Restitution. 1. Requiring an employee to make restitution to the State for loss or damage to State property due to an employee's negligence is not a disciplinary action.
Restitution. Require the employer to pay any amounts underpaid in violation of the required payments and City’s administrative costs and liquidated damages and, in the case of financial assistance, to refund any sums disbursed by the City.
Restitution. Should the right of the Agent or any Lender to realize funds with respect to the Obligations be challenged and any application of such funds to the Obligations be reversed, whether by Governmental Authority or otherwise, or should the Borrower otherwise be entitled to a refund or return of funds distributed to the Lenders in connection with the Obligations, the Agent or such Lender, as the case may be, shall promptly notify the Lenders of such fact. Not later than noon, Central Standard or Central Daylight Savings Time, as the case may be, of the Business Day following such notice, each Lender shall pay to the Agent an amount equal to the ratable share of such Lender of the funds required to be returned to the Borrower. The ratable share of each Lender shall be determined on the basis of the percentage of the payment all or a portion of which is required to be refunded originally distributed to such Lender, if such percentage can be determined, or, if such percentage cannot be determined, on the basis of the Percentage Share of such Lender. The Agent shall forward such funds to the Borrower or to the Lender required to return such funds. If any such amount due to the Agent is made available by any Lender after Noon, Central Standard or Central Daylight Savings Time, as the case may be, of the Business Day following such notice, such Lender shall pay to the Agent (or the Lender required to return funds to the Borrower, as the case may be) for its own account interest on such amount at a rate equal to the Federal Funds Rate for the period from and including the date on which restitution to the Borrower is made by the Agent (or the Lender required to return funds to the Borrower, as the case may be,) to, but not including, the date on which such Lender failing to timely forward its share of funds required to be returned to the Borrower shall have made its ratable share of such funds available.
Restitution. If Executive breaches any part of Section 4.1, 4.2 or 4.3, the Company will have the right and remedy to require Executive to account for and pay over to the Company all compensation, profits, monies, accruals, increments or other benefits derived or received by Executive as the result of such breach. This right and remedy will be in addition to, and not in lieu of, any other rights and remedies available to the Company under law or in equity.
Restitution. Any Tenant found responsible for any violation aforementioned will be held solely liable for all fines deemed appropriate by Landlord.
Restitution. The Defendant agrees to pay the following restitution to the named party or parties in the 8 amount(s) shown below. Restitution shall be paid directly to the recipient, unless contact with that 9 recipient is prohibited by this Agreement or by other order of the court, in which case restitution shall 10 be paid through the Court Clerk. The Defendant agrees that the below listed amount of restitution must 11 be paid in full before the expiration of this Agreement. 12 Restitution to be paid directly to court 13 Restitution to be paid directly to victim
Restitution. The defendant understands and agrees that the Mandatory Victim Restitution Act, 18 U.S.C. §3663A, applies and that the Court is required to order the defendant to make restitution to the victim of his crime, which include victims of the fraud scheme that forms the specified unlawful activity underlying the money laundering charges in this matter. The defendant represents that he will fully and completely disclose to the United States Attorney’s Office the existence and location of any assets in which he has any right, title, or interest. The defendant agrees to assist the United States in identifying, locating, returning, and transferring assets to be forfeited and for use in payment of restitution and fines ordered by the Court. The defendant represents that the financial statement to be provided to the United States Attorney’s Office is accurate, truthful and complete. The defendant agrees to submit to a deposition to identify all of his assets for forfeiture, restitution and fines ordered by the Court. If requested by the United States, the defendant agrees to submit to a polygraph examination to determine whether he has truthfully disclosed the existence of all of his assets.
Restitution. If the employee receives any restitution as a result of the action, which generated the request for replacement or repair of equipment or property, the employee will route the restitution payment up to the amount paid by the City to the Administrative Services Commander for return to the City.
Restitution. Requiring an employee to make restitution to the State for loss or damage to State property due to an employee's negligence is not a disciplinary action. The Employer may not require an employee to pay restitution exceeding 3% of the employee's annual base pay. An employee who is ordered to make restitution under this subsection also may be subject to civil prosecution or criminal prosecution.
Restitution. A full and complete reimbursement for damage, destruction, or misappropriation of the property of Fort Xxxxx Community College or of others. This restitution may take the form of appropriate service, financial payment, or other compensation. Failure to make arrangements for restitution within the specified time may result in further sanctions.