Sale of Sample Clauses

Sale of. All Livestock to the Member: The Member, if not in default under this Agreement, shall have the right to purchase the Association’s interest in all of the Livestock referred to in Livestock Supply Forms for the same Supply Period on the following terms:
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Sale of. Tenant shall use the Premises for residential purposes only. Neither party (landlord or tenant) may make or knowingly permit a use of the Premises for any unlawful purpose, or do, use or keep in or about the Premises anything which would adversely affect coverage under a standard fire and extended insurance policy. PROPERTY Upon voluntary or involuntary transfer of ownership of the Premises, Landlord’s obligations under the Agreement shall terminate and landlord’s obligations and liability under this lease shall be expressly released by Tenant. The new owner of the Premises shall be solely responsible for the Landlord’s obligations under this Agreement. CONTINUATION OF LEASE If the Tenant continues to occupy the Premises after the expiration of this Lease and makes a timely payment of rent, the lease shall continue on a month to month basis, upon the same terms and conditions stated herein, unless another agreement is signed. At lease renewal, if the lease renewal is not returned within the time frame provided the lease will be terminated. CONTROLLING LAW Landlord and Tenant understand their rights and obligations under the Lease are subject to statutes, rules and ordinances, including Chapter 704, Wisconsin Statutes, Wisconsin Administrative Code Chapter ATCP 134, and applicable local ordinances. Both parties shall obey all government orders, rules and regulations related to the Premises, including local housing codes. SMOKE DETECTOR NOTICE Wisconsin law requires that the Landlord maintain any smoke detectors located in any building common areas. State law further requires that THE TENANT MUST EITHER MAINTAIN ANY SMOKE DETECTOR ON THE PREMISES, OR GIVE LANDLORD WRITTEN NOTICE WHENEVER A SMOKE DETECTOR ON THE PREMISES IS NOT FUNCTIONAL. The Landlord shall provide, within five days of receipt of any such notice, any maintenance necessary to make that smoke detector functional. Tenant shall change the smoke alarm battery yearly upon lease renewal. Removal of smoke detector battery or disabling the function of the smoke detector is a violation of lease agreement and a Five-Day Notice to Cure or Vacate may be served. GUESTS Tenant may have guests residing temporarily in the Premises if their presence does not interfere with the quiet enjoyment of other occupants, and if the number of guests is not excessive for the size and facilities of the Premises. No guest may remain for more than two weeks without written consent of Landlord which will not be unreasonably...
Sale of. Exchange.—Contract in writing.—Sec. 30, Proc. 8 of 1902. On July 14, 1909, an agreement was entered into between the Chairman of the Public Works Committee of a Municipality and one of the Municipal officials, whereby it was provided inter alia that as soon as this agreement had been approved of by the Public Works Committee of the Municipality the Munici­ pality would prepare and execute a written agreement between the Munici­ pality and a certain Corporation embodying the terms of the agreement of July 14Ch, 1909. Thereafter the Town Clerk of the Municipality wrote a letter to the Corporation informing the Corporation that instructions had been given to the solicitors of the Municipality to prepare an agreement: Held, that this letter did not amount to a representation to the Corporation that the agreement of July 14, 1909, had been approved of by the Public Works Committee. A declaration, after alleging certain representations by the Town Clerk of a Muni­ cipality as to the acceptance of a certain agreement alleged that two other muni­ cipal officials made similar representations in regard to the same agreement and that the plaintiff acted on the representations as above. Xxxx, that an ex­ ception to the declaration had rightly been taken as it was not clear on which set of representations the plaintiff relied. Contract of sale in sec. 30 of Proclamation 8 of 1902 does not include contract of exchange.
Sale of a New ePlant™ Upon signing a binding contract to sell a new ePlant™ to any third party, EWSI shall pay Consultant 1% of the ePlant™ contracted selling price, payable in shares of EWSI restricted common stock.
Sale of. STOCK TO ESOP AND CONVERSION OF ESOP TO A PROFIT SHARING PLAN. If Xxxxxx X. Xxxxx has sold shares of the Company to the ESOP Trust, then following such sale but prior to Closing, the Company shall have converted the ESOP to a Profit Sharing Plan.
Sale of. STOCK Subject to the terms and provisions of this Agreement, Buyer agrees to purchase on the Closing Date (as hereinafter defined) from the Company and the Company agrees to sell, transfer, deliver and convey to Buyer 4,000,000 shares of common stock par value $.001 per share (the "Shares"), of the Company for a consideration of One Million, Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,500,000).
Sale of. Snapple Business: During the first forty two (42) months of his employment, Quaker sells Snapple to an acquiror and any of the following applies: (i) he is not offered a position by the acquiror; (ii) he is involuntarily terminated by the acquiror during the first six (6) months after Quaker's sale of Snapple; or (iii) during the first six (6) months following the sale he terminates his employment with the acquiror, or declines to accept a position with the acquiror, based on his good faith belief that the position available to him is unacceptable -- but if the facts clearly and convincingly establish that he resigned or declined a job he found acceptable merely to take a better opportunity offered to him by another company, he does not qualify.
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Sale of. Non-Core" Assets Net proceeds from the sale by the Borrower of "Non-Core" Assets, defined as land in Orlando, Florida.
Sale of. Verbal agreement.—Purchase-price.—Purchaser s rujht to reclaim. An owner of landed property, who has entered into a verbal agreement of sale, and lias on the faith of that agreement received the whole or portion of the purchase-price, is not entitled to retain both the money and the land. The purchaser is entitled to reclaim the price which he has paid if the performance of the seller’s inchoate contract has become impossible or if the latter has deliberately elected to retain the property; a tender by the seller made subse­ quent to such circumstances is no answer to the claim. Action for the recovery of certain moneys. The facts are set out in the judgment. Emelen (with him de Waal), for the plaintiff: The defendant elected to retain the property, and in fact the inchoate con­ tract is now impossible of performance. Accordingly Xxxx is can reclaim the money he paid on the principle that the law does not allow one man to enrich himself at the expense of another.
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