Military Obligation Sample Clauses

Military Obligation. A bargaining unit member of the Mohonasen Central School District who is a member of an organized militia or reserve force is entitled to a leave for the duration of the ordered military duty; such leave shall not be charged against sick leave. The unit member is also entitled to receive his/her salary for a period of 30 days when such military obligation must be discharged during the period September 1 to June 30. However, if the reserve duty is at the discretion of the unit member, military duties shall be assumed during the non-teaching periods of July 1 through August 31 without pay.
Military Obligation. Whenever a tenured teacher of the professional staff of District 27 leaves his/her position to fulfill his/her military obligation in any branch of the armed forces by induction or enlistment, for a period not to exceed four (4) school years, and returns directly to District 27 from the service with an honorable discharge or separation, said employee will be credited with unused sick leave benefits and tenure rights earned prior to the time of his/her leave, and will be advanced on the district's salary schedule up to two (2) years, in the same manner as if he/she had served this period in the employ of the district. Application for re-employment must be made within sixty (60) days after discharge or separation from the military service.
Military Obligation. An attempt to reach an employee with negative results. (Total remains the same). Employee on military leave and unable to work overtime. (Total remains the same).
Military Obligation. Employee on military leave and unable to work overtime. (Total remains the same). 10.
Military Obligation. 27.1 The Company agrees that it shall follow the provisions of the Vietnam Veteran’s Readjustment Act of 1974 and any amendments thereto for any employee either entering or completing a military obligation.

Related to Military Obligation

  • Statutory Obligations The Current Issuer Cash Manager will use its reasonable endeavours, on behalf of the Current Issuer, to prepare or procure the preparation of and file all reports, annual returns, financial statements, statutory forms and other returns which the Current Issuer is required by law to prepare and file. Subject to approval thereof by the directors of the Current Issuer, the Current Issuer Cash Manager shall cause such accounts to be audited by the Auditors and shall procure so far as it is able so to do that the Auditors shall make a report thereon as required by law, and copies of all such documents shall be delivered to the Note Trustee, the Current Issuer and the Rating Agencies as soon as practicable after the end of each accounting reference period of the Current Issuer.

  • Primary Obligations This Guaranty is a primary and original obligation of Guarantor, is not merely the creation of a surety relationship, and shall remain in full force and effect without respect to future changes in conditions, including any change of law or any invalidity or irregularity with respect to the issuance of the Loan Documents. Each person executing this Guaranty as Guarantor agrees that it is directly and severally (but not jointly) with any and all other guarantors of the Guaranteed Obligations, liable to Lender, that the obligations of Guarantor hereunder are independent of the obligations of Borrower or any other guarantor, and that a separate action may be brought against each person signing as Guarantor whether such action is brought against Borrower or any other guarantor or whether Borrower or any such other guarantor is joined in such action. Guarantor agrees that any release which may be given by Lender to Borrower or any other guarantor shall not release Guarantor. Guarantor consents and agrees that Lender shall be under no obligation to marshal any assets of Borrower or any other guarantor in favor of Guarantor, or against or in payment of any or all of the Guaranteed Obligations.

  • Primary Obligation This Agreement is a primary and original obligation of each Borrower and shall remain in effect notwithstanding future changes in conditions, including any change of law or any invalidity or irregularity in the creation or acquisition of any Obligations or in the execution or delivery of any agreement between Bank and any Borrower. Each Borrower shall be liable for existing and future Obligations as fully as if all of all Credit Extensions were advanced to such Borrower. Bank may rely on any certificate or representation made by any Borrower as made on behalf of, and binding on, all Borrowers, including without limitation Disbursement Request Forms, Borrowing Base Certificates and Compliance Certificates.

  • Fiduciary Obligations The Executive agrees that Proprietary Information is of critical importance to the Company and a violation of this Section 7 would seriously and irreparably impair and damage the Company's business. The Executive agrees that he shall keep all Proprietary Information in a fiduciary capacity for the sole benefit of the Company.

  • No Fiduciary Obligation For the avoidance of doubt, no Underwriter has a fiduciary duty to The Republic or its employees in connection with this Agreement.

  • Delivery Obligations Unless otherwise instructed by the Trustee on behalf of the Trust or the relevant person, the Custodian shall make any transportation and insurance arrangements in respect of delivery of Bullion in accordance with its usual practice. Where instructions are given, the Custodian shall use all reasonable efforts to comply with the same. The Custodian shall not be obliged to effect any requested delivery if, in its reasonable opinion, this would cause the Custodian or its agents to be in breach of the Rules or other applicable law, court order or regulation; the costs incurred would be excessive or delivery is impracticable for any reason. With the exception of any delivery pursuant to clause 4.3, all insurance and transportation costs shall be for the account of the Trust.

  • Surety Obligations No Borrower or Subsidiary is obligated as surety or indemnitor under any bond or other contract that assures payment or performance of any obligation of any Person, except as permitted hereunder.

  • Statutory Obligations and Regulations D1 Prevention of Corruption D2 Discrimination D3 The Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Xxx 0000 D4 Health and Safety

  • Supply Obligations 3.1. HOKU shall deliver each Year pursuant to this Agreement starting on the First Shipment Date at least the Minimum Annual Quantity of Product in approximately equal monthly shipments pursuant to Section 4.1 below; provided however, that if HOKU fails to deliver a monthly shipment, then HOKU may deliver any deficiency within [*] days without breaching this section or incurring any purchase price adjustment (pursuant to Section 3.3 below). At any time during the term of this Agreement, HOKU may ship to SOLARFUN up to the full cumulative balance of Minimum Annual Quantity of Product to be shipped through the end of this Contract (an “Excess Shipment”) with SOLARFUN’s written consent. This shipment will be credited against each subsequent Minimum Annual Quantity of Product. For example, if the Minimum Annual Quantity of Product for a given Year is [*] metric tons, and if HOKU delivers [*] metric tons in January, then the next shipment of [*] metric tons is not required until the following Year.

  • The Obligations The security interest granted hereunder shall secure the payment of all indebtedness and the performance of all obligations of the Debtor to the Secured Party of every type and description, whether now existing or hereafter arising, fixed or contingent, as primary obligor or as guarantor or surety, acquired directly or by assignment or otherwise, liquidated or unliquidated, regardless of how they arise or by what agreement or instrument they may be evidenced, including without limitation all loans, advances and other extensions of credit and all covenants, agreements, and provisions contained in all loan and other agreements between the parties (the “Obligations”).