Periodicity Sample Clauses

Periodicity. In the course of the Project, the Partners may have, in respect of the provisions hereabove, to disclose some of their proprietary informations to each other or to the respective subcontractors who will use these informations as far as it will be necessary to carry out the Project, as well as keeping them informed of the study progress, work and test incumbent on him specifically in the scope of the Project.
Periodicity. The chairman shall organise at least one (1) meeting of the General Assembly each Year for which he shall set the agenda. This agenda will be send to the Members one week before the meeting. The General Assembly shall also meet if so requested by at least two (2) of the representatives who shall propose an agenda to the chairman. The meetings will be remotely accessible, and representatives will be able to either vote in advance or to delegate their voting rights to another representative should they not be able to attend. Meetings will be held regardless of the number of Member representatives present.
Periodicity. This technical board meets as often as necessary, and not less than three (3) times a year. The meetings will be remotely accessible.
Periodicity. 504 The periodicity of meetings is dependent on the phase of the T2S Programme. Meetings will
Periodicity. The chairman of the Steering Committee shall organise at least one (1) meeting each Year of the Steering Committee for which he shall set the agenda. This agenda will be send to the Partners one week before the meeting. The Steering Committee shall also meet if so requested by at least two (2) of the representatives who shall propose an agenda to the chairman. The meetings will be remotely accessible. Meetings will be held regardless of the number of Partner representatives present.
Periodicity. Rent shall be payable, excluding VAT, per calendar quarter and in advance, in four equal installments on the first (1st) day of March, the first (1st) day of June, the first (1st) day of September, and the first (1st) day of December of each year.
Periodicity. For the purposes of this Agreement, periodicity is defined when the instrument has estimates based on cash transactions and that trades at least 80% of the working days corresponding to one (1) year.

Related to Periodicity

  • Periodic 1. Immediately furnish all material information regarding any violation of the code of ethics by any person who would be considered an Access Person under GuideStone Funds and GuideStone Capital Management’s code of ethics, if such person were not subject to the Sub-Adviser’s code of ethics.

  • Periodic Reviews To ensure the corporation operates in a manner consistent with charitable purposes and does not engage in activities that could jeopardize its tax-exempt status, periodic reviews shall be conducted. The periodic reviews shall, at a minimum, include the following subjects:

  • Periodic Review The General Counsel shall periodically review the Procurement Integrity Procedures with OSC personnel in order to ascertain potential areas of exposure to improper influence and to adopt desirable revisions for more effective avoidance of improper influences.

  • Periodic Risk Assessment Provider further acknowledges and agrees to conduct periodic risk assessments and remediate any identified security and privacy vulnerabilities in a timely manner.

  • Monthly Not later than the 20th calendar day (or, if such day is not a Business Day, on the next succeeding Business Day) of each calendar month (other than January, April, July and October in each year) and commencing in February 2019, the Issuer shall compile and make available (or cause to be compiled and made available) to each Rating Agency, the Trustee, the Collateral Manager, the Initial Purchaser, any Holder shown on the Register of a Note and any beneficial owner of a Note who has delivered a Beneficial Ownership Certificate to the Trustee a monthly report on a settlement date basis (except as otherwise expressly provided in this Indenture) (each such report a “Monthly Report”). As used herein, the “Monthly Report Determination Date” with respect to any calendar month will be the tenth Business Day prior to the 20th calendar day of such calendar month. The Monthly Report for a calendar month shall contain the following information with respect to the Collateral Obligations and Eligible Investments included in the Assets, and shall be determined as of the Monthly Report Determination Date for such calendar month:

  • Quarterly For quarterly certifications, as of the last day of each Fiscal Quarter.

  • Reviews (a) During the term of this Agreement and for 7 years after the term of this Agreement, the HSP agrees that the LHIN or its authorized representatives may conduct a Review of the HSP to confirm the HSP’s fulfillment of its obligations under this Agreement. For these purposes the LHIN or its authorized representatives may, upon 24 hours’ Notice to the HSP and during normal business hours enter the HSP’s premises to:

  • Weekly 262. An employee whose compensation is fixed on a weekly basis shall be paid bi-weekly for work performed during the bi-weekly payroll period. There shall be no compensation for time not worked unless such time off is authorized time off with pay.

  • Monthly MWBE Contractor Compliance Report A. In accordance with 5 NYCRR § 142.10, Contractor is required to report Monthly MWBE Contractor Compliance to OGS during the term of the Contract for the preceding month’s activity, documenting progress made towards achievement of the Contract MWBE goals. OGS requests that all Contractors use the New York State Contract System (“NYSCS”) to report subcontractor and supplier payments made by Contractor to MWBEs performing work under the Contract. The NYSCS may be accessed at xxxxx://xx.xxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx/. This is a New York State- based system that all State agencies and authorities will be implementing to ensure uniform contract compliance reporting throughout New York State.

  • Periodic Due Diligence Review Seller and Guarantor acknowledge that Buyer has the right to perform continuing due diligence reviews with respect to Seller and Guarantor and the Assets, for purposes of verifying compliance with the representations, warranties and specifications made hereunder, or otherwise, and Seller and Guarantor agree that upon reasonable (but no less than five (5) Business Day’s) prior notice unless an Event of Default shall have occurred, in which case no notice is required, to Seller or Guarantor, Buyer or its authorized representatives will be permitted during normal business hours, and in a manner that does not unreasonably interfere with the ordinary conduct of Seller’s or Guarantor’s business, to examine, inspect, and make copies and extracts of, any and all documents, records, agreements, instruments or information relating to such Assets in the possession or under the control of Seller or Guarantor. Seller and Guarantor also shall make available to Buyer a knowledgeable financial or accounting officer for the purpose of answering questions respecting the Assets. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, Seller and Guarantor acknowledge that Buyer may enter into a Transaction related to any Purchased Assets from Seller based solely upon the information provided by Seller to Buyer in the Asset Schedule and the representations, warranties and covenants contained herein, and that Buyer, at its option, has the right at any time to conduct a partial or complete due diligence review on some or all of the Assets related to a Transaction. Seller and Guarantor agree to cooperate with Buyer and any third party underwriter in connection with such underwriting, including, but not limited to, providing Buyer and any third party underwriter with access to any and all documents, records, agreements, instruments or information relating to such Purchased Assets in the possession, or under the control, of Seller or Guarantor.