The Period Sample Clauses

The Period. 4.1 The period of the lease commences on the commencement date as mentioned in Item 11 of Schedule 1 and terminates on the termination date as mentioned in Item 15 of Schedule 1.
The Period. D. If 180 (one hundred and eighty) days passed since Notice was delivered by one party on the Notification Date (hereinafter: the "Period") and the Couple had not reached an agreement to rehabilitate the Marriage and the Marriage Counselor had not written that in the Counselor's opinion further counseling would assist the Couple in rehabilitating their marriage, then the Sender may take all actions to exercise the obligations of the other party as set forth in clause E' or F' herein, as applicable (hereinafter: the "Obligations"). If the Marriage Counselor had stated that, in the Counselor's opinion, further counseling would assist the Couple in rehabilitating their marriage - the Period shall be extended by an additional 90 days (hereinafter: the "Extended Period") and clause C (2) shall apply to the Extended Period. The Sender may, in writing, extend the Period or reduce the extension. The extension of the Period by one party shall not extend the relevant period in respect to the notice by the other party. The Couple expressly agree that:
The Period. An is a person employed by The Ottawa Board of Education position is within the bargaining unit described in Article 4 of this Agreement. regular twelve-month employee is one per year and who works the prescribed in Article for a full-time employee. A full-time ten-month employee is one employed for ten months per year, September I to inclusive, and works the hours; prescribed in Article for full-time employee during the months specified above. A regular part-time is one employed for either twelve months per or, ten months per year as described in , and less than the number of days per for a full-time employee, A employee not a regular employee but one who hired to perform the duties of a or part=-time twelve-month and whose continued employment subject to the terms and conditions of Article respecting employee on probation. A casual employee is who is neither a regular full-time nor probationary or temporary employee but one who is as required to perform different duties from time to time not on a regular basis. A Temporary employee is one who neither a regular or part-time nor a Probationary employee, but one who employed for a only, to; Substitute for an employee! who has been granted leave of but not to exceed that period of absence; for an employee on sick or an long term absence time that employee to work, or of of that employee's employment; Perform the duties required for a special project such as but limited to experimental program or a statutory program for a to exceed calendar months. This time period 'may be extended by mutual agreement between the Union and the Employer. Employer agrees to the Union of special projects prior to posting the positions. OF
The Period. The period of two years [minimum of 2 years] from XXX (‘the Period’) and the Landlord agrees to the Council through its agency Magna Carta Lettings having sole management rights to the Property during the Period.
The Period. The Period: A proposed mentoring relationship can span anything from 3 months to 36 months. How long am I prepared to contract to, as an initial commitment to the mentoring relationship? Please insert the appropriate information. Period: Intended Initiation date: Intended Termination Date: 0-3months 3-6months 6-12 months 12-36 months

Related to The Period

  • Commencement Date The Subcontractor shall be permitted to begin the Services on ______________________, 20____ (“Commencement Date”).

  • Beginning (i) no earlier than eleven (11) weeks before the expected birth date, and

  • week period If an employee fails to return at the end of the family care or medical leave, the CSU may require repayment of insurance premiums paid during the unpaid portion of the leave. The CSU shall not require repayment of premiums if the employee's failure to return is due to his/her serious health condition or due to circumstances beyond the employee's control.

  • Notice Period Where this Agreement specifies a minimum period of notice to be given to the Facility Agent, the Facility Agent may, at its discretion, accept a shorter notice period.

  • Transitional Period At the end of the transitional period as defined in Article 10(2) of the Directive, Jersey shall cease to apply the retention tax and revenue sharing provided for in this Agreement and shall apply in respect of the other contracting party the automatic exchange of information provisions in the same manner as is provided for in Chapter II of the Directive. If during the transitional period Jersey elects to apply the automatic exchange o information provisions in the same manner as is provided for in Chapter II of the Directive, it shall no longe apply the withholding/retention tax and the revenue sharing provided for in Article 9 of this Agreement.

  • COMMENCEMENT/EXPIRATION DATE This instrument is executed as of the date of last signature and is effective for five years from that date, at which time it will expire unless extended.

  • Vesting Commencement Date The Vesting Commencement Date of the Option hereby granted is January 1, 2004.

  • Expiration Date Each Letter of Credit shall expire at or prior to the close of business on the earlier of (i) the date one year after the date of the issuance of such Letter of Credit (or, in the case of any renewal or extension thereof, one year after such renewal or extension) and (ii) the date that is five Business Days prior to the Maturity Date.

  • Meal Period Employees shall receive a meal period which shall commence no less than two (2) hours nor more than five (5) hours from the beginning of the employee's regular shift or when he/she is called in to work on his/her regular day off. The meal period shall be no less than one-half (½) hour nor more than one (1) hour in duration and shall be without compensation. Should an employee be required to work in excess of five (5) continuous hours from the commencement of his/her regular shift without being provided a meal period, the employee shall be compensated two (2) times the employee's straight-time hourly rate of pay for the time worked during his/her normal meal period and be afforded a meal period at the first available opportunity during working hours without compensation.

  • Vacation Period ‌ The choice of vacation periods shall be granted to employees on the basis of seniority with the Employer except where the period requested would be detrimental to the operation of the Employer.