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Design Criteria and Standards All PROJECTS/SERVICES shall be performed in accordance with instructions, criteria and standards set forth by the DIRECTOR.
Rules and Procedures Such arbitration shall be administered by JAMS/Endispute, Inc., a Delaware corporation and national dispute resolution company (“JAMS”), pursuant to (i) the JAMS Streamlined Arbitration Rules and Procedures, if the amount in controversy is $250,000 or less, or (ii) the JAMS Comprehensive Arbitration Rules and Procedures, if the amount in controversy exceeds $250,000 (each, as applicable, the “Rules”). The making, validity, construction, and interpretation of this Section 11.9, and all procedural aspects of the arbitration conducted pursuant hereto, shall be decided by the arbitrator(s). For purposes of this Section 11.9, “amount in controversy” means the stated amount of the claim, not including interest or attorneys’ fees, plus the stated amount of any counterclaim, not including interest or attorneys’ fees. If the claim or counterclaim seeks a form of relief other than damages, such as injunctive or declaratory relief, it shall be treated as if the amount in controversy exceeds $250,000, unless all parties to the Dispute otherwise agree.
Compliance with Data Privacy and Security Laws and Standards Contractor shall comply with all applicable State and federal data privacy and data security laws, rules, and regulations.
Compliance with Rules and Policies The Executive shall perform all services in accordance with the lawful policies, procedures and rules established by the Company and the Board. In addition, the Executive shall comply with all laws, rules and regulations that are generally applicable to the Company or its subsidiaries and their respective employees, directors and officers.
Regulatory Requirements and Governing Law 43 14.1 Regulatory Requirements. 43 14.2 Governing Law 44 ARTICLE 15. NOTICES 44 15.1 General. 44 15.2 Billings and Payments. 44 15.3 Alternative Forms of Notice 44 15.4 Operations and Maintenance Notice 44 ARTICLE 16. FORCE MAJEURE 45 16.1 Force Majeure 45 ARTICLE 17. DEFAULT 45 17.1 Default. 45 ARTICLE 18. INDEMNITY, CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES AND INSURANCE 46 18.1 Indemnity. 46 18.2 No Consequential Damages. 47 18.3 Insurance 47 ARTICLE 19. ASSIGNMENT 49 19.1 Assignment. 49 ARTICLE 20. SEVERABILITY 49 20.1 Severability. 49 ARTICLE 21. COMPARABILITY 50 21.1 Comparability. 50 ARTICLE 22. CONFIDENTIALITY 50 22.1 Confidentiality. 50 ARTICLE 23. ENVIRONMENTAL RELEASES 53 23.1 Developer and Connecting Transmission Owner Notice 53 ARTICLE 24. INFORMATION REQUIREMENT 53 24.1 Information Acquisition. 53 24.2 Information Submission by Connecting Transmission Owner 54 24.3 Updated Information Submission by Developer 54 24.4 Information Supplementation 54 ARTICLE 25. INFORMATION ACCESS AND AUDIT RIGHTS 55 25.1 Information Access. 55 25.2 Reporting of Non-Force Majeure Events. 55 25.3 Audit Rights. 56 25.4 Audit Rights Periods. 56 25.5 Audit Results. 56 ARTICLE 26. SUBCONTRACTORS 56 26.1 General. 56 26.2 Responsibility of Principal. 57 26.3 No Limitation by Insurance 57 ARTICLE 27. DISPUTES 57 27.1 Submission 57 27.2 External Arbitration Procedures. 57 27.3 Arbitration Decisions. 58 27.4 Costs. 58 27.5 Termination 58 ARTICLE 28. REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES AND COVENANTS 58 28.1 General. 58 ARTICLE 29. MISCELLANEOUS 59 29.1 Binding Effect. 59 29.2 Conflicts. 59 29.3 Rules of Interpretation 59 29.4 Compliance 60 29.5 Joint and Several Obligations. 60 29.6 Entire Agreement. 60 29.7 No Third Party Beneficiaries. 60 29.8 Waiver 60 29.9 Headings. 61 29.10 Multiple Counterparts. 61 29.11 Amendment. 61 29.12 Modification by the Parties. 61 29.13 Reservation of Rights. 61 29.14 No Partnership 62 29.15 Other Transmission Rights. 62 Appendices STANDARD LARGE GENERATOR INTERCONNECTION AGREEMENT THIS STANDARD LARGE GENERATOR INTERCONNECTION AGREEMENT (“Agreement”) is made and entered into this 17th day of April 2013, by and among Erie Boulevard Hydropower, LP (a limited partnership subsidiary of Brookfield Renewable Power), a company organized and existing under the laws of the State of New York (“Developer” with a Large Generating Facility), the New York Independent System Operator, Inc., a not-for-profit corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of New York (“NYISO”), and Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation d/b/a National Grid, a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of New York (“Connecting Transmission Owner”). Developer, the NYISO, or Connecting Transmission Owner each may be referred to as a “Party” or collectively referred to as the “Parties.”
