Special Units Sample Clauses

Special Units. The Sheriff shall have the right to assign employees from time to time to special units in order to meet obligations based upon contractual relations with other units of government. Employees assigned to these special units shall perform such duties as may be assigned by the Sheriff and shall work such schedules as may be determined by the Sheriff from time to time in accordance with the contractual arrangements with the specific unit of government. Employees assigned to such special units shall perform only such duties as are assigned by the Sheriff in the particular unit of government specified, unless they are specifically directed by the Sheriff to perform other duties as may be required by bonafide emergencies requiring the Sheriff to utilize such special units to meet law enforcement activities of the Employer. Unless specifically assigned to duties outside of the unit of government covered by the contract, such employees shall have no right to any work assignment performed by other deputies under this Agreement or otherwise.
Special Units. Concurrently with the signing of this Agreement, ASLP shall issue to Executive 1,701 special equity units in ASLP, having an aggregate priority allocation equal to $300,000, for an aggregate purchase price of $3,000 and on the terms and subject to the conditions set forth in the Limited Partnership Agreement of ASLP, dated as of January 28, 2000 (as the same may be from time to time amended, the “ASLP Agreement”). As a condition of the grant of special units pursuant to this Paragraph 3(d), Executive agrees to execute an agreement to be bound by the terms and provisions of (i) the ASLP Agreement and (ii) the Amended and Restated Securityholders Agreement of ASLP, dated as of October 4, 2002 (as the same may be from time to time amended).
Special Units. Officers assigned to special units specifically created and conducted by the West Seneca Police Department, such as the Motorcycle Officer, DARE, Field Training Officers, School Resource Officers, Officers assigned to Training, and Officers assigned to the Accident Investigation Unit or Traffic Enforcement Squad, Officers assigned to the Crisis Negotiation Team, and Officers assigned to the Aviation Squad, shall be paid a premium of two and one- half percent (2.5%) of their standard hourly rate for each hour worked in that capacity. Officers assigned to the Honor Guard shall be paid a premium of two and one-half percent (2.5%) of their standard hourly rate for each hour worked in that capacity in non-overtime situations. Should a special unit be assigned to a scheduled detail resulting in overtime, the officer will only receive their respective overtime rate for those hours worked. It is agreed and understood that no premium shall be paid for time spent in training for these assignments. In no event shall an officer "acting" in a special unit capacity be eligible to receive the premium. In the event that an FTO is not available: When two Lieutenants are on duty, the Town will assign a new officer to ride with one of the Lieutenants; if two Lieutenants are not on duty, the new officer will be assigned to desk duty.
Special Units. The General Partner may from time to time cause the Partnership to issue Special Units to Persons interested in acquiring the same on the terms set forth herein and for such consideration as the General Partner may determine to be appropriate, and may admit such Persons as Special Limited Partners (each, a “Special Limited Partner”). Special Units shall be treated as Common Units, with all of the rights, privileges and obligations attendant thereto. For purposes of computing the Partners’ Percentage Interests, holders of Special Units shall be treated as Common Unit holders and Special Units shall be treated as Common Units. In particular, the Partnership shall maintain at all times a one-to-one correspondence between Special Units and Common Units for distribution and other purposes. Admission of any Special Limited Partner shall be subject to the terms and conditions of this Section 4.01(b). The holders of Special Units shall, when, as and if authorized and declared by the General Partner out of assets legally available for that purpose, be entitled to receive distributions in an amount per Special Unit equal to the distributions per Common Unit (the “Common Partnership Unit Distribution”), paid to holders of Common Units on such Partnership Record Date established by the General Partner with respect to such distribution. So long as any Special Units are outstanding, no distributions (whether in cash or in kind) shall be authorized, declared or paid on Common Units, unless equal distributions have been or contemporaneously are authorized, declared and paid on the Special Units.
Special Units. 11 Section 2.04
Special Units. The Company is hereby authorized to issue the Special Units in the amounts, in exchange for the Property, subject to the indebtedness and to the Special Members as set forth on Exhibit B. Each Special Unit shall have an initial Capital Account Book Value of $100 per Special Unit.
Special Units. The separate series of limited partnership interests issued to Wells Capital, Inc. pursuant to the Partnership Agreement as referenced in Section 8(c), which Wells Capital, Inc. subsequently transferred to Wells Timberland Management Organization, LLC.
Special Units. (a) There is hereby created a series of Units to be designated as “Special Units,” consisting of Special Units and having the same terms and conditions as the Common units, except as set forth below:
Special Units. The Company will allocate Special Units under the Policy on the 9th Policy Anniversary and on every third Policy Anniversary occurring thereafter. The allocation rate of Special Units is 0.90%. Allocation of special units is on the basis of the average fund value which will be the average of the Fund Values on all Monthly Dates falling during the last 36 months preceding the date on which the Special Units are to be allocated. This allocation is done by creating additional Units to your Policy across the Funds, in the same proportion as your Allocation Proportion then in effect.