Notification Requirement Sample Clauses

Notification Requirement. Through and up to the conclusion of the Non-Competition Period, Executive shall give notice to the Company of each new business activity he plans to undertake, at least seven (7) days prior to beginning any such activity. Such notice shall state the name and address of the Person for whom such activity is undertaken and the nature of Executive’s business relationship(s) and position(s) with such Person.
Notification Requirement. During the Tax Protection Period, the Partnership shall provide prior written notice to a Protected Partner if the Partnership intends to repay, retire, refinance or otherwise reduce (other than due to scheduled amortization) the amount of liabilities with respect to the Contributed Property in a manner that would cause an Indirect Owner to recognize gain for federal income tax purposes as a result of a decrease in the Protected Partner’s share of Partnership liabilities below the Minimum Liability Amount (determined as of the Closing Date)
Notification Requirement. If the Executive takes up a position as an employee, officer, director, consultant or other similar capacity during the Restricted Period, he will give notice to the Company of such position within thirty (30) days following the date upon which he takes up such position. Such notice will state the name and address of the person for whom such activity is undertaken and the nature of the Executive’s business relationship(s) and position(s) with such person. The Executive will provide the Company with such other pertinent information concerning such business activity as the Company may reasonably request in order to determine the Executive’s continued compliance with the Executive’s obligations under this article 5.
Notification Requirement. Until the expiration of the period or periods for Restrictive Covenants (as applicable), the Executive shall, upon a reasonable request by the Company, give notice to the Company of any new business activity in which he is engaged. Such notice shall state the name and address of the individual, corporation, limited liability company, association, partnership, estate, trust and other entity or organization, other than the Company or any of its affiliates (any such individual or entity being hereinafter referred to as a “Person”) for whom such activity is undertaken and the nature of the Executive’s business relationship(s) and position(s) with such Person. The Executive shall provide the Company with such other pertinent information concerning such business activity as the Company may reasonably request in order to determine the Executive’s continued compliance with the Restrictive Covenants.
Notification Requirement. Until six (6) months after the period set forth in Section 4.5, Employee will notify Employer in writing of any change in his address and of each new job or other business activity in which he plans to engage, at least thirty (30) days prior to beginning such job or activity. Such notice shall state the name and address of any new employer and the nature of Employee's position.
Notification Requirement. Contractor shall, within 30 days after receiving notice from an employee of a conviction pursuant to 41 U.S.C. § 701(a)(1)(D)(ii) or 41 U.S.C. § 702(a)(1)(D)(ii):
Notification Requirement. During the term of Executive's employment hereunder and for the one year period following Executive's termination of employment with the Company for any reason, the Executive shall give notice to the Company of any change in the Executive's address and of each new employment that the Executive plans to undertake, at least seven (7) days prior to beginning any such new employment. Such notice shall state the nature of the new employment, the name and address of the person for whom such new employment is undertaken and the Executive shall provide the Company with such other pertinent information concerning such new employment as the Company may reasonably request in order to determine the Executive's continued compliance with the Executive's obligations under Sections 7 and 8.
Notification Requirement. In order to receive compensation while absent on sick leave, the employee shall notify his department head prior to or within four (4) hours after the time set for beginning his or her daily duties, or as may be approved by the head of his or her department. The Union and the City recognize it is advantageous to both parties that calls should normally be made prior to the beginning of the work shift. Leave for non-emergency doctors' appointments shall be requested in advance. In specific instances the City may by written notice require an employee (s) to call in prior to the beginning of their shift in order to be eligible for sick leave.