National Council of Provinces Sample Clauses

National Council of Provinces. (NCOP) The NCOP, as the chamber of Parliament, is a key IGR institution. The NCOP has 90 members comprising delegations from each province. A provincial delegation comprises 10 del- egates. There are four special delegates, that is the Premier or person designated by the Premier and 3 delegates designated by the Provincial legislature, and six delegates who are permanent delegates to the NCOP. Organçsed local government can desçgnate up to ten non-votçng members to partçcçpate çn the NCOP as non-votçng members. Ge Organçsed Local Govern- ment Act, 1997 (Act No. 52 of 1997) affords, the South Afrçcan Local Government Assocçatçon (SALGA) thçs rçght. PRACTITIONER’S GUIDE TO THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS SYSTEM IN SOUTH AFRICA 7 CHAPTER 1 INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA: AN INTRODUCTION SALGA can desig- nate up to ten non- voting members Gauteng KwaZulu-Natal Free State NCOP Mpumalanga Northern Cape Limpopo North West Eastern Cape Western Cape Provincial delegations Six delegates are permanent delegates to the NCOP Premier or person designated by the premier and 3 designated by the Provincial legislature The NCOP represents provincial and local government interests in Parliament and in the Executive. It works with the National Assembly to make and pass new laws and to focus on laws affecting the provincial sphere. All national legislation must be considered by the NCOP. This ensures that provincial interests and concerns can be voiced as part of the national legislative process. The extent to which the NCOP can influence the outcome of the legislative process depends on whether the Bill is:

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  • Chief Executive Office; Change of Name; Jurisdiction of Organization (a) The exact legal name, type of organization, jurisdiction of organization, federal taxpayer identification number, organizational identification number and chief executive office of such Grantor is indicated next to its name in Sections I.A. and I.B. of the Perfection Certificate. Such Grantor shall furnish to the Collateral Agent prompt written notice of any change in (i) its corporate name, (ii) the location of its chief executive office, its principal place of business, any office in which it maintains books or records relating to Collateral owned by it or any office or facility at which Collateral owned by it is located (including the establishment of any such new office or facility), (iii) its identity or type of organization or corporate structure, (iv) its federal taxpayer identification number or organizational identification number or (v) its jurisdiction of organization (in each case, including, without limitation, by merging with or into any other entity, reorganizing, dissolving, liquidating, reincorporating or incorporating in any other jurisdiction). Such Grantor agrees (A) not to effect or permit any such change unless all filings have been made under the UCC or otherwise that are required in order for the Collateral Agent to continue at all times following such change to have a valid, legal and perfected first priority security interest in all the Collateral (subject to, with respect to priority, Permitted Encumbrances having priority by operation of law) and (B) to take all action reasonably satisfactory to the Collateral Agent to maintain the perfection and priority of the security interest of the Collateral Agent for the benefit of the Credit Parties in the Collateral intended to be granted hereunder. Each Grantor agrees to promptly provide the Collateral Agent with certified Organization Documents reflecting any of the changes described in the preceding sentence.

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