Occurrences Sample Clauses

Occurrences. Any change in the U.S., Canadian or international financial, political or economic conditions or the effect of which is such as to make it, in the judgment of the Lead Underwriters, impractical to market or to enforce contracts for the sale of the Shares, whether in the primary market or in respect of dealings in the secondary market.
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Occurrences. An “occurrence” is a day during which your account has at least one overdraft item or returned item. If we transfer your account to another banking center or convert it to a different type of account, your record of overdraft items and returned items continues to apply. Overdraft Protection Plans We recommend you enroll in one of the optional Overdraft Protection plans described below to help protect your account from overdrafts and declined or returned items. The fees under these plans may be less expensive than fees for overdrafts and returned items. The Schedule of Fees for your account explains the fees and other charges that apply to Overdraft Protection plans. Please review the Schedule of Fees for your account carefully. Please note: some of these Overdraft Protection plans may not be available in all countries or for all accounts. Only one plan can be linked to a personal checking account at a time. Some checking accounts are not eligible for these plans. Under some plans we make transfers in a minimum amount so we may not make a transfer if you do not have at least the minimum transfer amount available under the plan. To link accounts under these plans, all of the owner(s) of the checking account must be an owner of the other account. Certain other restrictions may apply. Overdraft Protection from a Savings Account This plan links your checking account to a Community Bank savings account with the same owners for overdraft protection. To link these accounts, the checking account and savings account must be located in the same country. When you do not have enough available funds in your checking account to cover certain items, we may automatically transfer funds from the available balance in your savings account to your checking account. We may charge an overdraft protection transfer fee for each transfer. Funds you deposit into your savings account may not be available immediately for overdraft protection transfers. Each transfer counts as one of the six limited transactions you are allowed each month from your savings account. We will cancel this Overdraft Protection plan if your checking account or savings account is closed. Please see the Schedule of Fees for your account for more information about overdraft protection from another deposit account. Overdraft Protection from Your Line of Credit This plan links an eligible Community Bank line of credit to your checking account for overdraft protection. When you do not have enough available funds i...
Occurrences. 11B.12 For the first (1st), second (2nd) and third (3rd) occurrence of absence due to illness or injury in a calendar year, an employee will be eligible to receive Sick Pay commencing on the first day of absence. For the fourth (4th) and any subsequent occurrence of absence due to illness or injury in a calendar year, an employee will be eligible to receive Sick Pay on the second (2nd) day of absence. OCCURRENCE PER CALENDAR YEAR EMPLOYEE IS ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE SICK PAY FROM: First (1st) , Second (2nd) and Third (3rd) Occurrence First (1st) Day of Absence Fourth (4th) and Subsequent Occurrences Second (2nd ) Day of Absence
Occurrences. The Employer will count occurrences, not the individual number of days an employee is absent or the amount of time an employee is late for work. For example, if an employee is sick with the flu and is absent for three (3) days, this period will only count as one (1) occurrence and not three (3). Reporting late to work is considered one (1) occurrence. No occurrence over one year old may be used in the progressive discipline schedule. Progressive discipline for violating this policy is based on the following schedule: If employed less than 90 days: If employed more than 90 days:
Occurrences. Neither Party shall be responsible to the other Party for any failure, delay or interruption in the performance of any of its obligations under this Agreement if such failure, delay or interruption is caused by a matter reasonably outside of the control of the Party, which may include, but shall not be limited to, fire, flood, typhoon, earthquake, epidemic, riot, terrorist act, insurrection, war, failure or delay of normal sources of supply of materials, failure or delay of public utilities or carriers (“Force Majeure”), provided that the Party affected has used its best efforts to avoid the effects of such occurrence and to perform its obligations notwithstanding such occurrence, and such occurrence is not due to any fault or neglect of such
Occurrences. DPHE shall respond to occurrences reported by licensed providers consistent with statute and DPHE policies and procedures.
Occurrences. For noncompliance of the contract which does not rise to the level warranting Class B sanctions as defined in subsection (a)(2) of this section or Class C sanctions as defined in subsection (b) of this section, including, but not limited to, those violations defined as Class A sanctions in any provision of this contract, the following course of action will be taken by the DEPARTMENT: Each time the MCO fails to comply with the contract on an issue warranting a Class A sanction, the MCO receives a strike. The MCO will be notified each time a strike is imposed. After the third strike for the same contract provision, a sanction may be imposed. If no specific time frame is set forth in any such contractual provision, the time frame is deemed to be the full length of the contract. The MCO will be notified in writing at least thirty (30) days in advance of any sanction being imposed and will be given an opportunity to meet with the DEPARTMENT to present its position as to the DEPARTMENT'S determination of a violation warranting a Class A sanction. At the DEPARTMENT'S discretion, a sanction will thereafter be imposed. Said sanction will be no more than Part II 105 (PART II, 3.36-8.05) 07 HUSKY A 05/07 $2,500 after the first three (3) strikes. The next strike for noncompliance of the same contractual provision will result in a sanction of no more than $5,000 and any subsequent strike for noncompliance of the same contractual provision will result in a Class A sanction of no more than $10,000.
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Occurrences. Except as disclosed on Schedule 6.31, there have been no Occurrences within the last five years. For purposes of this Section 6.31.3, "Occurrence" shall mean any occurrence which is caused or allegedly caused by any defect in, or failure to warn or any breach of express or implied warranties or representations with respect to, a Product manufactured, shipped, sold or delivered by the Company or any of the Subsidiaries which results or is alleged to have resulted in injury or death to any Person or damage to or destruction of property (including damage to or destruction of the Product itself) or other consequential damages.
Occurrences. The terms “East Waterway/Harbor Island Occurrence,” “Lower Duwamish Occurrence,” and “T-91 Occurrence” shall have the respective meanings set out below:
Occurrences. Each absence from work is considered one full occurrence. The approval of excused absences is subject to the sole discretion of the employer. To be considered for an excused absence, the employee must submit the request in writing to his/her immediate supervisor, at least two (2) weeks in advance of the planned absence. Any approval given by the supervisor must be in writing. No illness will count for more than one (1) occurrence, provided the days missed are consecutive. Also, if an employee attempts to return to work from an illness and subsequently misses time within a five-day (5) period as a direct result of the initial illness, (illness must have been verified by a doctor), then the subsequent absence will be considered part of the first occurrence. Each tardy will be counted as one half (1/2) of one (1) occurrence. In the case of leaving early, less than four (4) hours worked, it will be counted as one (1) full occurrence. If more than four (4) hours have been worked, it will be counted as one half (1/2) of one occurrence. In the event that eight (8) hours have been worked and the employee has a "bona fide reason" for leaving, no occurrence will occur. A "bona fide reason" is defined by mutual agreement between the Union and the Employer; if a mutual agreement cannot be reached the dispute will be settled in accordance with Grievance Procedure - Article 15 of this Agreement. Absences not regarded as an occurrence are: Paid vacations. Paid holidays. Jury duty as defined in policies. Funeral leave as defined in policies. NO FAULT state industrial injury or illness. No Fault is defined as an industrial accident or illness where the employee becomes injured or ill from action(s) where the employee had no direct control over the actions(s) that resulted in injury or illness. Disciplinary or investigatory suspensions. Temporary layoffs. Approved excused absences. Approved unpaid leaves of absences including FMLA. Court ordered appearance (employees must notify the employer at least two (2) weeks in advance except in cases where such advance notice is not possible (i.e. random drug testing)).
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