The University Sample Clauses

The University. 1. Reserves the right to enter a room for inspection for cleanliness, health and safety, to complete repairs, to respond to emergency situations, and to ensure that UNIVERSITY rules and regulations are being followed. Should the RESIDENT request service or repairs to either the UNIVERSITY’S or the RESIDENT’S property, it is assumed that the RESIDENT gives permission to enter the room when the RESIDENT is not present;
The University. This Agreement is entered into by ARCH in its own -------------- private capacity and not on behalf of the University, nor as its contractor or agent. It is understood and agreed that the University is not a party to this Agreement and is not liable for nor assumes any responsibility or obligation under this Agreement, and is not liable for any action or lack thereof by ARCH.
The University. All legal notices- For the attention of Commercial Legal Services Manager Finance Division At the address set out at the top of this Agreement Email: xxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxxx@xxxx.xx.xx All operational and administrative notices to- For the attention of The Director:- Open University Validation Partnerships, Xxxxxx X Xxxxx, Xxxxxx Xxxx Xxxxxx Keynes, MK7 6AA; United Kingdom.
The University. 1. The University would grant non-exclusive worldwide license to the INFLIBNET Centre for hosting and distributing their theses in digital format in 'Shodhganga'/ 'Shodhgangotri' or any other server designated for this purpose.
The University. The University shall act as Sponsor within the UK for the Study under the Research Governance Framework for Health and Social Care and/or the Research Governance Framework for Health and Community Care (as appropriate), the Human Tissue Xxx 0000 and/or Human Tissue (Scotland) Act 2006 (as appropriate), The World Medical Association Declaration of Helsinki, entitledEthical Principles for Medical Research Involving Human Subjects” and any subsequent amendments thereof. The University shall use any tissue, sample, data, material or other information provided by or derived from a Clinical Trial Subject and provided by or on behalf of the Clinical Centre to the University in accordance with the consent provided by the Clinical Trial Subject. If, in accordance with the Protocol, Relevant Material is to be sent by the Clinical Centre directly to a third party which is named in the Protocol then the University shall procure that such third party shall use, store and dispose of such Material in accordance with the provisions of the Human Tissue Xxx 0000 and/or Human Tissue (Scotland) Xxx 0000 (as appropriate. THE CLINICAL CENTRE The Clinical Centre shall procure the services of SITE PI NAME to act as Site Principal Investigator. The Clinical Centre shall ensure that the Site Principal Investigator and his or her team are properly qualified, trained and skilled to perform the clinical procedures required by the Study. Where the Clinical Centre intends to call upon the services of a Shared-Care Centre to carry out procedures or treatments related to the Study, then the Clinical Centre shall be responsible for ensuring that staff at the Shared-Care Centre are properly qualified trained and skilled to perform the clinical procedures required by the Study, and shall ensure that appropriate agreements are in place for the treatment of Clinical Trial Subjects at the Shared-Care Centre. Where relevant, the Clinical Centre shall provide the University with a list of all Shared-Care Centres involved in the Study References to the Clinical Centre below shall be deemed to include any Shared-Care Centres which the Clinical Centre uses to carry out procedures or treatments of the Clinical Trial Subjects. The Clinical Centre shall ensure that the Study and related activities at the Clinical Centre are carried out in accordance with: the current version of the Protocol, the requirements of the Research Governance Framework for Health and Social Care and/or the Research Governanc...
The University. The following chapters have the opportunity to enter into a billing agreement with the university covering the room and board plans offered by the chapter: Alpha Chi Omega, Delta Tau Delta, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Kappa Theta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Nu, Sigma Psi, Theta Chi, and Zeta Beta Tau. By applying to live in one of the covered houses or selecting a chapter board plan, the student agrees to have the room or board charges, as determined by the chapter, billed and collected by Case Western Reserve University through the student account. If a room or board charge was not available at the time of this agreement, the student agrees to be billed for the board charge determined by the chapter at a later date. If the student does not pay the xxxx consistent with the schedule of payment published by the Office of Student Financial Services for tuition and fees, the room charge will be subject to late fees. If the xxxx remains unpaid, a hold may be placed on the account and the student will not be able to register for classes, receive transcripts or receive a diploma. Spring Semester Charges For agreements starting in the fall semester, room and board assignments, and all applicable room and board charges, will be automatically charged for the spring semester if the student continues to live in the house or participate in the chapter board plan. A designated chapter officer is responsible for submitting any changes to the house roster and/or chapter meal plan to the Office of University Housing by December 9, 2022.
The University. (1) Under the authority of Wis. Stat. § 118.40(2x), the University, with the consent of the Board, hereby grants to the Grantee a charter to operate a Charter School under the terms and conditions of this Contract.
The University. 2.1.1. Agrees with the Organization on the number of students that will start the internship, no less than 14 days before the beginning of that internship.
The University. Signed on and behalf of the University of London Name: Xxxxx Xxxx Position: Pro VC (operations) The TENANT: Name of signatories: TENANT PRIVACY NOTICE During the application process and throughout your tenancy you will be asked to provide some personal information for our records. The statement below explains how the University will process this data. You will find data protection referred to in your tenancy agreement. The University of London Housing Services comes under the umbrella of CoSector, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of London (UoL), a registered Data Controller. The data we collect In order for us to manage your tenancy we will need to process your personal data as part of your use of our service. The data we will collect from you will include, and is not limited to the following:  your personal details for example full name, personal and academic contact details,  your out of term address,  information about your course of study and institution,  your disability status and/or any other relevant medical condition (where relevant to your housing needs),  your property address with landlord and letting agent details, where relevant,  area specific details on a case-by-case basis depending on the service we provide for you (for example, housing advice),  originals and/or copies of evidence documentation, as relevant and necessary in order to deliver our services for you  financial / payment information What we do with your data The University processes the information for the following purposes:  Managing your tenancy agreement, including application, termination and disputesVerifying your student status and other relevant information with your University or College  To carry out reporting and analysis on our tenants to check and monitor our outcomesContacting you regarding other University services (you will be able to unsubscribe if you wish) The legal basis we use to process your data The University has to have a legal basis for processing your data and relies on the following approach:  Collecting the data is necessary for the performance of your contract with us as a tenant  Where you access certain optional services we will ask for your consent  The University may process your data where necessary for compliance with a legal obligation arising from Housing Xxx 0000, Landlord and Xxxxxx Xxx 0000 and Protection from Eviction Xxx 0000, which are all referred to in the Tenancy Agreement  Where you provid...