Reasonable Notice. If any applicable provision of any law requires Secured Party to give reasonable notice of any sale or disposition or other action, Pledgor hereby agrees that ten days’ prior written notice shall constitute reasonable notice thereof. Such notice, in the case of public sale, shall state the time and place fixed for such sale and, in the case of private sale, the time after which such sale is to be made.
Reasonable Notice. Any requirement under applicable Laws of reasonable notice by the Security Agent or the other Secured Parties to any Pledgor of any event in connection with, or in any way related to, the Collateral Documents or the exercise by the Security Agent or the other Secured Parties of any of its rights thereunder shall be met if notice of such event is given to such Pledgor in the manner prescribed above at least 10 days before (i) the date of such event or (ii) the date after which such event will occur.
Reasonable Notice. In connection with entering the Premises to exercise any of the foregoing rights, Landlord shall: (a) provide reasonable advance written or oral notice to Tenant’s on-site manager or other appropriate person (except in emergencies, or for routine cleaning or other routine matters), and (b) take reasonable steps to avoid any unreasonable interference with Tenant’s business.
Reasonable Notice. A. A reasonable effort will be made to provide sixty (60), but not less than thirty (30) calendar days written notice to the Union of any ordinance, rule, resolution, or regulation directly relating to matters within the scope of representation proposed to be adopted by the City Council, by the Civil Service Commission or by appointing authorities and the Union shall be given the opportunity to meet with the appropriate body or person prior to adoption as required by law.
Reasonable Notice. Notice mailed to Debtor’s address as set forth in the preamble of this Security Agreement, or to Debtor’s most recent changed address on file with Secured Party, at least ten days prior to the related action, or if the UCC or other applicable Uniform Commercial Code specifies a longer period, such longer period prior to the related action, shall be deemed reasonable.
Reasonable Notice. It is mutually agreed that Local 1109 shall receive at its place of business a copy (via intercity mail) of the City Council and/or Personnel Board agenda for each meeting. Local 1109 shall notify the City as to the business address to which such notifications should be sent. Further, it is understood that said notification shall be concurrent with the notification provided the Personnel Board and City Council members.