Rejected Sample Clauses

Rejected. The procedures shall also address the disposition of nonconforming items and the steps necessary to verify that the nonconformances have been adequately addressed and that the item then can be characterized as conforming. Developer shall keep and maintain records of nonconforming findings. Also, each nonconformance record shall contain all deliberations; retesting; and resolution activities, findings, and decisions. Repaired and, as applicable, reworked product shall be re-inspected in accordance with the Quality Management Plan and, as applicable, documented procedures. Developer’s obligations and IFA’s rights with respect to Nonconforming Work shall be governed by the PPA.
Rejected. Query results from AHCCCS indicating that query was not successful.
Rejected. H2: Pak-China Free Trade Agreement has a positive impact on the trade flows of textile sector at sector-level basis in Pakistan. 2.11 0.
Rejected. The San Tan Lease shall not be assumed. Buyer shall ensure that funds sufficient to pay the obligations of Debtor arising under the San Tan Lease from the petition date until the Closing are paid. Debtor shall seek rejection of the San Tan Lease as of the Closing.
Rejected. The following detail exposes the claims made by the LICENSEE, which were rejected by the ORSNA:
Rejected. Where the submittal is marked “Rejected” (or similar action indicated in Architect’s consultants review comments), do not proceed with the Work covered by the submittal. Prepare a new submittal for a product that complies with the Contract Documents and submit to Architect for further consideration.
Rejected. A Submittal may be rejected if it is not in compliance with the Contract Documents, or if it proposes an “or equal” or substitution which is not acceptable to District or Architect. A superseding Submittal shall be submitted and approved prior to commencement of the work. Should Contractor proceed with the work shown on a Submittal before approval is received, it shall remove and replace or adjust any work which is not in accordance with the Submittal as ultimately approved, and it shall be responsible for any resultant damage, defect, or added cost. District shall be under no obligation to pay for work installed prior to approval of Submittals, until the Submittals are approved and the work in place is found to be in compliance with the Contract Documents. Contractor shall resubmit Submittals in categories (d) and (e), above, after making any changes required so that Submittals will comply with the Contract Documents. When resubmitting, Contractor shall direct specific attention to deficient areas. Resubmittals shall be made in the same number of copies as the original Submittal. Resubmittals shall be made within ten (10) days of return of the previous Submittal, and in any event in sufficient time so as to avoid delay to the Work. No delay claims related to resubmittals will be entertained on the Project for any resubmittal originally received after the ten (10) days. The Architect shall determine the adequacy and completeness of all Submittals. Where the Architect deems a Submittal to be inadequate, incomplete, or otherwise unsuitable for proper review, Contractor shall submit all additional information requested by the Architect. There shall be no change to the Term of this Facilities Lease or the Guaranteed Maximum Price when such additional information is required.

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  • Rejection The Transfer Agent reserves the right to decline to process or delay the processing of a payment order which (a) is in excess of the collected balance in the account to be charged at the time of the Transfer Agent’s receipt of such payment order; (b) if initiating such payment order would cause the Transfer Agent, in the Transfer Agent’s sole judgment, to exceed any volume, aggregate dollar, network, time, credit or similar limits which are applicable to the Transfer Agent; or (c) if the Transfer Agent, in good faith, is unable to satisfy itself that the transaction has been properly authorized.

  • Pack Rejection 6.4.1 <<customer_name>> will notify BellSouth within one business day of rejected packs (via the mutually agreed medium). Packs could be rejected because of pack sequencing discrepancies or a critical edit failure on the Pack Header or Pack Trailer records (i.e. out-of-balance condition on grand totals, invalid data populated). Standard ATIS EMI Error Codes will be used. <<customer_name>> will not be required to return the actual rejected data to BellSouth. Rejected packs will be corrected and retransmitted to <<customer_name>> by BellSouth.

  • ODUF Pack Rejection 6.4.1 Image Access will notify BellSouth within one (1) business day of rejected packs (via the mutually agreed medium). Packs could be rejected because of pack sequencing discrepancies or a critical edit failure on the Pack Header or Pack Trailer records (e.g., out-of-balance condition on grand totals, invalid data populated). Standard ATIS EMI error codes will be used. Image Access will not be required to return the actual rejected data to BellSouth. Rejected packs will be corrected and retransmitted to Image Access by BellSouth.

  • Acceptance; Rejection A holder of Notes may accept the offer to prepay made pursuant to this Section 8.3 by causing a notice of such acceptance to be delivered to the Company not later than 15 days after receipt by such holder of the most recent offer of prepayment. A failure by a holder of Notes to respond to an offer to prepay made pursuant to this Section 8.3 shall be deemed to constitute a rejection of such offer by such holder.

