PWS Sample Clauses

PWS. EIF and AEC hereby authorize and instruct their attorneys, the law firm of Troop Meisinger Steuber & Pasich LLP, to execute and deliver to Austin's attorneys, the law firm of Drummy King White & Gire, at the Closing of this Agreement, the original and two copies of a Request for Dismissal with Prejudice, dismissing the Cross-Complaint against Austin and Dawn Seubert with prejudice and without fees or costs, provided that Dawn Seubert, at the time of Closing, delivers to Troop Meisinger Steuber & Pasich LLP a release in form acceptable to PWS. PWS, EIF and AEC consent to the filing of (a) such Request for Dismissal with the Superior Court of the State of California, County of Los Angeles, and (b) if their consent is required, such documents as may be necessary to dismiss the Arbitration, including without limitation the Stipulation referred to in Paragraph 7(b), above, and the NASD Complaint. PWS, EIF, and AEC further authorize and instruct their attorneys, the law firm of Troop Meisinger, Steuber & Pasich LLP, to execute and deliver to Austin's attorneys, the law firm of Drummy King White & Gire, at the Closing of this Agreement, the original and two copies of a Request for Dismissal without Prejudice, dismissing the Cross-Complaint as to all remaining parties other than Richard Austin and Dawn Seubert without prejudice. In exchange for the dismissal without prejudice of the Cross-Complaint, Patricia Kennedy and Consolidated Western Contractors, Inc. shall sign a separate letter agreement to be provided at the Closing by Austin by which they agree that, for a period of one hundred twenty (120) days following the Closing of this Agreement, if Patricia Kennedy and/or Consolidated Western Contractors, Inc. intend to file a lawsuit against PWS, EIF, or AEC, that they will give written notice to each party whom they intend to sue (from among PWS, EIF, and AEC) of such intent; such notice to be given two (2) weeks before filing any such lawsuit in order to give PWS, EIF and/or AEC the opportunity to re-file their claims, if any, against Patricia Kennedy and/or Consolidated Western Contractors, Inc.
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PWS. It is expected that the PWS permit will require on-going operating requirements, including periodic testing of on-site water to protect the health and well being of facility employees. Based on information provided by EGP, it is our understanding that water for production and other plant activities will be provided by the local public water supply; as such these permits are not specifically part of the scope of work. • NPDES: Typically, the NPDES permit for utility water discharges require on-going monitoring of such discharges. Often, quarterly reports are required to submit information on weekly and monthly sampling activities and are usually submitted on a DMR (Discharge Monitoring Report) completed by the facility. Due to the fact that requirements, if any, are unavailable and will be based on TDEC permits. As such, activities of this nature are not specifically considered part of the scope of work. • Annual Emissions Inventory Questionnaire (EIQ): Typically, each State requires that each air emissions source submit an EIQ for the previous calendar year. Due to the length of time before EIQ may be required, if at all, these specific activities are outside of the scope of work. RTP normally performs these types of projects on a time and material basis. Our estimated project budget for completing the work outlined above additional environmental permitting and compliance activities, as described herein, is estimated at $54,000 to $63,500. This includes labor and other direct expenses applicable only to those tasks noted in the scope-of-work. RTP agrees not to exceed the budget without prior approval from EGP. Please note, any permitting fees associated with Federal, State or local applications have not been included in the budget and are the responsibility of EGP. RTP is prepared to assist EGP with activities in an effort to provide a complete permitting package to the TDEC on a mutually agreeable schedule. Therefore, RTP will work closely with EGP to conform to project requirements as necessary, allowing the schedule to be modified to meet any specific project needs as necessary. Activities will be complete in accordance with a mutually agreeable schedule, upon receipt of the necessary site-specific design information. Project costs are based on our experience permitting other ethanol plants and our recent conversations. The major assumptions are that the proposed ethanol plant will be classified as a “conditional major source” for air quality permitting...
PWS. AEC and EIF represent and warrant that prior to or at the Closing they have returned to Austin any of his personal files and property, if any, in their possession, custody, or control.
PWS. PWS makes the representations and warranties set out hereto to the Company, recognizing that the Company is relying on such representations and warranties in entering into the transactions contemplated by this Agreement. All due diligence searches, investigations or inspections by the Company, up to the Closing, are without prejudice to the Company’s right to rely upon the representations and warranties of PWS in entering into the transactions contemplated by this Agreement. PWS makes these representations and warranties set out hereto to the Company:

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  • SELLERS 20 The member states initially anticipate that they will provide a monetary allowance to sellers 21 under Model 2 based on the following:

  • Contractor Parties A Contractor’s members, directors, officers, shareholders, partners, managers, principal officers, representatives, agents, servants, consultants, employees or any one of them or any other person or entity with whom the Contractor is in privity of oral or written contract and the Contractor intends for such other person or entity to Perform under the Contract in any capacity.

