Right to Approve Sample Clauses

Right to Approve. Neither party hereto nor any of its agents or affiliates shall print, publish or distribute any advertisement, circular or any document relating to the Contracts/Policies or relating to the other party unless such advertisement, circular or document shall have been approved in writing by the other party. However, nothing herein shall prohibit any party from advertising annuities or life insurance in general or on a generic basis, subject to compliance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations. Each party reserves the right to require modification of any such material to comply with applicable laws, rules and regulations and agrees to provide timely responses regarding material submitted to it by the other party.
Right to Approve. A submitter agrees not to publish data or figures generated by CLIR without approval from CLIR administrators. If the CLIR core team finds the data or figures are being presented inaccurately and the entity does not take steps to resolve the inaccuracies prior to publication, the entity will lose access to CLIR.
Right to Approve. OF ANY USE OF MARKS Distributor acknowledges that Manufacturer may at any time object to a specific use of application of any of the Proprietary Marks, in which event Distributor will cease such use or application thereof immediately. Distributor's right to use Proprietary Marks shall cease upon termination of the Agreement. Distributor shall have no right to sublicense, transfer, or assign any right or benefit to the use of Proprietary Marks to any third party.

Related to Right to Approve

  • Right to Appeal Notwithstanding a determination by any forum listed in Section VI.D above that the Indemnitee is not entitled to indemnification with respect to a specific Proceeding, the Indemnitee shall have the right to apply to the court in which that Proceeding is or was pending, or to any other court of competent jurisdiction, for the purpose of enforcing the Indemnitee’s right to indemnification pursuant to this Agreement. Such enforcement action shall consider the Indemnitee’s entitlement to indemnification de novo, and the Indemnitee shall not be prejudiced by reason of a prior determination that the Indemnitee is not entitled to indemnification. The Company shall be precluded from asserting that the procedures and presumptions of this Agreement are not valid, binding and enforceable. The Company further agrees to stipulate in any such judicial proceeding that the Company is bound by all the provisions of this Agreement and is precluded from making any assertion to the contrary.

  • TEXAS LAW TO APPLY 12.01 This Agreement shall be construed and the provisions thereof interpreted under and in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas.

  • Relation to Applicable Law The provisions of Sections 8.4, 8.5 and 8.6 of this Attachment with regard to the confidentiality of information shall be in addition to and not in derogation of any provisions of Applicable Law with regard to the confidentiality of information, including, but not limited to, 47 U.S.C. § 222, and are not intended to constitute a waiver by Verizon of any right with regard to protection of the confidentiality of the information of Verizon or Verizon Customers provided by Applicable Law.

  • Right to Participate The indemnified party agrees to afford the indemnifying party and its counsel the opportunity to be present at, and to participate in, conferences with all persons, including Governmental Authorities, asserting any Indemnity Claim against the indemnified party or conferences with representatives of or counsel for such persons.

  • Agreement Subject to Appropriation The City is obligated only to pay its obligations set forth in this Agreement as may lawfully be made from funds appropriated and budgeted for that purpose during the City’s then current fiscal year. The City’s obligations under this Agreement are current expenses subject to the “budget law” and the unfettered legislative discretion of the City concerning budgeted purposes and appropriation of funds. Should the City elect not to appropriate and budget funds to pay its Agreement obligations, this Agreement shall be deemed terminated at the end of the then-current fiscal year term for which such funds were appropriated and budgeted for such purpose and the City shall be relieved of any subsequent obligation under this Agreement. The parties agree that the City has no obligation or duty of good faith to budget or appropriate the payment of the City’s obligations set forth in this Agreement in any budget in any fiscal year other than the fiscal year in which this Agreement is executed and delivered. The City shall be the sole judge and authority in determining the availability of funds for its obligations under this Agreement. The City shall keep Consultant informed as to the availability of funds for this Agreement. The obligation of the City to make any payment pursuant to this Agreement is not a general obligation or indebtedness of the City. Consultant hereby waives any and all rights to bring any claim against the City from or relating in any way to the City’s termination of this Agreement pursuant to this section.

  • Maryland Law to Apply This Agreement shall be construed and the provisions thereof interpreted under and in accordance with the laws of Maryland.

  • ELECTION NOT TO PARTICIPATE If the Employer's Plan is a Standardized Plan, the Plan does not permit an otherwise eligible Employee nor any Participant to elect not to participate in the Plan. If the Employer's Plan is a Nonstandardized Plan, the Employer must specify in its Adoption Agreement whether an Employee eligible to participate, or any present Participant, may elect not to participate in the Plan. For an election to be effective for a particular Plan Year, the Employee or Participant must file the election in writing with the Plan Administrator not later than the time specified in the Employer's Adoption Agreement. The Employer may not make a contribution under the Plan for the Employee or for the Participant for the Plan Year for which the election is effective, nor for any succeeding Plan Year, unless the Employee or Participant re-elects to participate in the Plan. After an Employee's or Participant's election not to participate has been effective for at least the minimum period prescribed by the Employer's Adoption Agreement, the Employee or Participant may re-elect to participate in the Plan for any Plan Year and subsequent Plan Years. An Employee or Participant may re-elect to participate in the Plan by filing his election in writing with the Plan Administrator not later than the time specified in the Employer's Adoption Agreement. An Employee or Participant who re-elects to participate may again elect not to participate only as permitted in the Employer's Adoption Agreement. If an Employee is a Self-Employed Individual, the Employee's election (except as permitted by Treasury regulations without creating a Code Section 401(k) arrangement with respect to that Self-Employed Individual) must be effective no later than the date the Employee first would become a Participant in the Plan and the election is irrevocable. The Plan Administrator must furnish an Employee or a Participant any form required for purposes of an election under this Section 2.06. An election timely filed is effective for the entire Plan Year.

  • Right to Access The Tenant shall not unreasonably withhold consent to the landlord to enter into the dwelling unit in order to inspect the premises; make necessary or agreed repairs, decorations, alterations, or improvements; supply necessary or agreed services; or exhibit the dwelling unit to prospective or actual purchasers, mortgagees, tenants, workmen, or contractors. The Landlord or Landlord’s agent may enter the dwelling unit without consent of the Tenant in case of emergency. The Landlord shall not abuse the right of access or use it to harass the Tenant. Except in cases of emergency or unless it is impracticable to do so, landlord shall give tenant at least 24-48 hours notice of the landlord’s intent to enter and may enter only at reasonable times. Posting on the primary door of entry to the residence of the tenant text message, email or phone call stating the intended time and purpose of the entry shall be a permitted method of notice, for the purpose of the landlord’s right of access to the premises. The Landlord has no other right of access except: pursuant to court order, as permitted by the Alabama Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act when accompanied by a law enforcement officer at reasonable times for the purpose of service of process in ejectment proceedings, or unless the Tenant has abandoned or surrendered the premises, or as otherwise allowed by law.

  • RIGHT TO AMEND This Agreement may only be amended through written consent of the Parties.

  • New York Law to Apply This Agreement shall be construed and the provisions thereof interpreted under and in accordance with the laws of the State of New York.