Notice of Violation Sample Clauses

Notice of Violation. On July 22, 2020 Ecological served Arteza, Xxxxxx.xxx, Inc., and the requisite public enforcement agencies eligible to initiate Proposition 65 actions on behalf of the People of the State of California with a document entitled "60-Day Notice of Violation" ("Notice") that provided Arteza and such public enforcers with notice that Arteza was allegedly in violation of California Health & Safety Code section 25249.6 for failing to warn consumers and customers that the Products exposed users in California to DEHP. To the best of the Parties' knowledge, no public enforcer has commenced or is diligently prosecuting the allegations set forth in the Notice.
Notice of Violation. On or about April 29, 2021, Xxxxxxx served Xxxxxx.xxx, Inc. and certain requisite public enforcement agencies with 60-Day Notice of Violation (notice), alleging that Xxxxxx.xxx, Inc. violated Proposition 65 when it failed to warn customers or consumers in California that the Products expose users to lead. To the best of the Parties’ knowledge, no public enforcer has commenced and is diligently prosecuting the allegations set forth in the notice.
Notice of Violation. If the Grantor believes that the Grantee has not complied with the terms of the Franchise, the Grantor shall first informally discuss the matter with Grantee. If these discussions do not lead to resolution of the problem, the Grantor shall notify the Grantee in writing of the exact nature of the alleged noncompliance (the “Violation Notice”).
Notice of Violation. The Concessioner shall give the Director in writing immediate notice of any written threatened or actual notice of violation from other regulatory agencies of any Applicable Law arising out of the activities of the Concessioner, its agents or employees.
Notice of Violation. The Town Planner and/or Town Engineer, or his or her designee, may issue a Notice of Violation (NOV) when violations of Town, State, or Federal laws and/or regulations are observed.
Notice of Violation. If MPHA discovers a term and condition was violated or the performance and completion of work was not done in a professional manner, as deemed by MPHA, MPHA staff will complete a vendor performance report, which will be sent to the Contractor via MPHA’s Contracting Officer. The Contractor shall respond within two business days with a solution fixing the problem, if applicable, or an action plan that will ensure future violations or unsatisfactory performance will not continue to occur. Failure to respond within the stated timeframe will constitute a major violation. The completed vendor performance report will be placed in the permanent vendor file.
Notice of Violation. If at any time the LFA believes that Franchisee has not complied with the terms of the Franchise, the LFA shall informally discuss the matter with Franchisee. If these discussions do not lead to resolution of the problem in a reasonable time, the LFA shall then notify Franchisee in writing of the exact nature of the alleged noncompliance in a reasonable time (for purposes of this Article, the “Noncompliance Notice”).
Notice of Violation. On September 7, 2016, Xxxxxx served Xxxxxxxxx, the California Attorney General and all other requisite public enforcement agencies with a 60-Day Notice of Violation (“Notice”). The Notice alleges that Xxxxxxxxx violated Proposition 65 by failing to warn its customers and consumers in California of the health hazards associated with exposures to lead from the Products. No public enforcer has commenced and is diligently prosecuting an action to enforce the allegations made in either of the Notices.
Notice of Violation. Licensee will promptly notify Enterprise if it becomes aware of any apparent violation of the confidentiality requirements set forth in Section 9.1.
Notice of Violation. On or about December 3, 2019 and June 22, 2020, Ecological served Expressions, Xxxx Stores Inc. (“Xxxx”), and the requisite public enforcement agencies eligible to initiate Proposition 65 actions on behalf of the People of the State of California with a document entitled "60-Day Notice of Violation" ("Notices") that provided Expressions, Xxxx, and such public enforcers with notice that Expressions was allegedly in violation of California Health & Safety Code section 25249.6 for failing to warn consumers and customers that the Products exposed users in California to DEHP. To the best of the Parties' knowledge, no public enforcer has commenced or is diligently prosecuting the allegations set forth in the Notice.