The P C. acknowledges and agrees that the Manager is entitled to prevent its competitors from obtaining and utilizing its trade secrets. The P.C. agrees to hold the Manager's trade secrets in strictest confidence and not to disclose them or allow them to be disclosed directly or indirectly to any person or entity other than persons engaged by the P.C. or the Manager. The P.C. acknowledges its fiduciary obligations to the Manager and the confidentiality of its relationship with the Manager and of any information relating to the services and business methods of the Manager which it may obtain during the term of this Agreement. The P.C. shall not, either during the term of this Agreement or at any time after the expiration or sooner termination of this Agreement, disclose to anyone other than employees or independent contractors of the P.C. or the Manager any confidential or proprietary information or trade secret obtained by the P.C. from the Manager. The P.C. also agrees to place any persons to whom said information is disclosed for the purpose of performance under legal obligation to treat such information as strictly confidential.
The U S. Competent Authority shall notify The Bahamas Competent Authority when the U.S. Competent Authority has determined that there is significant non-compliance with the obligations under this Agreement with respect to a Reporting Bahamas Financial Institution. The Bahamas Competent Authority shall apply its domestic law (including applicable penalties) to address the significant non-compliance described in the notice.
The Crown Re: Ministry Initiatives The parties acknowledge the ongoing implementation of the children’s Mental Health Strategy, the Special Needs Strategy, and other initiatives within the province of Ontario. The parties further acknowledge the importance of initiatives being implemented within the provincial schools system including but not limited to the addition of Mental Health Leads, and the protocol for partnerships with external agencies/service providers. It is agreed and affirmed that the purpose of the initiatives is to enhance existing mental health and at risk supports to school boards in partnership with existing professional student services support staff and other school personnel. It is not the intention that these enhanced initiatives displace CUPE workers, nor diminish their hours of work. LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING #14 BETWEEN The Canadian Union of Public Employees (Hereinafter ‘CUPE’) AND The Council of Trustees’ Associations (Hereinafter the ‘CTA/CAE’) AND The Crown Re: Provincial Health and Safety Working Group The parties reconfirm their intent to participate in the Provincial Health and Safety Working Group. The purpose of the working group is to consider areas related to health and safety in order to continue to build and strengthen a culture of health and safety mindedness in the education sector. Areas for discussion may include: Violence in the Workplace; Occupational health and safety training, including training for CUPE members; Caring and Safe Schools as it relates to CUPE members; Health and safety considerations in high risk areas of the school; and Any other health and safety matters raised by either party. The Crown commits to convene a meeting of the Working Group prior to December 31, 2015. CUPE will be entitled to equal representation on the Provincial Health and Safety Working group. Where best practices are identified by the committee, those practices will be shared with school boards. LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING #15 BETWEEN The Canadian Union of Public Employees (Hereinafter ‘CUPE’) AND The Council of Trustees’ Associations (Hereinafter the ‘CTA/CAE’) AND The Crown RE: Violence Prevention Training CUPE will be consulted, through the Central Labour Relations Committee, regarding the development/purchase of a training program on the prevention of violence for employees whose core duties require them to work directly in contact with students who may pose a safety risk. The Crown agrees to fund the development/purchase. The Central Labour Relations Committee will consider the following points in developing the training module program including: Causes of violence; Factors that precipitate violence; Recognition of warning signs; Prevention of escalation; and Controlling and defusing aggressive situations. Employee reporting obligations The training program will be made available to boards and CUPE no later than November 30, 2016. Local boards will consult with local unions regarding the implementation of the training program. LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING #16 BETWEEN The Canadian Union of Public Employees (Hereinafter ‘CUPE’) AND The Council of Trustees’ Associations (Hereinafter the ‘CTA/CAE’) AND The Crown Re: Additional Professional Activity (PA) Day The parties confirm that should there be an additional PA Day beyond the current 6 PA days in the 2017-2018 and/or the 2018-2019 school years, there will be no loss of pay for CUPE members (excluding casual employees) as a result of the implementation of these additional PA days. For further clarity, the additional PA day will be deemed a normal work day. CUPE members will be required to attend and perform duties as assigned. Notwithstanding these days may be designated as SULP days.
The Non-U S. Lender is not a controlled foreign corporation receiving interest from a related person within the meaning of Section 881(c)(3)(C) of the Code.
The FTPS Unit Servicing Agent shall distribute to redeeming FTPS Unit holders of record on its books redemption proceeds it receives pursuant to Section 5.02 of the Standard Terms and Conditions of Trust from the Trustee as the sole record owner of FTPS Units on the Trustee's books.
Use of Facilities and Services Subject to the rules and policies of the University, the UFF Chapter shall have the right to use University facilities for meetings and all other services on the same basis as they are generally available to other University- related organizations, which are defined as follows. University-Related Groups and Organizations. These groups and organizations may or may not receive budgetary support. Examples of such groups include student organizations, honor societies, fraternities, sororities, alumni associations, faculty committees, University Support Personnel System staff council, direct support organizations, the United Faculty of Florida, etc. At a minimum, University facilities provided to UFF Chapter shall include:
PROFESSORS AND TEACHERS A professor or teacher who makes a temporary visit to a Contracting State for a period not exceeding two years for the purpose of teaching or conducting research at a university, college, school or other educational institution, and who is, or immediately before such visit was, a resident of the other Contracting State shall be exempt from tax in the first-mentioned Contracting State in respect of remuneration for such teaching or research.
THE ACADEMY 2.1 The Company will establish and maintain, and carry on or provide for the carrying on of the Academy in accordance with the Master Agreement and this Agreement.
Compliance with this Agreement The Company shall have performed and complied with all of its agreements and conditions set forth or contemplated herein that are required to be performed or complied with by the Company on or before the Closing Date.
The Facilities Subject to the terms of this Agreement, the Lenders make available to the Borrowers: