The notice. (i) must be given to the employer as soon as practicable (which may be a time after the leave has started); and
The notice. B. A party who desires to live apart from the other may deliver written notice to the other party (hereinafter: Notice Recipient) wherein the sending party (hereinafter: the "Sender") requests to exercise the obligations of the other party as set forth in clauses E' or F', as the case warrants (hereinafter: the "Notice"). The sending of a Notice by one party shall not prevent the sending of a Notice by the other party as well. The Notice shall be hand-delivered or dispatched by registered mail or an alternative method of delivery in accordance with the Rules of Civil Procedure, 5744 - 1984. The date of delivery of the Notice shall be called herein: the "Notification Date". The Sender may revoke the Notice in writing and may independently choose to resend it. The revocation of a Notice shall not affect the validity of a Notice sent by the other party.
The notice of Drawdown shall be irrevocable and the Borrower shall be bound to borrow in accordance with such notice.
The notice of Charges shall contain a statement of the employee’s right to a Formal Administrative Hearing described in 13.6, the time within which such hearing may be requested, which shall be not less than five (5) days after service of the Notice of Charges on the employee, and said Notice of Charges shall be accompanied by a card or paper, the signing and filing of which, with the Superintendent/President or his/her designee, shall constitute a demand for a Formal Administrative Hearing and a denial of all charges. Failure of the employee to file a request for hearing within the time specified shall constitute a waiver of the employee’s right to a hearing.
The notice. (i) must be given to Anglicare SQ as soon as practicable (which may be a time after the absence has started); and
The notice. (a) Must be given to the Company as soon as reasonably practicable (which may be a time after the absence has started); and
The notice of Medical Separation shall inform any CalPERS vested employee that the State Bar will file an application for disability retirement with CalPERS on behalf of the employee unless the employee opts out of said application. The employee shall notify the State Bar no later than five (5) working days after the effective date of the medical separation whether the employee opts out of the Employer-
The notice. 126.96.36.199 must be given to the City as soon as reasonably practicable, which may be after the absence has started.