Period Sample Clauses

Period. 4.1. The period of the Contract is from and including (commencement date) (the “Commencement Date”) to and including (initial expiry date), unless it is terminated earlier or extended under clause 4.2.
Period. 4.1. The period of this Framework Agreement is from and including 1 August 2019 (the “Commencement Date”) to and including 31 July 2023 unless it is terminated earlier under Clause 4.2.
Period. 2.01The Collective Agreement will be renewed for a period of four (4) years, September 1, 2014 to August 31, 2018. All other provisions of this Collective Agreement taking effect on September 1, 2014 will remain effective up to and including August 31, 2018, and from year to year thereafter unless either party desires to change or terminate the Agreement, in which case the party desiring the change or termination shall notify the other party, in writing, at least sixty (60) days prior to September 1st of the particular year that such is its desire. Either party opening the Agreement in the manner provided above shall notify the other party, in writing, as to the changes desired.
Period. The foregoing provisions of this Section 6 shall expire on the earlier of (a) a Change of Control or (b) the closing of the Initial Public Offering.
Period. The foregoing provisions of this Section 3 will expire upon the earlier of (a) a Change of Control and (b) the effectiveness of the Company’s registration statement in connection with a Qualified Public Offering.
Period. These benefits will be provided until the earlier of: • Three years from the date of termination of Executive’s employment; • The Executive’s Normal Retirement Date (as defined in the Retirement Plan) (and, in the case of medical insurance, until Executive is eligible for Parts A and B of Medicare or their equivalent, if later); or • The date Executive obtains reasonably comparable life insurance, medical insurance, dental insurance, accident insurance, or disability insurance, as the case may be, at no greater cost to Executive than was the case at Kaydon. The three year limitation provided above will not apply if Executive: • Is age 55 or older at the time of the Change in Control; and • Is fully vested in the Retirement Plan (or would be fully vested if Executive was a participant in that Plan) at the time of the Change in Control.
Period. Each of the foregoing provisions of this Section 3 shall expire upon a Change of Control.