Passive NFFE Sample Clauses

Passive NFFE. A “Passive NFFE” means any NFFE that is not (i) an Active NFFE, or (ii) a withholding foreign partnership or withholding foreign trust pursuant to relevant U.S. Treasury Regulations.
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Passive NFFE. A “Passive NFFE” means any NFFE that is not an Active NFFE.
Passive NFFE. For purpose of completing this certification, a Passive NFFE means any NFFE that is not an Active NFFE.

Related to Passive NFFE

  • NO HARDSTOP/PASSIVE LICENSE MONITORING Unless an Authorized User is otherwise specifically advised to the contrary in writing at the time of order and prior to purchase, Contractor hereby warrants and represents that the Product and all Upgrades do not and will not contain any computer code that would disable the Product or Upgrades or impair in any way its operation based on the elapsing of a period of time, exceeding an authorized number of copies, advancement to a particular date or other numeral, or other similar self-destruct mechanisms (sometimes referred to as “time bombs,” “time locks,” or “drop dead” devices) or that would permit Contractor to access the Product to cause such disablement or impairment (sometimes referred to as a “trap door” device). Contractor agrees that in the event of a breach or alleged breach of this provision that Authorized User shall not have an adequate remedy at law, including monetary damages, and that Authorized User shall consequently be entitled to seek a temporary restraining order, injunction, or other form of equitable relief against the continuance of such breach, in addition to any and all remedies to which Authorized User shall be entitled.

  • Active NFFE An “Active NFFE” means any NFFE that meets any of the following criteria:

  • Political Activity Prohibited a. None of the funds, materials, property or services provided directly or indirectly under this contract shall be used for partisan political activity.

  • Outside Activity A. Although an employee may, in accordance with Article 19, Conflict of Interest/Outside Activity, engage in outside activity, including employment, pursuant to a consulting agreement, requirements that an employee waive the employee's or University's rights to any work or inventions which arise during the course of such outside activity must be approved by the President or representative.

  • WHAT WE EXCLUDE In addition to the exclusions appearing in the section "Which general exclusions apply to all of our covers?", we do not cover interruptions following: • cosmetic treatment, health cure, voluntary termination of pregnancy, in vitro fertilisation and its consequences; • depressive, mental or psychological illness without hospitalisation of less than three days; • epidemics or pandemics. WHAT WE EXCLUDE Apart from the exclusions appearing in the section “Which general exclusions apply to all our covers?", we cannot intervene or compensate if the immobilisation is due to: • running out of fuel or using the wrong fuel; • puncture; • losing, mislaying, theft or breakage of keys other than breakage of the key in the vehicle's steering anti-theft system; • repeated breakdowns of the same type caused by failure to repair the vehicle after our agents have initially intervened during the month preceding the event; • air conditioning problems and breakdowns; • unless stated otherwise in the policy, damage to bodywork that does not result in immobilisation of the vehicle; • consequences immobilising the vehicle for servicing; • Failures of alarm systems not fitted as standard. Our cover excludes reimbursements of: • fuel costs; • personal items and effects left in and/or on the vehicle; • customs and surveillance costs other than those previously agreed on by the assistance service; • goods and animals being carried; • vehicle repair and towing costs, spare parts; • all costs other than coverage of a replacement vehicle within the limits provided for in the Schedule of Cover. Immobilisation of the following vehicles is excluded from replacement vehicle cover: • motorcycles under 125 cc; • mopeds, scooters; • luggage trailers of a gross vehicle weight of more than 750 kg; • non-standard trailers and all trailers other than those intended for carrying luggage, as well as boat trailers and vehicle-carrying trailers; • registered motorised quadricycles driven without a licence; • vehicles intended to carry people for money such as driving-school cars, ambulances, taxis, hearses and hired vehicles; • vehicles designed to carry goods and animals. should comply with the following weight and dimensions: • Maximum weight: Less than 10 kilograms Maximum dimensions: the sum of the length, width and height of the parcel must not exceed 150 centimetres. Under no circumstances can the Insurer be held liable for: • delays attributable to the transport providers selected to deliver the forgotten item. the breakage, loss, damage or theft of the forgotten Item during transportation; • consequences resulting from the nature of the forgotten item; a refusal by national or international customs to authorise the shipment of the forgotten item.

  • Reconstructive Surgery Benefits for reconstructive surgery are limited to surgical procedures that are Medically Necessary, as determined by CareFirst BlueChoice, and operative procedures performed on structures of the body to improve or restore bodily function or to correct a deformity resulting from disease, trauma, or previous therapeutic intervention.

  • Working Alone or in Isolation The Occupational Health and Safety Committee shall have the mandate to review procedures established by the Employer for checking the well-being of employees working alone or in isolation under conditions which present a risk of disabling injury where the employee might not be able to secure assistance in the event of injury. The Committee shall have the right to make recommendations to the Employer regarding such procedures.

  • Actions We May Take if You Engage in Any Restricted Activities If we believe that you’ve engaged in any of these activities, we may take a number of actions to protect PayPal, its customers and others at any time in our sole discretion. The actions we make take include, but are not limited to, the following: • Terminate this user agreement, limit your account, and/or close or suspend your account, immediately and without penalty to us; • Refuse to provide the PayPal services to you in the future; • At any time and without liability, suspend, limit or terminate your access to our websites, software, systems (including any networks and servers used to provide any of the PayPal services) operated by us or on our behalf, your PayPal account or any of the PayPal services, including limiting your ability to pay or send money with any of the payment methods linked to your PayPal account, restricting your ability to send money or make withdrawals; • Hold your money to the extent and for so long as reasonably needed to protect against the risk of liability. You acknowledge that, as a non-exhaustive guide: • PayPal’s risk of liability in respect of card-funded payments that you receive can last until the risk of a chargeback closing in favour of the payer/buyer (as determined by card scheme rules) has passed. This depends on certain factors, including, without limitation:

  • Investment Entity Wholly Owned by Exempt Beneficial Owners An Entity that is a Jersey Financial Institution solely because it is an Investment Entity, provided that each direct holder of an Equity Interest in the Entity is an exempt beneficial owner, and each direct holder of a debt interest in such Entity is either a Depository Institution (with respect to a loan made to such Entity) or an exempt beneficial owner.

  • Taxes and Fees Imposed Directly On Either Providing Party or Purchasing Party 11.2.1 Taxes and fees imposed on the providing Party, which are not permitted or required to be passed on by the providing Party to its customer, shall be borne and paid by the providing Party.

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