Trigger Sample Clauses

Trigger. To resolve a Dispute under Section 9.0, Councils or SMC may initiate arbitration, and the dispute shall be arbitrated in the manner set forth in this Appendix.
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Trigger. This would be a case in which a physician fails (or refuses) to provide adequate symptom control, which causes V to suffer greatly.58 In such circumstances V’s suffering is the product of a thing done by the physician, as well as her medical condition. Thus the human agency requirement is met, which, if coupled with the analysis of gravity of circumstance and sense of being wronged above, might make out the CJA 2009, section 55(4) trigger in the event of D losing control and killing V (or the physician). Of course, even if D could show that her killing resulted from a loss of control that had the CJA 2009, section 55(4) trigger, the jury might still reject the defence on the grounds that a person of ‘D’s sex and age, with a normal degree of tolerance and self restraint’ would not have reacted as D did in the circumstances.59 In respect of this objective element, it is submitted that killing a loved one in the circumstances described in order to relieve suffering is not obviously outside the bounds of reasonableness, and may be as excusable as the angry killing of an obstinate physician, if not more so.
Trigger. During a period of substantial irrigation demand, after Stage I has been implemented and failed to achieve an adequate reduction in consumption, when Expected Peak Demand exceeds 90% of Current Capacity, or system demand continues to generate areas of low pressure, or there are other indications that without further reductions in demand, a shortage could occur.
Trigger. Any Property Owner shall have the right to trigger the City’s construction of a subsequent phase of the LES Rokeby Road Intersection Improvements by completing the following (“Triggering Owner”):
Trigger. Except as disclosed on Schedule 3.1.4.I, no employee of Seller will become entitled to any retirement, severance or other benefit solely as a result of the transactions contemplated hereby.
Trigger. During periods of substantial irrigation demand, after Stage I, Stage II, and Stage III have been implemented and failed to achieve an adequate reduction in consumption, when Expected Peak Demand exceeds 90% of Current Capacity, or system demand is generating a high number of areas with low pressure, or there are other indications that without wise usage of water, a shortage could occur. Stage IV may also be invoked, without resort to Stages I through III, if Expected Peak Demand exceeds 90% of Current Capacity for any reason that cannot be addressed by the measures contemplated by Stages I through III.
Trigger. ☐ I do not anticipate hiring any new permanent, temporary, or seasonal employees as a result of the funding. ☐ I do not anticipate subcontracting any portion of the work as a result of the funding.
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Trigger. If all of the Existing Third Party Use Agreements are recorded, it may be sufficient to attach a preliminary title report and provide that the Express Third Party Uses are those permitted by the Third Party Use Agreements described below. Note that consumptive water uses should also be listed.] Exhibit H hereto describes the existing third party uses of the Property permitted with the express agreement of Grantor ("Express Third Party Uses"). Subject to Section 7 above, Express Third Party Uses shall also include any future third party use implemented by Grantor as a Required Action or as a Discretionary Action approved by Grantee in accordance with Section 7. Grantor retains the right to maintain, renew, and replace all agreements memorializing the Express Third Party Uses ("Third Party Use Agreements") and to engage in all activities reasonably required to comply with Grantor’s obligations with respect to the Express Third Party Uses, subject to the following conditions:
Trigger. Municipal Funding Agreements will detail the trigger to flow each Municipality's annual allocation consistent with the following:
Trigger. To the extent that Benchling’s provision of an Audit Report does not provide sufficient information for Customer to verify Benchling’s compliance with this Addendum or Data Protection Laws, or Customer is legally required to respond to a regulatory authority audit, Customer has the right, at Customer’s expense, to conduct an audit of Benchling’s data security infrastructure and procedures pursuant to a mutually agreed-upon audit plan with Benchling that is consistent with the below Audit Parameters (an “Audit”).
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