Notice of. OFFLOADING Where iron ore products are off‑loaded in breach of Section 22.01 the Joint Venturers will forthwith after becoming aware of that event give notice of the same to the Minister and will without prejudice to any other rights or remedies of the State by reason of the breach on demand pay to the State by way of additional royalty such sum as the Minister may determine but not more than a sum representing one dollar ($1.00) per ton on the quantity of iron ore products off‑loaded.
Notice of a Change of Control Offer shall be mailed by the Company to the Holders at their registered addresses not less than 30 days nor more than 45 days before the Change of Control Payment Date. The Change of Control Offer shall remain open for at least 20 Business Days and until 5:00 p.m., New York City time, on the Business Day next preceding the Change of Control Payment Date. Substantially simultaneously with mailing of the notice, the Company shall cause a copy of such notice to be published in a newspaper of general circulation in the Borough of Manhattan, The City of New York.
Notice of change Pig Circle Contracts* can be changed or terminated – without incurring liability for compensation – by the parties* with the notice specified in the agreement. The period of notice is specified in months, but such that agreements are always terminated at the end of a week. Should a Pig Circle Contract* be changed or terminated without the required notice, the other parties* shall be entitled to receive compensation / payment of fines pursuant to the conditions detailed in Appendix C. Order Confirmations* and Verbal Agreements cannot be terminated and any change or termination shall give the other parties* the right to receive compensation / payment of fines pursuant to the conditions detailed in Appendix C.
Notice of. In the event of a proposed layoff at the Hospital of a permanent or long-term nature, the Hospital shall: provide the Union with no less than five (5) months written notice of the proposed layoff; and provide to the affected if any, no less than five (5) months written notice of layoff, or pay in lieu thereof.
Notice of. (a) In the event of a proposed lay-off at the Hospital of a permanent or long-term nature or the elimination of a position within the bargaining unit, the Hospital shall: provide the Union with no less than five (5) months' written notice of the proposed lay-off or elimination of position; and provide to the affected if any, who will be laid off with no less than five (5) written notice of lay-off, or pay in lieu thereof.
Notice of. Insert the following standard language. Where the collective agreement provides otherwise and the parties cannot agree to the standard language, existing provision will be maintained as non-standard language. Any non-standard provision related to Notice of Lay-off shall be continued under Article
Notice of. In the advent of a proposed layoff at any one of the Homes of a permanent or long-term nature, the Corporation will: ARTICLE LAYOFFS AND RECALLS (continued) provide the Union with no less than fifteen (15) working days, where possible, regarding notice of such layoff; and meet with the Union through the Labour Management Committee to review the following: the reason causing the layoff; the service the Corporation will undertake after the layoff; the method of implementation including the areas of and employees to be laid off. Any agreement between the Corporation and the Union resulting from the above review concerning the method of implementation will take precedence over other terms of layoff in the Agreement. of layoff shall be accordance with the provisions e Standards Act.
Notice of. Ten (10) working days prior to the effective date of any layoff, the Board shall prepare and post for inspection, in a conspicuous place, a list containing names, seniority dates and classification, and indicate which employees are to be laid off. Each employee to be laid off shall be given advance written notice of the layoff, with a statement advising the employee of their displacement and reinstatement rights.