UPTE REQUEST THAT A GRIEVANCE BE PLACED IN ABEYANCE Sample Clauses

UPTE REQUEST THAT A GRIEVANCE BE PLACED IN ABEYANCE. Should UPTE make a request that the grievance be placed in abeyance for any reason, the period of abeyance shall not exceed ninety (90) days. The provisions of Section H.1 shall apply to grievances placed in abeyance by UPTE. Failure by UPTE to reactivate the grievance within the ninety (90) day time limit following agreement by the parties that it be held in abeyance will render the grievance ineligible for arbitration and the last preceding University written answer shall become final.

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