Relocate Sample Clauses

Relocate. Lessor reserves the right to relocate Tenant (without expense to Tenant) to any compartment of comparable size. EXECUTED THIS DAY OF , 20 BY: (Tenant or Authorized Agent) Name (print): Company Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Home Ph: Wk Ph: Cell Phone: Other Ph: DATA ENTRY COMPLETE FOR PERIOD OF (mm/dd): / - / , 20 NEXT PAYMENT DUE: / , 20 INITIAL PAYMENT CALCULATION mo(s) @ $ per month = $ Less Prepay Discount % = $ ( ) Damage/ Cleaning Deposit = $ Miscellaneous Charges = $ Total Due/Received $ FORM OF PAYMENT: □CashCheck # □Auto Charge (sign form) □ CC # Exp.
Relocate the SHEFA Office to the Mayor’s Office for efficient use of personnel andall others expense support within the fiscal year
Relocate assets from the potential flood zone by moving them to higher ground or further inland.Each of these options comes with trade-offs, as discussed in the figure, and not all strategies willwork in every situation. Communities and residents are understandably reluctant to relocate existingproperties, as this will be disruptive, expensive, and in some cases not logistically possible. Armoringmuch of the coast to protect most assets, however, also is not practical. Not only would such anapproach be prohibitively expensive and havedecreasing effectiveness over the years as moreintense wave action migrates inland, it also woulddisrupt natural erosion processes such that it would cause much of the sand on the state’s beaches to disappear.Selecting which combination of SLR adaptation approaches to use in a particular location is aninvolved process necessitating scientific research, locally specific information, public and stakeholder input and support, both high-level and detailedplanning, and—in many cases—additional funding. Local governments planning for SLR are alsobalancing other—and sometimes competingland use objectives. As we discuss in the box onpage 9, SLR presents particular challenges for coastal jurisdictions—and the state—seeking to expand the supply of housing units.Undertaking Coastal Adaptation Activities Likely Less Costly Than Avoiding Action.The types of adaptation efforts described inFigure 3 can not only help mitigate disruptive SLRimpacts, in many cases they also make sense from a fiscal perspective. That is, while such activitiesmight require up-front investments, the costs of failing to adequately prepare for the impacts ofSLR likely would cost even more. Recent research found a strong benefit-to-cost ratio for undertaking mitigation projects ahead of disasters comparedto spending on disaster response and recovery. Specifically, a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)-sponsored study by the NationalInstitute of Building Sciences found that for every$1 the federal government invested in varioustypes of pre-disaster mitigation activities in recent years, it avoided public and private losses totaling$6. Designing new structures to be more resilient to natural hazards was also found to be financiallyadvantageous. For example, in the case of riverine flooding, the study estimates that for every extra$1 spent to build new buildings higher out of thefloodplain than international building codes require,$5 in flood damage-related costs was avo...
Relocate. The work performed and materials furnished in accordance with this Item and measured as provided for under "Measurement" will be paid for at the unit price bid for “Relocate ITS Radio.” This price is full compensation for relocating and making fully operational an existing an ITS radio as shown on the plans; and all testing, training, software, equipment, labor, materials, tools, , and incidentals.
Relocate includes, but is not lim- ited to removing a sign from one site and erecting a new sign upon another site as a substitute therefor.
Relocate. U - To relocate a contest is to change the location of the competition.
Relocate. To relocate a contest is to change the location of the competition.
Relocate. Relocation of critical facilities requires physically moving the structure from an area of high flood hazard to an area of lower flood hazard and then purchasing the property on which the structure was located. This nonstructural method was only applied to structures that were either in the regulatory floodway or had a depth of flooding on the structure of 12 feet or greater. Costs for this estimate were figured by taking the structure value plus the land value, multiplied by a cost multiplier of 1.29.0

Related to Relocate

  • Relocation World Omni shall give WOAR at least 60 days’ prior written notice of any relocation of its principal executive office or jurisdiction of formation if, as a result of such relocation, the applicable provisions of the UCC would require the filing of any amendment of any previously filed financing or continuation statement or of any new financing statement and shall promptly file any such amendment or new financing statement.

  • Relocations It is understood by the parties that, as a general policy, employees shall not be required to relocate from one geographic location to another against their will. However, the Employer and the Union recognize that in certain cases relocations may be in the interest of the Public Service and/or the employee. In such cases, an employee will receive ninety (90) days written notice prior to the effective date of relocation and will be fully advised of the reason for relocation, as well as the possible result of refusal to be relocated. Should a regular employee choose not to relocate, the employee may elect:

  • Location Unless the Parties otherwise agree in writing, during the Term Executive shall perform the services Executive is required to perform pursuant to this Agreement at the Company’s offices in San Diego, California, provided, however, that the Company may from time to time require Executive to travel temporarily to other locations in connection with the Company’s business.

  • Headquarters 11.1 This article applies to employees who do not attend at or work at or work from any permanent ministry facility in the course of their duties, but for whom a permanent ministry facility or other place is designated as an employee’s “headquarters” for the purposes of the provisions of this Central Collective Agreement and of various allowances which require a headquarters to be specified.

  • Work Location Executive’s principal place of work shall be located in Scottsdale, Arizona, or such other location as the parties may agree upon from time to time.

  • Residence The Purchaser’s principal place of business is the office or offices located at the address of the Purchaser set forth on the signature page hereof.

  • Place of Business The LLC’s principal place of business shall be St. Louis, Missouri. The Member may establish and maintain such other offices and additional places of business of the LLC, either within or without the State of Delaware, or close any office or place of business of the LLC, as it deems appropriate.