Obligations and Responsibilities Sample Clauses

Obligations and Responsibilities. 3.1 General obligations and role of the beneficiaries (including the coordinator). The beneficiaries:
Obligations and Responsibilities. 3.1 General obligations and role of the beneficiary (including the coordinator). The beneficiary:
Obligations and Responsibilities. The following obligations shall be the responsibility of QuantumShift, which obligations, unless otherwise expressly set forth herein, shall be performed within the time frames and in accordance with the policies and procedures set forth in this Article
Obligations and Responsibilities. The Complainant Employees who feel that they have been subjected to harassment are encouraged to make every reasonable effort to inform the respondent that behaviour is offensive. A meeting in a will be arranged for the purpose of discussing complaints at the request of the employee. It is the right of every employee who is subjected to harassment to file an internal complaint, without fear of embarrassment or retaliation. Employees have a right to file a complaint with the Canadian Human Rights Commission at any time. However, it must be recognized that the Canadian Human Rights Commission may require that internal procedures be exhausted before the Commission investigates the matter. The complainant must participate in the investigation process and cooperate with those involved. may choose to be accompanied represented during this process by a fellow employee, Union Representative or another person of choosing. The Corporation recognizes the right of the complainant to be kept informed throughout the process, subject to both the Access to and Privacy Acts. APPENDIX The complainant has the right to discontinue contact with the respondent pending the results of the investigation without incurring any penalty. The complainant has the right to appeal a decision rendered by the appropriate authorities following an investigation. The Respondent It is the responsibility of an employee who has been warned that behaviour is not appropriate to cease this behaviour. (Behaviours are those referred to in the Section "DEFINITIONS" of this directive). The respondent has the right to be informed immediately that a complaint has been filed against The respondent has the right to be presented with a written statement of allegations as soon as possible and afforded the opportunity to respond to these allegations. The respondent may speak at any time to a Human Resources Services Advisor or a Union Representative. It is the responsibility of the respondent to reply to the allegations verbally or in writing, as appropriate. The respondent must participate in the investigation process and cooperate with those involved. may choose to be accompanied and/or represented by a fellow employee, Union Representative or another person of choosing during this process. The Corporation recognizes the right of the respondent to be kept informed throughout the process, subject to both the Access Information and Privacy Acts. The respondent has the right to appeal a decision rendered by the...
Obligations and Responsibilities. If the Principal Investigator leaves the Institution or otherwise ceases to be available, the Institution must consult with the Organisation and use reasonable endeavours to nominate as soon as practicable a replacement reasonably acceptable to both Parties. If the parties cannot agree on a replacement, either party may terminate this Agreement in accordance with clause 9.3. The Institution will not engage in any conduct on the Organisation’s behalf which is in violation of, or potentially in violation of, any applicable local laws or regulations. The Institution will make available adequate facilities, equipment and any other resource of the Institution reasonably required to safely follow the Protocol, provided that any amendments to the Protocol which take place after the execution of this Agreement and requiring any additional use of facilities, equipment, staff or resources, have been approved in writing by the Responsible HREC. The Institution will have an adequate number of appropriately qualified Personnel for the foreseen duration of the Research and ensure that such Personnel are adequately informed about the Protocol, Investigational Product(s), and their Research related duties and functions. The Institution will ensure that the Research is subject to the continuing oversight of the Responsible HREC throughout its conduct. PAYMENTS In consideration of the Institution conducting the Research, the Organisation will pay to the Institution as nominated in Schedule 2 in the manner and on the basis of the prices and at the times set out in Schedule 2. The prices set out in Schedule 2 do not include GST. At the time of payment, the Organisation must pay to the Institution any amount of GST that the Institution is required to pay in addition to the prices set out in Schedule 2, and in accordance with GST Law. Payments will be made by the Organisation upon either receipt of a valid tax invoice or a “Recipient Created Tax Invoiceissued by the Organisation, if applicable. the Organisation and the Institution warrant that they are registered under GST Law. Tax invoices must identify supplies for which GST is payable. PUBLICATIONS The Institution, Principal Investigator and other investigators (“Discloser”) involved in the Research have the right to Publish the methods, results of, and conclusions from, the Research. In any Publication referred to in clause 6.1 the Discloser will acknowledge the contribution of the Organisation. RESEARCH RESULTS AND INTEL...
Obligations and Responsibilities. (1) If the Principal Investigator leaves the Institution or otherwise ceases to be available then:
Obligations and Responsibilities. [The Agreement must state the obligations and responsibilities, including project management responsi- bilities, of each Partner. Add a section for each Partner and include the relevant obligations and responsi- bilities for each Partner (some might be relevant for several Partners). Add additional obligations and responsibilities as needed].  To comply with all deadlines and commitments specified in the Grant Framework  To receive the grant and distribute it in a timely manner according to the approved budget  To contribute to the activities and achievement of the outputs of the research project as specified in the approved Project Proposal  To ensure that input to progress and annual financial reporting (including annual audit/management endorsement of accounts) are provided to the ministry/institution having the Finance Manager role  To ensure that the grant will be used exclusively for approved objectives and budget items  To ensure that the research will be carried out in accordance with current conventions and regulations  To set up – in collaboration with co-applicant research institutions, universities and key partner stake- holders – an adequate and reliable administration of the project funds  To administer the grant within the stated financial frameworks and be responsible for the fulfillment of the stated objectives  To ensure that the budget is in accordance with the respective tariffs and regulations of the institu- tions and stakeholders involved  To make sure that all researchers and other project staff are recruited and employed in the project according to the budget and the approved Project Proposal  To provide adequate project location facilities, laboratory space, power and water supply, local tech- nical installations and other physical project framework, as specified in the project document  To undertake all purchase, transport and insurance of research equipment, hereunder IT equipment;  To obtain all relevant ethical approvals and other required permits before project activities are initi- ated, and ensure that the research is carried out in accordance with current conventions and regula- tions; […] Obligations and Responsibilities of [the Responsible Ministry] Obligations and Responsibilities of [the Lead Research Institution] Obligations and Responsibilities of [XX] Obligations and Responsibilities of [XX] Obligations and Responsibilities of [XX]
Obligations and Responsibilities. SPP shall perform product development, design, and manufacturability services during the Term of this Agreement (as defined in Section 7.1) to achieve the deliverables set out in sections 2.2(a)-2.2(c). VISUALANT agrees to use its expertise and best efforts in cooperation with SPP to jointly develop and test prototypes according to agreed-upon specifications, the specifications to be developed by the Parties within sixty (60) days of the Effective Date of this Agreement. Specifications may be reasonably modified from time to time for just cause by mutual agreement to be recorded in a memorandum of amendment signed by the Parties hereto. SPP shall only take responsibility for any issues and defaults on agreed acceptance condition, development schedule etc. caused by its product design and manufacturing performances. Any issues and problems caused by the original IP and related information provided by VISUALANT shall be the responsibility of VISUALANT. Initials:______ Date:________ VISUALANT shall perform market development in North America during the Term of this Agreement to achieve the deliverables set out in sections 2.2(a)-2.2(c). SPP agrees to use its expertise and best efforts in cooperation with VISUALANT to jointly develop market and application.
Obligations and Responsibilities. (1) Prior to the Agreement being executed, the Sponsor will provide the Principal Investigator, and through the Principal Investigator, the Institution and the Responsible HREC, the Clinical Investigator’s Brochure and all current and relevant information, including the Instructions for use, regarding the Investigational Product as reasonably required to justify the nature, scope and duration of the Study.
Obligations and Responsibilities. The Institution is responsible for ensuring that the Principal Investigator: