Policy schedule Sample Clauses

Policy schedule. The summary of the benefits under the policy, the premium due and any special conditions that apply. 2
Policy schedule. The schedule provided to You when You purchased this Policy, which contains Your details, details of the Vehicle and the Policy term
Policy schedule. Owner and Beneficiary As named in the Application or as later changed. See the Owner and Beneficiary Section of the Policy. Policy Number Age Sex Specimen 35 Male Policy Date Maturity Date* April 1, 1995 April 1, 2060 Policy Loan Interest Rate 5.5% THIS POLICY IS ADJUSTABLE. IF IT IS ADJUSTED, THIS SECTION 1 WILL BE CHANGED. SEE SECTION 16.
Policy schedule. 3 SECTION 1: DEFINITIONS OF IMPORTANT TERMS............................... 7-12 .
Policy schedule. Schedule I hereof lists for each Policy the following information as of the Plan Effective Date:
Policy schedule. Owner and Beneficiary As named in the Application or as later changed. See the Owner and Beneficiary Section of the Policy. Policy Number Specimen Policy Date Date of Issue Maturity Date* October 1, 1993 October 1, 1993 October 1, 2058 Policy Loan Interest Rate Death Benefit Option
Policy schedule. Policy Schedule means the document which specifies the premium amount, details of the Policyholder/You, Contract details, Policy Period, Deductible, Limit of Liability, and attached to and forming part of this Policy.
Policy schedule. Owner and Beneficiary As named in the Application or as later changed. See the Owner and Beneficiary Section of the Policy. Policy Number Age Sex Specimen 35 Male Policy Date Date of Issue Policy Class September 1, 1993 September 1, 1993 Smoker Standard Policy Loan Interest Rate Basis of Values Interest Rate 6% 4.5% Death Benefit Option 1 Schedule of Benefits 30 Payment Variable Life (LIFE) $25,000 Schedule of Annual Premiums Policy Years LIFE First 30 $499.75 Total Premium on Policy Date Annual Semi-Annual Quarterly $499.75 $257.37 $131.18 Table of Net Annual Premiums (Amount Invested; Based on Maximum Premium Charges) Beginning of Policy Year Net Premium First 30 $404.72 Annual Administrative Charge (Reflected in Net Annual Premium) $55.00 Each Net Unscheduled Payment will be equal to the Unscheduled Payment less 9%. Sex-distinct Issue Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx /s/ Secretary New England Variable Life Insurance Company

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  • Pay Schedule 49.01 The regularly scheduled pay day shall be bi-weekly, every other Friday. Pay shall be by direct deposit to the employee’s financial institute as on record with the Employer.

  • Holiday Schedule A. The Employer will determine the number and cate- gories of employees needed for holiday work and a schedule shall be posted as of the Tuesday preceding the service week in which the holiday falls.

  • Wage Schedule (a) The job classifications and rates of pay listed in the attached Wage Schedule is agreed upon by both parties and is a part of this Collective Agreement.

  • Recovery Schedule If the initial schedule or any current updates fail to reflect the Work’s actual plan or method of operation, or a contractual milestone date is more than fifteen (15) days behind, Owner may require that a recovery schedule for completion of the remaining Work be submitted. The Recovery Schedule must be submitted within seven (7) calendar days of Owner’s request. The Recovery Schedule shall describe in detail Construction Contractor’s plan to complete the remaining Work by the required Contract milestone date. The Recovery Schedule submitted shall meet the same requirements as the original Construction Schedule. The narrative submitted with the Recovery Schedule should describe in detail all changes that have been made to meet the Contract milestone dates.

  • Schedule The Work shall be performed as expeditiously as possible in conformity with the schedule requirements contained herein and in the Statement of Work. The draft and final versions of all deliverables shall be submitted by the dates specified in the Exhibit A Schedule and Project Period noted in Item No. 7 of this Agreement. It is understood and agreed that the delivery of the draft and final versions of such deliverables by the Contractor shall occur in a timely manner and in accordance with the requirements of the Exhibit A Schedule.

  • Emergency Schedule Changes The Employer may adjust an overtime-eligible employee’s workweek and work schedule without prior notice in emergencies or unforeseen operational needs.

  • Subproviders and Suppliers List Pursuant to requirements of 43 Texas Administrative Code §9.350 et seq., the Engineer must provide the State a list (Exhibit H-5/DBE or Exhibit H-6/HUB) of all Subproviders and suppliers that submitted quotes or proposals for subcontracts. This list shall include subproviders and suppliers names, addresses, telephone numbers, and type of work desired.

  • Salary Schedule A complete and accurate list (in all material respects) of the names and the current salary for each present employee of TBAY who received $1,000.00 or more in aggregate compensation from TBAY whether in salary, bonus or otherwise, during the year 2004, or who is presently scheduled to receive from TBAY a salary in excess of $1,000.00 during the fiscal year ending December 31, 2005, including in each case the amount of compensation received or scheduled to be received, and a schedule of the hourly rates of all other employees listed according to departments. All such employees are “at will” employees of TBAY. (Schedule J.)