  • Rejection Right The Borrower shall notify the Administrative Agent in writing of any mandatory prepayment of Term Loans required to be made pursuant to Section 5.2(a) at least three Business Days prior to the date of such prepayment. Each such notice shall specify the date of such prepayment and provide a reasonably detailed calculation of the amount of such prepayment. The Administrative Agent will promptly notify each Lender holding Term Loans of the contents of the Borrower’s prepayment notice and of such Lender’s pro rata share of the prepayment. Each Term Loan Lender may reject all (but not less than all) of its pro rata share of any mandatory prepayment (such declined amounts, the “Declined Proceeds”) of Term Loans required to be made pursuant to Section 5.2(a) by providing written notice (each, a “Rejection Notice”) to the Administrative Agent and the Borrower no later than 5:00 p.m. (New York time) one Business Day after the date of such Lender’s receipt of notice from the Administrative Agent regarding such prepayment. If a Lender fails to deliver a Rejection Notice to the Administrative Agent within the time frame specified above or such Rejection Notice fails to specify the principal amount of the Term Loans to be rejected, any such failure will be deemed an acceptance of the total amount of such mandatory prepayment of Term Loans. Any Declined Proceeds remaining thereafter shall be retained by the Borrower (“Retained Declined Proceeds”); provided that in the case of any mandatory repayment of Term Loans required to be made pursuant to Section 5.2(a)(iii), any Declined Proceeds shall be reallocated and paid to the Term Loan Lenders that have not rejected such mandatory prepayment on a pro rata basis and shall not constitute Retained Declined Proceeds.

  • Rejected Items; Abandonment (a) The Contractor may deliver, cause to be delivered, or, in any other way, bring or cause to be brought, to any State premises or other destination, Goods, as samples or otherwise, and other supplies, materials, equipment or other tangible personal property. The State may, by written notice and in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Contract, direct the Contractor to remove any or all such Goods (“the “Rejected Goods”) and any or all other supplies, materials, equipment or other tangible personal property (collectively, the “Contractor Property”) from and out of State premises and any other location which the State manages, leases or controls. The Contractor shall remove the Rejected Goods and the Contractor Property in accordance with the terms and conditions of the written notice. Failure to remove the Rejected Goods or the Contractor Property in accordance with the terms and conditions of the written notice shall mean, for itself and all Contractor Parties, that:

  • Defective Product If Client rejects Products under Section 6.1 and the deviation is determined to have arisen from Patheon’s failure to provide the Manufacturing Services in accordance with the Specifications, cGMPs, or Applicable Laws, Patheon will credit Client’s account for Patheon’s invoice price for the defective Products. If Client previously paid for the defective Products, Patheon will promptly, at Client’s election, either: (i) refund the invoice price for the defective Products; (ii) offset the amount paid against other amounts due to Patheon hereunder; or (iii) replace the Products with conforming Products, without Client being liable for payment therefor under Section 3.1, contingent upon the receipt from Client of all Active Materials and Client-Supplied Components required for the manufacture of the replacement Products. If the defective Products were manufactured using Client-Supplied Components, then Patheon will, as determined by Client, (i) refund the value of these Client-Supplied Components to Client or (ii) offset the amount paid against other amounts due to Patheon hereunder. For greater certainty, Patheon’s responsibility for any loss of Active Materials in defective Product will be captured and calculated in the Active Materials Yield under Section 2.2 and Client will receive a Shortfall Credit in connection therewith.

  • Defective Products In the event any Products are received in a defective condition or not in accordance with AT&T PARADYNE's published specifications or the documentation relating to such Products, Tech Data may return the Products for full credit. Products shall be deemed defective if the Product, or any portion of the Product, fails to operate properly on initial "burn in", boot, or use as applicable. Tech Data shall have the right to return any such Products that are returned to Tech Data from its Customers or End Users within sixty (60) days of the Products' initial delivery date to the end-user. All freight charges for returned Products will be paid by Tech Data or Tech Data's Customer.

  • Acceptance and Rejection 3.14.1. Consultant shall not be entitled to payment and the City shall have no duty to pay Consultant unless the Director has Accepted the Services and other Deliverables as set forth in Exhibit “A”.

  • Purchase Order A Customer may use purchase orders to buy commodities or contractual services pursuant to the Contract and, if applicable, the Contractor must provide commodities or contractual services pursuant to purchase orders. Purchase orders issued pursuant to the Contract must be received by the Contractor no later than the close of business on the last day of the Contract’s term. The Contractor is required to accept timely purchase orders specifying delivery schedules that extend beyond the Contract term even when such extended delivery will occur after expiration of the Contract. Purchase orders shall be valid through their specified term and performance by the Contractor, and all terms and conditions of the Contract shall survive the termination or expiration of the Contract and apply to the Contractor’s performance. The duration of purchase orders for recurring deliverables shall not exceed the expiration of the Contract by more than twelve months. Any purchase order terms and conditions conflicting with these Special Contract Conditions shall not become a part of the Contract.