USE AGREEMENT Sample Clauses

USE AGREEMENT. Upon the consummation of the Eleventh Amendment Acquisition, Borrowers shall deliver to Agent a Use Agreement, in a form substantially similar to the Amended and Restated Use Agreement, reflecting the use by CBC of the FCC Licenses acquired in the Eleventh Amendment Acquisition.
USE AGREEMENT. All users of District's systems (including but not limited to telephone, modem, fax, PC, internet, videoconferencing, etc.) must read and comply with these Policies, as well as any additional guidelines established by the administrators of each system. BY USING ANY OF THE DISTRICTS COMMUNICATIONS AND COMPUTING SYSTEMS OR FACILITIES, USERS AGREE THAT THEY UNDERSTAND, ACCEPT AND WELL COMPLY WITH THESE POLICIES. Official Use is a use that supports or is related to the conduct of College business. In addition to activities required for one's job (e.g., research, professional growth, office correspondence and administrative functions), official use includes activities such as professional development and Appendix H (continued) educational activities related to the user's work assignment, incidental perusal of information for educational or professional development related to the user's work assignment, etc., incidental and occasional use is permissible provided it is agreeable with the employee's area manager, consistent with this policy, and all College policies and procedures and does not: - Directly or indirectly interfere with the College's operations of such resources; - Burden the College with noticeable incremental cost; - Interfere with the user's employment or other obligations to the College; or - Constitute an "unacceptable use," as defined in this and other policies. Users who elect to engage in such incidental use should do so with no expectation of personal privacy concerning the messages they compose, transmit, or receive. Furthermore, the user assumes all responsibility for backing up or maintaining personal files.
USE AGREEMENT. Applicant is aware that no smoking is allowed in any bldg and no pets are allowed on the Xxxxxxxx Lodge site and will inform all guests of this rule. If a pet has been brought, there is a $50/day/pet fee and they must be immediately taken off the property. $100 fee if in a building. Applicant agrees to leave upholstered furniture & couches in conference room and not move them anywhere outside or in a different room. Applicant will not move pianos. Moving them is not an option. They have wheels on them for tuning and repair purposes only. Applicant agrees to follow County fire safety guidelines for campfires. The use of firewood is prohibited during burn bans. Applicant and guests agree to follow all COVID-19 precautions and affirm that no one enters if sick or tests positive for COVID-19.. Applicant agrees to notify Xxxxxxxx Lodge if anyone from your group tests positive for COVID-19 after your booking. Candles must be in fireproof or glass votive containers only. Container must exceed the height of the flame by 2 inches The use of sky lanterns, silly string, confetti, faux flowers, glitter, rice or scattered decorative ornamentation is strictly prohibited. Absolutely no use of fireworks. For safety reasons, fireworks, sparklers and flammable items are NOT permitted on our properties. Applicant agrees to be respectful of community and move any amplified music indoors at 10PM & decrease the noise level. Applicant understands completely that the initial deposit and the confirmation deposit shall be applied to the rental fee. Both deposits are non-refundable. All payments made toward a final bill are non-refundable. Applicant will limit their trash to 10 cans. Client is to remove and take back all soda/beer cans, cardboard, wine bottles, recyclables, water bottles and excess trash. Client understands a fee will be charged for excess trash removal and/or recycling disposal. Applicant understands that our price sheet defines the cost for lodging & services. Lodging is subject to 9.8% tax and services are subject to 7.8% tax. Should a tax increase occur; client agrees to pay the increase tax amount. Applicant agrees to keep an accurate count of guests on a daily basis and report such count to the main office for billing. Applicant agrees to pay the final Xxxxxxxx Lodge Bill upon departure, unless prior arrangements have been made with the Xxxxxxxx Lodge Office. Checks, Visa and Master Card are accepted 🞎 Initial Applicant states that the above information is tr...
