BUY AMERICA ACT (National School Lunch Program and Breakfast Program With respect to products purchased by Customers for use in the National School Lunch Program and/or National School Breakfast Program, Contractor shall comply with all federal procurement laws and regulations with respect to such programs, including the Buy American provisions set forth in 7 C.F.R. Part 210.21(d), to the extent applicable. Contractor agrees to provide all certifications required by Customer regarding such programs. In the event Contractor or Contractor’s supplier(s) are unable or unwilling to certify compliance with the Buy American Provision, or the applicability of an exception to the Buy American provision, H-GAC Customers may decide not to purchase from Contractor. Additionally, H-GAC Customers may require country of origin on all products and invoices submitted for payment by Contractor, and Contractor agrees to comply with any such requirement.
Shipping must be Freight On Board Destination to the delivery location designated on the Customer purchase order The Contractor will retain title and control of all goods until delivery is completed and the Customer has accepted the delivery. All risk of transportation and all related charges are the responsibility of the Contractor. The Customer will notify the Contractor and H-GAC promptly of any damaged goods and will assist the Contractor in arranging for inspection. The Contractor must file all claims for visible or concealed damage. Unless otherwise stated in the Agreement, deliveries must consist only of new and unused merchandise.
Résumé Spécifique lié à l’Émission Il est possible de faire une offre pour des Titres ETP en Irlande, au Royaume-Uni, en Italie, en Allemagne, en France, en Espagne et aux Pays-Bas, si elle n’est pas exemptée de l’obligation de publication d’un prospectus conformément à la Régulation (EU) 2017/1129 pendant la période d’offre adéquate.
International Olympic Committee; International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement As instructed from time to time by ICANN, the names (including their IDN variants, where applicable) relating to the International Olympic Committee, International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement listed at xxxx://xxx.xxxxx.xxx/en/resources/registries/reserved shall be withheld from registration or allocated to Registry Operator at the second level within the TLD. Additional International Olympic Committee, International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement names (including their IDN variants) may be added to the list upon ten (10) calendar days notice from ICANN to Registry Operator. Such names may not be activated in the DNS, and may not be released for registration to any person or entity other than Registry Operator. Upon conclusion of Registry Operator’s designation as operator of the registry for the TLD, all such names withheld from registration or allocated to Registry Operator shall be transferred as specified by ICANN. Registry Operator may self-‐allocate and renew such names without use of an ICANN accredited registrar, which will not be considered Transactions for purposes of Section 6.1 of the Agreement.
Special Permit from Relevant Ministerial/ Government Agencies and Foreign Capital Ownership Limitation Raw Material for Explosives (Ammonium Nitrate) with maximum foreign equity ownership of 49% and a special permit from the Minister of Defense (ISIC 2411) Industry of explosive materials and its components for industry need with maximum foreign equity ownership of 49% and a special permit from the Minister of Defense (ISIC 2429) Sugar Industry (Xxxxx Xxxxxxx Sugar, Refined Crystal Sugar and Raw Crystal Sugar) with maximum foreign equity ownership of 95% and a special permit from the Minister of Industry and the Minister of Agriculture, and it has to be integrated with the sugar plantation. The manufacturing of raw crystal sugar is required for any sugar manufacturer with sugarcane input capacity exceeding 8000 tons per day (ISIC 1542) Processing of plantation product industry (similar capacity or exceeding a certain capacity, according to Regulation of Minister of Agriculture Number 26 of 2007 with maximum foreign capital ownership of 95% with a special permit from Minister of Agriculture. - Fiber and Seed Cotton Industry (ISIC1514, 1711) - Crude oil industry (edible oil) from vegetable and animal, coconut oil industry, palm oil industry, rubber to be sheet, thick latex, crumb rubber industry, raw castor oil industry, sugar, sugar cane and sugar cane residue industry, black tea/green tea industry, dry tobacco leaves industry, Copra, Fiber, Coconut Charcoal, Dust, Nata de coco industry, Coffee sorting, cleaning and peeling industry, Cocoa cleaning, peeling and drying industry, cleaning and peeling seed other than coffee and cacao industry, cashew to be dry seed cashew and Cashew Nut Shell Liquid (CNSL) Industry, Peppercorn to be dry white pepper and dry black pepper industry (ISIC 1514, 2429, 1542, 1549, 1600, 2519, 1531)
Vendor Encouraging Members to bypass TIPS agreement Encouraging entities to purchase directly from the Vendor or through another agreement, when the Member has requested using the TIPS cooperative Agreement or price, and thereby bypassing the TIPS Agreement is a violation of the terms and conditions of this Agreement and will result in removal of the Vendor from the TIPS Program.
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Destination CSU-Pueblo scholarship This articulation transfer agreement replaces all previous agreements between FRCC and CSU-Pueblo in Bachelor of Art in Music Education. This agreement will be reviewed annually and revised (if necessary) as mutually agreed.
WSIB & LTD An Employee who is receiving benefits under the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, or under a LTD plan, is not entitled to benefits under a school board’s sick leave and short term disability plan for the same condition unless the employee is on a graduated return to work program then WSIB/LTD remains the first payor. For clarity, where an employee is receiving partial benefits under WSIB/LTD, they may be entitled to receive benefits under the sick leave plan, subject to the circumstances of the specific situation. During the interim period from the date of the injury/incident or illness to the date of the approval by the WSIB/LTD of the claim, the employee may access sick leave and short term leave and disability coverage. A reconciliation of sick leave deductions made and payments provided, will be undertaken by the school board once the WSIB/LTD has adjudicated and approved the claim. In the event that the WSIB/LTD does not approve the claim, the school board shall deal with the absence consistent with the terms of the sick leave and short term leave and disability plans.
Ability to Bear Economic Risk of Investment It recognizes that an investment in the Subordinated Notes involves substantial risk. It has the ability to bear the economic risk of the prospective investment in the Subordinated Notes, including the ability to hold the Subordinated Notes indefinitely, and further including the ability to bear a complete loss of all of its investment in the Company.