Practices Sample Clauses

Practices. The practices used or to be used by the Servicer, to monitor collections with respect to the Trust Property and repossess and dispose of the Financed Vehicles related to the Trust Property will be, in all material respects, in conformity with the requirements of all applicable federal and State laws, rules and regulations, and this Agreement. The Servicer is in possession of all State and local licenses (including all debt collection licenses) required for it to perform its services hereunder, and none of such licenses has been suspended, revoked or terminated, except where the failure to have such licenses would not be reasonably likely to have material adverse effect on its ability to service the Loans or Contracts or on the interest of the Indenture Trustee, the Trust Collateral Agent or the Noteholders.
Practices. Distributor shall avoid deceptive, misleading or unethical practices detrimental to Supplier, the Product or the public, including but not limited to making representations, warranties or guarantees to Courses or to the golf industry with respect to the specifications, features or capabilities of the Product that are materially inconsistent with the literature distributed by Supplier. Distributor shall make no warranty, guaranty or representation, whether written or oral, on Supplier’s behalf.
Practices. 5. Participation in competitions, whether skills-based or leadership-based, that are sponsored by a recognized student organization as defined by Article 19(B) will result in the payment of extra compensation in accordance with Article 19(D)(1) and Article 19(D)(2).
Practices. Section 1. Separability: The Employer and Coali- tion agree that if a court of competent jurisdiction or applicable Local, State, or Federal laws compel the invalidation or modification of any provision of this National Addendum, such provision shall be deemed inoperative, if found invalid, or modified to the extent required by law or a court of competent jurisdiction. With respect to a part of this National Addendum being declared invalid, it is the express intent of the parties that all of the provisions of the All past practices not superseded by the National Addendum or in conflict with the National Adden- dum or law, shall continue during the duration of this National Addendum.
Practices. It is not the intent of this Agreement to abridge or amend any mutually satisfactory practice currently in effect with regard to wages, hours and other terms and conditions of employment which is not superseded or prohibited by the provisions of this Agreement. However, it is further recognized that such practices may be subjected to modification or termination by the Employer due to new or differing modes of operation, economic feasibility, or other changing conditions. In such instances, if the Union and/or any affected employee considers such action to be unjust or unreasonable, the matter may be pursued through the grievance procedure.
Practices. XTL will perform its activities under the HepeX-B Plan in accordance with then current Good Laboratory Practices, Good Clinical Practices (as required of a sponsor of a clinical trial), and Good Manufacturing Practices, if and to the extent required by the HepeX-B Plan, and in such event, XTL will include in each agreement with each of its subcontractors, if any, performing any such activities contemplated under the HepeX-B Plan a requirement that such subcontractors perform its activities in accordance with then current Good Laboratory Practices, Good Clinical Practices, and Good Manufacturing Practices, as and if applicable.
Practices. This Agreement shall supersede any rules, regulations, or practices of the Employer which shall be contrary to or inconsistent with its terms. All rules, regulations, and practices of the Employer which are not contrary to the provisions of this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect.
Practices. The Coach agrees to conduct practices and clinics during the term of this Contract. The number, duration and content of those practices and clinics will be determined by the Coach in the best interests of the Team. In the event of any dispute between the Team and the Coach concerning the number, duration or content of the practices, the Coach must consult with GRC Competitive Director and the Director of Coaching, the decision of whom will be final and binding on the Coach and Team.