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Pursuant to Art. 11 of the Shareholders Agreement and in light of the de-merger notices under whereas B, the Shareholders Agreement expires on February 28, 2015, or, if earlier, on the date of effectiveness of the Final De-merger of Telco approved by the Board of Directors of Telco on June 26, 2014 and by the extraordinary shareholders’ meeting of Telco on July 9, 2014.
Pursuant to Art. 1227 of the Italian Civil Code: “Contributory negligence of the creditor – If the creditor has with fault contributed to cause the damage, the compensation of damages is diminished taking account of the gravity of the fault and of the extent of the consequences deriving therefrom. No compensation shall be awarded in relation to those damages that the creditor could have avoided by exercising ordinary diligence”; pursuant to Art. 1229 of the Italian Civil Code: “Exoneration of liability clauses – Any agreement which frees or limits the debtor in advance from responsibility for willful misconduct or gross negligence is null and void. It is also null and void to make any agreement to exempt or limit
Pursuant to Art. 1227 of the Italian Civil Code: “Contributory negligence of the creditor – If the creditor has with fault contributed to cause the damage, the compensation of damages is diminished taking account of the gravity of the fault and of the extent of the consequences deriving therefrom. No compensation shall be awarded in relation to those damages that the creditor could have avoided by exercising ordinary diligence”; pursuant to Art. 1229 of the Italian Civil Code: “Exoneration of liability clauses – Any agreement which frees or limits the debtor in advance from If the defects is the result of the Buyer’s failure to inspect the fabric suitability for the intended application, there are no grounds for the claim. In case of greige fabrics faults, the Buyer must issue a written notice to be forwarded by registered mail, fac-simile, e-mail (preferably certified). The complete traceability and the ongoing improvement of the supply chain depends on the prompt and exhaustive notice forwarded by the Buyer (i.e. accompanied by a sample, pictures, etc.) in order to clearly identify the claimed grey fabric and the types of defects detected: the notice should mention the number of the piece or, if this is not possible, the production batch, and the place where the goods are stored. When inspecting the fabric delivered, the Buyer must highlight the defects of the grey fabric in order to avoid affecting the fabric itself. Any claims/notices of visible/evident defects must be communicated in writing within 10 (ten) working days from the date in which the defect has been identified and in any case within a year from the delivery of the goods Given the fact that the goods must be moved from one place to another, the above term for notifying evident defects runs from the day the goods have been received by the Buyer or the third party to whom the Seller has sent the goods. As far as the concealed defects are concerned, they must be notified in writing within 8 (eight) days from direct detection by the Buyer and/or from the communication sent to the Buyer by its final client. For all defects, any actions to enforce the guarantee are limited to one year from delivery. The claim may also be notified by telephone and, if the Seller expressly agrees in continuing the production process, the Seller shall become liable for any or greater damages to the fabric; viceversa, if the Seller has not expressly authorized production, the Buyer shall be held responsible for its decision to conti...
Pursuant to Art. 5.1, Register is authorized to use additional sub-processors, provided that:
Pursuant to Art. 5.1., Register has a general authorisation to engage Sub-processors provided that Register:
Pursuant to Art. 1455 of the Italian Civil Code: “The contract cannot be terminated if the breach by one of the parties is of minor importance, provided that it does not affect the interest of the other party
Pursuant to Art. (39) of the Telecommunications Law and the Transition Instructions for Current Class Licensees issued by the TRC on January 11th, 2005, the Board of Commissioners of the TRC has decided to amend the license agreement/s, identified above in B.
Pursuant to Art. 6 para. 1 of the FIFA regulations on working with intermediaries, on behalf of the company that I represent, I consent to the leagues, associations, confederations and FIFA itself obtaining, if necessary, for the purpose of their investigations, all contracts, agreements and arrangements in connection with the company‘s work as intermediary. I likewise consent to the aforementioned bodies also obtaining any other relevant documentation from any other party advising, facilitating or participating actively in the negotiations for which the company that I represent is responsible.