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This Section 13. 00.00 shall cover all work of the Individual Employer in the geographical area as described in 02.07.00 of this Agreement and the classifications set forth in this Section and any new classifications added under Section 20.00.00
This Section 13. 00.00 shall cover all work of the Individual Employer in the geographical area as de- scribed in 02.07.00 of this Agreement and the classifications set forth in this Section and any new classifications added under Section 20.00.00 of this Agreement in Northern California. If Individual Employers perform work covered by this Section 13.00.00 in the State of Hawaii, such work shall be covered by this Section.

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  • Other Provisions applicable to Adjustments under this Section The following provisions shall be applicable to the making of adjustments of the number of shares of Common Stock for which this Warrant is exercisable and the Warrant Price then in effect provided for in this Section 4:

  • Section 13 2 Provisions of Funding Note Indenture for the Sole Benefit of Parties and Holders........................................................78 SECTION 13.3 Successors and Assigns of Global Funding Bound by Indenture................79 SECTION 13.4 Notices and Demands on Global Funding, Funding Note Indenture Trustee and any Holder.....................................................79 SECTION 13.5 Trust Certificates and Opinions of Counsel; Statements to be Contained Therein..........................................................81 SECTION 13.6

  • Section 16.2 11 Salaries for employees subject to this Agreement, during the term of this Agreement, are contained in 12 Schedule A attached hereto and by this reference incorporated herein.

  • Tax Law Section 5-A Section 5-a of the Tax Law, requires certain Contractors awarded State Contracts for commodities, services and technology valued at more than $100,000 to certify to the NYS Department of Taxation and Finance (DTF) that they are registered to collect New York State and local sales and compensating use taxes. The law applies to Contracts where the total amount of such Contractors’ sales delivered into New York State are in excess of $300,000 for the four quarterly periods immediately preceding the quarterly period in which the certification is made, and with respect to any affiliates and subcontractors whose sales delivered into New York State exceeded $300,000 for the four quarterly periods immediately preceding the quarterly period in which the certification is made. A Vendor is required to file the completed and notarized Form ST-220-CA with OGS certifying that the Vendor filed the ST-220-TD with the NYS Department of Taxation and Finance (DTF). Please note that the NYS Department of Taxation and Finance should receive the completed Form ST-220-TD, not OGS. OGS should only receive the Form ST-220-CA. Proposed Contractors should complete and return the certification forms within five (5) business days of request (if the forms are not completed and returned with Vendor Submission). Failure to make either of these filings may render a Vendor non- responsive and non-responsible. Each Vendor shall take the necessary steps to provide properly certified forms within a timely manner to ensure compliance with the law. Website links to the Contractor certification forms and instructions are provided below. Form No. ST- 220-TD must be filed with and returned directly to DTF and can be found at xxxx://xxx.xxx.xx.xxx/pdf/current_forms/st/st220td_fill_in.pdf. Unless the information upon which the ST-220-TD is based changes, this form only needs to be filed once with DTF. If the information changes for the Contractor, its affiliate(s), or its subcontractor(s), a new Form No. ST-220-TD must be filed with DTF. Form ST-220-CA must be submitted to OGS. This form provides the required certification that the Contractor filed the ST-220-TD with DTF. This form can be found at xxxx://xxx.xxx.xx.xxx/pdf/current_forms/st/st220ca_fill_in.pdf. Vendors may call DTF at 000-000-0000 for any and all questions relating to §5-a of the Tax Law and relating to a company's registration status with the DTF. For additional information and frequently asked questions, please refer to the DTF web site: xxxx://xxx.xxx.xx.xxx.

