First Step If a dispute cannot be resolved by this method, the Accredited Union Representative may file a formal grievance on the prescribed form with EPSCA/the Employer within fifteen (15) working days of the alleged grievous act. Within ten (10) working days of the filing of the grievance, EPSCA/the Employer shall investigate the grievance and convene a First Step meeting which he or the Accredited Union Representative considers necessary to resolve it. The Management Committee shall be comprised of EPSCA or their designate plus at least one representative of the Employer named in the grievance. The Union Committee shall include at least two persons, one of whom shall be the Accredited Union Representative for the grievor. EPSCA/the Employer shall give his reply on the prescribed form to the Accredited Union Representative within five (5) working days from the date of the First Step meeting. Copies of completed grievance forms signed by the appropriate parties shall be filed by EPSCA/the Employer with the General Manager of EPSCA. The Accredited Union Representative for the grievor will file a copy with the Union. The EPSCA/the Employer will send a copy of any signed first step grievance settlement between the Accredited Union Representative and EPSCA/the Employer to the Union and EPSCA office.
Fourth Step If the grievance is not settled following completion of the Third Step of the grievance procedure, the Teamsters may request binding arbitration. The request for binding arbitration must be submitted to the Human Resources Director, in writing, within ten (10) days of receipt of the response from Step Three. An arbitrator may be selected by mutual agreement of the County and the Teamsters. Should the parties fail to agree on an arbitrator, they shall make a joint request to the State Conciliation Service for a list of five (5) qualified arbitrators. The arbitrator shall be selected from the list by the parties alternately striking names, with the opportunity to strike determined by chance. All documentation supporting the parties’ positions shall be filed at least ten (10) days before the hearing with the arbitrator. The arbitrator shall not have power to alter, amend, change, add to, or subtract from any of the terms of this Memorandum of Understanding. The decision of the arbitrator shall be based solely upon the evidence and arguments presented to the arbitrator by the respective parties. The decision of the arbitrator shall be final and binding upon the parties. The cost of employing the arbitrator shall be borne equally by the parties. All other costs such as, but not limited to, attorney’s fees and witness fees shall be borne only by the party incurring that cost.
Third Step In the event a grievance has not been satisfactorily resolved at the second step, the aggrieved teacher shall file, within five (5) school days of the principal’s written decision at the second step, a copy of the grievance with the Superintendent. Within ten (10) school days after such written grievance is filed, the aggrieved and the Superintendent or his/her designee shall meet to resolve the grievance. The Superintendent or his/her designee shall file an answer within ten (10) school days of the third step grievance meeting and communicate it in writing to the teacher and the principal.
Second Step If the grievance cannot be resolved informally, the aggrieved teacher shall file the grievance in writing and, at a mutually agreeable time, discuss the matter with the principal. The written grievance shall state the nature of the grievance, and shall state the remedy requested. The filing of the formal, written grievance at the second step must be within ten (10) days from the date of the occurrence of the event giving rise to the grievance or within ten (10) days from the time it can be expected that such knowledge would be available. The principal shall make a decision on the grievance and communicate it in writing to the teacher and the Superintendent within ten (10) school days after receipt of the grievance.
Reassignment of Purchased Receivables Upon deposit in the Collection Account of the Purchase Amount of any Receivable repurchased by Seller under Section 5.1 hereof, Purchaser and the Issuer shall take such steps as may be reasonably requested by Seller in order to assign to Seller all of Purchaser’s and the Issuer’s right, title and interest in and to such Receivable and all security and documents and all Other Conveyed Property conveyed to Purchaser and the Issuer directly relating thereto, without recourse, representation or warranty, except as to the absence of Liens created by or arising as a result of actions of Purchaser or the Issuer. Such assignment shall be a sale and assignment outright, and not for security. If, following the reassignment of a Purchased Receivable, in any enforcement suit or legal proceeding, it is held that Seller may not enforce any such Receivable on the ground that it shall not be a real party in interest or a holder entitled to enforce the Receivable, Purchaser and the Issuer shall, at the expense of Seller, take such steps as Seller deems reasonably necessary to enforce the Receivable, including bringing suit in Purchaser’s or in the Issuer’s name.
