Policies Sample Clauses

Policies. All policies of insurance (the “Policies”) required pursuant to Section 7.1.1 above shall (i) be issued by companies approved by Lender and licensed to do business in the State, with a claims paying ability rating of “A” or better by S&P (and the equivalent by any other Rating Agency) (provided, however for multi-layered policies, (A) if four (4) or less insurance companies issue the Policies, then at least 75% of the insurance coverage represented by the Policies must be provided by insurance companies with a claims paying ability rating of “A” or better by S&P (and the equivalent by any other Rating Agency), with no carrier below “BBB” (and the equivalent by any other Rating Agency) or (B) if five (5) or more insurance companies issue the Policies, then at least sixty percent (60%) of the insurance coverage represented by the Policies must be provided by insurance companies with a claims paying ability rating of “A” or better by S&P (and the equivalent by any other Rating Agency), with no carrier below “BBB” (and the equivalent by any other Rating Agency), or a rating of A:XV or better in the current Best’s Insurance Reports; (ii) name Lender and its successors and/or assigns as their interest may appear as the mortgagee (in the case of property insurance), loss payee (in the case of business interruption/loss of rents coverage) and an additional insured (in the case of liability insurance); (iii) contain (in the case of property insurance) a Non-Contributory Standard Mortgagee Clause and a Lender’s Loss Payable Endorsement, or their equivalents, naming Lender as the person to which all payments made by such insurance company shall be paid; (iv) contain a waiver of subrogation against Lender; (v) be assigned and the originals thereof delivered to Lender; (vi) contain such provisions as Lender deems reasonably necessary or desirable to protect its interest, including (A) endorsements providing that neither Borrower, Lender nor any other party shall be a co-insurer under the Policies, (B) that Lender shall receive at least thirty (30) days’ prior written notice of any modification, reduction or cancellation of any of the Policies, (C) an agreement whereby the insurer waives any right to claim any premiums and commissions against Lender, provided that the policy need not waive the requirement that the premium be paid in order for a claim to be paid to the insured and (D) providing that Lender is permitted to make payments to effect the continuation of such ...
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Policies. Tenant shall purchase, at its own expense, and keep in force at all times during this Lease the policies of insurance described on Exhibit H attached hereto and incorporated herein (collectively, “Tenant’s Policies”). All Tenant’s Policies shall (a) be issued by an insurance company with a Best rating of excellent (A- or better) and shall be licensed to do business in the state in which the Premises is located; (b) provide that said insurance shall not be canceled or materially modified unless 30 days’ prior written notice shall have been given to Landlord; and (c) provide for deductible amounts as set forth in Exhibit H, though Landlord acknowledges that Tenant shall have the right to make reasonable changes to same from time to time in connection with comparable changes made to its overall risk management program. The Tenant’s Policies providing either or both commercial property insurance and commercial general/garage or excess liability insurance shall: (1) provide coverage on an occurrence basis, except for employee benefits liability insurance (under the garage insurance program) which may be on a claims-made basis; (2) except as otherwise specifically provided below, name all of (i) Landlord; (ii) First Industrial Realty Trust, Inc., but only during such period of time as Landlord is an entity related to, or affiliated with, First Industrial Realty Trust, Inc.; and (iii) Landlord’s lender, if applicable, as additional insureds; (3) provide coverage, to the extent reasonably insurable, for the indemnity obligations of Tenant under this Lease; (4) contain a separation of insured parties provision (under Tenant’s commercial general or excess liability policy, but not under Tenant’s commercial property insurance policy); (5) be primary, not contributing with, and not in excess of, coverage that Landlord may carry; and (6) provide coverage, with no exclusion, for a pollution incident arising from a hostile fire, and if applicable, contain a hostile fire endorsement. Certificates of Insurance and applicable endorsements, including, without limitation, an “Additional Insured-Managers or Landlords of Premises” endorsement, evidencing Tenant’s Policies shall be delivered to Landlord prior to the Commencement Date and renewals thereof shall be delivered to Landlord’s Corporate and Regional Notice Addresses (as set forth on the signature page of this Lease) within thirty (30) days of the renewal date thereof. In the event that Tenant fails, at any time or from...