USE AGREEMENT for SPHN funded projects This agreement (hereinafter referred to as the “Agreement”) is made and entered into by and between: [name], [(registration number if any)], [address] ___________________________________________________ (the “PROVIDER”) and [name], [(registration number if any)], [address] ___________________________________________________ (the “RECIPIENT”) Hereinafter jointly referred to as the “PARTIES” and individually as a “PARTY”;
USE AGREEMENT. 6.1 The Purchaser shall, prior to the Effective Date, sign the Use Agreement and provide the original signed copy to the Company; and
USE AGREEMENT. From the time a user receives a network and/or computer systems user ID code, he/she is solely responsible for all actions taken while using that user ID. In particular, it is a violation of this agreement to:  Apply for a user ID under false pretense  Assume another person's identity without proper authorization  Communicate under the identity of any entity without proper authorization from that entity  Share the user ID with any other person. If a user ID is shared with another person, the account holder will be held responsible for the actions of the other person  Delete, exam, copy, or modify files and/or data belonging to other users or the College, without their prior written consent  Attempt to evade or change the resources allocated to a computer or network account  Continued impedance of other users through mass consumption of system resources after receipt of a request to cease such activity  Use computing and network facilities and/or services for commercial purposes  Engage in an unauthorized, deliberate action which damages or disrupts a computing system, alters its normal performance, or causes it to malfunction  Intentionally access known pornographic or obscene information or to engage in use of remote computer sites where gambling for money is practiced  Illegal share of copyrighted materials. More information regarding copyright law can be found at: xxx.xxxxxxxxx.xxx Electronic Mail  Forge (or attempting to forge) electronic mail messages  Read, deleting, copying, or modifying the e-mail of another or the attempt to do so  Send harassing, obscene, offensive, disruptive, and/or other threatening e-mail to another person or the attempt to do so  Send or forwarding unsolicited junk mail, a commercial or "for-profit" message, or a chain letter or the attempt to do so  The user must comply with all state and federal privacy laws and GRCC's policies regarding privacy, confidentiality, and proprietary information Network Security  Use GRCCnet to gain unauthorized access to remote systems  Use GRCCnet to connect to other systems by or through the evasion of the physical limitations of the local or remote system  Decipher (i.e., decrypt) system or user passwords  Copy any system files  Disregard applicable copyright laws  Attempt to secure a higher level of access privilege on GRCCnet than was granted  Willfully introduce a computer "virus" or other type of "malware" program that may be disruptive or destructive into any GRC...
USE AGREEMENT. Student and Parent Contract This agreement includes guidelines related to:  Security and confidentiality  Ethical and lawful behavior  Courtesy and respectDisciplinary actionInternet access requires permission from parents or guardians.  Only MIS employees may install software.  Report concerns or misuse to the teacher.  Keep personal information private. DO NOT give out any home addresses, personal telephone numbers or other personal information.  Keep your password secret. DO NOT give your password to anyone.  Use only your own password. DO NOT use another person's password.  Respect privacy. DO NOT access anyone else's private information or files.  Any information that you put on the computer network is public information. Washington Elementary School District has access to your information.  Use the network for educational purposes ONLY. Access only materials and Web sites that are appropriate for the school environment.  Follow ALL school rules of behavior while using the computer network.  Discussion or chat groups are acceptable only under a teacher's supervision.  Give proper credit for the work of others. DO NOT copy, as a whole or in part, another's work, statements or writing and submit it to a teacher or the school, as your own.  Respect all hardware and software. DO NOT attempt to harm, change or destroy any software or hardware.  DO NOT copy or distribute copyrighted software.  Show courtesy and respect in electronic communications. Misunderstandings can develop quickly without tone of voice and facial expressions.  Use appropriate language. Xxxxxxx, swear words and gang-related remarks are not permitted on the network or elsewhere at school.
USE AGREEMENT. Plaintiff Right to Dream Too (“R2DToo”) and City will enter into a Use Agreement for R2DToo’s temporary use of City controlled property located at XX Xxxxxxx Court/NW Station Way. The Use Agreement will be executed within a time mutually agreeable to R2DToo and the City. At the termination of the Use Agreement, the City will make good faith efforts to find R2DToo an alternative location for its activities. Plaintiffs and City agree that their respective execution of the Use Agreement is also consideration for this Agreement.
USE AGREEMENT. Student and Parent Contract This agreement includes guidelines related to: • Security and confidentiality • Ethical and lawful behavior • Courtesy and respectDisciplinary actionInternet access requires permission from parents or guardians. ♦ Only MIS employees may install software. ♦ Report concerns or misuse to the teacher. ♦ Keep personal information private. DO NOT give out any home addresses, personal telephone numbers or other personal information. ♦ Keep your password secret. DO NOT give your password to anyone. ♦ Use only your own password. DO NOT use another person's password. ♦ Respect privacy. DO NOT access anyone else's private information or files. ♦ Any information that you put on the computer network is public information. Washington Elementary School District has access to your information. ♦ Use the network for educational purposes ONLY. Access only materials and Web sites that are appropriate for the school environment. ♦ Follow ALL school rules of behavior while using the computer network. ♦ Discussion or chat groups are acceptable only under a teacher's supervision. ♦ Give proper credit for the work of others. DO NOT copy, as a whole or in part, another's work, statements or writing and submit it to a teacher or the school, as your own. ♦ Respect all hardware and software. DO NOT attempt to harm, change or destroy any software or hardware. ♦ DO NOT copy or distribute copyrighted software. ♦ Show courtesy and respect in electronic communications. Misunderstandings can develop quickly without tone of voice and facial expressions. ♦ Use appropriate language. Xxxxxxx, swear words and gang-related remarks are not permitted on the network or elsewhere at school.
USE AGREEMENT. The Playing and Use Agreement dated as of April 1, 2016 by and between the City of Saint Xxxx and Minnesota United Soccer Club, LLC.