Texas Government Code for definition of “auxiliary enterprise.” Contact OGC with questions.): 4.12 Contractor, at its sole cost and expense, will comply with all requirements of Subchapter C, Chapter 2252, Texas Government Code, including the provision of financial statements, payment statements derived from sales tax reports, and bonds.
Texas Government Code. The contested case process provided in Chapter 2260, subchapter C, Texas Government Code, is Contractor’s sole and exclusive process for seeking a remedy for any and all alleged breaches of contract by TAMU-CC if the parties are unable to resolve their disputes under subparagraph (A) of this paragraph. Compliance with the contested case process provided in subchapter C is a condition precedent to seeking consent to sue from the Legislature under Chapter 107 of the Texas Civil Practices and Remedies Code. Neither the execution of this Contract by TAMU-CC nor any other conduct of any representative of TAMU-CC relating to this Contract shall be considered a waiver of sovereign immunity to suit. The submission, processing and resolution of Contractor’s claim is governed by the published rules adopted by the Office of the Attorney General pursuant to Chapter 2260, as currently effective, hereafter enacted or subsequently amended. These rules are found in the Texas Administrative Code. Neither the non-occurrence nor occurrence of an event nor the pendency of a claim constitutes grounds for the suspension of performance by Contractor, in whole or in part.
Texas Government Code. At a minimum, Project Architect shall provide an economic evaluation for the potential of renewable energy applications pursuant to the legislative requirements. Guidelines are available from the State Energy Conservation Office, State Comptroller’s Office. Basic design services shall include incorporation of the provisions of the Xeriscape Landscaping design requirements as adopted by the State of Texas Building & Procurement Division for Xeriscape landscaping on new construction projects, pursuant to Section 2166.404 Texas Government Code. Project Architect shall provide site analysis and design to incorporate these provisions. A summary of the project requirements meeting these guidelines shall also be provided for the Design Development submittal package. The Project Architect, as part of Basic Services, shall engage a recognized and specialized construction cost estimating consultant acceptable to the Owner to prepare detailed Construction Cost Estimates of the Project in a form acceptable to the Owner following the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) format. Updated Estimates shall be included with the plans and specifications submitted for review at completion of the Design Development phase and at the stages of completion of the Construction Documents required in Article 14. If the Construction Cost Estimate exceeds the Construction Cost Limitation at any time, the Owner will determine whether to increase the Construction Cost Limitation or require the Project Architect to revise the Project scope or quality to comply with the Construction Cost Limitation at no additional cost to Owner. Reductions in Project scope or quality are subject to Owner’s review and approval. If the Construction Cost Estimate is below the Construction Cost Limitation, the Owner and Project Architect shall mutually agree on changes to the project scope or the Construction Cost Limitation. The Project Architect shall submit documents to the Owner for review at completion of the Schematic Design and Design Development phases and at the stages of completion of the Construction Documents as described in Article 14. The Project Architect shall incorporate into the documents such corrections and amendments as the Owner requests, unless the Architect objects in writing and receives the Owner’s consent not to make the changes. The Project Architect will be responsible for any damages incurred by the Owner that are caused by Project Architect’s failure to incorporate request...
Texas Government Code. Each provision of this Agreement is severable. If any provision is rendered invalid or unenforceable by statute or regulations or declared null and void by any court of competent jurisdiction, the remaining provisions will remain in full force and effect if the essential terms of this Agreement remain valid, legal, and enforceable.
Texas Government Code. Section 660.113(e); and Texas Government Code, Sections 2113.012 and 2113.101.
Texas Government Code. §2157.068 requires State agencies to buy commodity items, as defined below, in accordance with contracts developed by DIR, unless the agency obtains an exemption from DIR or a written certification that a commodity is not on DIR contract (for the limited purpose of purchasing from a local government purchasing cooperative).
Texas Government Code. Section 551.072 - Deliberation Regarding Real Property; to deliberate the purchase, exchange, lease, or value of real property if deliberation in an open meeting would have a detrimental effect on the position of the governmental body in negotiations with a third person: Fish Trap Road; FM 424