Note 1 Sample Clauses

Note 1. The letter of Undertaking should be on the letterhead of the Manufacturer and should be signed by a person competent and having Power of Attorney to legally bind the Manufacturer. It shall be included by the bidder in its bid.
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Note 1. Where the development contract is a design and build contract, the on-costs are deemed to include the builder’s design fee element of the contract sum. The amount included by the builder for design fees should be deducted from the works cost element referred to above, as should other non-works costs that may be submitted by the builder such as fees for building and planning permission, building warranty, defects liability insurance, contract performance bond and energy rating of dwellings. Note 2
Note 1. An Additional Service may include services in both the design and the construction contract administration phases. Each blank should be filled with one of the following three choices: (i) “Included,” for a service included within the Basic Design Services Fee or Basic Construction Contract Administration Services Fee; (ii) lump sum a dollar amount for an agreed Additional Service not included in the Basic Design Services Fee or Basic Construction Contract Administration Services Fee; or (iii) “N/A” for a service not included in the Contract. Each dollar amount must be followed by an indication whether it is a fixed price lump sum (FP) or a guaranteed maximum price (GMP). Allowable reimbursable expenses for the selected Additional Services shall be included in the description of scope of work description. Reimbursable expenses are additional to a fixed price lump sum fee, but are included within a GMP.
Note 1. The Corporations Agreement 2002 as shown in this compilation is amended as indicated in the Tables below. Table of Instruments Title Date made Date of commencement Application, saving or transitional provisions Corporations Agreement 2002 6 Dec 2002 6 Dec 2002 Corporations Amendment Agreement 2005 No. 1 Corporations Amendment Agreement 2017 No. 1 13 Oct 2005 29 Jun 2017 13 Oct 2005 29 Jun 2017 — Sch 2 and Sch 3 Table of Amendments ad. = added or inserted am. = amended rep. = repealed rs. = repealed and substituted underlining = whole or part not commenced or to be commenced Provision affected How affected Preamble am. 2017 No. 1
Note 1. In a communication with the permittee prior to the inspection, the division inspector requested that an additional copy of the Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP) and inspection records be provided to division personnel at the inspection. An additional copy of the SWMP was provided to the division inspector during the inspection. Note 2: The permit certification effective date was July 30, 2013. The date that construction started and land- disturbing activities began at the site was November 7, 2013 as provided by Xxxxx Xxxxxxx, Project Superintendant.
Note 1. In accordance with Side Letter No. 23 of the May 19, 1986 BLE National Agreement - ‘JOINT STATEMENT CONCERNING EFFORTS TO IMPROVE THE COMPETITIVE ABILITIES OF THE INDUSTRY’ - if business increases at an existing industry or a new shipper locates in close proximity to the established limits, the Carrier may service it with an existing road switcher by providing ten (10) days notice.
Note 1. If due to any reason, work / assignment is not completed within the stipulated time, AERA may add its discretion extend the last date of completion of work without any financial implication to AERA. Delay in submission of assignment attributable to the selected consultant firm will make them liable for action(s) given in Para 8 “Liquidated Damages and Penalties.” Decision of AERA in this regard shall be final and binding on the consultant firm.
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Note 1. The Parties agree to apply cumulation with the United States according to the following provisions: Provided that there is a Free Trade Agreement in force between each Party and the United States consistent with the Parties' WTO obligations and the Parties reach agreement on all the applicable conditions, any material of Chapter 84, 85, 87 or 94 of the Harmonized System originating in the United States used in the production of a product of subheading 8703.21 through 8703.90 of the Harmonized System in Canada or the European Union will be considered as originating. Without prejudice to the outcome of the free trade negotiations between the European Union and the United States, the discussions on the applicable conditions will include consultations to ensure consistency between the calculation method agreed between the European Union and the United States and the method applicable under this Agreement for products of Chapter 87, if necessary. Accordingly Table D.1 will cease to apply one year following the entry into application of such cumulation. The application of cumulation and deletion of Note 1 will be published in the Official Journal of the European Union for information purposes. Review Provision If seven years after entry into force of this Agreement, cumulation with the United States has not yet entered into force, upon the request of a Party, both Parties shall meet to review these provisions. Alternative Product‑Specific Rules of Origin for Products of heading 87.02 For products of heading 87.02 exported from Canada to the European Union, the following rule of origin applies as an alternative to the rule of origin provided in Annex 5: A change from any other heading, except from heading 87.06 through 87.08; or A change from within this heading or heading 87.06 through 87.08, whether or not there is a change from any other heading, provided that the value of non‑originating materials of this heading or heading 87.06 through 87.08 does not exceed 50 per cent of the transaction value or ex‑works price of the product. This rule of origin will apply to the enterprises located in Canada and their successors and assigns producing products of heading 87.02 in Canada, as of the conclusion of negotiations on 1 August 2014.
Note 1. Select the first Clause here below if Local Personnel is paid in local currency only; select the second Clause here below if the Local Personnel is paid in both foreign and local currencies. The rates for Foreign Personnel are set forth in Appendix D, and the rates for Local Personnel are set forth in Appendix E. The rates for Foreign Personnel and for the Local Personnel to be paid in foreign currency are set forth in Appendix D, and the rates for Local Personnel to be paid in local currency are set forth in Appendix E. Note 2: (this Note 2 and the text set forth below between brackets { } only apply when price is not an evaluation criterion in the selection of consultants): According to the para. 6.3 of the Instructions to consultants, where price is not an evaluation criterion in the selection of consultants, the procuring entity must request the consultants to submit certain representations about the consultants’ salary and related costs, which representations are then used by the parties when negotiating the applicable remuneration rates. In this case, the text set forth below should be used as Clause SCC 6.2(b)(ii) in the SCC. {The remuneration rates have been agreed upon based on the representations made by the consultants during the negotiation of this Contract with respect to the consultants’ costs and charges indicated in the form “consultants’ Representations regarding Costs and Charges” contained in the Appendix attached to Section 4Financial Proposal - Standard Forms” of the RFP and submitted by the consultants to the procuring entity prior to such negotiation. The agreed remuneration rates are evidenced in the form “Breakdown of Agreed Fixed Rates in consultants’ Contract,” executed by the consultants at the conclusion of such negotiation; a model of such a form is attached at the end of these SCC as Model Form I. Should these representations be found by the procuring entity (either through inspections or audits pursuant to Clause GC 3.6 hereof or through other means) to be materially incomplete or inaccurate, the procuring entity shall be entitled to introduce appropriate modifications in the remuneration rates affected by such materially incomplete or inaccurate representations. Any such modification shall have retroactive effect and, in case remuneration has already been paid by the procuring entity before any such modification, (i) the procuring entity shall be entitled to offset any excess payment against the next monthly payment to th...
Note 1. For the purpose of overtime calculations, the working day shall be the twenty-four (24) hour period following the start of a regularly scheduled shift. Days off, Statutory and other authorized holidays shall be calculated on a similar basis using the starting time of the preceding regularly scheduled shift. It will be noted that the last day of a group of consecutive days off shall terminate at the start of the next regularly scheduled shift.
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