Trade. Pursuant to the federal Export Administration Act and Ohio Revised Code 9.76(B), the LPA and any contractor or sub-contractor shall warrant that they are not boycotting any jurisdiction with whom the United States and the State of Ohio can enjoy open trade, including Israel, and will not do so during the term of this Agreement. The State of Ohio does not acquire supplies or services that cannot be imported lawfully into the United States. The LPA certifies that it, its Contractors, subcontractors, and any agent of the Contractor or its subcontractors, acquire any supplies or services in accordance with all trade control laws, regulations or orders of the United States, including the prohibited source regulations set forth in subpart 25.7, Prohibited Sources, of the Federal Acquisition Regulation and any sanctions administered or enforced by the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control. A list of those sanctions by country can be found at xxxxx://xxx.xxxxxxxx.xxx/resource- center/sanctions/Programs/Pages/Programs.aspx. These sanctions generally preclude acquiring any supplies or services that originate from sources within, or that were located in or transported from or through Cuba, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Syria, or the Crimea region of Ukraine.
Trade. Errors The Sub-Advisor will notify the Manager of any Trade Error(s), regardless of materiality, promptly upon the discovery such Trade Error(s) by the Sub-Advisor. Notwithstanding Section 5, the Sub-Advisor shall be liable to the Manager, the Fund or its shareholders for any loss suffered by the Manager or the Fund resulting from Trade Errors due to negligence, misfeasance, or disregard of duties of the Sub Advisor or any of its directors, officers, employees, agents (excluding any broker-dealer selected by the Sub-Advisor), or affiliates. For purposes under this Section 6, "Trade Errors" are defined as errors due to (i) erroneous orders by the Sub-Advisor for the Series that result in the purchase or sale of securities that were not intended to be purchased or sold; (ii) erroneous orders by the Sub-Advisor that result in the purchase or sale of securities for the Series in an unintended amount or price; or (iii) purchases or sales of financial instruments which violate the investment limitations or restrictions disclosed in the Fund's registration statement and/or imposed by applicable law or regulation (calculated at the Sub- Advisor's portfolio level), unless otherwise agreed to in writing.
Trade. Without the prior written approval of the Maritime Adminis- trator, the vessel shall not carry car- goes of any kind to or from, or be oper- ated commercially while within the waters of (as distinct from passage through), a country referred to in § 221.13(a)(4) of this part, nor shall there be any Charter or other Transfer of an interest in the vessel, other than to a Citizen of the United States, for car- riage of cargoes of any kind to or from, or for commercial operation while within the waters of (as distinct from passage through), any such country.
Trade. Neither Transit nor any of its Subsidiaries is acting as agent or nominee in connection with the transactions contemplated by this Agreement, is a country, territory, Person, organization or entity that is a Canadian Designated Person or named on an OFAC List, or is a prohibited country, territory, Person, organization or entity under any economic sanctions program administered or maintained by OFAC or the Government of Canada.
Trade. The sale that Landlord may make after Tenant does not elect to purchase the Premises under Section 49(c), or such a purchase is not closed may be pursuant to a trade for other property so long as such other property has a fair market value of at least ninety percent (90%) of the price offered to Tenant pursuant to Section 49(a) above, or not less than the Tenant's last counter-offer to Landlord, whichever is greater.