The United Kingdom. Each Dealer represents and agrees that:
The United Kingdom. (a) The parties acknowledge that the transfer of the Purchased Assets, including the transfer of the UK Business Employees in accordance with this Agreement, constitutes a relevant transfer for the purposes of the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 as amended (“UK TUPE Regulations”) and that the contract of employment between Halyard Health UK Limited (“UK Subsidiary”) and each employee deemed to be transferring as identified as UK Business Employees in Section 6.02(a) of the Seller Disclosure Schedule (“UK Business Employees”) (except for any provisions or Liabilities arising under or in connection with any occupational pension scheme and excluded from transfer under the UK TUPE Regulations) will have effect from the Transfer Date (which shall be the “time of transfer” for the purposes of the UK TUPE Regulations) as if originally made between Buyer or one of its Affiliates and each UK Business Employee.
The United Kingdom. The United Kingdom is a dualist State,155 where common law is applied by English Courts. The interpretation of law is historically governed by three rules: the Mischief Rule, the Golden rule and the Literal Rule.156 However, even before the ratification of the 1969 Vienna Convention in 1971,157 English Courts regularly acknowledged that principles other than domestic interpretations should be applied with respect to the 1929 Warsaw Convention.158 155 See, for the 1929 Warsaw Convention: Carriage by Air Act 1932 – with a translation in English of the 1929 Warsaw Convention in the Schedule; for the 1999 Montreal Conven- tion: The Carriage by Air Acts (Implementation of the Montreal Convention 1999) Order 2002. 156 See, The Law Commission and the Scottish Law Commission, The Interpretation of Statutes, 9 June 1969, points 23-28, Source: <xxxxx://xxx.xxxxxxxxxx.xxx.xx/ files/3912/7989/6877/rep11.pdf> (accessed 3 July 2019): ‘The classic statement of the mischief rule is that given by the Barons of the Court of Exchequer in Heydon’s Case [(1584) 3 Co.Rep. 7a]: “And it was resolved by them, that for the sure and true interpreta- tion of all statutes in general (be they penal or beneficial, restrictive or enlarging of the Common Law), four things are to be discerned and considered: 1st. What was the Common Law before the making of the Act,
The United Kingdom. Tax Obligations This provision supplements Section 7 of the Agreement: Without limitation to Section 7 of the Agreement, the Participant hereby agrees that the Participant is liable for all Tax Related Items and hereby covenants to pay all such Tax Related Items, as and when requested by the Company, or the Employer, or by Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (“HRMC”) (or any other tax authority or any other relevant authority). The Participant also hereby agrees to indemnify and keep indemnified the Company and, if different, the Employer, against any Tax Related Items that they are required to pay or withhold or have paid or will pay to HMRC (or any other tax authority or any other relevant authority) on the Participant’s behalf.
The United Kingdom. Each Dealer represents, warrants and agrees that:
The United Kingdom. The United Kingdom has an extensive history of intellectual property protection and to understand the state of the law and the way it is enforced today, it is important to start with its beginnings in the 18th Century. It is particularly interesting in the way 10 X X Xxxxxxxx and J Suk (n 9 above) 1159
The United Kingdom. Bodies - Central Blood Laboratories Authority, - Design Council, - Health and Safety Executive, - National Research Development Corporation, - Public Health Laboratory Services Board, - Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service, - Commission for the New Towns, - Development Board For Xxxxx Xxxxx, - Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxx Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxxx, - Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx, - Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxxx Housing Executive, - Scottish Enterprise, - Scottish Homes, - Welsh Development Agency. Categories - Universities and polytechnics, maintained schools and colleges, - National Museums and Galleries, - Research Councils, - Fire Authorities, - National Health Service Authorities, - Police Authorities, - New Town Development Corporations, - Urban Development Corporations. The following is added to Annex I 'Lists of bodies and categories of bodies governed by public law referred to in Article 1 (b)':