Borrower is not a “bank holding company” or a direct or indirect subsidiary of a “bank holding company” as defined in the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956, as amended, and Regulation Y thereunder of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.
Electric Storage Resources Interconnection Customer interconnecting an electric storage resource shall establish an operating range in Attachment 5 of its SGIA that specifies a minimum state of charge and a maximum state of charge between which the electric storage resource will be required to provide primary frequency response consistent with the conditions set forth in Articles 1.8.3, 1.8.3.1, 1.8.3.2, and 1.8.3.3 of this Agreement. Attachment 5 shall specify whether the operating range is static or dynamic, and shall consider (1) the expected magnitude of frequency deviations in the interconnection; (2) the expected duration that system frequency will remain outside of the deadband parameter in the interconnection; (3) the expected incidence of frequency deviations outside of the deadband parameter in the interconnection; (4) the physical capabilities of the electric storage resource; (5) operational limitations of the electric storage resources due to manufacturer specification; and (6) any other relevant factors agreed to by the NYISO, Connecting Transmission Owner, and Interconnection Customer. If the operating range is dynamic, then Attachment 5 must establish how frequently the operating range will be reevaluated and the factors that may be considered during its reevaluation. Interconnection Customer’s electric storage resource is required to provide timely and sustained primary frequency response consistent with Article 1.8.3.2 of this Agreement when it is online and dispatched to inject electricity to the New York State Transmission System and/or receive electricity from the New York State Transmission System. This excludes circumstances when the electric storage resource is not dispatched to inject electricity to the New York State Transmission System and/or dispatched to receive electricity from the New York State Transmission System. If Interconnection Customer’s electric storage resource is charging at the time of a frequency deviation outside of its deadband parameter, it is to increase (for over-frequency deviations) or decrease (for under-frequency deviations) the rate at which it is charging in accordance with its droop parameter. Interconnection Customer’s electric storage resource is not required to change from charging to discharging, or vice versa, unless the response necessitated by the droop and deadband settings requires it to do so and it is technically capable of making such a transition.
Energy 1. Cooperation in the energy sector shall include public and private sector participation in energy generation, transmission, distribution and cross-border energy trade.
Footwear Where an employee is required by the College or by legislation, in order to perform his/her duties, to acquire and wear protective footwear, the employee shall provide the College with proof of purchase by March 1 each year and the College shall reimburse such employee, on the first pay day in April in each year, up to a maximum of one hundred and fifty dollar ($150.00). In situations other than the foregoing, the College may, in its discretion, (which discretion shall not be unreasonably exercised) reimburse such expense where it is recommended by the health and safety committee constituted under the Occupational Health and Safety Act.