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The Parties recognize that in the framework of a merger or an acquisition of an important part of its assets, it may be impossible under applicable EU and national laws on mergers and acquisitions for a Party to give the full 45 calendar days prior notice for the transfer as foreseen in the Grant Agreement.
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The Parties recognize. (a) The right of the Employees to fair and just consideration for vacancies in light of their length of continuous service and their qualifications;
The Parties recognize. 8.1.1 the need to provide information to the public on the negotiation process;
The Parties recognize the need of electronic monitoring in public places as part of a safety and security plan.

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  • Parties’ Relationship The parties to the Agreement are independent parties. BNY Mellon, in furnishing the Services, is acting as an independent contractor. BNY Mellon has the sole right and obligation to supervise, manage, contract, direct, procure, perform or cause to be performed, all work to be performed by BNY Mellon and its employees, agents, independent contractors and other representatives under the Agreement. At no time shall any such individuals represent himself or herself as an employee of a Fund or be considered an employee of a Fund. BNY Mellon is not a joint venturer with, nor an employee, agent or partner of the Funds and has no authority to represent or bind the Funds as to any matters.

  • Parties Responsibilities It is the duty of Management to make every reasonable effort to provide and maintain a safe place of employment. CAPE will cooperate by encouraging all employees to perform their work in a safe manner. It is the duty of all employees in the course of performing their regularly assigned duties to be alert to unsafe practices, equipment, and conditions and to report any such unsafe practices, or conditions to their immediate supervisors. If such condition cannot be satisfactorily remedied by the immediate supervisor, the employee has the right to submit the matter in writing either personally or through his area representative to the local facility safety office. On any matter of safety that is not resolved by the safety officer within a reasonable period of time, the area representative may confer with the safety officer who will respond in writing. If the area representative is not satisfied with the response of the safety officer, a CAPE representative may consult with the Chief of the Health, Safety, Disability and Benefits Division of the Department of Human Resources or his designate. A representative of such branch shall investigate the matter and advise the Assessor and CAPE of his findings, and recommendations, if any.

  • Parties’ Representatives Both Parties shall ensure that throughout the term of this Agreement, a duly appointed Representative is available for communications between the Parties. The Representatives shall have full authority to deal with all day-to-day matters arising under this Agreement. If a Party’s Representative becomes unavailable, the Party shall promptly appoint another Representative. Acts and omissions of Representatives shall be deemed to be acts and omissions of the Party. Owner and CAISO shall be entitled to assume that the Representative of the other Party is at all times acting within the limits of the authority given by the Representative’s Party. Owner’s Representatives and CAISO’s Representatives shall be identified on Schedule J.

  • Irreparable Harm It is mutually agreed the breach of this Contract on Contractor’s part shall result in irreparable and continuing damage to MPS for which money damages may not provide adequate relief. Therefore, the breach of this Contract on Contractor’s part shall entitle MPS to both preliminary and permanent injunctive relief and money damages insofar as they can be determined under the circumstances.

  • Conflict of Interest – Contractor’s Personnel The Contractor shall exercise reasonable care and diligence to prevent any actions or conditions that could result in a conflict with the best interests of the County. This obligation shall apply to the Contractor; the Contractor’s employees, agents, and subcontractors associated with accomplishing work and services hereunder. The Contractor’s efforts shall include, but not be limited to establishing precautions to prevent its employees, agents, and subcontractors from providing or offering gifts, entertainment, payments, loans or other considerations which could be deemed to influence or appear to influence County staff or elected officers from acting in the best interests of the County.

  • Disclosure of Contractor Parties Litigation The Contractor shall require that all Contractor Parties, as appropriate, disclose to the Contractor, to the best of their knowledge, any Claims involving the Contractor Parties that might reasonably be expected to materially adversely affect their businesses, operations, assets, properties, financial stability, business prospects or ability to Perform fully under the Contract, no later than ten (10) Days after becoming aware or after they should have become aware of any such Claims. Disclosure shall be in writing.

  • Conflict of Interest Contractor Personnel 2.5.1 The A-E shall exercise reasonable care and diligence to prevent any actions or conditions that could result in a conflict with the best interests of the COUNTY. This obligation shall apply to the A-E; the A-E’s employees, agents, and relatives; sub-tier contractors; and third parties associated with accomplishing work and PROJECTS/SERVICES hereunder.

  • Other Clients Seller acknowledges that the Broker may or may not have other clients with similar property characteristics as the Seller. Broker shall not favor any client’s property over the Seller’s Property for any reason.

  • Irreparable Injury The Parties acknowledge that either Party’s breach of this Article 11 would cause the other Party irreparable injury for which it would not have an adequate remedy at law. In the event of a breach, the nonbreaching Party may seek injunctive relief, whether preliminary or permanent, in addition to any other remedies it may have at law or in equity, without necessity of posting a bond.

  • EXTRA-CONTRACTUAL DAMAGES Extra-contractual damages are defined as punitive, statutory or compensatory damages due to the Ceding Company's negligence, oppression, malice, fault, wrongdoing or bad faith in connection with an award against the Ceding Company in excess of the limits of the policy reinsured as a result of, but not limited to, an act, omission or course of conduct committed solely by the Ceding Company in connection with the benefits payable under a particular policy reinsured under this Agreement.