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SUMMARY OF THE. LIMITED PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT The following is a summary of the Limited Partnership Agreement for the Partnership, and is qualified in its entirety by the terms of the Agreement itself. Potential investors are urged to read the entire Agreement, which is set forth as Exhibit A to this Prospectus.
SUMMARY OF THE. Programme preparation The current programme is the result of an intensive and detailed working process, which required a large amount of cooperation, discussion and communication.
SUMMARY OF THE. Key Terms and Conditions of the Earn-in Agreement The following summary sets out the key terms and conditions of the Earn-in Agreement with Roxgold:
SUMMARY OF THE study concerning estimation of grassland production using information provided by drones based on the analysis of grassland on specific plots in the Podlaskie Voivodeship.
SUMMARY OF THE impact of increased current speed or dispersion on the spatial distribution of plume impact relative to two threshold levels. a) Schematic; b) Transect; c)


  • SUMMARY OF TERMS The following is a summary of the principal terms of the Lease. Any capitalized term set forth below shall, for the purposes of this Lease, have the meaning ascribed to it in this Section 1.

  • Summary of Rights As soon as practicable after the Record Time, the Company will mail a letter summarizing the terms of the Rights to each holder of record of Common Stock as of the Record Time, at such holder's address as shown by the records of the Company.

  • Project Summary The Sphinx at Sienna Villas development is a 156 unit development located within Brazoria County at 000 X. Xxxxxx X xx Xxxxxxxx, XX. The multi-family development will undergo rehabilitation due to damages suffered from Hurricane Xxxxxx in 2017. The proposed development aims to house low-income households earning 80% of Area Median Income (AMI) or below by allocating 110 of the units to serve this population. These units represent 71% of the total number of units within the Sphinx at Sienna Villas development. The property site is to be acquired by DR Sienna Villas Investments, LLC who currently has a purchase option on the property. DR Sienna Villas Investments, LLC is the project applicant and the housing developer is Sphinx Development Corporation who has extensive experience in constructing and managing multi-family developments. Proposed Unit Mix Bed Rooms

  • Budget Summary Other Sources (Page BudgetSum 2-3 - Acct 7000), must equal Other Uses (BudgetSum 2-3 - Acct. 8000). Estimated Beginning Fund Balance July,1 2020 for all Funds (Cells C3 - K3) (Line must have a number or zero. Do not leave blank.) OK Estimated Activity Fund Beginning Fund Balance July,1 2020 (Cell C83) (Cell must have a number or zero. Do not leave blank.) OK Transfer Among Funds (Funds 10, 20, 40 - Acct 7130 - Cells C29, D29, F29), must equal (Funds 10, 20 & 40 - Acct 8130 - Cells C52, D52, F52). OK Transfer of Interest (Funds 10 thru 90 - Acct 7140 - Cells C30:K30), must equal (Funds 10 thru 60, & 80 - Acct 8140 - Cells C53:H53, J53). OK Transfer to Debt Service to Pay Principal on Capital Leases (Fund 30 - Acct 7400 - Cell E39) must equal (Funds 10, 20 & 60 - Acct 8400 Cells C57:H60). OK Transfer to Debt Service to Pay Interest on Capital Leases (Fund 30 - Acct 7500 - Cell E40) must equal (Funds 10, 20 & 60 - Acct 8500 - Cells C61:H64). OK Transfer to Debt Service Fund to Pay Principal on Revenue Bonds (Fund 30 - Acct 7600 - Cell E41) must equal (Funds 10 & 20 - Acct 8600 - Cells C65:D68). OK Transfer to Debt Service to Pay Interest on Revenue Bonds (Fund 30 - Acct 7700 - Cell E42) must equal (Funds 10 & 20 - Acct 8700 - Cells C69:D72). OK Transfer to Capital Projects Fund (Fund 60 - Acct 7800 - Cell H43) must equal (Fund 10 & 20, Acct 8800 - Cells C73:D76). OK

