Protest. The Design Professional’s decision as to abnormal weather delay shall be subject to protest by either the Contractor or the Owner as set forth in Section 5, Part 2.
Protest. Tenant may, at its own cost and expense, protest and contest, by legal proceedings or otherwise, the validity or amount of any such tax or assessment herein agreed to be paid by Tenant and shall first pay said tax or assessment under protest if legally required as a condition to such protest and contest, and the Tenant shall not in the event of and during the bona fide prosecution of such protest or proceedings be considered in default with respect to the payment of such taxes or assessments in accordance with the terms of this Lease.
Protest. Upon giving notice to the Lessor, at the Lessee's option and sole cost and expense, and subject to compliance with the provisions of Article 15, the Lessee may contest, protest, appeal, or institute such other proceedings as the Lessee may deem appropriate to effect a reduction of any Imposition and the Lessor, at the Lessee's cost and expense as aforesaid, shall fully cooperate in a reasonable manner with the Lessee in connection with such protest, appeal or other action.
Protest. The Design Professional’s decision as to abnormal weather delay shall be subject to protest by either the CM/GC or the Owner as set forth in Section 5, Part 2. Non-Compensable Delay. CM/GC understands, acknowledges and agrees that delays occasioned by the events and occurrences set forth below are not compensable delays and do not constitute reason for extending the Date for Material Completion and Occupancy. It is CM/GC's responsibility to make adequate provision for the following in scheduling the Work: Normal Weather Conditions. Weather conditions other than those that substantially vary from the normal climatology conditions that prevailed at the Site for the preceding 120 months, as evidenced by data published by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Protest. All references to arbitration are deleted from the Contract Documents. Decisions of the Engineer shall be rendered in all cases as provided for under the General Conditions of the Contract, but no decision of the Engineer shall deprive the Owner or the Contractor of any form of redress which may be available under the laws of the State of Georgia to contracting parties. Any decision of the Engineer shall be final and binding on the Contractor in the absence of written notice of protest from the Contractor received by the Owner by registered mail within twelve (12) days of the date of the decision of the Engineer. The Owner shall have twelve (12) days from the date of receipt of a protest within which to investigate and make a reply. There is no provision under the Contract for execution of work “under protest”. A protest must contain (1) the date of the decision of the Engineer to which exception is taken, (2) a statement of the issue or issues, (3) a citation of the provision or provisions of the Contract Documents which govern the issue or issues, (4) a summary of the logical principle or principles on which the protest is based, and (5) a summary of the legal grounds for taking exception. Filing a written notice of protest shall not be grounds for an extension of the Contract Time.
Protest. Except as otherwise expressly provided in the Mortgage, each party to this note jointly and severally waives protest, notice of protest, demand, dishonor or default, presentment for payment, notice of intent to declare this note immediately due and payable, notice of declaration that this note is immediately due and payable in full, all other notices, and all demands.
Protest. A non-orientation period employee may protest Severe Disciplinary Action, which protest shall be considered an appeal and processed in accordance with Level 3 of Article 27, Grievance Procedure and, therefore, if necessary, through Article 28, Arbitration. The Association’s authorized representative may appeal disciplinary actions on behalf of the unit member or on behalf of the Association.
Protest. A non-orientation period employee, or the Association on behalf of a non-orientation period employee, may protest Severe Disciplinary Action, which protest shall be considered an appeal and processed in accordance with Level 3 of Article 20, Grievance Procedure and, if necessary, through Article 21, Arbitration.