Other communication Sample Clauses

Other communication. Other communication between the Parties may also be effected by other means such as e-mail with acknowledgement of receipt, which fulfils the conditions of written form. Any change of persons or contact details shall be notified immediately by the respective Party to the Coordinator. The address list shall be accessible to all concerned.
Other communication. Other communication between the Parties may also be effected by other means, such as e‐mail with acknowledgement of receipt, which fulfils the conditions of written form.
Other communication. Any other communication between the Parties may also be effected by other means allowing a permanent storage including by e-mail.
Other communication. It is anticipated that e-mail or other electronic communication will transpire between the Partiesin addition to formal written communication. The Service Provider may request concurrence with its planned activities by any means of communication, but under no circumstances shall a lack of response by the Client be deemed acceptance of the Service Provider’s request. The Client shall respond to any requests by the Service Provider within ten (10) days of such written requests. Approval of all requests by the Client must be documented in a written format. This paragraph is intended to govern routine operations not covered by other paragraphs of this Contract; changes to any part of this Contract can be made only by an amendment to this Contract, duly executed by authorized representatives of both Parties.
Other communication. Other non-legal communications between the Parties may also be effected by other means such as e-mail with acknowledgement of receipt (e.g. minutes).
Other communication. Communication in accordance with clause 4.2 b) may basically only be used in emergency sit- uations when communication in accordance with clause 4.2 a) is technical impossible. Energinet shall on a current basis record the Gas Supplier's status with respect to his choice of communication in the Register of Players.
Other communication. A. All public communications regarding Centennial Care 2.0 initiated by an MCO must be submitted to HSD for review and approval at least thirty (30) calendar days prior to issuance of the communication.
Other communication. Other communication between the Parties may also be effected by other means such as e- mail with acknowledgement of receipt, which fulfils the conditions of written form. Any change of persons or contact details shall be notified immediately by the respective Party to the Coordinator. The address list shall be accessible to all Parties. Assignment and amendments Except as set out in Section 8.3, no rights or obligations of the Parties arising from this Consortium Agreement may be assigned or transferred, in whole or in part, to any third party without the other Partiesprior formal approval. Amendments and modifications to the text of this Consortium Agreement not explicitly listed in Section 6.3.1.2 (LP) require a separate written agreement to be signed between all Parties. Mandatory national law Nothing in this Consortium Agreement shall be deemed to require a Party to breach any mandatory statutory law under which the Party is operating.
Other communication other communication between the Parties may also be effected by other means such as email with acknowledgement of receipt (e.g. Steering Committee Minutes).
Other communication. If the Participant moves out of the subsidized unit, is placed in a facility, arrested, deceased, or otherwise not in the unit, County agrees to notify BCHA within 24 hours of becoming aware of the incident. Notification via e-mail is an acceptable method of notification. Indemnification/Governmental Immunity Nothing in this MOU is intended to serve as a waiver of sovereign immunity by any party nor will anything included in this MOU be construed as consent to be sued by third parties in any matter arising out of this MOU or any other contract. BCHA is a state agency or political subdivision as defined in Chapter 768.28, Florida Statutes, and will be fully responsible for acts or omissions of its agents or employees to the extent permitted by law.