Right to Object Sample Clauses

Right to Object. Any Person who has not requested exclusion from the Settlement Class and who objects to the settlement may appear in person or through counsel, at that Person’s own expense, at the Fairness Hearing to present any evidence or argument that the Court deems proper and relevant. However, no such Person shall be heard, and no papers, briefs, pleadings, or other Documents submitted by any such Person shall be received and considered by the Court, unless such Person properly submits a written objection that includes: (a) a notice of intention to appear; (b) proof of membership in the Settlement Class; and (c) the specific grounds for the objection and any reasons why such Person desires to appear and be heard, as well as all Documents or writings that such Person desires the Court to consider. Such a written objection must be both filed with the Court no later than thirty (30) days prior to the date set for the Fairness Hearing and mailed to Settlement Class Counsel and Settling Defendants’ Counsel at the addresses provided in the Class Notice and postmarked (or mailed by overnight delivery) no later than thirty (30) days prior to the date of the Fairness Hearing. Any Person who fails to object in the manner prescribed herein shall be deemed to have waived its objections and will forever be barred from making any such objections in the Actions or in any other action or proceeding, unless otherwise excused for good cause shown as determined by the Court.
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Right to Object. The PDRF is entitled to object to the use of information. However, such objection may lead to this Agreement being terminated as the information is required for valid reasons.
Right to Object the right to object to our use of your Data including where we use it for our legitimate interests.
Right to Object. Subject to regulatory requirements of the various states, the Company and the Reinsurer agree that a Policyholder will be allowed to remain a Policyholder of the Company if such Policyholder refuses to effect the assumption of its Reinsured Policy in accordance with this Article III during the applicable period set forth in the Policyholder notice, and all of the rights and obligations of the Company and the Policyholder under such Reinsured Policy and of the Company and the Reinsurer under the Coinsurance Agreement with respect to such Reinsured Policy, shall remain the same.
Right to Object. Any Settlement Class Member may appear at the Final Fairness Hearing to argue that the proposed Settlement should not be approved and/or to oppose the application of Class Counsel for an award of attorneys’ fees and costs.
Right to Object. If you believe that your data is not being processed for the purpose it has been collected for, you may object. Please contact xxxxxxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxx-xx.xxx.xx Rights Related to Automated Decision Making and Profiling Alcester Town Council does not use automated decision making or profiling of personal data.
Right to Object. Data Controller may object to Data Processor’s proposed use of a new Sub- Processor by notifying Data Processor within 10 days after receipt of Data Processor’s notice if Data Controller reasonably determines that such Sub-Processor is unable to Process Personal Data in accordance with the terms of this DPA (“Controller Objection Notice”). Data Processor shall notify Data Controller within 30 days from receipt of the Controller Objection Notice if Data Processor intends to provide the applicable Professional Service or Subscription Service with the use of the Sub-Processor at issue, and Customer may terminate the applicable Order Form(s), Use Authorization(s) or other signed ordering document between ServiceNow and Customer with respect to the Professional Service or Subscription Service that require use of the Sub-Processor at issue upon written notice to ServiceNow within 45 days of the date of Controller Objection Notice and, as Customer’s sole and exclusive remedy, ServiceNow will refund to Customer any unused prepaid fees.
Right to Object. Any Settlement Class Member may appear at the Final Fairness Hearing to object to the proposed Settlement, but only if the Settlement Class Member has first filed a written objection with the Clerk of Court, in accordance with the requirements set forth below, by the Opt-Out and Objection Deadline. Any Settlement Class Member who does not provide a written objection in the manner described in this Section will have waived any objection and be forever foreclosed from making any objection to the fairness, reasonableness, or adequacy of the Settlement or the award of any attorneys’ fees, costs, and expenses, and incentive award. Further, any Settlement Class Member who intends to appear at the Final Fairness Hearing must file and serve on all parties a Notice of Intention to Appear with the Court.
Right to Object. Any Settlement Class Member may appear at the Final Approval Hearing to object to the proposed Settlement and/or to the application of Class Counsel for an award of attorneys’ fees, expenses and costs and/or the Service Award, but only if the Settlement Class Member has first filed a written objection with the Clerk of Court, in accordance with the requirements set forth below, by the Objection Deadline. Any Settlement Class Member who does not provide a written objection in the manner described in this Section shall be deemed to have waived any objection and shall forever be foreclosed from making any objection to the fairness, reasonableness or adequacy of the proposed Settlement, the plan of allocation, the award of any attorneys’ fees and/or the Service Award. Further, any Settlement Class Member who intends to appear at the Final Approval Hearing must file with the Court and serve on all Parties a Notice of Intention to Appear.