Permitted Access Sample Clauses

Permitted Access. The Consultant’s employees, agents and subcontractors must receive prior, written approval from the City before being granted access to the City’s information technology infrastructure and data and the City, in its sole determination, shall determine accessibility and limitations thereto. The Consultant agrees that the requirements of this Section shall be incorporated into all subcontractor/subconsultant agreements entered into by the Consultant. It is further agreed that a violation of this Section shall be deemed to cause irreparable harm that justifies injunctive relief in court. A violation of this Section may result in immediate termination of this Agreement without notice.
Permitted Access. Attached hereto as Schedule “E” is a list of persons authorized by the Grantee to access the Easement Lands on the Grantee’s behalf. The Grantee will provide written notice to the Grantor of any amendments to the list of persons authorized to access the Easement Lands on its behalf and Schedule “E” will be deemed to be amended to reflect such changes upon receipt of such notice by the Grantor. Attached hereto as Schedule “F” is a list of persons authorized by the Grantor to access and use the Easement Lands on its behalf. The Grantor will provide written notice to the Grantee of any amendments to the list of persons authorized to access the Easement Lands on its behalf and Schedule “F” will be deemed to be amended to reflect such changes upon receipt of such notice by the Grantee.
Permitted Access. For purposes of this Agreement, an "employee" of Customer is any person who would be deemed such by the Internal Revenue Service and who performs at least twenty (20) hours of work per week for Customer. Customer acknowledges that only users who license the Reports or Software directly from COMPS, or those users' employees, are authorized to access the Reports or Software. Customer will ensure that access to and use of the Reports and Software is available only to employees needing such access, and that such use is conducted in a proper and legal manner. EXCEPT AS PERMITTED BY COMPS OR THIS AGREEMENT, CUSTOMER WILL NOT ALLOW NON EMPLOYEES ACCESS TO THE REPORTS OR SOFTWARE FOR ANY REASON.
Permitted Access. You may not use the Software and may not accept the Terms if you are not of legal age to form a binding contract with Sitecore. If you are using the Software on behalf of any entity, you represent and warrant that you have authority to bind that entity to the Terms and by accepting the Terms, you are doing so on behalf of that entity (and all references to “you” in the Terms refer to that entity).
Permitted Access. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement and to payment of the applicable SaaS Fees, Heyday grants to Client a personal, non-exclusive, non-transferable and non- assignable right to allow Client’s Users to remotely access and use the Software on a non- concurrent (named user) basis in accordance with the parameters set out in this Agreement and the Business Terms. Such access is for the sole purpose of Client’s online automated customer engagement and, for clarity and without limitation, is not for the purposes of offering the services of the Software to others.
Permitted Access. Customer represents and warrants that only duly authorized representatives of Customer will be permitted to access the Processing Services and only for the uses described herein. Customer Users will be required to register and receive a login ID and password before accessing the Processing Services. After the initial registration, Customer will ensure that all additional users are authorized and receive login IDs and passwords. RelayHealth is entitled to rely upon the certification, statement, or electronic representation thereof, of Customer’s representative in providing the Processing Services to Customer. Customer will not, except as otherwise agreed to in writing, either (a) allow any third party not under the control of Customer to obtain access to the Processing Services, or (b) allow use of the Processing Services in any manner which would allow the general public access or for the benefit of any third party.
Permitted Access. The Concessionaire shall give, or cause to be given, access to the Concession Area to (i) any Government Entity exercizing any of its statutory functions on or in relation to the Concession Area, and (ii) the Grantor or its representatives or advisors for the purpose of observing the activities of the Concessionaire and/or its Contractors and/or ensuring the Concessionaire’s compliance with its obligations hereunder; provided that the Grantor or its representatives or advisors, as applicable, shall be subject to, and shall comply with, applicable safety and security procedures generally applied by the Concessionaire to individuals given access to the Project Concession Area.
Permitted Access. Each State Party will allow members of a designated Response Team established pursuant to this Convention immediate access to the area(s) where the State Party identified the Health Event, as well as other areas to which the Response Team requests access, as well as to Public Health Facilities of the State Party to allow Response Team members to assist with public health officials of that State Party with identification, isolation, mitigation and remediation of the Health Event in a manner consistent with this Convention.
Permitted Access. You will only access (or attempt to access) the System by the means described in the Documentation. You will not misrepresent or mask your identity or the identity of your client application. If Company assigns you developer credentials (e.g. client IDs), you must use them with the applicable APIs.
Permitted Access. Absent objection to any particular proposed Response Team member(s) pursuant to Article II, Section 3, each State Party agrees to allow immediate access to its jurisdiction or areas under its control in a manner consistent with its obligations of this Convention by any person identified on the roster and designated by 1 This provision anticipates that some Health Events will occur in areas with high security risks. The “reasonable assistancerequired for safe fulfillment of duties may include provision of security services. 2 These “measures” may include those required for provisory implementation pending ratification or other legal actions. the WHO Director-General to be a member of a Response Team assembled to respond to a Health Event.3