Specimen Sample Clauses

Specimen. 1.2 This tenancy agreement describes either your introductory tenancy under the Housing Act 1996 or your flexible tenancy under the terms of the Housing Act 1985. All the terms and conditions relating to introductory tenants set out in this agreement only apply to you if the box on page one is ticked stating that your tenancy will be an introductory tenancy under the Housing Act 1996 for the first year (unless extended). Whichever tenancy you have, it is important for you to know that you have a number of rights and responsibilities.
Specimen. (a) May also be exercised by a fixed term tenant who was granted a flexible tenancy but whose tenancy is no longer secure.
Specimen. There is a special procedure if you wish to claim against seizure (see Schedule 3(3) and (4) of the Customs and Excise Management Act 1979). Make your claim in writing within one month of the date of seizure and send it to the Customs Office where the seizure was made. Since there will be a court hearing you may wish to consult a solicitor unless you live outside the European Community, in which case you must choose a UK solicitor to act on your behalf and tell Customs the name and address of that solicitor. The court has the power to award costs to the successful party. If you make a claim against seizure, the things will be regarded as being returned to you (delivered up) under paragraph 16 of Schedule 3 of the Customs and Excise Management Act 1979. You may dispose of them in any way after making a claim. If you are not sure whether to make a claim or not, you must keep the things for one month from the date of seizure or until you make a claim against seizure, whichever is the earlier. If you dispose of the things in any way before the end of the one month period, without making a claim against seizure, you will not be able to make a later claim. C65 Page 1R(07/93) Agreement for the Return of Seized Property Withdrawn Full name ................................................................................................................................................................................... Address ..................................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................................... Specimen Property ..................................................................................................................................................................................... ................................................................................................................................................................................................... seized on ........................................................................... at ................................................................................................... I acknowledge that the things listed above were seized from me under Section 139 of the Customs a...
Specimen. A. The Accounts are genuine in all respects and are what they purport to be and are not evidenced by a judgment;
Specimen. Producer is an independent contractor and is not the agent of Quadrant or any of its principals or insurance companies. Quadrant shall be the sole judge of whether to accept, reject, or submit to Insurer for acceptance any applications of insurance for risks submitted by Producer and shall incur no liability for failure to place any such risk. Producer shall have no authority to bind any Insurer for Quadrant or to make representations not strictly in accordance with the provisions of the policies and contracts placed under the terms of this Agreement. Producer shall not make, alter or vary any terms of coverage, or modify terms of payment of any premium or deposit, or incur any liability for Quadrant.
Specimen. 3. As security for the payment of all amounts that the Customer is at any time required to pay under the Agreement, the Customer by signing this Agreement agrees to give the Provider a first ranking mortgage over all rights to and interest in (i) all sums payable under the Insurances (including refunds), and (ii) the right to cancel and/or enforcing the Insurance. If any event listed in Condition 8 occurs while any balance is outstanding on the Account, the Provider shall be entitled to take possession of the Insurances and to retain them (either itself or through the Broker, on its behalf) until that balance has been repaid in full, following which the Provider will deliver the Insurances to the Broker.
Specimen. The Administrator will credit ASCF for the cancellation refund as described in the Administrator’s agreement with ASCF. In addition, the Dealer may be entitled to a credit from ASCF or ASCF may be entitled to debit the Dealer’s account for a deficiency remittance depending upon the amount ASCF has paid for the Account and amounts the Administrator and the Purchaser have paid ASCF, all as described more fully below:
Specimen. A biological sample, such as blood or tissue, from a Subject, collected per the Protocol.
Specimen. 2.2 If you break any of the terms or conditions of this tenancy agreement, the council may decide to apply to the court for a possession order. This could ultimately result in the termination of your tenancy and everyone living in your home being evicted. Before the council applies to the court, it will give you a notice of its decision and details of your right to request a review of its decision. The council can ask the court that you pay the council’s legal costs if it makes an application to the court.