Ownership, Rights, and Responsibilities Sample Clauses

Ownership, Rights, and Responsibilities. 1. Independent Efforts A work made in the course of independent efforts is the property of the unit member, who has the right to determine the disposition of such work and net proceeds derived from such work. Unit members are solely responsible for works created through independent efforts. Independent efforts remain subject to the requirements and prohibitions of the Alaska Executive Branch Ethics Act.
Ownership, Rights, and Responsibilities. 1.1 The Photographer will document the events in a candid manner and take portrait and group shots as discussed with the client.
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  • Rights and Responsibilities This Agreement is our standard service agreement. Under this Agreement, we agree to provide and xxxx for Service, and you agree to use and pay for Service, as provided herein and in our other applicable Terms of Service. Our rights and responsibilities, and your rights and responsibilities, are as set forth in this Agreement and our other applicable Terms of Service.

  • UNION RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES 5:01 The Union shall notify the Employer in writing of the appointment of Shop Stewards, who shall be qualified tradesmen, and preference shall be given to appointing only those Employees of long term standing.

  • EMPLOYEE RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES 1. The County has the right to require an employee to undergo a drug and/or alcohol test when there is reasonable suspicion to indicate the employee has used and/or the presence of a substance which violates these policies, causes the employee to pose a hazard to the safety of the employee, the public, or other employees. However, an employee may be required to undergo a re-examination drug and/or alcohol test as provided in Section J.2. of this policy.

  • MANAGEMENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES The Employer through its designated management personnel or agents has the right and responsibility, except as expressly modified by this Agreement, to control, change, and supervise all operations and to direct and assign work to all working forces. Such rights and responsibilities shall include by way of illustration but shall not be limited to: the selection and hiring, training, discipline and discharge, classification, reclassification, layoff, promotion and demotion or transfer of employees; the establishment of work schedules; the allocation of all financial and other resources; the control and regulation of the use of all equipment and other property of the Employer. The Employer shall determine the methods, technological means and qualifications of personnel by and for which operations are to be carried out. The Employer shall take whatever action as may be necessary to carry out its rights in any emergency situation. Application of this Article shall not preclude the use of the grievance procedure as established in this Agreement.

  • BOARD RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES A. The Board, on its own behalf and on behalf of the electors of the District, hereby retains and reserves unto itself, without limitation, all powers, rights, authority, duties and responsibilities conferred upon and vested in it by the laws and the Constitutions of the State of Michigan, and of the United States, including, but without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the right;

  • ASSOCIATION RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES The Association shall have, in addition to other rights expressly set forth or provided by statute, the following rights:

  • Roles and Responsibilities The following federal departments and agencies have identified an interest in the Project, and will participate in the federal review as follows: • The CEA Agency will exercise the powers and perform the duties and functions of the Responsible Authorities (RAs) in relation to the Project pursuant to the former CEAA until the Minister of the Environment is provided with the comprehensive study report, including those requirements of the Species at Risk Act set out subsection 11.01(3) of the former CEAA. In addition, the CEA Agency has administrative responsibilities pursuant to the former CEAA in support of the EA. The CEA Agency will act as the EA Manager and as the Crown Consultation Coordinator (CCC) for the EA in relation to the Project, and will coordinate federal input into the provincial EA, to the extent possible; • DFO has regulatory and statutory responsibilities under the Fisheries Act and, pursuant to the former CEAA, is a RA. DFO requires that a complete application for a Fisheries Act authorization be submitted during the EA phase to confirm whether there is a Fisheries Act trigger. In order to meet the regulatory timelines set out in this Agreement for a review under the Fisheries Act, the information requested in the application must be submitted to DFO at the latest, concurrent with the submission of the draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). DFO may be in possession of specialist or expert information or knowledge with respect to the Project and, on request, shall make available that information or knowledge to the CEA Agency; • EC has regulatory and statutory responsibilities under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA, 1999) and, pursuant to the former CEAA, is an RA. EC may be in possession of specialist or expert information or knowledge with respect to the Project and, on request, shall make available that information or knowledge to the CEA Agency; • TC has regulatory and statutory responsibilities under the Navigable Waters Protection Act (NWPA) and, pursuant to the former CEAA, is an RA. TC requires that all the information described in the NWPA application form for a review under the NWPA be submitted during the EA phase to confirm whether there is a NWPA trigger. In order to meet the regulatory timelines set out in this Agreement for a review under the NWPA, the information described in the NWPA application form must be submitted to TC at the latest, concurrent with the submission of the EIS, and the Navigation Impact Assessment (NIA) has to be completed as a component of the EA. TC may be in possession of specialist or expert information or knowledge with respect to the Project and, on request, shall make available that information or knowledge to the CEA Agency; • Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) may provide financial assistance in the form of a loan guarantee to the Project and, pursuant to the former CEAA, is an RA. NRCan may be in possession of specialist or expert information or knowledge with respect to the Project and, on request, shall make available that information or knowledge to the CEA Agency; • Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) has advisory responsibilities to support the Government of Canada’s Aboriginal consultation activities in relation to the Project; • Industry Canada (IC), the Parks Canada Agency (PC), the Department of National Defence (DND) and Health Canada (HC) are federal authorities (FAs) pursuant to the former CEAA and may be in possession of specialist or expert information or knowledge with respect to the Project (expert FAs) and, upon request, shall make available that information or knowledge to the CEA Agency; and • The MPMO has administrative and advisory responsibilities under the Cabinet Directive on Improving the Performance of the Regulatory System for Major Resource Projects and the associated Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The MPMO will provide oversight and advice throughout the entire federal review in relation to the Project to ensure adherence to the service standards and roles and responsibilities of all Parties. For further information regarding the roles and responsibilities of the Parties, please see Annexes III, IV and V.

  • RESTRICTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES 2.1 Customer will not, directly or indirectly: reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble or otherwise attempt to discover the source code, object code or underlying structure, ideas, know-how or algorithms relevant to the Services or any software, documentation or data related to the Services (“Software”); modify, translate, or create derivative works based on the Services or any Software (except to the extent expressly permitted by Company or authorized within the Services); use the Services or any Software for timesharing or service bureau purposes or otherwise for the benefit of a third; or remove any proprietary notices or labels.

  • Powers and Responsibilities The powers and responsibilities of the Partner Performance Committee and its Chairman individually shall be limited to those powers and responsibilities set forth expressly elsewhere in this Agreement (including, without limitation, in Sections 4.1, 4.3 and 8.3); provided, however, that the General Partner may delegate in writing such further power and responsibilities to the Partner Performance Committee or its Chairman as it shall deem necessary, advisable or appropriate in its sole and absolute discretion from time to time, which delegation may be set forth in this Agreement, as an amendment hereto (which shall not require the vote or approval of any Limited Partner) or a resolution duly adopted by the General Partner.

  • Position and Responsibilities During the period of Executive's employment hereunder, Executive agrees to serve as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Holding Company. The Executive shall render administrative and management services to the Holding Company such as are customarily performed by persons in a similar executive capacity. During said period, Executive also agrees to serve, if elected, as an officer or director of any subsidiary of the Holding Company.