Obligation to Make Sample Clauses

Obligation to Make. Connections to a Water Main Upon request from the owner or occupant of premises located in the Service Area for a connection to a water main, the Concessionaire shall make such a connection as soon as reasonably practicable. For such connection to a water main located less than twenty-five (25) meters from the connection point for such main, the Customer shall pay the connection fee set out in Section 9.6(i). For all other connections, the Customer shall pay a fee determined in accordance with Section 9.6(ii).
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Obligation to Make. Pension Payments ----------------------------------- When Executive's employment is hereafter terminated for any reason whatsoever, including Total Disability or death, the Company shall make cash payments to the Executive (herein the "Pension Payments") as provided in this Section 6.
Obligation to Make. ENQUIRIES Where any of the Warranties is made or given "so far as the Vendors are aware", such Warranty shall be deemed to be given to the best of the knowledge, information and belief individually or collectively of any one or more of the Directors after making due and careful enquiries into the subject matter of that warranty before giving such warranty and the knowledge, information and belief of any one of the Directors shall be imputed to the remaining Vendors. In the case of the Properties, "due and careful enquiries" within this Clause 9.2 shall not include any enquiries of third parties or relevant authorities which would normally be made by a prudent Purchaser direct.

Related to Obligation to Make

  • Obligation to Make Payments Any Interconnection Party's obligation to make payments for services shall not be suspended by Force Majeure.

  • Obligation to Mitigate Each Lender (which term shall include Issuing Bank for purposes of this Section 2.21) agrees that, as promptly as practicable after the officer of such Lender responsible for administering its Loans or Letters of Credit, as the case may be, becomes aware of the occurrence of an event or the existence of a condition that would cause such Lender to become an Affected Lender or that would entitle such Lender to receive payments under Section 2.18, 2.19 or 2.20, it will, to the extent not inconsistent with the internal policies of such Lender and any applicable legal or regulatory restrictions, use reasonable efforts to (a) make, issue, fund or maintain its Credit Extensions, including any Affected Loans, through another office of such Lender, or (b) take such other measures as such Lender may deem reasonable, if as a result thereof the circumstances which would cause such Lender to be an Affected Lender would cease to exist or the additional amounts which would otherwise be required to be paid to such Lender pursuant to Section 2.18, 2.19 or 2.20 would be materially reduced and if, as determined by such Lender in its sole discretion, the making, issuing, funding or maintaining of such Revolving Commitments, Loans or Letters of Credit through such other office or in accordance with such other measures, as the case may be, would not otherwise adversely affect such Revolving Commitments, Loans or Letters of Credit or the interests of such Lender; provided, such Lender will not be obligated to utilize such other office or take such other measures pursuant to this Section 2.21 unless Borrower agrees to pay all reasonable incremental expenses incurred by such Lender as a result of utilizing such other office or take such other measures as described above. A certificate as to the amount of any such expenses payable by Borrower pursuant to this Section 2.21 (setting forth in reasonable detail the basis for requesting such amount) submitted by such Lender to Borrower (with a copy to Administrative Agent) shall be conclusive absent manifest error.

  • Obligation to Issue The City has no obligation to issue any Approved Service Orders under this Master Agreement. The City may issue any number of Approved Service Orders provided that the sum of the maximum compensation of all Approved Service Orders cannot exceed the Maximum Total Compensation (defined in Subsection 10.1 below).

  • Obligation to Make Expense Advances Upon receipt of a written undertaking by or on behalf of the Indemnitee to repay such amounts if it shall ultimately be determined that the Indemnitee is not entitled to be indemnified therefore by the Company hereunder under applicable law, the Company shall make Expense Advances to Indemnitee.

  • OBLIGATION TO NEGOTIATE 50.01 The Employer and the Union acknowledge that during negotiations which preceded this Agreement, each had the unlimited right and opportunity to make demands and proposals with respect to any subject or matter not removed by law from the area of collective bargaining/negotiations and that the understandings and agreements arrived at by the parties after the exercise of that right and opportunity are set forth in this Agreement.

  • No obligation to monitor No Finance Party is bound to monitor or verify the utilisation of a Facility.

  • Obligation to Notify If the Participant makes the election permitted under Section 83(b) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (that is, an election to include in gross income in the year of transfer the amounts specified in Section 83(b)), the Participant shall notify the Company of such election within 10 days of filing notice of the election with the Internal Revenue Service and shall within the same 10-day period remit to the Company an amount sufficient in the opinion of the Company to satisfy any federal, state and other governmental tax withholding requirements related to such inclusion in Participant’s income. The Participant should consult with his or her tax advisor to determine the tax consequences of acquiring the Restricted Stock and the advantages and disadvantages of filing the Section 83(b) election. The Participant acknowledges that it is his or her sole responsibility, and not the Company’s, to file a timely election under Section 83(b), even if the Participant requests the Company or its representatives to make this filing on his or her behalf.

  • No Obligation to Mitigate Executive shall not be required to seek other employment or otherwise to mitigate Executive's damages upon any termination of employment; provided, however, that, to the extent Executive receives from a subsequent employer health or other insurance benefits that are substantially similar to the benefits referred to in Section 5(b) hereof, any such benefits to be provided by the Company to Executive following the Term shall be correspondingly reduced.

  • Obligation to Maintain Confidentiality The Executive acknowledges that the continued success of the Company depends upon the use and protection of a large body of confidential and proprietary information, including confidential and proprietary information now existing or to be developed in the future. “Confidential Information” will be defined as all information of any sort (whether merely remembered or embodied in a tangible or intangible form) that is (i) related to the Company’s prior, current or potential business and (ii) not generally or publicly known. Therefore, the Executive agrees not to disclose or use for the Executive’s own account any of such Confidential Information, except as reasonably necessary for the performance of the Executive’s duties as an employee or director of the Company, without prior written consent of the Board, unless and to the extent that any Confidential Information (i) becomes generally known to and available for use by the public other than as a result of the Executive’s improper acts or omissions to act or (ii) is required to be disclosed pursuant to any applicable law, regulatory action or court order; provided, however, that the Executive must give the Company prompt written notice of any such legal requirement, disclose no more information than is so required, and cooperate fully with all efforts by the Company (at the Company’s sole expense) to obtain a protective order or similar confidentiality treatment for such information. Upon the termination of the Executive’s employment with the Company, the Executive agrees to deliver to the Company, upon request, all memoranda, notes, plans, records, reports and other documents (including copies thereof and electronic media) relating to the business of the Company (including, without limitation, all Confidential Information) that the Executive may then possess or have under the Executive’s control, other than such documents as are generally or publicly known (provided, that such documents are not known as a result of the Executive’s breach or actions in violation of this Agreement); and at any time thereafter, if any such materials are brought to the Executive’s attention or the Executive discovers them in the Executive’s possession, the Executive shall deliver such materials to the Company immediately upon such notice or discovery. The provisions of this Section 10.2(a) shall specifically survive the expiration or earlier termination of this Agreement and the termination of the Executive’s employment with the Company.

  • OBLIGATION TO SUPPORT ‌ The parties agree that subsequent to the execution of this Memorandum of Understanding and during the period of time said Memorandum is pending before the Board of Supervisors for action, neither SEIU Local 721, nor Management, nor their authorized representatives, will appear before the Board of Supervisors or meet with members of the Board of Supervisors individually to advocate any amendment, addition or deletion to the terms and conditions of this Memorandum of Understanding. It is further understood that this Article shall not preclude the parties from appearing before the Board of Supervisors nor meeting with individual members of the Board of Supervisors to advocate or urge the adoption and approval of this Memorandum of Understanding in its entirety.

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