To Qualify Sample Clauses

To Qualify. In order for an employee to qualify for the holiday pay provided in this article, they must be on pay status on the last scheduled work day immediately preceding the holiday, and the first scheduled workday immediately following the holiday.

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  • Tax-Free Qualification ITI shall use its reasonable best efforts not to, and shall use its reasonable best efforts not to permit any of its respective subsidiaries to, take any action (including any action otherwise permitted by this Article IV) that would prevent or impede the Merger from qualifying as a reorganization under Section 368 of the Code.

  • Tax Qualification The Acquiring Portfolio has qualified as a regulated investment company within the meaning of Section 851 of the Code for each of its taxable years; and has satisfied the distribution requirements imposed by Section 852 of the Code for each of its taxable years.

  • Number and Qualification Prior to a public offering of Shares there may be a sole Trustee. Thereafter, the number of Trustees shall be determined by a written instrument signed by a majority of the Trustees then in office, provided that the number of Trustees shall be no less than two or more than nine. No reduction in the number of Trustees shall have the effect of removing any Trustee from office prior to the expiration of his term. An individual nominated as a Trustee shall be at least 21 years of age and not older than 80 years of age at the time of nomination and not under legal disability. Trustees need not own Shares and may succeed themselves in office.

  • Number and Qualifications The number of Managers of the Company shall not be less than three nor more than five, as may be determined by the Member from time to time, but no decrease in the number of Managers shall have the effect of shortening the term of any incumbent Manager.

  • Due Qualification The Servicer is duly qualified to do business as a foreign corporation in good standing, and has obtained all necessary material licenses and approvals, in all jurisdictions in which the ownership or lease of property or the conduct of its business (including the servicing of the Receivables as required by this Agreement) shall require such qualifications, except where the failure to be so qualified or to have obtained such licenses or approvals would not have a material adverse effect on the Servicer’s earnings, business affairs or business prospects.

  • Number, Tenure and Qualifications The number of managers of the Company shall be not less than one (1) nor more than ten (10), but may be increased by amendment of this LLC Agreement by the Members. Each manager shall hold office for the term of which he is elected or until his successor shall have been elected and qualifies for the office, whichever period is longer. Managers need not be residents of the state of formation nor need they be the holder of any Percentage Ownership of the Company.

  • Election, Term of Office and Qualifications Officers may be elected from time to time by the Board of Managers. Such officers shall hold office until their successors are elected and qualified, or until such office is eliminated by amendment of this Agreement, in the case of the Named Officers, or by action of the Board of Managers, in the case of officers other than Named Officers. An officer who is a Manager shall hold office until the election and qualification of his or her successor even though he or she may cease to be a Manager.

  • Foreign Qualification Prior to the Company’s conducting business in any jurisdiction other than Delaware, the Company Board shall cause the Company to comply, to the extent procedures are available and those matters are reasonably within the control of any person designated as an officer of the Company (the “Officers”), with all requirements necessary to qualify the Company as a foreign limited liability company in that jurisdiction. At the request of the Company Board or any Officer, each Member shall execute, acknowledge, swear to and deliver any or all certificates and other instruments conforming with this Agreement that are necessary or appropriate to qualify, continue and terminate the Company as a foreign limited liability company in all such jurisdictions in which the Company may conduct business.

  • Minimum Qualifications Based on the Contractor’s submission, OGS has determined that Contractor met the minimum qualifications for the lot(s) as identified in Appendix G, Contractor and OGS Information. If Contractor is awarded Lot 1 as a New York State Certified Minority- or Women- Owned Business Enterprise or as a New York State Small Business, Contractor agrees that it must retain at least one of such statuses to retain its Lot 1 award. Should a Contractor no longer retain at least one of such statuses, OGS shall suspend its Lot 1 award and the Contractor shall not be able to respond to Authorized User’s requests. If the Contractor fails to regain at least one of the statuses within 90 calendar days and provide OGS with documentation of such status, then its Lot 1 award shall be terminated. Any transaction awarded prior to Contractor’s loss of such statuses may continue until completion, unless otherwise terminated in accordance with this Contract. REMAINDER OF PAGE LEFT INTENTIONALLY BLANK Minimum Qualifications Qualification # 1 Qualification #2 Qualification # 3 Continuous Operation (Years)* Experience delivering IT consultant services to Government Entities (Years) Number of Projects as Prime Contractor let by and performed for Government Entities Earliest Execution Date for all qualifying Projects Minimum qualifying dollar value per Project Lot 1** 2 2 2 06/01/2011 $25,000 Lot 2 4 4 5 06/01/2010 $125,000 Lot 3 8 8 5 06/01/2006 $5,000,000 Prime or Subcontractor/Reseller experience acceptable Prime experience acceptable only *Years of continuous operation must be immediately prior to this Solicitation Release date (as listed in 1.4 Key Dates) **Vendor eligibility for this Lot is limited to the following:  Vendor is a New York State Certified Minority- or Women-Owned Business Enterprise • Vendor is a New York State Certified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business o A business enterprise, including a sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability company or corporation that is: (a) at least fifty-one percent owned by one or more service-disabled veterans; (b) an enterprise in which such service-disabled veteran ownership is real, substantial, and continuing  Vendor meets the definition of a New York State Small Business which is as follows: o A business which is resident in New York State, independently owned and operated, not dominant in its field and employs one hundred or less persons (see State Finance Law section 160(8)) For the purposes of demonstrating all minimum qualifications listed in this section, examples of acceptable projects/contracts that may be used are as follows:  contracts billed on a Time and Materials Basis (T & M);  IT Projects/task orders awarded under an indefinite delivery/ indefinite quantity (IDIQ) master contract and  Certain other fixed price, deliverable based contracts may be used. For the purposes of qualification #1 (Years of continuous operation) and #2 (Years of experience providing IT Consulting Services) in each of the lots listed above, experience in either a Prime Contractor or Subcontractor/Reseller role may be used to demonstrate compliance with the qualification. For the purposes of qualifications #2 (Years of experience providing IT Consulting Services) and #3 (Projects as Prime Contractor let by Government Entities) in each of the Lots listed above, all IT projects submitted must be “let” by and performed for a Government Entity as defined in section 1.4 - Definitions. Any amendments/extensions to an original contract with a Government Entity submitted should be accompanied by an electronic copy of the original fully executed contract document. Please note: the earliest execution date for qualifying projects is based on the original contract execution date and not the execution date of the amendment or extension. For the purposes of qualification #3 (Projects as Prime Contractor let by Government Entities) in each of the Lots listed above, subcontracting and reseller experience are specifically prohibited from being used to demonstrate compliance with the qualifications. Master IDIQ contracts shall not be used to demonstrate compliance with this qualification, though IT projects/task orders awarded against a master IDIQ contract may be used for this purpose.

  • Due Qualification and Good Standing The Borrower is in good standing in the State of Delaware. The Borrower is duly qualified to do business and, to the extent applicable, is in good standing in each other jurisdiction in which the nature of its business, assets and properties, including the performance of its obligations under this Agreement, the other Facility Documents to which it is a party and its Constituent Documents, requires such qualification, except where the failure to be so qualified or in good standing could not reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect.