The CONTRACTED Sample Clauses

The CONTRACTED. PARTIES acknowledge that the execution of the services described herein may interfere adversely with the operation and functioning of the CONTRACTING PARTIES’ telecommunications network. Thus, the CONTRACTED PARTIES assure the CONTRACTING PARTIES that no interference shall affect the telecommunications services rendered by the CONTRACTING PARTIES to third parties; the CONTRACTED PARTIES shall be responsible for all damages that the CONTRACTING PARTIES may incur in, as a result of possible interruptions or losses in the rendering of services, subject to the limit of ten per cent (10%) of the total amount of PO’s issued until the date of damage.
The CONTRACTED. PARTIES are fully aware that rendering services to the assisted operation shall only become possible after the startup of the commercial operation of the Telecommunications network which, in turn, depends on the prompt and correct fulfillment of the obligations undertaken by the CONTRACTED PARTIES in the CORE Supply Agreement, its being hereby agreed that, should the activities of the CONTRACTED PARTIES as described herein in connection with assisted operation have to be suspended because of delays brought about by the latter or nonfeasance of their obligations as stipulated in the CORE Supply Agreement, all direct or indirect costs incurred by the CONTRACTED PARTIES as a result of the aforementioned suspension shall be born only by the themselves, at no cost whatsoever to the CONTRACTING PARTY.
The CONTRACTED. PARTIES shall undertake to supply a table with the prorated value per Site, to be paid in connection with events 1 and 2 mentioned in item 8.1 above. This table shall be submitted to the CONTRACTING PARTIES for approval immediately after this AGREEMENT has been signed.
The CONTRACTED. PARTIES acknowledge that the execution of the services described herein may interfere adversely with the operation and functioning of the third parties’ telecommunication networks. Thus, the CONTRACTED PARTIES are responsible for all damages that the CONTRACTING PARTY may incur in, as a result of possible complaints from third parties as to problems damaging the operation and the running of their telecommunication networks.
The CONTRACTED. PARTIES may on a semi-annual basis, during the effectiveness period of licenses and by means of prior notice to the CONTRACTING PARTY, carry out measurements, so that to assess if the licenses are being used as per quantities set forth in the PO. Should the CONTRACTING PARTY have been using quantities above the contract, it shall issue PO’s within no later than five (5) business days as from the receipt of corresponding IPI, as per amounts provided for in LUP and always within a scale of twenty per cent (20%), as per examples below, or immediately cease their use, in this assumption, with no amount being due in this regard. Examples: Scenario A) – Measurement verifies the additional use of 18% Collection: additional 20% Scenario B) – Measurement verifies the additional use of 31% Collection: additional 40% 35 Scenario C) – Measurement verifies the additional use of 45% Collection: additional 60%
The CONTRACTED. PARTIES reserve themselves the right to suspend activities resulting from this AGREEMENT, thirty (30) days after the CONTRACTING PARTY receives an extrajudicial or judicial notice from the former, in the case of unjustified delays in payment in excess of thirty (30) days. This hypothesis applies neither to the cases mentioned in items 8.4, 8.7 and 8.8 above, nor to those cases described in this AGREEMENT in which failure of the CONTRACTING PARTY to pay is expressly authorized and justified.

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  • THE CONTRACT The Contract Documents form the contract for construction. This contract represents the entire and integrated agreement between the parties and supersedes all prior negotiations, representations, or agreements, either written or oral. The contract may only be amended by Change Order. The Contract Documents shall not be construed to create any contractual relationship of any kind between the Architect and the Contractor, but the Architect shall be entitled to performance of obligations intended for his benefit, and to enforcement thereof. Nothing contained in the Contract Documents shall create any contractual relationship between the State or the Architect and any Subcontractor or Sub-subcontractor.

  • THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS The Contract Documents Consist of this Agreement, Conditions of the contract (General, Supplementary and other Conditions), Drawings, Specifications, Addenda issued prior to execution of this Agreement, other documents listed in this Agreement and Modifications issued after execution of this Agreement; these form the Contract, and are as fully a part of the Contract as if attached to this Agreement or repeated herein. The Contract represents the entire and integrated agreement between the parties hereto and supersedes prior negotiations, representations or agreements, either written or oral. An enumeration of the Contract Documents, other than Modifications, appears in Article 9.

  • The Contractor must 16.1.1. treat all Authority Protected Information as confidential and safeguard it accordingly, implementing appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect Authority Protected Information against disclosure;

  • The Contractor A general contractor shall be retained by Tenant to construct the Improvements. Such general contractor (“Contractor”) shall be selected by Tenant from a list of general contractors supplied by Landlord, and Tenant shall deliver to Landlord notice of its selection of the Contractor upon such selection.

  • MASTER CONTRACT This Master Contract is entered into this 1st day of July, 2014, between Westlake Charter Schools (hereinafter referred to as “LEA”) and CARE Educational Services (hereinafter referred to as “CONTRACTOR”) for the purpose of providing special education and/or related services to LEA students with exceptional needs under the authorization of California Education Code sections 56157, 56361 and 56365 et seq. and Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations section 3000 et seq., AB490 (Chapter 862, Statutes of 2003) and AB1858 (Chapter 914, Statutes of 2004). It is understood that this agreement does not commit LEA to pay for special education and/or related services provided to any LEA student, or CONTRACTOR to provide such special education and/or related services, unless and until an authorized LEA representative approves the provision of special education and/or related services by CONTRACTOR. Upon acceptance of a LEA student, CONTRACTOR shall submit to LEA an Individual Services Agreement (hereinafter referred to as “ISA”) and a Nonpublic Services Student Enrollment form as specified in the LEA Procedures. Unless otherwise agreed in writing, these forms shall acknowledge CONTRACTOR’s obligation to provide all services specified in the student’s Individualized Education Plan (hereinafter referred to as “IEP”). The ISA shall be executed within ninety (90) days of an LEA student’s enrollment. XXX and CONTRACTOR shall enter into an ISA for each LEA student served by CONTRACTOR. As available and appropriate, the LEA shall make available access to any electronic IEP system and /or electronic data base for ISA developing including invoicing. Unless placement is made pursuant to an Office of Administrative Hearings (hereinafter referred to as “OAH”) order, a lawfully executed agreement between LEA and parent or authorized by XXX for a transfer student pursuant to California Education Code section 56325, XXX is not responsible for the costs associated with nonpublic agency placement until the date on which an IEP team meeting is convened, the IEP team determines that a nonpublic agency placement is appropriate, and the IEP is signed by the LEA student’s parent.

  • Contract As used in this document, “Contract” (whether or not capitalized) shall, unless the context requires otherwise, include this document and all incorporated Exhibits, which set forth the entire understanding of the Parties and supersedes all prior agreements. All modifications to this Contract must be in writing and signed by all Parties. All Contract Exhibits listed below are incorporated in their entirety into, and form part of, this Contract. The Contract document and Exhibits shall have priority in the following order:

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  • THE CONTRACT SUM 3.1 The Owner shall pay the Contractor for performance of the Contract, including the Base Proposal and Alternate Proposal(s), the sum of _________________________________________________ ($_________________), and make payment on account as provided in the UTUGCs.

  • Where a Contracting Party expropriates the assets of a company which is incorporated or constituted under the law in force in any part of its own territory, and in which investors of the other Contracting Party own shares, it shall ensure that the provisions of this Article are applied so as to guarantee prompt, adequate and effective compensation in respect of their investment to such investors of the other Contracting Party who are owners of those shares.