Thresholds Sample Clauses

Thresholds. MAXIMUM ALLOCATION % OF MAXIMUM ACCUMULATION VALUE PREMIUM % DOLLAR CAP ------------------ --------- ---------- Contract Limits [30%] [99.999%] [$9,999,999] THRESHOLDS ---------- Each Restricted Fund has one or more thresholds at which point no further amounts may be allocated to that division. Compliance with a threshold is verified whenever there is a transaction initiated which is subject to such threshold (premium payments, transfers, withdrawals). A threshold is applied to the total Accumulation Value of each Restricted Fund. Thresholds may be changed by the Company for new premiums, transfers or withdrawals by Restricted Fund upon 30 day notice.
Thresholds. The threshold of a sample to constitute a positive result alcohol, drugs, or their metabolites is contained in the standards of one of the programs listed in MN Statute §181.953, subd 1. The employer shall, not less than annually, provide the unions with a list or access to a list of substances tested for under this LOA and the threshold limits for each substance. In addition, the employer shall notify the unions of any changes to the substances being tested for and of any changes to the thresholds at least thirty (30) days prior to implementation.
Thresholds. Each Restricted Fund has one or more thresholds at which point no further amounts may be allocated to that division. Compliance with a threshold is verified whenever there is a transaction initiated which is subject to such threshold (premium payments, transfers, withdrawals). A threshold is applied to the total Accumulation Value of each Restricted Fund. Thresholds may be changed by the Company for new premiums, transfers or withdrawals by Restricted Fund upon 30 day notice.
Thresholds. (1) To determine whether the acquisition of products by lease, rental, or lease-purchase con- tract (including lease-to-ownership, or lease-with-option-to purchase) is cov- ered by the WTO GPA or an FTA, cal- culate the estimated acquisition value as follows:
Thresholds. Set thresholds for exterior and acoustical doors in full bed of sealant complying with requirements specified in Division 7 Section "Joint Sealants."
Thresholds. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, (a) in no event shall there be any adjustments to the Base Purchase Price or other remedies provided by Seller or available to Buyer for any individual Title Defect for which the Title Defect Amount does not exceed $150,000 (“Individual Title Defect Threshold”); and (b) in no event shall there be any adjustments to the Base Purchase Price or other remedies provided by Seller for any Title Defect that exceeds the Individual Title Defect Threshold or any Environmental Defect that exceeds the Individual Environmental Defect Threshold unless the sum of (i) the Title Defect Amounts of all such Title Defects that exceed the Individual Title Defect Threshold, excluding any Title Defects cured by Seller, and (ii) the Environmental Defect Amounts of all such Environmental Defects that exceed the Individual Environmental Defect Threshold, excluding Environmental Defects cured by Seller, exceeds the Aggregate Defect Deductible, after which point Buyer shall be entitled to adjustments to the Base Purchase Price only with respect to such Title Defects and Environmental Defects that exceed the Aggregate Defect Deductible.
Thresholds. No Seller shall have any obligation to indemnify the Buyer Indemnitees pursuant to Sections 9.02(a)(i) (other than with respect to any breach of the Fundamental Representations or the special warranty contained in Section 3.01(c)) unless and until the Buyer Indemnitees have suffered aggregate Liabilities (A) with respect to an individual Claim thereunder, in an amount that exceeds the Individual Claim Threshold, and (B) with respect to all Claims thereunder, together with all Title Defect Amounts determined pursuant to Article III (regardless of whether the Purchase Price was adjusted prior to Closing for such Title Defects under Section 2.04 and Article III) that, in the aggregate, exceed the Aggregate Threshold. In the event the Buyer Indemnitees have suffered such Liabilities exceeding the Aggregate Threshold, subject to the Individual Claim Threshold, Sellers and/or Manager, as the case may be, will thereafter be obligated, subject to Section 9.02(b)(ii), to indemnify the Buyer Indemnitees from and against the entire amount of all such Liabilities from and including the first such dollar; provided however, that the Buyer Indemnitees shall not recover twice for any amounts for which the Purchase Price was adjusted under Article III prior to Closing.
Thresholds. For procurement of goods and services (To be adjusted according to the formula in Section G, paragraph 2): $56,190 For procurement of construction services (To be adjusted according to the formula in Section G, paragraph 3): $6,481,000 Schedule of Chile