Oregon Sample Clauses

Oregon. Upon failure of the Obligor to perform under the Agreement, the insurer shall pay on behalf of the Obligor any sums the Obligor is legally obligated to pay and any service that the Obligor is legally obligated to perform. Termination of the reimbursement policy shall not occur until a notice of termination has been mailed or delivered to the Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services. This notice must be mailed or delivered at least 30 days prior to the date of termination. CANCELLATION section is amended as follows: You, the Service Agreement Holder may apply for reimbursement directly to the insurer if a refund or credit is not paid before the 46th day after the date on which Your Agreement is returned to the provider. ARBITRATION section of this Agreement is removed.
Oregon. THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN THIS AGREEMENT MAY NOT BE WITHIN A FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT PROTECTING STRUCTURES. THE PROPERTY IS SUBJECT TO LAND USE LAWS AND REGULATIONS THAT, IN FARM OR FOREST ZONES, MAY NOT AUTHORIZE CONSTRUCTION OR SITING OF A RESIDENCE AND THAT LIMIT LAWSUITS AGAINST FARMING OR FOREST PRACTICES, AS DEFINED IN ORS 30.930, IN ALL ZONES. BEFORE SIGNING OR ACCEPTING THIS INSTRUMENT, THE PERSON TRANSFERRING FEE TITLE SHOULD INQUIRE ABOUT THE PERSON’S RIGHTS, IF ANY, UNDER ORS 195.300, 195.301 AND 195.305 TO 195.336 AND SECTIONS 5 TO 11, CHAPTER 424, OREGON LAWS 2007, SECTIONS 2 TO 9 AND 17, CHAPTER 855, OREGON LAWS 2009, AND SECTIONS 2 TO 7, CHAPTER 8, OREGON LAWS 2010. BEFORE SIGNING OR ACCEPTING THIS INSTRUMENT, THE PERSON ACQUIRING FEE TITLE TO SUCH PROPERTY SHOULD CHECK WITH THE APPROPRIATE CITY OR COUNTY PLANNING DEPARTMENT TO VERIFY THAT THE UNIT OF LAND BEING TRANSFERRED IS A LAWFULLY ESTABLISHED LOT OR PARCEL, AS DEFINED IN ORS 92.010 OR 215.010, TO VERIFY THE APPROVED USES OF THE LOT OR PARCEL, TO VERIFY THE EXISTENCE OF FIRE PROTECTION FOR STRUCTURES AND TO INQUIRE ABOUT THE RIGHTS OF NEIGHBORING PROPERTY OWNERS, IF ANY, UNDER ORS 195.300, 195.301 AND 195.305 TO 195.336 AND SECTIONS 5 TO 11, CHAPTER 424, OREGON LAWS 2007, SECTIONS 2 TO 9 AND 17, CHAPTER 855, OREGON LAWS 2009, AND SECTIONS 2 TO 7, CHAPTER 8, OREGON LAWS 2010.
Oregon. For so long as Employee resides in Oregon and is subject to Oregon law, the restrictions in Paragraph 3(e) and (f) shall only apply if Employee: (a) is engaged in administrative, executive or professional work and performs predominantly intellectual, managerial, or creative tasks, exercises discretion and independent judgment and earns a salary or is otherwise exempt from Oregon's minimum wage and overtime laws; (b) the Company has a "protectable interest" (meaning, access to trade secrets or competitively sensitive confidential business or professional information); and (c) the total amount of the Employee's annual gross salary and commission, calculated on an annual basis, at the time of the Employee's termination, exceeds the median family income for a family of four, as determined by the United States Census Bureau. However, if Employee does not meet requirements of either (a) or (c) (or both), the Company may, on a case-by-case basis, decide to make Paragraphs 3(e) and (f) enforceable as to Employee (as allowed by Oregon law), but paying the Employee during the period of time the Employee is restrained from competing the greater of: (i) compensation equal to at least 50 percent of the Employee’s annual gross base salary and commissions at the time of the Employee’s termination; or (ii) fifty percent of the median family income for a four-person family, as determined by the United States Census Bureau for the most recent year available at the time of the Employee’s termination. Wisconsin: For so long as Employee resides in Wisconsin and is subject to Wisconsin law: (a) Employee’s nondisclosure obligation in Paragraph 2 shall extend for a period of three (3) years after Employee’s termination as to Confidential Information that does not qualify for protection as a trade secret. Trade Secret information shall be protected from disclosure as long as the information at issue continues to qualify as a trade secret; (b) Paragraph 8 shall not apply; and (c) Paragraph 3(a) and (b) is rewritten as follows: “While employed and for a period of one (1) year from the date of the termination of Employee’s employment, I will not participate in soliciting any Covered Employee of the Company that is in a Sensitive Position to leave the employment of the Company on behalf of (or for the benefit of) a Competing Business nor will I knowingly assist a Competing Business in efforts to hire a Covered Employee away from the Company. As used in this paragraph, an employee is a...
Oregon. Each party consents and submits to the jurisdiction and venue of any local, state, or federal court located in Multnomah County, Oregon.
Oregon. We have established suitability standards for Oregon investors, which require such investors to have either (i) a minimum annual gross income of at least $80,000 and a minimum net worth of at least $80,000 (exclusive of automobile, home and home furnishings) or (ii) a net worth of at least $280,000 (exclusive of automobile, home and home furnishings). Additionally, an Oregon investor’s total investment in us shall not exceed 10% of his or her liquid net worth. Liquid net worth is defined as that portion of net worth consisting of cash, cash equivalents and readily marketable securities.
Oregon. With respect to any Individual Property located in the State of Oregon, as used in this Agreement, the termEnvironmental Laws” shall also include the applicable provisions of ORS Chapters 459, 459a (dealing with solid waste management, reuse and recycling); 465, 466 (dealing with hazardous waste and hazardous materials); 467 (noise control); 468 (environmental quality, generally); 468a (air quality); 468b (water quality) and all present and future rules and regulations promulgated under any or all of the foregoing. Prudential Loan Nos. 706109321 - 706109336 and 706109394 CNL BV Portfolio Second Amended and Restated Loan Agreement
Oregon. (a) Oregon State University, Corvallis;
Oregon. “If a Covered Part has a Covered Breakdown at any time outside of Claims Department regular business hours, You may take one of the following steps: Wait until regular business hours and then follow the normal claims procedure outlined above; or Authorize and pay for any teardown or diagnostic time needed to determine whether Your Vehicle has a Covered Breakdown. If You reasonably determine that You have a Covered Breakdown and You choose to have Your Vehicle repaired, You are responsible for paying the repair. You must then call the Obligor during the next available regular business hours so that the Obligor may determine whether there was a Covered Breakdown, then We will pay You in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Contract.” Rhode Island