Compliance with Standards (a) The Company must comply with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) and obtain timely certification of its systems and processes (which must be maintained during the Term) as required under the Network Rules and Industry Regulations. The Company must also comply with all additional standards that the Networks and Industry Regulations may require. The Company will allow the Networks or First Data to audit its data security compliance, including PCI DSS, and information technology systems related to the Services provided under this Agreement. The Company is responsible for its service providers’ compliance with the same requirements.
Compliance with Laws and Rules Client understands and agrees that it is the responsibility of Client, and not Broker or Issuer, to determine whether this Trading Plan meets the requirements of Rule 10b5-1(c) and any other applicable federal or state laws or rules.
OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES In order to minimize operational problems, it will be necessary for trade information to be supplied in a secure manner by the Subadviser to the Fund’s Service Providers, including: JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association (the “Custodian”), Virtus Fund Services (the “Fund Administrator”) BNY Mellon Investment Servicing (US) Inc., (the “Sub-Accounting Agent”), any Prime Broker to the Series, and all other Counterparties/Brokers as required. The Subadviser must furnish the Fund’s service providers with required daily information as to executed trades in a format and time-frame agreed to by the Subadviser, Custodian, Fund Administrator, Sub-Accounting Agent and Prime Broker/Counterparties and designated persons of the Fund. Trade information sent to the Custodian, Fund Administrator, Sub-Accounting Agent and Prime Broker/Counterparties must include all necessary data within the required timeframes to allow such parties to perform their obligations to the Series. The Sub-Accounting Agent specifically requires a daily trade blotter with a summary of all trades, in addition to trade feeds, including, if no trades are executed, a report to that effect. Daily information as to executed trades for same-day settlement and future trades must be sent to the Sub-Accounting Agent no later than 4:30 p.m. (Eastern Time) on the day of the trade each day the Fund is open for business. All other executed trades must be delivered to the Sub-Accounting Agent on Trade Date plus 1 by Noon (Eastern Time) to ensure that they are part of the Series’ NAV calculation. (The Subadviser will be responsible for reimbursement to the Fund for any loss caused by the Subadviser’s failure to comply with the requirements of this Schedule A.) On fiscal quarter ends and calendar quarter ends, all trades must be delivered to the Sub-Accounting Agent by 4:30 p.m. (Eastern Time) for inclusion in the financial statements of the Series. The data to be sent to the Sub-Accounting Agent and/or Fund Administrator will be as agreed by the Subadviser, Fund Administrator, Sub-Accounting Agent and designated persons of the Fund and shall include (without limitation) the following:
Compliance with Laws, Rules and Regulations Lessee, at Lessee's sole cost and expense (except as provided in Section 2.04 hereof), shall comply with all laws, ordinances, orders, rules and regulations now in effect or enacted subsequent to the date hereof by state, federal, municipal or other agencies or bodies having jurisdiction over Lessee or the use, condition and occupancy of the Leased Premises except that Lessor shall be responsible for construction of the Lessee Improvements in compliance therewith as of the Commencement Date, including, but not limited to, compliance with the ADA as to the Building, but excluding the interior of the Leased Premises which is Lessee's responsibility. Lessee will comply with the rules and regulations of the Building adopted by Lessor which are set forth on a schedule attached to this Lease. At any time, Lessor may change and amend the rules and regulations in any reasonable manner not inconsistent with the terms of this Lease as may be deemed advisable for the safety, care, cleanliness, preservation of good order and operation or use of the Building or the Leased Premises. All changes and amendments to the rules and regulations of the Building will be sent by Lessor to Lessee in writing and must thereafter be carried out and observed by Lessee.
Audit Procedures If Tenant notifies Landlord within such ninety (90) day period that Tenant disputes any specific item or items in any Landlord’s Expense Statement, Landlord’s Utility Expense Statement or Landlord’s Tax Statement, as the case may be, and such dispute is not resolved between Landlord and Tenant within thirty (30) days after the date such notice is given by Tenant, either party, during the fifteen (15) day period following the expiration of the thirty (30) day period commencing on the date such notice is given, may refer such disputed item or items for determination to an independent certified public accountant selected by such party and approved by the other party, which approval shall not be withheld unreasonably, and the determination of such accountant shall be final, conclusive and binding upon Landlord and Tenant. Tenant agrees to pay all costs involved in such determination, except in the case of Tax Adjustment, Expense Adjustment and Utility Expense Adjustment for any Adjustment Year where it is determined that Landlord has overcharged Tenant for Tax Adjustment, Expense Adjustment and Utility Expense Adjustment for such Adjustment Yearly more than five (5%), in which case Landlord shall pay such costs.