  • PROGRESS SCHEDULE The Contractor, within ten (10) working days of receiving notice of the award of the contract, shall prepare and submit for the State's and Architect's information an estimated progress schedule for the Work. The progress schedule shall be related to the entire Project to the extent required by the Contract Documents, and shall provide for expeditious and practicable execution of the Work.

  • Compensation Schedule Vendor will be paid on a monthly basis for the Services accepted by Citizens in the preceding month according to the following tables. During a Catastrophe Deployment, Vendor may submit requests for compensation as frequently as weekly to expedite payment for the Services accepted by Citizens in the preceding period according to the following tables. Vendor agrees and acknowledges that Citizens may adjust pricing either up or down due to market conditions and any such changes will be communicated in writing to Vendor. Where provided, the Catastrophe Rate applies to Services performed pursuant to a Catastrophe Deployment. For each Adjuster deployed pursuant to a Catastrophe Deployment, Citizens will compensate Vendor at the corresponding daily Catastrophe Rate outlined below for a minimum of seven (7) days, regardless of the length of deployment. For each CAT Field Associate Adjuster or CAT Field Adjuster I deployed pursuant to a Catastrophe Deployment, Citizens will compensate Vendor for seven (7) days at the corresponding daily Catastrophe Rate outlined below, in addition to compensation set forth in Table 1A. Table 1A Task Assignment Model Rates (Fee Based on Gross Claim Dollar Amount (GCA)) Gross Claim Amount (GCA) means the lesser of the policy limits or the agreed cost to repair or replace before application of depreciation, deductible, or other applicable limits. (Not to exceed policy limits without written request and approval by Citizens.) GCA From GCA To GCA Fee $0.00 $5,000.00 $325.00 $5,000.01 $7,500.00 $525.00 $7,500.01 $10,000.00 $550.00 $10,000.01 $15,000.00 $675.00 $15,000.01 $20,000.00 $800.00 $20,000.01 $25,000.00 $825.00 $25,000.01 $30,000.00 $950.00 $30,000.01 $35,000.00 $975.00 $35,000.01 $40,000.00 $1,250.00 $40,000.01 $50,000.00 $1,350.00 $50,000.01 $75,000.00 $1,650.00 $75,000.01 $100,000.00 $2,325.00 $100,000.01 $150,000.00 $2,900.00 $150,000.01 $200,000.00 $3,700.00 $200,000.01 $250,000.00 $4,425.00 $250,000.01 $300,000.00 $4,900.00 $300,000.01 $500,000.00 $6,000.00 $500,000.01 $750,000.00 $8,400.00 $750,000.01 $1,000,000.00 $12,700.00 $1,000,000.01 And up 1.0% Table 1B MCM Rates (Fees Based on Gross Claim DOLLAR Amount (GCA)) GCA From GCA To GCA Fee $0.00 $2,500.00 $725.00 $2,500.01 $5,000.00 $850.00 $5,000.01 $10,000.00 $975.00 $10,000.01 $15,000.00 $1,150.00 $15,000.01 $25,000.00 $1,300.00 $25,000.01 $35,000.00 $1,500.00 $35,000.01 $50,000.00 $1,825.00 $50,000.01 $75,000.00 $2,600.00 $75,000.01 $100,000.00 $3,500.00 $100,000.01 $150,000.00 $4,100.00 $150,000.01 $200,000.00 $5,300.00 $200,000.01 $250,000.00 $6,500.00 $250,000.01 $300,000.00 $7,200.00 $300,000.01 $500,000.00 $12,000.00 $500,000.01 $750,000.00 $18,000.00 $750,000.01 $1,000,000.00 $24,000.00 $1,000,000.01 And up 1.35% Table 2 Sinkhole Fee Schedule (applicable for MCM Adjusters only) Fee Type Rate Flat Fee – Sinkhole Field Assignment: This fee applies to residential policies with full inspection comprehensively documenting all sinkhole related damages. The reporting requirements will be a narrative with activities, estimate of damages, recorded statement with insured, photos and all supporting documentation. This is a per claim fee with the exception of claims involving Commercial Policies. $775.00 Table 3 Third Party Liability Fee Schedule – Field Task Assignments Fee Type Rate Flat Fee – Standard Liability Property Damage Claims $525.00 Flat Fee – Standard Liability Bodily Injury Claims $900.00 Time and Material - Complex Liability Cases (i.e., fatalities, catastrophic injuries, claims with multiple claimants or numerous witnesses) with advanced approval by Citizens’ Contract Manager or designee. This will be paid at the Time and Material Rates set forth in Table 7 below. Table 4 Miscellaneous Fee Schedule Fee Type Rate Inspection Fee With Damage Use fees in Tables 1A and 1B Claim Without Estimate: This fee applies when the insured elects to not proceed with the claim after assignment to a Vendor but prior to the initial inspection and before completing the inspection. The reporting requirement will be documented in the Claims Management System. $75.00