South Africa Sample Clauses

South Africa. Responsibility for Taxes. The following provision supplements Section 4 of this Agreement: You are required to immediately notify the Employer of the amount of any gain realized at vesting of the RSUs. If you fail to advise the Employer of such gain, you may be liable for a fine. Exchange Control Information. You are solely responsible for complying with applicable South African exchange control regulations, and neither the Company nor the Employer will be liable for any fines or penalties resulting from failure to comply with applicable laws. In particular, if you are a resident for exchange control purposes, you are required to obtain approval from the South African Reserve Bank for payments (including payment of proceeds from the sale of shares of Common Stock) that you receive into accounts based outside of South Africa (e.g., a U.S. brokerage account). Because the exchange control regulations change frequently and without notice, you should consult your legal advisor prior to the acquisition or sale of shares of Common Stock under the Plan to ensure compliance with current regulations. Spain Labor Law Acknowledgment. This provision supplements Sections 2(g), 6 and 7 of the Agreement: By accepting the RSUs, you consent to participation in the Plan and acknowledge that you have received a copy of the Plan document. You understand and agree that, as a condition of the grant of the RSUs, except as provided for in Section 2 of the Agreement, your termination of employment for any reason (including for the reasons listed below) will automatically result in the forfeiture of any RSUs that have not vested on the date of your termination. In particular, you understand and agree that, unless otherwise provided in the Agreement, the RSUs will be forfeited without entitlement to the underlying shares of Common Stock or to any amount as indemnification in the event of a termination of your employment prior to vesting by reason of, including, but not limited to: resignation, disciplinary dismissal adjudged to be with cause, disciplinary dismissal adjudged or recognized to be without good cause (i.e., subject to a “despido improcedente”), individual or collective layoff on objective grounds, whether adjudged to be with cause or adjudged or recognized to be without cause, material modification of the terms of employment under Article 41 of the WorkersStatute, relocation under Article 40 of the Workers’ Statute, Article 50 of the Workers’ Statute, unilateral withdra...
South Africa. If the Territory is South Africa, the MicroStrategy con contracting entity on the order is MicroStrategy South Africa (Proprietary) Limited, whose registered office is at 1st Floor, Building 6, Parc Nicol Office Park, 3001 William Nicol Drive, Bryanston, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa, and the following terms apply: (a) the Governing Law will be the laws of South Africa; and (b) any disputes, actions, claims or causes of action arising out of or in connection with this Agreement or the partiesrelationship under it will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of High Court of South Africa; and (c) the first sentence of the second paragraph of the “Data Protectionsection of the General Terms is deleted and replaced with the following: “We have implemented appropriate technical, organizational, and security measures designed to safeguard and protect Protected Data provided by you to us and we may access, use and transfer such Protected Data to our affiliates and third parties (including those located outside of the European Economic Area and South Africa) only for the purposes of fulfilling our obligations and exercising our rights, providing information to you and complying with our legal and auditing requirements.”; and (d) references toCPI” in the Agreement will be deemed to refer to the Consumer Price Index for South Africa for the previous 12 months.
South Africa. If the Territory is South Africa, the MicroStrategy con contracting entity on the order is MicroStrategy South Africa (Proprietary) Limited, whose registered office is at 1st Floor, Building 6, Parc Nicol Office Park, 3001 William Nicol Drive, Bryanston, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa, and the following terms apply:
South Africa. The Plan falls within the scope of international share incentive schemes approved by the Financial Surveillance Department of the South African Reserve Bank. Private individuals are allowed to participate in offshore share incentive or share option schemes, provided that such participation is financed in terms of the foreign capital allowance dispensation (i.e. the individual is limited to payment of R4million per annum for such participation) and/or from the proceeds of authorised foreign assets. Since the cost of the participation of an individual in the Plan will be charged to the South African employer, the acquisition of shares will have a direct impact on the country’s foreign exchange reserves, which means that the participation of the individual will be limited to the value of R4million per annum. Should an employee who qualifies in terms of the incentive scheme wish to acquire shares valued in excess of the amount of R4 million, payment thereof may be effected provided such shares are immediately disposed of and the full sale proceeds thereof transferred to South Africa in terms of Regulation 6.
South Africa. Exchange Control Information To participate in the Plan, the Participant must comply with exchange control regulations and rulings (the “Exchange Control Regulations”) in South Africa. Currently, the Exchange Control Department of the South African Reserve Bank (“Exchange Control”) requires that approval be sought for the purchase of securities by South African residents pursuant to foreign share incentive schemes, such as the acquisition of shares of Common Stock under the Plan. The Corporation is in the process of obtaining such approval. Because the Exchange Control Regulations change frequently and without notice, the Participant understands that he or she should consult a legal advisor prior to the acquisition or sale of shares under the Plan to ensure compliance with current regulations. The Participant understands that it is his or her responsibility to comply with South African exchange control laws, and neither the Corporation nor the Employer will be liable for any fines or penalties resulting from failure to comply with applicable laws. Tax Acknowledgment By accepting the Award, the Participant agrees to notify the Employer of the amount of any gain realized upon vesting of the Award. If the Participant fails to advise the Employer of the gain realized upon vesting, the Participant may be liable for a fine. The Participant will be responsible for paying any difference between the actual tax liability and the amount withheld. SPAIN
South Africa. If you are located in South Africa, nothing in the MindSphere Agreement shall limit any rights which you may have under the South African Consumer Protection Act of 2008. If both Parties are located in South Africa, Section 8.4 shall be replaced as follows:
South Africa. Responsibility for Taxes. The following provision supplements Section 6 of the Agreement: By accepting the RSUs, the Recipient agrees that, immediately upon vesting of the RSUs, he or she will notify the Employer of the amount of any gain realized. If the Recipient fails to advise the Employer of the gain realized upon vesting, he or she may be liable for a fine. The Recipient will be solely responsible for paying any difference between the actual tax liability and the amount withheld.