Time Constraints Sample Clauses

Time Constraints. The number of working days indicated at each step herein should be considered a maximum, and effort must be made to expedite the process. If the District fails to respond to the grievance within the maximum number of days at any step, the grievant proceeds to the next step. Failure of the grievant to comply with the time limits or to attend scheduled meetings to discuss or consider the grievance shall be deemed a termination of the grievance with prejudice. Time limits may be extended by mutual written consent or due to unusual circumstances.
Time Constraints. Unless otherwise specified in writing by Network Solutions, all projects will be considered completed upon delivery of the completion notification email. Any additional work will be considered out of the scope of the initial project and subject to hourly charges.
Time Constraints. Absent unusual circumstances discipline imposed as result of other than an Internal Affairs Investigation, or Shooting Team Investigation, shall be imposed within five (5) business days after the incident giving rise to the discipline occurs or becomes known to a command staff officer or it shall be considered dropped. If unusual circumstances arise, the Lodge shall be notified immediately through written or electronic media.
Time Constraints. All toilets/facilities (except Acacia Park) are to be cleaned daily including weekends and public holidays. Toilets are to be cleaned by 10.00 am each day including Public Holidays. Toilets are to be cleaned twice a day during peak periods.
Time Constraints. It is anticipated installation of the Motus receiver station(s) will take place in XXX, although exact dates will be arranged between BCR and XXXX in advance. Stations will remain in place year-round for a minimum period of five years, which period can be terminated by either party provided a 30 day written notice is given. At any point, this Agreement can be re-evaluated by both parties and stations taken down or moved to a different location. Cost of Installation or Removal of Motus Station. BCR will assume the cost of the acquisition and installation of the Motus station and related equipment. If the station must be dismantled or moved, absent agreement otherwise, the party requesting the movement or removal of the station shall assume the associated cost.
Time Constraints. Absent unusual circumstances, discipline imposed as result of a shift level investigation shall be imposed within thirty (30) calendar days after the incident giving rise to the discipline occurs or becomes known to a captain or higher ranking officer. Discipline, up to and including termination, may be administered as a result of an Internal Affairs Investigation or administered at the unit, watch, or division level as a result of job performance issues. Unit, watch, or division level discipline can be imposed for, among other things, dependability and punctuality, poor job performance, insubordination, policy violations, or other job performance issues. Depending upon the circumstances, serious violations of law and policy may justify a higher level of discipline, up to and including termination, even for a first offense.
Time Constraints. Negotiations shall begin at a time agreeable to both parties within the month of January. The first negotiations session will be set by the Board and Association at the regular December Board meeting. This requirement may be changed only by mutual agreement of both parties. All points of request will be refined at the third meeting, with ground rules only being established during the first meeting. No further items or refinements will be considered subsequent to this time.
Time Constraints. (A) During the Period of Construction. Temporary electric power and lighting installations shall be permitted during the period of construction, remodeling, maintenance, repair, or demolition of buildings, structures, equipment, or similar activities
Time Constraints. This agreement is contingent upon the applicant submitting a completed subdivision application to the Planning Board for the 55 units within forty-five (45) days of this stipulation together with completed long form E.A.F., unless extended by mutual agreement of the Owner, the Village Board and Planning Board. This agreement is further contingent upon the applicant to diligently pursue and advance its application to the Planning Board.
Time Constraints. Time constraints are planned for 117 plots. However, it should be noted that the possibility of their temporary occupation does not affect the use of the real property by the owners or users of the plot, as it is primarily related to the need to mow greenery in the vicinity of spurs. There was no identified need to take over the real property for the benefit of the State Treasury provided for a temporary restriction on use. These real properties are not necessary for the implementation of the investment, nor do they need to be subject to a permanent restriction on use. After the execution of the described works consisting in mowing the greenery, the previous owners will be able to use these properties in the current manner, due to the lack of changes. 35 out of 117 real properties are owned by private entities. Compensation for temporary restrictions will be paid in accordance with the rules detailed in Chapter 6.2.2. Establish permanent and temporary limitations. It should be emphasized that both the area of time limitations as well as the plots for which time limitations are planned may be altered due to pending works on the design documentation.