  • Seller First Horizon Home Loan Corporation, a Kansas corporation, and its successors and assigns, in its capacity as seller of the Mortgage Loans.

  • CONTRIBUTOR 6055 Primacy CIV LLC, a Delaware limited liability company By: Priam Venture Funds II, LP, as Manager By: Priam Investors GP, LLC, its general partner By: /s/ Abhishek Mathur Name: Abhishek Mathur Title: Authorized Signatory OPERATING PARTNERSHIP: Priam Office Properties OP LP, a Delaware limited partnership By: Priam Properties Inc., its general partner By: /s/ Abhishek Mathur Name: Abhishek Mathur Title: Chief Executive Officer REIT Priam Properties Inc., a Maryland corporation By: /s/ Abhishek Mathur Name: Abhishek Mathur Title: Chief Executive Officer PRIAM GPS: Priam Capital GP, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company By: /s/ Abhishek Mathur Name: Abhishek Mathur Title: Authorized Person By: /s/ Brian Adams Name: Brian Adams Title: Authorized Person Priam Investors GP, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company By: /s/ Abhishek Mathur Name: Abhishek Mathur Title: Authorized Person By: /s/ Brian Adams Name: Brian Adams Title: Authorized Person Exhibit A Contributed Contributed Consideration Contributor Entity Interest Property OP Units (#) Cash ($) 6055 Primacy CIV LLC 6055 Primacy, LLC 6.25 % Primacy II 11,015 0 Exhibit B

  • Contracting Parties The Government customer (Licensee) is the “Ordering Activity”, “defined as an entity authorized to order under GSA contracts as set forth in GSA ORDER 4800.2G ADM, as may be revised from time to time. The Licensee cannot be an individual because any implication of individual licensing triggers the requirements for legal review by Federal Employee unions. Conversely, because of competition rules, the contractor must be defined as a single entity even if the contractor is part of a corporate group. The Government cannot contract with the group, or in the alternative with a set of contracting parties.

  • Buyers BANK USD: Bank name: Nordea Bank Norge ASA Swift Code: NDEANOKK IBAN: NO0660190443909

  • Due Diligence Examination At any time during the Review Period, and thereafter through Closing of the Property, Buyer and/or its representatives and agents shall have the right to enter upon the Property at all reasonable times for the purposes of reviewing all Records and other data, documents and/or information relating to the Property and conducting such surveys, appraisals, engineering tests, soil tests (including, without limitation, Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessments), inspections of construction and other inspections and other studies as Buyer deems reasonable and necessary or appropriate to evaluate the Property, subject to providing reasonable advance notice to Seller unless otherwise agreed to by Buyer and Seller (the “Due Diligence Examination”). Seller shall have the right to have its representative present during Buyer’s physical inspections of its Property, provided that failure of Seller to do so shall not prevent Buyer from exercising its due diligence, review and inspection rights hereunder. Buyer agrees to exercise reasonable care when visiting the Property, in a manner which shall not materially adversely affect the operation of the Property.

  • Vendors Any vendors engaged by Tenant to perform services in or to the Premises including, without limitation, janitorial contractors and moving contractors shall be coordinated with any work being performed by or for Landlord and in such manner as to maintain harmonious labor relations and not to damage the Building or the Property or interfere with Building construction or operation and shall be performed by vendors first approved by Landlord.

  • Contractor’s Project Manager and Key Personnel Contractor shall appoint a Project Manager to direct the Contractor’s efforts in fulfilling Contractor’s obligations under this Contract. This Project Manager shall be subject to approval by the County and shall not be changed without the written consent of the County’s Project Manager, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld. The Contractor’s Project Manager shall be assigned to this project for the duration of the Contract and shall diligently pursue all work and services to meet the project time lines. The County’s Project Manager shall have the right to require the removal and replacement of the Contractor’s Project Manager from providing services to the County under this Contract. The County’s Project manager shall notify the Contractor in writing of such action. The Contractor shall accomplish the removal within five (5) business days after written notice by the County’s Project Manager. The County’s Project Manager shall review and approve the appointment of the replacement for the Contractor’s Project Manager. The County is not required to provide any additional information, reason or rationale in the event it The County is not required to provide any additional information, reason or rationale in the event it requires the removal of Contractor’s Project Manager from providing further services under the Contract.