Conveyance of the Receivables and the Other Conveyed Property to the Issuer Seller acknowledges that Purchaser intends, pursuant to the Sale and Servicing Agreement, to convey the Receivables and the Other Conveyed Property, together with its rights under this Agreement, to the Issuer on the Closing Date. Seller acknowledges and consents to such conveyance and pledge and waives any further notice thereof and covenants and agrees that the representations and warranties of Seller contained in this Agreement and the rights of Purchaser hereunder are intended to benefit the Issuer, the Owner Trustee, the Trust Collateral Agent, the Noteholders and the Certificateholder. In furtherance of the foregoing, Seller covenants and agrees to perform its duties and obligations hereunder, in accordance with the terms hereof for the benefit of the Issuer, the Owner Trustee, the Trust Collateral Agent, the Noteholders and the Certificateholder and that, notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, Seller shall be directly liable to the Issuer, the Owner Trustee, the Trust Collateral Agent, the Noteholders and the Certificateholder (notwithstanding any failure by the Servicer or the Purchaser to perform its respective duties and obligations hereunder or under Related Documents) and that the Trust Collateral Agent may enforce the duties and obligations of Seller under this Agreement against Seller for the benefit of the Owner Trustee, the Trust Collateral Agent, the Noteholders and the Certificateholder.
Conveyance of the Receivables and the Other Conveyed Property (a) Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, Seller hereby sells, transfers, assigns, and otherwise conveys to Purchaser without recourse (but without limitation of its obligations in this Agreement), and Purchaser hereby purchases, all right, title and interest of Seller in and to the following described property (collectively, the “Receivables and the Other Conveyed Property”):
Receivables Purchase Price On the Closing Date, Ally Auto shall pay to the Seller that portion of the Initial Aggregate Receivables Principal Balance as provided in Section 2.02.
of the Interim Servicing Agreement All individual insurance policies contain a standard mortgagee clause naming the Seller and its successors and assigns as mortgagee, and all premiums thereon have been paid. The Mortgage obligates the Mortgagor thereunder to maintain the hazard insurance policy at the Mortgagor's cost and expense, and on the Mortgagor's failure to do so, authorizes the holder of the Mortgage to obtain and maintain such insurance at such Mortgagor's cost and expense, and to seek reimbursement therefor from the Mortgagor. Where required by state law or regulation, the Mortgagor has been given an opportunity to choose the carrier of the required hazard insurance, provided the policy is not a "master" or "blanket" hazard insurance policy covering a condominium, or any hazard insurance policy covering the common facilities of a planned unit development. The hazard insurance policy is the valid and binding obligation of the insurer, is in full force and effect, and will be in full force and effect and inure to the benefit of the Purchaser upon the consummation of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement. The Seller has not engaged in, and has no knowledge of the Mortgagor's having engaged in, any act or omission which would impair the coverage of any such policy, the benefits of the endorsement provided for herein, or the validity and binding effect of either including, without limitation, no unlawful fee, commission, kickback or other unlawful compensation or value of any kind has been or will be received, retained or realized by any attorney, firm or other person or entity, and no such unlawful items have been received, retained or realized by the Seller;
Trust Estate; Related Documents (a) When required by the provisions of this Agreement, the Issuer or the Indenture Trustee shall execute instruments to release property from the terms of the Trust Agreement, Indenture or Custodial Agreement, as applicable, or convey the Issuer's or the Indenture Trustee's interest in the same, in a manner and under circumstances that are not inconsistent with the provisions of this Agreement. No party relying upon an instrument executed by the Issuer or the Indenture Trustee as provided in this Section 3.06 shall be bound to ascertain the Issuer's or the Indenture Trustee's authority, inquire into the satisfaction of any conditions precedent or see to the application of any moneys.