Policies. All insurance policies shall be written with insurance companies and shall be in form reasonably satisfactory to Landlord. All insurance policies shall name Landlord as an additional insured and loss payee as its interest may appear and shall provide that they may not be terminated or modified in any way which would materially decrease the protection afforded Landlord under this Lease without thirty (30) days’ advance written notice to Landlord. All policies shall also contain an endorsement that Landlord, although named as an additional insured, shall nevertheless be entitled to recover for damages caused by the negligence of Tenant. The minimum limits of insurance specified in this Article IX shall in no way limit or diminish Tenant’s liability under this Lease. Upon Tenant’s default in obtaining or delivering the certificates for any such insurance or Tenant’s failure to pay the charges therefor, Landlord may, at its option, on or after the tenth (10th) day after written notice thereof is given to Tenant, procure or pay the charges for any such policy or policies and the total cost and expense (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) thereof shall be immediately paid by Tenant to Landlord as Additional Rent upon receipt of a bxxx therefor, and any amount not so paid shall bear interest at the Default Interest Rate from the date advanced. Any minimum amount of coverage specified above shall be subject to increase at any time, and from time to time, if Landlord shall reasonably deem same to be necessary for adequate protection. Within thirty (30) days after demand by Landlord that the minimum amount of any coverage be so increased, Tenant shall furnish Landlord with evidence of Tenant’s compliance with such demand. Tenant may maintain the insurance required under this Section 9 as part of a blanket policy covering all of Tenant’s property and business, provided that the coverages required under Section 9.1 are maintained.
Policies. In conjunction with Federal and State Executive Orders, the Employer and the Union agree on the need for an affirmative action approach to correct and review any inequities in the employment process. The Employer shall have and implement an affirmative action plan which requires the Employer to make special efforts to recruit, employ, retain, train, promote, encourage career development, and transfer qualified members of groups formerly excluded, even if that exclusion cannot be traced to particular discriminatory actions on the part of the Employer, and to develop, implement, and monitor affirmative action goals and timetables for hiring and/or promoting members of protected groups into job classes/categories where it has been determined that under-utilization exists.
Policies. It is the Employer's intent to make reasonable and proper provisions for the maintenance of appropriate standards of health and safety within the workplace. This shall include providing, and making available, safe medical devices, personal protective equipment, and applicable training, education and critical incident de-briefing. Training and education shall be made available during each shift and will be accessible to all employees. The Employer shall comply with applicable Federal and State health and safety legislation and regulations and has designated the University's Environmental Health and Safety Department to advise and monitor compliance with such standards. If a resolution of any dispute pertaining to this section is not reached through the assistance of EH&S, a complaint may be filed with the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries whose findings shall be binding upon both parties.
Policies. The Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) applies to all fifty-eight North Carolina community colleges and all sixteen constituent institutions of The University of North Carolina. The CAA is applicable to all North Carolina community college students who successfully complete a course designated as transferable or graduate with an A.A. or A.S. degree and transfer to a constituent institution of The University of North Carolina. The regulations for implementation of the CAA were originally approved by the Board of Governors and the State Board of Community Colleges. The Transfer Advisory Committee (TAC) oversees refinements of the regulations and minor changes. Significant changes will be brought to the Board of Governors and the State Board of Community Colleges for review at the discretion of the respective Presidents of The University of North Carolina and the North Carolina Community College System. The TAC Procedures are provided in Appendix C. Since the CAA was first established, the state of North Carolina has encouraged high school students to maximize their time by taking college coursework under various initiatives. The CAA policies extend to high school students taking college coursework through the North Carolina Community College System and/or the constituent universities of the University of North Carolina.
Policies a. The Executive agrees to comply with all generally applicable written policies applying to the Employer’s staff that may reasonably be issued by the Employer from time to time. The Executive agrees that the introduction, amendment and administration of such generally applicable written policies are within the sole discretion of the Employer. If the Employer introduces, amends or deletes such generally applicable written policies, such introduction, deletion or amendment will not constitute a constructive dismissal or breach of this Agreement. If there is a direct conflict between this Agreement and any such policy, this Agreement will prevail to the extent of the inconsistency.
Policies. Except with respect to workers' compensation and employer's liability coverages, City must be named and properly endorsed as additional insureds on all liability policies required by this section.
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