Oath and Bond Sample Clauses

Oath and Bond. The Municipal Judge, after his/her election or appointment to fill a vacancy, shall take and file the official oath as prescribed in s. 757.02(1), Wis. Stats., and at the same time, execute and file an official bond in the amount of $5000. The Municipal Judge shall not act until his/her oath and bond have been filed as required by Sections 19.01(4)(c) and 755.03(2), Wis. Stats.

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  • Insurance and Bonds (a) For the duration of the Project, Developer shall acquire (or guarantee the acquisition of) insurance in amounts sufficient to meet industry standards for insurance coverage with financially sound and reputable insurers authorized to operate in the State of Texas. Developer shall submit certificates of insurance that establish, to the GLO’s satisfaction, the nature and extent of coverage granted by each policy. If requested to do so, Developer shall submit certificates of insurance and endorsements electronically, as directed by the GLO. If the GLO determines any insurance policy fails to comply with the terms of this Contract, Developer shall secure such additional policies or coverage that the GLO may reasonably request or that are required by law or regulation. If coverage expires during the term of this Contract (and upon request by the GLO), Developer shall submit renewed certificates of insurance and endorsements as evidence of insurance coverage throughout the term of this Contract. Developer may not perform any work under this Contract if Developer’s insurance coverage does not meet the requirements of this Contract. The GLO may terminate this Contract if Developer fails to submit required insurance documents upon request. Developer shall ensure that any contract it or its contractors enter into related to the completion of the Project contains a provision requiring coverage sufficient to meet industry standards.

  • Insurance and Bonding 16.1 The Sub-Recipient shall provide continuous adequate liability insurance coverage during the existence of this contract and any renewal(s) and extension(s) of it. By execution of this contract, unless it is a state agency or subdivision as defined by Section 768.28(2), F.S., the Sub-Recipient accepts full responsibility for identifying and determining the type(s) and extent of liability insurance coverage necessary to provide reasonable financial protections for the Sub-Recipient and the clients to be served under this contract. The limits of coverage under each policy maintained by the Sub-Recipient do not limit the Sub-Recipient’s liability and obligations under this contract. The Sub-Recipient shall ensure that the AAAPP has the most current written verification of insurance coverage throughout the term of this contract. Such coverage may be provided by a self-insurance program established and operating under the laws of the State of Florida. The AAAPP reserves the right to require additional insurance as specified in this contract.

  • Deposit of Documents The Trustee may appoint as custodian, on any terms, any bank or entity whose business includes the safe custody of documents or any lawyer or firm of lawyers believed by it to be of good repute and may deposit this Trust Deed and any other documents with such custodian and pay all sums due in respect thereof. The Trustee is not obliged to appoint a custodian of securities payable to bearer.

  • Pollution Control The Employer and the Union agree to limit all forms of environmental pollution.

  • SPECIAL WARRANTY DEED Seller shall provide to Buyer at closing a Special Warranty Deed, or its local equivalent. Seller will not provide a Warranty Deed or General Warranty Deed.

  • Quitclaim Deed Tenant shall execute and deliver to Landlord on the expiration date or earlier termination of this Lease, promptly on Landlord’s request, a quitclaim deed to the Premises, in recordable form, designating Landlord as transferee.

  • State Specific Contract Form Observe the state of the Seller on the Contract, if the Seller lists an address in Alaska, Arkansas, Delaware, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Montana, Connecticut, Vermont, Louisiana or Mississippi, confirm the form number on the Contract is on the List of Approved Contract Forms, for the corresponding state. Representation

  • Agricultural cooperation The aims of the cooperation on agriculture will be: (a) to promote sustainable rural development through the exchange of experience, generation of partnership and execution of projects in areas of mutual interest such as: agricultural innovation and technology transfer for the development of small farming, the conservation and management of the water resource for agricultural use, the application of good agricultural and agro industrial practices, including gender approach in development policies and strategies, among others; (b) to promote the exchange of relevant information for agricultural exports between the 2 markets; and (c) to develop a training program addressed to leader producers, technicians and professionals for the application of new technologies in order to increase and improve agriculture and animal husbandry productivity and competitiveness, in particular of value added products.

  • DELIVERY INSTRUCTIONS In the event of a Failed Final Remarketing, Senior Notes that are in physical form should be delivered to the person(s) set forth below and mailed to the address set forth below. Name(s) (Please Print) Address (Please Print) (Zip Code) (Tax Identification or Social Security Number) EXHIBIT G INSTRUCTION TO CUSTODIAL AGENT REGARDING WITHDRAWAL FROM REMARKETING U.S. Bank National Association as Custodial Agent 000 Xxxx Xxxxxx, Xxxxx 0000 Xxx Xxxx, Xxx Xxxx 00000 Telephone No.: (000) 000-0000 Telecopier No.: (000) 000-0000 Attention: Corporate Trust Administration Re: Senior Notes due 2010 of PNM Resources, Inc. (the “Company”) The undersigned hereby notifies you in accordance with Section 5.07(c) of the Pledge Agreement, dated as of October 7, 2005 (the “Pledge Agreement”), among the Company and you, as Collateral Agent, Custodial Agent and Securities Intermediary, and U.S. Bank National Association, as Purchase Contract Agent and as attorney-in-fact for the holders of Corporate Units from time to time, that the undersigned elects to withdraw the $__________ aggregate principal amount of Separate Senior Notes delivered to the Collateral Agent on __________, 2010 for remarketing pursuant to Section 5.07(c) of the Pledge Agreement. The undersigned hereby instructs you to return such Senior Notes to the undersigned in accordance with the undersigned’s instructions. With this notice, the undersigned hereby agrees to be bound by the terms and conditions of Section 5.07(c) of the Pledge Agreement. Capitalized terms used herein but not defined shall have the meaning set forth in the Pledge Agreement. Dated: By: Name: Title: Signature Guarantee: Name Social Security or other Taxpayer Identification Number, if any Address

  • Agreement Administration SBBC has delegated authority to the Superintendent of Schools or his/her designee to take any actions necessary to implement and administer this Agreement.