OF LIVING Sample Clauses

OF LIVING. It understood that at the end of each year a verification of the Consumer Price Index will be done. Should the index increase by more than five (5%) percent, the parties will meet to discuss the situation.

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Scope of Liability Neither the Servicer or any subservicer appointed by it, nor any of their respective partners, directors, officers, employees or agents, or its delegees pursuant to Section 11.2.1 hereof, shall be under any liability to the Master Servicer, the Trustee or, if applicable, the Trust Administrator for any action taken or for refraining from the taking of any action in good faith pursuant to this Agreement, or for errors in judgment; provided, however, that this provision shall not protect the Servicer, any subservicer or any of their respective partners, directors, officers, employees or agents, or its delegees pursuant to Section 11.2.1 hereof, against any liability which would otherwise be imposed by reason of willful misfeasance, bad faith or gross negligence in the performance of his or its duties or by reason of reckless disregard of his or its obligations and duties hereunder. The Servicer, any subservicer and any of their respective partners, directors, officers, employees or agents, or its delegees pursuant to Section 11.2.1 hereof, may rely in good faith on any document of any kind prima facie properly executed and submitted by any Person respecting any matters arising hereunder.
Unavailability of Tenor of Benchmark Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein or in any other Loan Document, at any time (including in connection with the implementation of a Benchmark Replacement), (A) if the then-current Benchmark is a term rate (including Term SOFR or USD LIBOR) and either (1) any tenor for such Benchmark is not displayed on a screen or other information service that publishes such rate from time to time as selected by the Administrative Agent in its reasonable discretion or (2) the regulatory supervisor for the administrator of such Benchmark has provided a public statement or publication of information announcing that any tenor for such Benchmark is or will be no longer representative, then the Administrative Agent may modify the definition of “Interest Period” for any Benchmark settings at or after such time to remove such unavailable or non-representative tenor and (B) if a tenor that was removed pursuant to clause (A) above either (1) is subsequently displayed on a screen or information service for a Benchmark (including a Benchmark Replacement) or (2) is not, or is no longer, subject to an announcement that it is or will no longer be representative for a Benchmark (including a Benchmark Replacement), then the Administrative Agent may modify the definition of “Interest Period” for all Benchmark settings at or after such time to reinstate such previously removed tenor.
Minimum scope of coverage Commercial general coverage shall be at least as broad as Insurance Services Office Commercial General Liability occurrence form CG 0001 (ed. 11/88) or Insurance Services Office form number GL 0002 (ed. 1/73) covering comprehensive General Liability and Insurance Services Office form number GL 0404 covering Broad Form Comprehensive General Liability. Automobile coverage shall be at least as broad as Insurance Services Office Automobile Liability form CA 0001 (ed. 12/90) Code 1 (“any auto”). No endorsement shall be attached limiting the coverage.
Maintenance of Liability Insurance (a) The Company hereby covenants and agrees that, as long as the Indemnitee continues to serve as a director and/or officer of the Company and thereafter as long as the Indemnitee may be subject to any possible Proceeding, the Company, subject to subsection (c), shall promptly obtain and maintain in full force and effect directors' and officers' liability insurance ("D&O Insurance") in reasonable amounts from established and reputable insurers.
Medical Coverage The Executive shall be entitled to such continuation of health care coverage as is required under, and in accordance with, applicable law or otherwise provided in accordance with the Company’s policies. The Executive shall be notified in writing of the Executive’s rights to continue such coverage after the termination of the Executive’s employment pursuant to this Section 3(d)(iv), provided that the Executive timely complies with the conditions to continue such coverage. The Executive understands and acknowledges that the Executive is responsible to make all payments required for any such continued health care coverage that the Executive may choose to receive.
Travel Reimbursement 2.1 The County will only cover costs associated with travel on vendors outside a 50 mile radius from Williamson County, Texas.
Annual Physical Examination The Employer shall provide insurance coverage for or pay or reimburse the Employee for the cost of an annual physical examination conducted by a California licensed physician selected by the Employee and reasonably acceptable to the Employer.
Scope and Coverage 1. This Chapter applies to measures adopted or maintained by a Party affecting trade in services by service suppliers of the other Party. Such measures include measures affecting: (i) the purchase or use of, or payment for, a service; (ii) the access to and use of, in connection with the supply of a service, services which are required by the Parties to be offered to the public generally; or (iii) the presence, including commercial presence, of persons of a Party for the supply of a service in the territory of the other Party. 2. For purposes of this Chapter, measures adopted or maintained by a Party means measures adopted or maintained by: (i) central, regional or local governments and authorities; and (ii) non-governmental bodies in the exercise of powers delegated by central, regional or local governments or authorities. 3. This Chapter does not apply to: (a) government procurement; (b) air services (4) , including domestic and international air transportation services, whether scheduled or non-scheduled, and related services in support of air services, other than: (i) aircraft repair and maintenance services; (ii) the selling and marketing of air transport services; and (iii) computer reservation system (CRS) services; and (c) subsidies or grants provided by a Party, including government-supported loans, guarantees, and insurance. 4. This Chapter does not impose any obligation on a Party with respect to a natural person of the other Party seeking access to its employment market, or employed on a permanent basis in its territory, and does not confer any right on that natural person with respect to that access or employment. 5. This Chapter does not apply to services supplied in the exercise of governmental authority in a Party's territory. A service supplied in the exercise of governmental authority means any service which is supplied neither on a commercial basis, nor in competition with one or more service suppliers. 6. Nothing in this Chapter shall prevent a Party from applying measures to regulate the entry of natural persons of the other Party into, or their temporary stay in, its territory, including those measures necessary to protect the integrity of, and to ensure the orderly movement of natural persons across its borders, provided that such measures are not applied in such a manner as to nullify or impair the benefits accruing to the other Party under the terms of this Chapter. (5) 7. This Chapter, except for the list of financial services specific commitments in the Schedules of Specific Commitments under this Agreement, does not apply to measures affecting the supply of financial services (6) as defined in subparagraph 5(a) of the GATS Annex on Financial Services. The obligations of each Party with respect to measures affecting the supply of financial services shall be in accordance with its obligations under GATS, the GATS Annex on Financial Services and the GATS Second Annex on Financial Services, and subject to any reservations thereto. The said obligations are hereby incorporated into this Agreement, and the schedule of financial services specific commitments of Annex 6 (Schedules of Specific Commitments) of this Agreement shall apply. 8. In addition to the provisions of this Chapter, the rights and obligations of the Parties in respect of telecommunication services shall also be governed by the provisions of: (a) the GATS Annex on Telecommunications; and
Assistance and Cooperation (a) Each of the Companies shall provide (and cause its Affiliates to provide) the other and its agents, including accounting firms and legal counsel, with such cooperation or information as such other Company reasonably requests in connection with (i) preparing and filing Tax Returns, (ii) determining the liability for and amount of any Taxes due (including estimated Taxes) or the right to and amount of any refund of Taxes, (iii) examinations of Tax Returns, and (iv) any administrative or judicial proceeding in respect of Taxes assessed or proposed to be assessed. Such cooperation shall include making available, upon reasonable notice, all information and documents in their possession relating to the other Company and its Affiliates as provided in Section 9. Each of the Companies shall also make available to the other, as reasonably requested and available, personnel (including employees and agents of the Companies or their respective Affiliates) responsible for preparing, maintaining, and interpreting information and documents relevant to Taxes.
Office of Supplier Diversity The State of Florida supports its diverse business community by creating opportunities for woman-, veteran-, and minority-owned small business enterprises to participate in procurements and contracts. The Department encourages supplier diversity through certification of woman-, veteran-, and minority-owned small business enterprises and provides advocacy, outreach, and networking through regional business events. For additional information, please contact the Office of Supplier Diversity (OSD) at osdinfo@dms.myflorida.com.