The Charter. The Certificate of Incorporation of the Company as in effect immediately prior to the Effective Time shall be the certificate of incorporation of the Surviving Corporation (the "Charter"), until duly amended or repealed as provided therein or by applicable Law.
The Charter. The Charter constitutes the legal, valid and binding obligation of the Charterer and of the Owner as “Owners” thereunder and is in full force and effect in the form of Exhibit “A” attached hereto; there are no amendments, additions, addenda or modifications thereto; said Exhibit “A” represents the entirety of the chartering and other arrangements referred to therein; and neither of the parties thereto is in default thereunder.
The Charter. The Charter of Merger Sub as in effect immediately prior to the Effective Time shall be the Charter of the Surviving Corporation, until duly amended in accordance with the terms thereof and of the DGCL, except that from and after the Effective Time, Article First of the Charter of Merger Sub shall be amended to be and read as follows:
The Charter. Pursuant to a time charterparty in relation to the Vessel dated 1 July 2004 made between, originally, the Charterer and Teekay Nakilat Corporation, as novated to Teekay Nakilat (II) Limited under a novation agreement dated [18 January 2006] between [the Charterer, Teekay Nakilat Corporation and Teekay Nakilat (II) Limited], as amended and restated by an amendment and restatement agreement dated 21 March 2012 and subsequently novated to the Guarantor under the novation, amendment and restatement agreement dated [ — ] and made between the Guarantor, Teekay Nakilat (II) Limited and the Charterer (the “Novation Agreement”) (such charter as novated, amended and restated by the Novation Agreement, the “Charter’), the Charterer has agreed to charter the Vessel from the Guarantor for an initial period of about twenty (20) years (subject to termination rights) from delivery thereunder.
The Charter. The Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA) and the New Zealand Dietitians Board (NZDB) have entered into a Mutual Recognition Voluntary Relationship Charter to mutually recognise dietitians who are credentialed or registered in Australia and New Zealand. The Mutual Recognition Voluntary Relationship Charter (the Charter) will apply only to (1) dietitians with full Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) status (Australia), or (2) dietitians who are registered with the NZDB, who hold an annual practising certificate (APC), and who have no supervisory conditions on their scope of practice (New Zealand). It should be noted that the Charter is neither legally binding nor enforceable in a court of law. The DAA and the NZDB have agreed that the standards of DAA credentialing and NZDB registration are sufficiently equivalent to enable a mutual recognition of dietitians to be achieved. These standards cover: • The Dietetic Practice Domains or Areas of Practice: clinical, public health dietetics, food • service. • The competencies required for entry into the profession. • The maintenance of continuing professional competency. • The dietetic qualifications, accreditation of educational institutions, and examinations. The DAA and NZDB also agree that differences exist in their cultural competency requirements, and that these differences can be addressed by the completion of specialised self-study for applicants for mutual recognition. Which Dietitians can apply for mutual recognition? The mutual recognition arrangement between the DAA and the NZDB applies to dietitians in: • Australia, who hold full APD status with the DAA, that is having practised for at least one year and completed their Provisional APD program; and • New Zealand, who are registered with the NZDB, who hold an annual practising certificate (APC), and who have no supervisory conditions on their scope of practice. Other credentialed/registered dietitians, typically those in their first year of practice after graduating or those returning to practice after a prolonged absence from dietetic practice, are not covered by this mutual recognition arrangement. No dietitian with any restriction or limitation regarding their practice in their country of registration/credentialing will be eligible to apply for Mutual Recognition. Confirmation by the DAA or NZDB to the other that an applicant has good standing with their credentialing/registration and practising status, will suffice to identify that the dietiti...
The Charter. The Certificate of Incorporation of the Company as in effect immediately prior to the Effective Time shall be the certificate of incorporation of the Surviving Corporation (the "Charter"), until duly amended as provided therein or by applicable Law (as defined below).
The Charter. 2 2.2 THE BY-LAWS............................................................................................2 ARTICLE III
The Charter. Act as custodians of the Charter and contribute to the development and delivery of the charter. Deliver the ethos and principles of the Charter Demonstrate our commitment to working to achieve community cohesion, responding to issues within communities, and in developing strategies, policies and procedures. Each partner will consider positively how community cohesion can best be achieved.