Policy or Policies Sample Clauses

Policy or Policies. Policy or Policies means Golden State’s specified in-force policies as of the Effective Date, issued or directly assumed by Golden State. A list of the Policies shall be attached to this Agreement as Exhibit 1.19. For avoidance of doubt, the Exhibit
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Policy or Policies. Each or all of those insurance policies, including any endorsements, riders or schedules, issued, coinsured or assumed by the Company that are (a) identified by policy number and policyholder name on the Policy Schedule 1.12 delivered at Closing, as may be revised from time to time by mutual agreement of the parties, and (b) in force and effect in accordance with the terms of the Policy as of the Coinsurance Effective Date or reinstated in accordance with the terms of the Policy on or after the Coinsurance Effective Date.
Policy or Policies. Each or all of those insurance policies issued by the Company that are (a) identified by policy number and policyholder name on the Policy Schedule referred to in Schedule A attached hereto and incorporated herein, as may be revised from time to time by mutual agreement of the parties, and (b) in force and effect as of the Closing Date.
Policy or Policies the Long Term Disability insurance policy or policies that are (i) underwritten and issued or renewed by the Client Company and reinsured by the Reinsurer under the Treaties.
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Related to Policy or Policies

  • Other Policies All other matters relating to the employment of the Employee not specifically addressed in this Agreement shall be subject to the general policies regarding executive employees of the Company as in effect from time to time.

  • Policy Because the volume of human genomic and phenotypic data maintained in these repositories is substantial and, in some instances, potentially sensitive (e.g., data related to the presence or risk of developing particular diseases or conditions and information regarding family relationships or ancestry), data must be shared in a manner consistent with the research participants’ informed consent, and the confidentiality of the data and the privacy of participants must be protected. Access to human genomic data will be provided to research investigators who, along with their institutions, have certified their agreement with the expectations and terms of access detailed below. NIH expects that, through Data Access Request (DAR) process, approved users of controlled-access datasets recognize any restrictions on data use established by the Submitting Institutions through the Institutional Certification, and as stated on the dbGaP study page. Definitions of the underlined terminology in this document are found in section 13. The parties to this Agreement include: the Principal Investigator (PI) requesting access to the genomic study dataset (an “Approved User”), the PI’s home institution (the “Requester”) as represented by the Institutional Signing Official designated through the eRA Commons system, and the NIH. The effective date of this Agreement shall be the DAR Approval Date, as specified in the notification of approval of the Data Access Committee (DAC).

  • R&W Policy Concurrently with the execution and delivery of this Agreement, Buyers have delivered to Sellers’ Representative a duly executed binder agreement (the “Binder Agreement”) by and between Buyers and AIG Specialty Insurance Company, an Illinois corporation, with respect to the delivery of an insurance policy with respect to the representations and warranties of Sellers under this Agreement (the “R&W Policy”) at the Closing, which Binder Agreement shall not be amended in a manner that adversely affects Sellers without the prior written consent of Sellers’ Representative (such consent not to be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed); provided, that the parties hereto agree that any version of the R&W Policy and Binder Agreement delivered to Sellers’ Representative shall not include Annex A or Annex B referenced therein. Buyers and its Affiliates shall not amend, waive, or otherwise modify the subrogation provision under the R&W Policy in any manner that would allow the insurer thereunder to subrogate or otherwise make or bring any action against the Sellers (other than any claim for Fraud of any Seller). The policy provider of the R&W Policy has agreed that the R&W Policy will expressly provide that the policy provider shall not have the right to, and will not, pursue any subrogation rights or contribution rights or any other claims against any Seller or any of the Sellers’ Parties in connection with any claim made by any Buyers’ Indemnified Party thereunder, other than for Fraud, and that such provision of the insurance policy may not be amended without the prior written consent of Sellers’ Representative. Sellers shall pay, cause to be paid or reimburse Buyers for all costs and expenses related to the R&W Policy, including the total premium, underwriting costs, brokerage commissions, and other fees and expenses of such policy, provided that such amounts shall be without duplication to those otherwise included in Transaction Expenses.

