REFEREE Sample Clauses

REFEREE will signal the countdown of last 30s of the match where he will mention last 30s, then 10s and so on until the start.
REFEREE. The referee shall be a retired judge with experience in relevant real estate matters. The referee shall not have any relationship to the parties to the Dispute or interest in the Property. The parties to the Dispute participating in the judicial reference shall meet to select the referee within ten (10) days after service of the Notice of Dispute or initial complaint on all defendants named therein. Any dispute regarding the selection of the referee shall be promptly resolved by the judge to whom the matter is assigned, or if there is none, to the presiding judge of the Superior Court of Orange County who shall select the referee.
REFEREE. If the PURCHASER disputes any decision of or matter certified by the SELLER'S Principal Agent in terms of this agreement, such dispute shall be determined by a referee who shall be an architect agreed upon between the Parties and, failing agreement, nominated by the Institute of South African Architects. The said Referee shall act as an expert and not as an arbitrator and shall accordingly not be bound by any rules of court or arbitrators. The said Referee shall be entitled to determine whether, how, where and when submissions are to be made to him, it being the intention of the Parties that any such dispute shall be determined at the minimum costs and with the minimum delay possible in the circumstances. Any decision of the said Referee, including any decisions as to costs, will be final and binding upon the Parties and shall not be open to dispute by either of them.
REFEREE. (A) The referee (who is to have substantial recent experience of the valuation and letting of property such as the demised premises and in their vicinity) may be agreed on by the Landlord and the Tenant or if not agreed on by them within four weeks from the nomination in writing of a referee by one party to the other is to be appointed on the application of either party by the President for the time being of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
REFEREE. The official who has been assigned to the match by the Lead Assignor or other Assignor. If a multiple-official crew has been assigned to the match, this Referee is the center official.
REFEREE. If, after negotiating in good faith, Seller and Buyer are unable to reach an agreement relating to any Tax matter under this Article IX, the dispute shall be submitted to a mutually acceptable independent accounting firm of national repute (the “Referee”) jointly selected by Seller and Buyer within five (5) Business Days of the date on which a party makes the request to refer such dispute to an expert. Seller and Buyer shall instruct the Referee to resolve any disputed items within fifteen (15) Business Days of having such items referred to it, pursuant to such procedures as it may require. The parties shall cooperate with the Referee, provide it promptly with all information that it reasonably requires and shall promptly act to implement the decision of the Referee. The costs, fees and expenses of the Referee shall be allocated 50% to Buyer and 50% to Seller.
REFEREE. If the parties hereto are unable to resolve any disagreement or dispute relating to this Agreement within 30 days, such disagreement or dispute shall be resolved by a recognized law firm or accounting firm that is expert in tax matters in the relevant jurisdiction or that is mutually acceptable to the parties hereto (a "Referee"). A Referee so chosen shall resolve any such disagreement or dispute pursuant to such procedures as it may deem advisable. Any such resolution shall be binding on the parties hereto without further recourse. Except as otherwise provided herein, the costs of any Referee shall be apportioned between ITC Holding and KNOLOGY as determined by such Referee in such manner as the Referee deems reasonable, taking into account the circumstances of the disagreement or dispute, the conduct of the parties and the result of the disagreement or dispute.