The Contracting Party Sample Clauses

The Contracting Party s responsibility for the losses and damages that it may cause the CONTRACTED PARTIES and/or its subcontractors shall be limited to ten per cent (10%) of the total value of this AGREEMENT, as defined in item 7.6. ”
The Contracting Party must formally notify the Evaluator of its intention, include the reasons why, and invite the Evaluator to submit any observations within 30 days of receiving notification.
The Contracting Party must maintain a relationship with a range of qualified professionals who will serve persons supported in the facility and have the experience to do so for the term of the Agreement. The Contracting Party shall have policies and procedures for professional services.
The Contracting Party has the opportunity to publish its own data protection information on its virtual stall, notify the stall’s visitors and the Users that interact with him in this regard. The Contracting Party may point the Users to his own homepage, career page, social media page or other pages under his management (hereinafter jointly referred to as: Contracting Party’s homepage). In such a case, he is obligated to request from the Users the acceptance of its own data protection information (regulations), and may only request the Users to provide further personal or professional data after acceptance. The Organizer cannot provide a procedure or system to the Contracting Party for this that is mandatory for the Users, but it will make it possible for the Contracting Party to manage the Users according to his own data protection information by pointing them to his own homepage.
The Contracting Party is obliged to accept the goods. In the event of non-acceptance, the Contracting Party is liable for any damage caused by non-acceptance. This will not affect the right of the Contracting Party to formulate any claims arising out of defectiveness of the delivered goods. In so far as the delivered quantity exceeds the admissible variations (§ 5) there is no obligation to accept the delivery; the same applies in case of defective goods if this constitutes a material breach of contract or due to the nature of the goods there is risk of property damage or personal injury. If the Contracting Party is in default of acceptance of the goods, EGGER is entitled to claim compensation for the expenditure arising from it. In case of non- acceptance or delayed acceptance of container or air freights EGGER is entitled to invoice all costs including but not limited to storage, detention and other (for example un-stuffing, reloading, re-locating or disposing of the containers) resulting by the delayed customs clearance or takeovers of the shipped goods to the Contracting Party, charged by the carrier, the port or the airport of destination and thus irrespective of further or additional claims for damages.
The Contracting Party is obliged to transfer the fee for the ordered services against a fee requester, by the payment deadline indicated on the fee requester, but no later than on the 3rd working day prior to the opening of JOB4me. If the Contracting Party has an overdue debt to the Organizer at the time of concluding the current contract, it must pay the overdue debt and its default interest and is obliged to transfer the fee for the currently ordered services to the Organizer's bank account against a fee request, by the payment deadline indicated therein, but no later than the 3rd working day prior to the opening of JOB4me. General terms and conditions
The Contracting Party for electrical equipment must comply with the conditions imposed by applicable legislation. Special attention must be paid to electrical meters, computers and equipment for monitoring installations, which the Contracting Party must remove on expiry of their useful lives, establishing a suitable logistical procedure which uses the supplies return channel at no cost to ENEL.
The Contracting Party. 2.4.1. agrees to comply with and perform all of the obligations under these T&Cs and the Use Rights (and procure, and be responsible for, the compliance and performance of all such obligations by its employees, agents and/or sub-contractors) from the Effective Date;

Related to The Contracting Party

  • Contracting Parties The Government customer (Licensee) is the “Ordering Activity”, “defined as an entity authorized to order under GSA contracts as set forth in GSA ORDER 4800.2G ADM, as may be revised from time to time. The Licensee cannot be an individual because any implication of individual licensing triggers the requirements for legal review by Federal Employee unions. Conversely, because of competition rules, the contractor must be defined as a single entity even if the contractor is part of a corporate group. The Government cannot contract with the group, or in the alternative with a set of contracting parties.

  • Where one Contracting Party or its designated agency has guaranteed any indemnity against non-commercial risks in respect of an investment by any of its investors in the territory of the other Contracting Party and has made payment to such investors in respect of their claims under this Agreement, the other Contracting Party agrees that the first Contracting Party or its designated agency is entitled by virtue of subrogation to exercise the rights and assert the claims of those investors. The subrogated rights or claims shall not exceed the original rights or claims of such investors.

  • 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.

  • Contracting Party Consent Each Contracting Party hereby gives its unconditional consent to the submission of a dispute to international arbitration in accordance with this Part.

  • 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 shall cooperate with other contractors employed on the Project by the Owner, including providing access to the Site and project information as requested.

  • Contractor’s Project Manager 7.2.1 The Contractor’s Project Manager is designated in Exhibit F (Contractor’s Administration). The Contractor shall notify the County in writing of any change in the name or address of the Contractor’s Project Manager.

  • HUB Subcontracting Plan The Owner has adopted Exhibit H, Policy on Utilization of Historically Underutilized Business ("Policy"), which is incorporated herein by reference. Contractor, as a provision of the Agreement must comply with the requirements of the Policy and adhere to the HUB Subcontracting Plan submitted with Contractor's Proposal and attached as Exhibit I. No changes to the HUB Subcontracting Plan can be made by the Contractor without the prior written approval of the Owner in accordance with the Policy.

  • Contractor A person or entity who submits a Bid and who executes a Contract.

  • 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.