  • Umbrella Policies Contractor may satisfy basic coverage limits through any combination of basic coverage and umbrella insurance.

  • Employer Policies Employees shall be governed by written policies adopted by the Employer as publicized on bulletin boards, or by general distribution, provided such policies are not in conflict with the provisions of this Agreement.

  • 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 policy upon notice of cancellation due to non-payment of premiums; (vii) in the event any insurance policy (except for general public and other liability and workers compensation insurance) shall contain breach of warranty provisions, such policy shall provide that with respect to the interest of Lender, such insurance policy shall not be invalidated by and shall insure Lender regardless of (A) any act, failure to act or negligence of or violation of warranties, declarations or conditions contained in such policy by any named insured, (B) the occupancy or use of the premises for purposes more hazardous than permitted by the terms thereof, or (C) any foreclosure or other action or proceeding taken by Lender pursuant to any provision of the Loan Documents; and (viii) be satisfactory in form and substance to Lender and approved by Lender as to amounts, form, risk coverage, deductibles, loss payees and insureds. Borrower shall pay the premiums for such Policies (the “Insurance Premiums”) as the same become due and payable and furnish to Lender evidence of the renewal of each of the Policies together with (unless such Insurance Premiums have been paid by Lender pursuant to Section 3.3 hereof) receipts for or other evidence of the payment of the Insurance Premiums reasonably satisfactory to Lender. If Borrower does not furnish such evidence and receipts at least thirty (30) days prior to the expiration of any expiring Policy, then Lender may, but shall not be obligated to, procure such insurance and pay the Insurance Premiums therefor, and Borrower shall reimburse Lender for the cost of such Insurance Premiums promptly on demand, with interest accruing at the Default Rate. Borrower shall deliver to Lender a certified copy of each Policy within thirty (30) days after its effective date. Within thirty (30) days after request by Lender, Borrower shall obtain such increases in the amounts of coverage required hereunder as may be reasonably requested by Lender, taking into consideration changes in the value of money over time, changes in liability laws, changes in prudent customs and practices, and the like.

  • Workers’ Compensation Coverage Consultant certifies that Consultant has qualified for workers’ compensation as required by the State of Oregon. Consultant shall provide the Owner, within ten (10) days after execution of this Agreement, a certificate of insurance evidencing coverage of all subject workers under Oregon’s workers’ compensation statutes. The insurance certificate and policy shall indicate that the policy shall not be terminated by the insurance carrier without thirty (30) days’ advance written notice to City. All agents or Consultants of Consultant shall maintain such insurance.

  • Retiree Insurance 12.1 Employees who retire must meet the following conditions at the time of retirement in order to be eligible for the Employer contributions, listed in Sections 12.2 through 12.5 below, toward a health insurance plan offered by the Employer:

  • Crime Insurance Contractor shall maintain during the term of the Contract Crime Insurance on a “loss sustained form” or “loss discovered form,” and coverage must include the following:  The policy must allow for reporting of circumstances or incidents that might give rise to future claims.  The policy must include an extended reporting period of no less than one (1) year with respect to events which occurred but were not reported during the term of the policy.  Any warranties required by the Contractor’s insurer as a result of this Contract must be disclosed and complied with. Said insurance shall extend coverage to include the principals (all directors, officers, agents and employees) of the Contractor as a result of this Contract.  The policy shall include coverage for third party fidelity and name “The People of the State of New York, the New York State Office of General Services, any entity authorized by law or regulation to use this Contract as an Authorized User and their officers, agents, and employees” as “Loss Payees” for all third party coverage secured. This requirement applies to both primary and excess liability policies, as applicable.  The policy shall not contain a condition requiring an arrest and conviction.  The policy shall include coverage for computer crime/fraud.

  • Umbrella Insurance During the term of this Contract, Supplier will maintain umbrella coverage over Employer’s Liability, Commercial General Liability, and Commercial Automobile. Minimum Limits: $2,000,000