Outside Sample Clauses

Outside. All hours that an employee is authorized or required to work in excess of eight (8) hours in any one (1) day or shift or in excess of forty (40) hours in any work-week shall be considered overtime and paid at the rates established below.
Search the Best Contracts

Draft contracts faster by searching through millions of contracts from the best law firms across all industries.

30+ Reviews on G2 Crowd
nixon-peabody.svg
casio.svg
baker-mckenzie.svg
p-morgan.svg
stanford-university.svg
klgates-logo.svg
harvard-university.svg
dentons.svg
Outside. Articles 15.01 and 15.02 notwithstanding, the City may continue to establish and operate schedules of working hours, other than provided above, for more efficient or safer performance of certain parts of the City’s work, provided that such schedules do not exceed eight (8) hours per day and five (5) days per week.
Outside. Rugs, mops, rags, and dusters must not be shaken out of windows, doors, or in common areas of the residential property. Nothing may be thrown from or placed on, hung on, or affixed to the inside or outside of windows, doors, balconies, or the exterior parts of the residential property. An awning, antenna, satellite dish, cable, or wire must not be installed on the residential property. A barbecue must not be used on or in the rental unit or stored on a balcony without the prior written consent of the landlord. A chiminea or outdoor wood-burning stove may not be used without the landlord's prior written consent.REPAIRS. Landlord’s obligations: The landlord must provide and maintain the residential property in a reasonable state of decoration and repair, suitable for occupation by a tenant. The landlord must comply with health, safety, and housing standards required by law. If the landlord is required to make a repair to comply with the above obligations, the tenant may discuss it with the landlord. If the landlord refuses to make the repair, the tenant may apply for dispute resolution under the Act for the completion and costs of the repair. Tenant’s obligations: The tenant must maintain reasonable health, cleanliness, and sanitary standards throughout the rental unit and the residential property to which the tenant has access. The tenant must take the necessary steps to repair damage to the residential property caused by the actions or neglect of the tenant or a person permitted on the residential property by that tenant. The tenant is not responsible for repairs for reasonable wear and tear to the residential property. If the tenant does not comply with the above obligations within a reasonable time, the landlord may discuss the matter with the tenant and may apply for dispute resolution under the Act for the cost of repairs, serve a Notice to End Tenancy, or both. Emergency Repairs: The landlord must post and maintain in a conspicuous place on the residential property, or give to the tenant in writing, the name and telephone number of the designated contact person for emergency repairs. If emergency repairs are required, the tenant must make at least two attempts to telephone the designated contact person, and then give the landlord reasonable time to complete the repairs. If the emergency repairs are still required, the tenant may undertake the repairs, and claim reimbursement from the landlord, provided a statement of account and receipts are given to ...
Outside. The normal regular full-time work-day shall consist of eight (8) hours of work within an eight and one-half (8½) hour period between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Outside. Rugs, mops, rags and dusters shall not be shaken out of windows, doors or common areas of the premises. Nothing shall be thrown from, or placed, or hung on, or affixed to the outside of the windows, doors, balconies, or to the exterior parts of the buildings. Awnings, aerials and cables or wires shall not be installed, and barbecues shall not be used, on or in the premises without the prior consent of the landlord.
Outside. Rugs, mops, rags and dusters shall not be shaken out of windows, doors. or in common areas of the residential property. Nothing shall be thrown from or placed on or hung on or affixed to the inside or outside of windows, doors, balconies. or the exterior parts of the building. Awnings, aerials and cables or wires shall not be installed on the residential property. Barbecues shall not be used on or in the premises without the prior written consent of the landlord. No bicycles or barbecues shall be stored on the balconies.
Outside. Activities.
Outside. AstraZeneca shall provide to MAP a [***] report of its commercialization efforts relating to Licensed Products in [***], if there are any such efforts to report, during each [***] during the Term within [***] days after the end of such [***]. CERTAIN CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT, MARKED BY BRACKETS, IS FILED WITH THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION PURSUANT TO RULE 24B-2 OF THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934, AS AMENDED.
Outside. Collect all litter and dispose of it in the dumpster.14. The applicant agrees to indemnify, save and hold free and harmless, the City of Barron, its officers, agents and employees, from and against all claims, demands, loss, liability, cost or expense of any kind or nature whatsoever which the City or its officers, agents or employees, or any of them may sustain or incur, or that may be imposed upon any of them, or to the rental, use and occupancy of the Barron Municipal Buildings provided herein.