  • Expense Limitation As part of the consideration for the Fund entering into this Agreement, the Manager hereby agrees to limit the aggregate expenses of every character incurred by the Fund, including but not limited to Fees of the Manager computed as hereinabove set forth, but excluding interest, taxes, brokerage, and other expenditures which are capitalized in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and extraordinary expenses (“Manager Limitation”). Under the Manager Limitation, the Manager agrees that through a certain date (“Certain Date”), such expenses shall not exceed a certain level of the average daily net assets of the Fund (“Expense Limitation”). To determine the Manager’s liability for the Fund’s expenses over the Expense Limitation, the amount of allowable year-to-date expenses shall be computed daily by prorating the Expense Limitation based on the number of days elapsed within the fiscal year of the Fund, or limitation period, if shorter (“Prorated Limitation”). The Prorated Limitation shall be compared to the expenses of the Fund recorded through the prior day in order to produce the allowable expenses to be recorded for the current day (“Allowable Expenses”). If the Fund’s Management Fee and other expenses for the current day exceed the Allowable Expenses, the Management Fee for the current day shall be reduced by such excess (“Unaccrued Fees”). In the event the excess exceeds the amount due as the Management Fee, the Manager shall be responsible to the Fund for the additional excess (“Other Expenses Exceeding Limit”). If at any time up through and including the Certain date, the Fund’s Management Fee and other expenses for the current day are less than the Allowable Expenses, the differential shall be due to the Manager as payment of cumulative Unaccrued Fees (if any) or as payment for cumulative Other Expenses Exceeding Limit (if any). If cumulative Unaccrued Fees or cumulative Other Expenses Exceeding Limit remain at the Certain Date, these amounts shall be paid to the Manager in the future provided that: (1) no such payment shall be made to the Manager after a two year reimbursement period following the Certain Date; and (2) such payment shall only be made to the extent that it does not result in the Fund’s aggregate expenses exceeding the Expense Limitation. The Manager may voluntarily agree to an additional expense limitation (any such additional expense limitation hereinafter referred to as an “Additional Expense Limitation”), at the same or a different level and for the same or a different period of time beyond the Certain Date (any such additional period being hereinafter referred to an as “Additional Period”) provided, however, that: (1) the calculations and methods of payment shall be as described above; (2) no payment for cumulative Unaccrued Fees or cumulative Other Expenses Exceeding Limit shall be made to the Manager more than two years after the end of the Additional Period; and (3) payment for cumulative Unaccrued Fees or cumulative Other Expenses Exceeding Limit after the expiration of the Additional Period shall only be made to the extent it does not result in the Fund’s aggregate expenses exceeding the Additional Expense Limitation to which the unpaid amounts relate.

  • Expense Limitations In the event the operating expenses of the Fund, ------------------- including amounts payable to the Investment Adviser pursuant to subsection (a) hereof, for any fiscal year ending on a date on which this Agreement is in effect exceed the expense limitations applicable to the Fund imposed by applicable state securities laws or regulations thereunder, as such limitations may be raised or lowered from time to time, the Investment Adviser shall reduce its management and investment advisory fee by the extent of such excess and, if required pursuant to any such laws or regulations, will reimburse the Fund in the amount of such excess; provided, however, to the extent permitted by law, -------- ------- there shall be excluded from such expenses the amount of any interest, taxes, distribution fees, brokerage fees and commissions and extraordinary expenses (including but not limited to legal claims and liabilities and litigation costs and any indemnification related thereto) paid or payable by the Fund. Whenever the expenses of the Fund exceed a pro rata portion of the applicable annual expense limitations, the estimated amount of reimbursement under such limitations shall be applicable as an offset against the monthly payment of the fee due to the Investment Adviser. Should two or more such expense limitations be applicable as at the end of the last business day of the month, that expense limitation which results in the largest reduction in the Investment Adviser's fee shall be applicable.

  • Section 17 Right Certificate Holder Not Deemed a Stockholder................13 Section 18. Concerning the Rights Agent......................................14 Section 19. Merger or Consolidation or Change of Name of Rights Agent........14 Section 20.

  • RECAPTURE PROVISION In the event the ORGANIZATION fails to expend these funds in accordance with state law and/or the provisions of this Agreement, the COUNTY reserves the right to recapture funds in an amount equivalent to the extent of noncompliance. Such right of recapture shall exist for a period of two (2) years following release of any report from an audit conducted by the COUNTY and/or the State Auditor’s Office under the Section 4 (EVALUATION AND MONITORING) provisions or the 3-year records retention period required under Section 4 (EVALUATION AND MONITORING), whichever occurs later. Repayment by the ORGANIZATION of any funds recaptured under this provision shall occur within twenty (20) days of any demand. In the event the COUNTY is required to institute legal proceedings to enforce this recapture provision, the COUNTY shall be entitled to its costs thereof, including reasonable attorney’s fees.

  • Company Minimum Gain Chargeback Notwithstanding any other provision of this Section 5.1, if there is a net decrease in Company Minimum Gain during any Company taxable period, each Member shall be allocated items of Company income and gain for such period (and, if necessary, subsequent periods) in the manner and amounts provided in Treasury Regulations Sections 1.704-2(f)(6), 1.704-2(g)(2) and 1.704-2(j)(2)(i), or any successor provision. For purposes of this Section 5.1(b), each Member’s Adjusted Capital Account balance shall be determined, and the allocation of income and gain required hereunder shall be effected, prior to the application of any other allocations pursuant to this Section 5.1(b) with respect to such taxable period (other than an allocation pursuant to Section 5.1(b)(iii) and Section 5.1(b)(vi)). This Section 5.1(b)(i) is intended to comply with the Company Minimum Gain chargeback requirement in Treasury Regulations Section 1.704-2(f) and shall be interpreted consistently therewith.

  • TOP-HEAVY PROVISIONS As specified in the Adoption Agreement, the provisions of this Article XIII will either (1) always supersede any conflicting provisions in the Plan or (2) only supersede such conflicting provisions in any Plan Year beginning after 1983, during which the Plan is or becomes Top-Heavy.