OPERATIVE Sample Clauses

OPERATIVE. AusAID and the Organisation promise to carry out and complete their respective obligations in accordance with the terms and conditions below and all Grant Orders as amended from time to time. Executed as a Deed SIGNED for and on behalf of COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA represented by the Australian Agency for International Development in the presence of: )))) …………………………………….. Signature of …………………………………….. Name of witness …………………………………….. Signature of witness SIGNED for and on behalf of (organisation name) by: …………………………………….. Signature of director …………………………………….. Signature of director/secretary …………………………………….. Name of director …………………………………….. Name of director/secretary HEAD AGREEMENT Conditions 1 1. INTERPRETATION 1
OPERATIVE. The Institution enrols, and the student accepts the enrolment at the Institution to take the following Course or Programme B.E. (HONS) (the “Approved Courses”) at the Institution in the Dubai Knowledge Village (“DKV”) in the Dubai Technology, Electronic Commerce and Media Free Zone (the “Zone”).
OPERATIVE. All requests for training or educational activities shall be forwarded through supervisors to Executive Directors for approval. Executive Directors are requested to contact the Department’s Office of Finance and Human Relations to assure consistent application of this Article. Requests for training or education should not be unreasonably denied, subject to procedures stated in Article 20.1 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement.
OPERATIVE. Both governments acknowledge their different but interrelated roles and responsibilities related to fishing and the collection of fisheries resources in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area: The Australian Government, under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (Cth), is responsible for leading and coordinating required actions to meet Australia’s responsibilities as a signatory to the World Heritage Convention, including ensuring the World Heritage values of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area are maintained and transmitted to future generations. The Australian Government, under the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Act 1975 (Cth) is responsible for the long term protection and conservation of the environment, biodiversity and heritage values of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area Region in accordance with the principles of Ecologically Sustainable Use as defined by that Act, including allowing for and the regulating the use of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park in ways consistent with ecosystem‑based management and the principles of ecologically sustainable use within the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. The Australian Government, under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (Cth), is responsible for regulating impacts on matters of National Environmental Significance and interactions with species listed under the Act. Under the Act, the Australian Government is also responsible for regulating the export of fish and fisheries resources including assessment against the Guidelines for the Ecologically Sustainable Management of Fisheries Edition 2 (2007). The Australian Government, under an Offshore Constitutional Settlement arrangement, and the Fisheries Management Act 1991 (Cth), is responsible for regulating commercial take of tuna and tuna-like species within the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. The Queensland Government, under an Offshore Constitutional Settlement arrangement and the Fisheries Act 1994 (Qld) is responsible for the management of fishing, fisheries habitats and collection of fisheries resources in and adjacent to the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area (with the exception of some commercially caught species listed in (d)). The Queensland Government is responsible for ensuring this is done in accordance with the principles of Ecologically Sustainable Development as defined by that Act. The Queensland Government, under the Fisheries Act 1994 (Qld), Sustainable...
OPERATIVE. The Commonwealth agrees to pay the Tenderer the sum of $1.00. The Tenderer acknowledges and agrees that the Commonwealth published on AusTender this Disclaimer and Confidentiality Agreement (Disclaimer and Confidentiality Agreement). The Tenderer warrants that, to the extent that the Tender Documents and the Information Documents: are published on AusTender, before the Tenderer downloaded any of the Tender Documents and Information Documents from AusTender; or are not published on AusTender, before the Contact Officer issued any of the Tender Documents and Information Documents to the Tenderer by email, the Tenderer duly completed, executed and returned the Disclaimer and Confidentiality Agreement to the Contact Officer at the email address in Item 5 of the Schedule. The Tenderer acknowledges and agrees that if requested by the Contact Officer by email, the Tenderer must provide to the Contact Officer the names and addresses of all persons to whom it has issued the whole or any part of the Tender Documents and Information Documents by the date and time specified in the Contact Officer's request.
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OPERATIVE. • The EBIT showed a sustained growth rate close to 13%, backed by the good operating performance in all the activities of the Group. • The merger process advances progressively: the Construction area operates under the name Dragados, S.A. since July, 1st, while the affiliates of Environmental Services are currently in the legal process to merge, which will end in one company, Urbaser.
OPERATIVE. Tetra Tech International Development and the Service Provider promise to carry out and complete their respective obligations in accordance with this Agreement, which includes the Agreement Details and the Schedules. This Agreement is written in plain English as far as possible. Its terms are to be interpreted so as to give efficacy to the Parties' agreement. No rule resolving a doubt as to interpretation against the Party preparing this Agreement will apply. The specific provisions will not limit the interpretation of general provisions.