  • Topic Description Licensee Responsibilities Licensee must:  Take appropriate steps to ensure the security, integrity, and confidentiality of Confidential Information and must comply with all relevant applicable laws and regulations, including laws protecting borrower privacy.  Not disclose Confidential Information to third parties, without Xxxxxx Mae’s prior written approval, except on a need‐to‐know basis to Licensee’s partners, Topic Description affiliates, officers, employees, directors, contractors, counsels, agents or representatives, provided they are subject to confidentiality obligations at least as stringent as those set forth in this Section A3.  Not use Confidential Information in any way that could be viewed as a conflict of interest, a breach of confidentiality or privacy, or the gaining of an unfair advantage from the relationship with Xxxxxx Xxx.  Implement commercially reasonable measures meeting or exceeding industry standards to ensure the security, integrity, and confidentiality of Confidential Information, including using industry‐standard encryption for data in transit and virus checking programs designed to prevent the transmission and receipt of viruses and other malicious code, implementing appropriate disaster recovery and back‐up procedures, implementing appropriate procedures to prevent disclosure of data and other materials to a party other than the intended recipient, and employing methods for securely disposing or destroying such information.  These measures must meet, at least, the same level of protection that the Receiving Party seeks for its own information of a similar nature.  Licensee must collaborate with Xxxxxx Mae in assessing the sufficiency of these measures and Licensee’s information security program, upon reasonable request.  Instruct its Related Parties who may receive Confidential Information about the requirements of this Section A3, and the processes and procedures necessary to comply with them.  Comply with all reasonable security policies and procedures required by Xxxxxx Xxx related to the access and use of Xxxxxx Mae’s systems or any Licensed Materials.  Not transmit to Xxxxxx Mae’s systems any materials that contain bugs, viruses, worms or other functions, routines, devices or instructions which may create any unauthorized access or damage to, or interruption in the functioning of, the Licensed Application or Xxxxxx Mae’s systems. Restrictive Legends  Licensee must abide by and reproduce and include any restrictive legend or proprietary rights notice that appears in or on any Confidential Information of Xxxxxx Xxx or any Third‐Party Licensor (or other third‐party owner) that it is authorized to reproduce.  Licensee also agrees that it will not remove, alter, cover or distort any trademark, trade name, copyright or other proprietary rights notices, legends, symbols or labels appearing on or in any Confidential Information of Xxxxxx Mae or any Third‐Party Licensor (or other third‐party owner). Required Actions in Case of Data Breach  Licensee must address any Data Breach with prompt and effective corrective action, including cooperation with Xxxxxx Xxx in the investigation and remediation of such Data Breach, as well as prompt disclosure and notification where legally required; and  Licensee must promptly notify Xxxxxx Mae of any Data Breach in writing ‐‐ at ‐‐ and must take all steps reasonably requested by Xxxxxx Xxx to mitigate the consequences of such Data Breach.

  • Project Description The Interconnection Customer is constructing a 15 MW solar powered facility (“Small Generating Facility”) located in the town of Boonville in Xxxxx County, New York. The Small Generating Facility is to consist of six (6) Power Electronics FS2800CU15 2.5MW / 2.8MVA solar inverters, each connected to a 2.8MVA 34.5kV/645V pad mount transformer with integral disconnect and fuses. The transformers will be fed on a single 34.5kV circuit back to a collector substation (“North Country Solar Collector Station”) using a mix of overhead and underground feeder lines (“Collection Feeder Lines”). The proposed Point of Interconnection (“POI”) for the Small Generating Facility is the 46kV bus at the Connecting Transmission Owner’s existing Boonville Station. The Point of Change of Ownership (“PCO”) shall be at the line side connection of the generator disconnect switch located on the Interconnection Customer’s disconnect switch structure. The POI and PCO are detailed in Figure 1 in Attachment 3.

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  • ITEM DESCRIPTION Equipment (include VIN, make, model, year, serial no., accessories, or other identifying features): 12. NO. OF OPERATORS PER SHIFT 13. HRLY/ DAILY/ MILEAGE SHIFT BASIS 14. SPECIAL 15. GUARANTEE (8 HOURS) Rate Unit Portable Toilet Rental – Serviced(Includes first day delivery/last day pickup and daily rental rate per unit) Portable Toilet Rental – Unserviced(Rental only, no daily service call) Accessible Portable Toilet Rental – Serviced(Includes first day delivery/last day pickup and daily rental rate per unit) Accessible Portable Toilet Rental – Unserviced(Rental only, no daily service call)

  • Special Reports and Services (i) Ultimus may provide additional special reports upon the request of the Trust or a Portfolio's investment adviser, which may result in an additional charge, the amount of which shall be agreed upon between the parties.

  • Additional Description If any additional information would help describe the property, include it here. Step 3 – Identify Lease Term 7.