Substantial Change Sample Clauses

Substantial Change. 6.6.1 If there is a substantial change in the services described in the RFS to be provided by the Designer under this Contract, the Designer and the Owner will mutually agree to a written amendment describing the services and an amended Fee for Basic Services to reflect the change and reasonable cost of such change. Such changes shall be designated on Attachment F and shall be executed by the Designer and the Owner.
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Substantial Change. The parties may renegotiate this Agreement if either party would be materially adversely affected by continued performance as a result of a Substantial Change which presents a fundamental departure from the risk, services, administration, costs or expenses or other assumptions or intent of the parties in entering into either this Agreement, including without limitation:
Substantial Change. A substantial change in the Final Plans shall include, without limitation, the following changes, excluding those items generally considered to be tenant improvements:
Substantial Change. For the purposes of the first paragraph, a substantial change in relation to the composition of a corporation’s property means a decrease of at least 25 points between the percentage representing the proportion that the value of the property referred to in paragraph e of section 965.90 is of the total value of its property, as shown in its financial statements submitted to the shareholders for its last taxation year ended before the date of the receipt for the final prospectus or of the exemption from filing a prospectus, or, if such financial statements have not been prepared, or have not been prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, that would be shown if such financial statements had been prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, and the percentage representing the proportion that the value of the property referred to in that paragraph e is of the total value of its property, as shown in its last interim financial statements, or, if such financial statements have not been prepared, in any other document the Minister considers appropriate in the circumstances. History: 2006, c. 13, s. 80.
Substantial Change. Company shall not effect a substantial and material change in the duties and responsibilities of Employee (hereinafter, "Substantial Change") without Employee's consent. For the purposes of this Agreement, a Substantial Change shall have occurred if (a) Employee is demoted to a position for which the title is subordinate to "Executive Vice President"; (b) Employee's direct reporting responsibility is to an officer of the company other than the President, (c) Employee's primary management responsibility and authority should exclude both disciplines of sales and marketing; (d) Company appoints an officer simultaneously responsible for the same disciplines as Employee; or (e) the Company's primary business shall change to a line of business not generally regarded as part of the computer/software industry. A Substantial Change shall not occur merely if (f) the Company should sell any or all of its business units or lines of business; (g) the Company should acquire new business units or lines of business; (h) the number of subordinates reporting to Employee is either increased or decreased; or (i) Employee is asked to assume reasonable additional or different responsibilities not inconsistent with his expertise and job title.
Substantial Change. No significant changes were made.
Substantial Change. 6.6.1 If there is a substantial change in the services described in Attachment B to be provided by the Designer under this Contract, the Designer and the Owner will mutually agree to a written amendment describing the services and an amended Fee for Basic Services to reflect the change and reasonable cost of such change. Such changes shall be designated on Attachment F and shall be executed by the Designer and the Owner.
Substantial Change make, or permit to be made, any substantial change in the structure, type or speed of any of the Relevant Vessels, without receiving prior written consent thereof by the Facility Agent;
Substantial Change. Includes but is not limited to; a) loss of a previously existing run from an AM or PM complex; b) addition of a new run to a previously existing complex. Bus Drivers – Trips and Bid Award Process All trips will be bid on and awarded by the number of trips taken and seniority. Posted trips not bid on and emergency trips that could not be posted in time to be bid upon will be handled according to a procedure developed and agreed upon by a majority of drivers and the transportation supervisor. All trips with an initial report time of 5 p.m. or later will be paid a minimum of two (2) hours, regardless of the end time of the afternoon complex. If a driver is driving a trip (such as To Be Announced, TBA) that they did not bid on and win successfully, that trip will not be charged against them on either the regular bid board or the emergency bid board. Bidding on Trips that Exceed Regular Route Hours 1. All drivers who have successfully completed their probationary period are eligible to bid on all day trips. 2. An “All Day” trip is defined as a posted trip with depart and return times that conflict with the start time of any part of a drivers’ route, complex, or run. 3. A “posted” trip with depart and return times that may be driven during the hours between any existing route, complex or run is not an “All Day” trip. 4. The posted trip time must exceed your route time by a minimum of thirty (30) minutes. 5. If any part of the hours of the awarded trip conflict with the driver’s regular District assignment, the driver must give up the entire District assignment. Bus Drivers –Shuttles All assignees shall be able to meet posted requirements and not exceed eight (8) hours per day. Shuttle back-up driver positions will be assigned by seniority from a sign-up list. All assignments and drivers unassigned shall be posted. When a permanent position becomes available, back-up drivers shall have the option to bid on it. Chartering of Buses and Extra-curricular Trips Trip Analysis 1. All Vancouver School District activity and extra-curricular trips requiring transportation by bus shall be coordinated through the District’s transportation department. The transportation department will make all arrangements for the transportation of these students. 2. If Vancouver School District drivers and/or buses are not available, arrangements for another carrier may be made by the transportation office. 3. Trip needs (safety, number of students, length of trip, distance, equipment to be...
Substantial Change. (a) If there is a substantial change in the services described in the RFP to be provided by the A/E under this Contract, as determined by the Owner in its sole discretion, then the A/E and the Owner will mutually agree to a written amendment describing the services and an amended Fee for Basic Services to reflect the change and reasonable cost of such change. Such changes shall be designated on Exhibit F and shall be executed by the A/E and the Owner.