Orally Sample Clauses

Orally. By telephone or in person at the Company’s offices, the details of which appear above.
Orally. By filing a claim with the Insurer Information Service; The maximum time for receiving a response to a complaint submitted in any form is 30 (thirty) calendar days after receiving the application / complaint. Detailed information on the address (s) of the Insurer's office / service center (s) and the procedure can be found on the Insurer's website xxx.xxx.xx or by contacting the Information Service Hotline - (+ 000 000) 0 000 000; In case of disputes / disagreements related to the fulfillment of the insurance contract, the parties have the opportunity to apply to N(N)LP the Insurance Mediation of the Insurance Association of Georgia via the telephone number: +000 000 0 000 000 and / or by e-mail: xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxx.xxx.xx; The insured / Policyholder is also entitled to apply to the LEPL State Insurance Supervision Service of Georgia at the following address: Tbilisi, X. Xxxxxxxxx xx. N3, Tel .: +000 000 0 00 00 00. February 01, 2022 Travel Amateur Sport Injury Insurance Contract/Terms No. NVI/TR/SP/2022-V1 On the one hand, JSC "New Vision Insurance" (hereinafter "Insurer") and on the other hand, the person indicated in the Insurance Policy (hereinafter "Insured/Policyholder"), we enter into this Travel Amateur Sport Injury Insurance Contract/Terms. The present Terms, the Insured's Application and the Insurance Policy issued under it (hereinafter referred to as the policy) constitute an Insurance Contract entered into between the parties. All annexes / additional terms of the contract (if any) are an integral part of the contract.
Orally. As of the Effective Date, this Agreement supersedes and cancels all prior agreements between the parties or any subsidiary of Employer whether written or oral, relating to the employment of Employee, including, without limitation, that certain agreement dated February 8, 2001 and the Success Bonus Agreement dated April 10, 2002.
Orally if a verbal quote is solicited, the Offeror must provide, in addition to their quote amount and mailing address -- (1) their valid Alaska Business License number, (2) if applicable, a valid Contractor's Registration number, (3) their status as an Alaskan Bidder (Offeror), (4) their intended use of Alaskan products, (5) the carrier's name and policy number for their Workers' Comp Insurance (or a statement of sole proprietorship, if applicable), and (6) the Employer (Tax) Identification Number or Social Security Number. The Procurement Agency will enter this information on the quote schedule.
Orally. No failure or delay by a party in exercising any right hereunder shall operate as a waiver of such rights nor shall any single or partial exercise of a right preclude the exercise of any other right.
Orally. By filing a claim with the Insurer Information Service. The maximum time for receiving a response to a complaint submitted in any form is 30 (thirty) calendar days after receiving the application / complaint. For detailed information on the address (s) of the insurer's office / service center

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