North Dakota Sample Clauses

North Dakota. For a resident of North Dakota, for so long as the Participant resides in and is subject to the laws of North Dakota: (i) no provision or requirement of this Agreement will be construed or interpreted in a manner contrary to the public policy of the State of North Dakota; (ii) the restrictions in Section 9(j)(v)(A) shall not apply; and (iii) Sections 9(j)(v)(C) and (D) shall be limited to situations where the Participant is aided in his or her conduct by the Participant’s use or disclosure of trade secrets (as defined by applicable law).
North Dakota. If I reside in North Dakota, Section 5 shall not apply to me and Section 6 shall only apply if I use or disclose of Trade Secret per N.D. Cent. Code § 9-08-06.
North Dakota. If Service Provider resides in North Dakota and is subject to North Dakota law, then the following applies to Service Provider for so long as Service Provider is subject to North Dakota law: Paragraph 1(a)(ii) shall be limited to situations where Service Provider is aided in his or her conduct by the use or disclosure of the Company’s trade secrets (as defined by applicable law).
North Dakota. All provisions of Paragraph 5(b) will apply during Employee’s ongoing (not temporary or business travel) assignment in North Dakota. For the one year period immediately following the end of said Employee’s employment, the only provisions of Paragraph 5(b) that will apply shall be Subparagraph (i) and, to the extent necessary to protect Company’s trade secrets and/or Confidential Business Information, Subparagraphs (v) and (vi).
North Dakota. For a North Dakota resident, for so long as employee resides in North Dakota and is subject to the laws of North Dakota:
North Dakota. Buyers that are residents of North Dakota must have either (i) a minimum annual gross income of $70,000 and a minimum net worth of $70,000 (exclusive of home, home furnishings and automobiles) or (ii) a minimum net worth of $250,000 (exclusive of home, home furnishings and automobiles). Additionally, investors in North Dakota must represent that they have a net worth of at least ten times their investment in us. Oregon The Notes will be sold in Oregon to accredited investors only (as defined in Rule 501 of Regulation D under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended or Oregon Administrative Rule 441-035-0010). The investor should purchase the Notes for investment purposes only and not with a view to distribution. Oregon investors are required to sign and complete the accredited investor certification attached as Exhibit D hereto. Pennsylvania The Notes will be sold in Pennsylvania to accredited investors only (as defined in Rule 501 of Regulation D under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended). The investor should purchase the Notes for investment purposes only and not with a view to distribution. Pennsylvania investors are required to sign and complete the accredited investor certification attached as Exhibit D hereto. Any or all of the quantitative standards listed in the suitability standards above may be more restrictive pursuant to Regulation Best Interest.
North Dakota. The consumer may receive a full refund for the return of undamaged and unused goods if the consumer requests a refund no later than fifteen days after the date the consumer receives the goods Returns shall be made to 0000 XXXXXXXX XXXX., XXX. 000, XXXXXXX XXXXX, XX, 00000. XXXXXX CAPITAL will process the refund within thirty days of receipt of the returned merchandise. Signature: Date:
North Dakota. Licensee appoints Client as its delegate with authority to engage in money transmission on behalf of the licensee. • Neither a licensee nor an authorized delegate may authorize subdelegates without the written consent of the commissioner. • Licensees are subject to supervision and regulation by the Commissioner of North Dakota Department of Financial Institutions. • Authorized delegate shall operate in compliance with the North Dakota Sale of Checks Act (N.D. Cent. Code, §§ 13-09-01, et seq.). Ohio Authorized delegate shall operate in compliance with the Ohio Money Transmitters Law (O.R.C. Xxx. §§ 1315.01, et seq.).
North Dakota a. 6500 67th. Avenue: Indefinite Term Lease for Land dated September 20, 2010 between BNSF Railway Company and Fairmount Minerals, Ltd. for transloading industrial sand and construction, installation, operation, maintenance, repair, replacement and removal of Lessee’s improvements in Blaisdell, North Dakota for an indefinite term commencing on September 20, 2010 unless terminated by either party by providing thirty (30) days advance written notice
North Dakota. BBSI will not provide workerscompensation insurance coverage or administer claims for Covered Employees located in “monopolistic states,” specifically, Ohio, North Dakota, Washington, and Wyoming. State Law in these states requires that workers’ compensation insurance coverage be purchased from a government-operated insurance fund. Workers’ compensation coverage for such Covered Employees must be purchased and maintained by Client through the state. BBSI’s fee associated with Covered Employees located in “monopolistic states” does not include any charge or amount for workers’ compensation insurance coverage.