Validation Sample Clauses

Validation. ‌ Within one (1) year after the effective date of this contract, the Agency shall submit this contract to a court of competent jurisdiction for determination of its validity by a proceeding in mandamus or other appropriate proceeding or action, which proceeding or action shall be diligently prosecuted to final decree or judgment. In the event that this contract is determined to be invalid by such final decree or judgment, the State shall make all reasonable efforts to obtain validating legislation at the next session of the Legislature empowered to consider such legislation, and within six (6) months after the close of such session, if such legislation shall have been enacted, the Agency shall submit this contract to a court of competent jurisdiction for redetermination of its validity by appropriate proceeding or action, which proceeding or action shall be diligently prosecuted to final decree or judgment.
Validation. To validate the notice requirements outlined in Section 5.3, the Assuming Institution shall provide the Receiver (i) an Affidavit of Publication to meet the publication requirements outlined in Section 5.3(a) and (ii) the Assuming Institution will prepare an Affidavit of Mailing in a form substantially similar to Exhibit 2.3B after mailing the seven (7) day Notice to Depositors as required under Section 5.3(b).
Validation. Manufacturer will be responsible for performing all validation of the Facility, Equipment and cleaning and maintenance processes employed in the Manufacturing Process in accordance with cGMP (if applicable), Manufacturer’s SOPs, the applicable Quality Agreement, Applicable Law, and in accordance with any other validation procedures established by Rhythm and made known in writing to Manufacturer. Manufacturer will also be responsible for ensuring that all such validated processes are carried out in accordance with their terms.
Validation. In the context of IV&V, “
Validation. The review of information, data, and procedures to determine the extent to which they are accurate, reliable, free from bias and in accord with standards for data collection and analysis. Vendor — An entity submitting a proposal to become a Health Plan contractor. Violation — A determination by the Agency that a Health Plan failed to act as specified in this Contract or applicable statutes, rules or regulations governing Medicaid Health Plans. For the purposes of this Contract, each day that an ongoing violation continues shall be considered to be a separate violation. In addition, each instance of failing to furnish necessary and/or required medical services or items to each enrollee shall be considered to be a separate violation. As well, each day that a Health Plan fails to furnish necessary and/or required medical services or items to enrollees shall be considered to be a separate violation. Voluntary Enrollee — A Medicaid recipient who is not mandated to enroll in a Health Plan, but chooses to do so.