Ordering Process 6.4.1 CLEC, or CLEC's agent, shall act as the single point of contact for its End User Customers' service needs, including without limitation, sales, service design, order taking, Provisioning, change orders, training, maintenance, trouble reports, repair, post-sale servicing, Billing, collection and inquiry. CLEC's End User Customers contacting Qwest in error will be instructed to contact CLEC; and Qwest's End User Customers contacting CLEC in error will be instructed to contact Qwest. In responding to calls, neither Party shall make disparaging remarks about each other. To the extent the correct provider can be determined, misdirected calls received by either Party will be referred to the proper provider of local Exchange Service; however, nothing in this Agreement shall be deemed to prohibit Qwest or CLEC from discussing its products and services with CLEC's or Qwest's End User Customers who call the other Party seeking such information.
Sale Process If a Non-Economic Facility is marketed for sale in accordance with Section 5.02 and Manager receives an offer therefor which it wishes to accept on behalf of the relevant TRS and Owner, Manager shall give the relevant TRS prompt notice thereof, which notice shall include a copy of the offer and any other information reasonably requested by such TRS. If the relevant TRS, on behalf of the relevant Owner, shall fail to accept or reject such offer within seven (7) Business Days after receipt of such notice and other information from Manager, such offer shall be deemed to be accepted. If the offer is rejected by the relevant TRS on behalf of the relevant Owner, and if Manager elects to continue marketing the Non-Economic Facility by providing written notice to the relevant TRS within seven (7) days of such rejection and Manager does not obtain another offer within ninety (90) days that is accepted by the relevant TRS, the Non-Economic Facility shall be deemed to have been sold to the relevant TRS on the date, at the price and on such other terms contained in the offer. If a Non-Economic Facility is sold to a third party or deemed to have been sold to the relevant Owner pursuant to such offer, effective as of the date of sale or deemed sale: (i) the Management Agreement shall terminate with respect to such Non-Economic Facility; (ii) Aggregate Invested Capital shall be reduced by an amount equal to the net proceeds of sale after reduction for the costs and expenses of the relevant TRS, the relevant Owner and/or Manager (or, in the case of a deemed sale, the net proceeds of sale determined by reference to such offer, after reduction for any amounts actually expended and any amounts which would reasonably have been expected to have been expended if the sale had been consummated by the relevant TRS, the relevant Owner and/or Manager). If the reduction in Aggregate Invested Capital is less than the Invested Capital of the Non-Economic Facility sold or deemed to have been sold, the difference shall be proportionately reallocated to the Invested Capital of the remaining Facilities.
Order Process When the start of production of your reservation nears, we will ask you to confirm your option selections and to provide full details of the legal purchaser of the Model X. Tesla will create an order for your Model X containing the information provided by you, and a Purchase Agreement indicating the estimated purchase price of your Model X, taking into account the base price of the model and any options included or that you select, plus estimates of any applicable taxes, duties, transport and delivery charges, and any other applicable fees. Tesla will then submit to you the order and the Purchase Agreement for your review. If you wish to proceed and purchase the Model X, you must sign and return the Purchase Agreement together with any amounts that are then required to be paid. Production of your Model X will then be commenced and your deposit payable under the Purchase Agreement will be held by Tesla as a non-refundable deposit (to the extent permitted by applicable law). At the time you enter into the Purchase Agreement, you may, at your sole option, notify us that you would like to take your Reservation Payment and apply it to your deposit. These procedures may be subject to change.
Review Process A/E's Work Product will be reviewed by County under its applicable technical requirements and procedures, as follows:
Mediation Process A. Mediation is a form of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) that may be requested by the City or the PBA. It is an alternative, not a substitute for the formal arbitration process contained in Section 19.7 above. Mediation is an informal process in which a neutral third party assists the opposing parties in reaching a voluntary, negotiated resolution of a charge of discipline. The decision to mediate is completely voluntary for the PBA and the City. Mediation gives the parties the opportunity to discuss the issues raised in the charging document, clear up misunderstandings, determine the underlying interests or concerns, find areas of agreement and, ultimately, incorporate those areas of agreement into solutions. A mediator does not resolve the charge or impose a decision on the parties. Instead, the mediator helps the parties to agree on a mutually acceptable resolution. The mediation process is strictly confidential. Information disclosed during mediation will not be revealed to anyone.
Approval Process Landlord shall notify Tenant whether it approves of the submitted working drawings within ten business days after Tenant’s submission thereof. If Landlord disapproves of such working drawings, then Landlord shall notify Tenant thereof specifying in reasonable detail the reasons for such disapproval, in which case Tenant shall, within five business days after such notice, revise such working drawings in accordance with Landlord’s objections and submit the revised working drawings to Landlord for its review and approval. Landlord shall notify Tenant in writing whether it approves of the resubmitted working drawings within five business days after its receipt thereof. This process shall be repeated until the working drawings have been finally approved by Tenant and Landlord.
Grievance Process (a) Either party, with the agreement of the other party, may submit a grievance to Grievance Mediation at any time within ten (10) working days after the Employer’s decision has been rendered at the step prior to arbitration. Where the matter is so referred, the mediation process shall take place before the matter is referred to Arbitrator.
Formal Process The Formal Process is a process in which an Employee requests a formal hearing and a panel is convened to gather evidence and make a decision regarding the Employee’s concern. If an Employee is unable to get his concern resolved through the Informal Process, he may request a Formal Hearing by filing an Issue Resolution Form within three (3) business days following completion of the Informal Process. Employees may seek the assistance of a FC member or the Employee Advocate to assist in the preparation of an Issue Resolution Form. A FC facilitator shall, on a rotating basis, facilitate but shall be a non-voting participant in any Formal Hearings that may arise following the submission of an Issue Resolution Form. The FC facilitator will contact the Employee within two (2) business days of receiving the Issue Resolution Form. The Employee will select, at random, five (5) FC members to sit on the Formal Hearing Panel. The Hearing Panel will consist of three (3) bargaining unit FC members and two (2) management FC members. The Employee will randomly select four (4) bargaining unit FC member names and discard one such name of his or her choosing, and randomly select three (3) management FC names and discard one such name of his or her choosing for the Hearing Panel. The panel will convene within 10 business days of receiving the Issue Resolution Form. The panel will collect evidence and fully review all details of the Employee’s concern in order to reach a final decision about whether the Agreement and the Employees’ Charter have been fairly applied to the Employee. Employees may be assisted in the Formal Process, including the Formal Hearing, by the Employee Advocate, if they so choose. The Employee Advocate’s role in the Formal Process shall be to:
Process a. The grievance shall be referred to one of the following arbitrators:
Selection Process The Mortgage Loans were selected from among the outstanding one- to four-family mortgage loans in the Seller's portfolio at the related Closing Date as to which the representations and warranties set forth in Subsection 9.02 could be made and such selection was not made in a manner so as to affect adversely the interests of the Purchaser;