RESOLVES Sample Clauses

RESOLVES. Art.1.- To declare a state of emergency to the General Directorate of Civil Registry, Identification and Card Issuance in order to solve the situation of institutional crisis and properly ensure the right to identity of the inhabitants of Ecuador and prevent general commotion caused by the rise of insecurity in the country, which aspects to be considered are, inter alia, the abuse and fraudulent use of identity documents.
RESOLVES. To ratify the 4 (four) agreements signed by the Inter-American Children’s Institute with their respective counterparts, included in the documents CD/doc. 06/12; CD/doc. 07/12; CD/doc. 08/12; CD/doc. 09/12, of the 87th Regular Meeting of the Directing Council of the IIN. . INSTITUTO INTERAMERICA DEL NIÑO Xx. 0 xx Xxxxxxx 0000 Xxxxxxxxxx (00000) Xxxxxxx

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  • RESOLVED That the legal opinion delivered pursuant to the partnership agreement of the partnership as described in the proxy statement under "The Mergers -- Legal Opinion for Limited Partners," in form and substance as set forth in Exhibit A to these merger proposals, be and hereby is approved as in form and substance satisfactory to the limited partners of such partnership in their reasonable judgment. EXHIBIT A TO APPENDIX D OPINION OF [OPINION SHOULD BE SUBSTANTIALLY TO THE FOLLOWING EFFECT] Pioneer Natural Resources USA, Inc., As Sole or Managing General Partner of 25 Publicly-Held Limited Partnerships Named in the Proxy Statement dated , 1999 1400 Williams Square West 5205 North O'Connor Blvd. Irving, Texas 75039 We are of the opinion that neither the grant nor the exercise of the right to amend each of the partnership agreements allowing each partnership to merge with and into Pioneer Natural Resources USA, Inc. will result in the loss of limited liability of any limited partner or result in any of the partnerships being treated as an association taxable as a corporation for federal income tax purposes. APPENDIX E FORM OF AGREEMENT AND PLAN OF MERGER THIS AGREEMENT AND PLAN OF MERGER, dated , 1999, to be effective as of the Closing Date (as defined below) (the "MERGER AGREEMENT"), is entered into by and among Pioneer Natural Resources Company, a Delaware corporation ("PIONEER"), Pioneer Natural Resources USA, Inc., a Delaware corporation and wholly-owned subsidiary of Pioneer ("PIONEER USA"), and each of the limited partnerships referred to below (the "PARTNERSHIPS").

  • Disagreement If the Parties reasonably and in good faith disagree as to whether there has been a material breach, the Party that seeks to dispute that there has been a material breach may contest the allegation in accordance with Section 13.1. The cure period for any allegation made in good faith as to a material breach under this Agreement will, subject to Sections 12.3.1 and 13.2, run from the date that written notice was first received by the Breaching Party from the Non-Breaching Party.

  • Deadlock Unless otherwise expressly set forth herein, in the event the Members are unable to reach agreement on or make a decision with respect to any matter on which the Members are entitled to vote, the matter shall be subject to the Internal Dispute Resolution Procedure described in Article 13 hereof.

  • Other Disputes Any other dispute (a “Dispute Item”) shall be resolved in accordance with the following provisions of this Article 7.

  • Patent Disputes Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Article 11, and subject to the provisions of Section 6.2, any dispute, controversy or claim relating to the scope, validity, enforceability or infringement of any Intrexon Patents shall be submitted to a court of competent jurisdiction in the country in which such Patent was filed or granted.

  • Labour Disputes 15.01 If employees are prevented from performing their duties because of a strike or lock-out on the premises of another employer, the employees shall report the matter to the Employer, and the Employer will make reasonable efforts to ensure that such employees are employed elsewhere, so that they shall receive their regular pay and benefits to which they would normally be entitled.

  • Dispute In the event of any disagreement between the undersigned or the person or persons named in the instructions contained in this Agreement, or any other person, resulting in adverse claims and demands being made in connection with or for any papers, money or property involved herein, or affected hereby, the Escrow Agent shall be entitled to refuse to comply with any demand or claim, as long as such disagreement shall continue, and in so refusing to make any delivery or other disposition of any money, papers or property involved or affected hereby, the Escrow Agent shall not be or become liable to the undersigned or to any person named in such instructions for its refusal to comply with such conflicting or adverse demands, and the Escrow Agent shall be entitled to refuse and refrain to act until: (a) the rights of the adverse claimants shall have been fully and finally adjudicated in a Court assuming and having jurisdiction of the parties and money, papers and property involved herein or affected hereby, or (b) all differences shall have been adjusted by agreement and the Escrow Agent shall have been notified thereof in writing, signed by all the interested parties.

  • Negotiating Committee The Hospital agrees to recognize a Negotiating Committee comprised of representatives of the Union for the purpose of negotiating a renewal agreement. The number of nurses on the Negotiating Committee is set out in the Appendix of Local Provisions. The Hospital agrees to pay members of the Negotiating Committee for time spent during regular working hours in negotiations with the Hospital for a renewal agreement up to, but not including, arbitration.

  • Settlement of Disputes between the Parties 1. Any dispute between the Parties concerning the interpretation or application of this Chapter shall, as far as possible, be settled with consultation through diplomatic channel. 2. If a dispute cannot thus be settled within 6 months, it shall, upon the request of either Party, be submitted to an ad hoc arbitral tribunal. 3. Such tribunal comprises of 3 arbitrators. Within 2 months of the receipt of the written notice requesting arbitration, each Party shall appoint one arbitrator. Those 2 arbitrators shall, within further 2 months, together select a national of a third State having diplomatic relations with both Parties who, upon approval by the Parties, shall be appointed as Chairman of the arbitral tribunal. 4. If the arbitral tribunal has not been constituted within 4 months from the receipt of the written notice requesting arbitration, either Party may, in the absence of any other agreement, invite the President of the International Court of Justice to make any necessary appointments. If the President is a national of either Party or is otherwise prevented from discharging the said functions, the Member of the International Court of Justice next in seniority who is not a national of either Party or is not otherwise prevented from discharging the said functions shall be invited to make such necessary appointments. 5. The arbitral tribunal shall determine its own procedure. The arbitral tribunal shall reach its award in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement and the principles of international law recognized by both Parties. 6. The arbitral tribunal shall reach its award by a majority of votes. Such award shall be final and binding upon both Parties. The arbitral tribunal shall, upon the request of either Party, explain the reasons of its award. 7. Each Party shall bear the costs of its appointed arbitrator and of its representation in arbitral proceedings. The relevant costs of the Chairman and tribunal shall be borne in equal parts by the Parties.