Water Availability Sample Clauses

Water Availability. Sufficient water is available and is projected to be available, from verifiable surface and ground water sources sufficient to conduct operations as described in the most recent financial plan submitted by the Company to Agent.
Water Availability. The Buyer shall have permission to enter the property for the purpose of drilling a well for water at Buyer’s expense provided that Buyer shall deposit as security in Seller’s attorney’s trust account an amount sufficient to cover the maximum expense of well drilling shown on a written estimate provided by Buyer’s well driller. If the water supply is unsatisfactory in the opinion of the Buyer, then the Buyer shall have the option of canceling this Contract by written notice to the Seller without further liability on the part of either party. Buyer shall make such determination within calendar days of acceptance. Buyer shall restore the ground to the same condition as found.
Water Availability. 3.1 Beginning on January 1, 2006, and continuing through December 31, 2027, the Tribe shall supply and deliver, through its agent USBR pursuant to the Federal Contract, to the SJGS weir, sufficient water from the Navajo Reservoir Supply to allow PNM to divert and consume up to 16,200 acre-feet of water between January 1 and December 31 of each year. Provided, however, that in no calendar year will the Tribe, through its agent USBR, under this Agreement, release more than 16,200 acre-feet of water from Navajo Reservoir for all uses pursuant to this Agreement. Delivery of water to the SJGS weir shall be at such times as schxxxxed by PNM in coordination with the USBR, and PNM shall pay the Tribe for the water as provided in Article 5.
Water Availability. The Master Developer controls property with the rights to approximately 1,080,310 gallons of water per day (“GPD”). This is determined through the “Three Party Agreement” between Plum Creek Land Company, Black Diamond Associates, Ltd., and Xxxxxx Coking Coal Company dated August 8, 2003. Any Implementing Project application process that calls for a certificate of water availability shall be satisfied by reference to this Agreement. Improvements necessary to provide water service to each Implementing Project must be provided by the Master Developer consistent with this Agreement. Connections are allowed up to the point of existing capacity as arranged for in the Water Supply and Facilities Funding Agreement dated August 11, 2003, as amended by the First Addendum dated July 22, 2004 (“WSFFA”). If there are insufficient facilities or capacity to serve some or all of a proposed Implementing Project, then the Designated Official may require the Master Developer to obtain such additional water supply capacity and/or design and construct new water mains, upgrades to existing mains, a reservoir, pressure reducing valves or such other facilities necessary to serve the Implementing Project.
Water Availability. Water in the gardens is turned on by April 1 and shut-off by October 31.

Related to Water Availability

  • High Availability Registry Operator will conduct its operations using network and geographically diverse, redundant servers (including network-­‐level redundancy, end-­‐node level redundancy and the implementation of a load balancing scheme where applicable) to ensure continued operation in the case of technical failure (widespread or local), or an extraordinary occurrence or circumstance beyond the control of the Registry Operator. Registry Operator’s emergency operations department shall be available at all times to respond to extraordinary occurrences.

  • System Availability System Availability percentage is calculated as follows:  Total MinutesintheMonth −Downtime   System Availability%age =  Total MinutesintheMonth *100    System Availability SLA (“SLA”) 99.5% System Availability percentage during each Month for productive versions Credit 2% of Monthly Subscription Fees for each 1% below SLA, not to exceed 100% of Monthly Subscription Fees Excluded Downtime Total Minutes in the Month attributable to: (i) a Scheduled Downtime for which a Regular Maintenance Window is described in Section 4 below, or (ii) any other Scheduled Downtime according to Section 4 for which the customer has been notified at least five (5) business days prior to such Scheduled Downtime or (iii) unavailability caused by factors outside of SAP’s reasonable control, such as unpredictable and unforeseeable events that could not have been avoided even if reasonable care had been exercised. Scheduled Downtime Scheduled Downtime for the applicable Cloud Services to which customer has subscribed is set forth in Section 4 below entitled “Maintenance Windows for Cloud Services”.

  • RDDS availability Refers to the ability of all the RDDS services for the TLD, to respond to queries from an Internet user with appropriate data from the relevant Registry System. If 51% or more of the RDDS testing probes see any of the RDDS services as unavailable during a given time, the RDDS will be considered unavailable.

  • General Availability The commitment to availability specified in the letter of appointment shall be subject to mutually acceptable revision. Such revision will occur once per year, or, if mutually agreed between the Employer and the employee, on a more frequent basis. The Employer will issue a revised letter of appointment to reflect approved changes to employee’s general availability.

  • FUNDING AVAILABILITY ECOLOGY’s ability to make payments is contingent on availability of funding. In the event funding from state, federal, or other sources is withdrawn, reduced, or limited in any way after the effective date and prior to completion or expiration date of this Agreement, ECOLOGY, at its sole discretion, may elect to terminate the Agreement, in whole or part, for convenience or to renegotiate the Agreement subject to new funding limitations and conditions. ECOLOGY may also elect to suspend performance of the Agreement until ECOLOGY determines the funding insufficiency is resolved. ECOLOGY may exercise any of these options with no notification restrictions, although ECOLOGY will make a reasonable attempt to provide notice. In the event of termination or suspension, ECOLOGY will reimburse eligible costs incurred by the CONTRACTOR through the effective date of termination or suspension. Reimbursed costs must be agreed to by ECOLOGY and the CONTRACTOR. In no event shall ECOLOGY’s reimbursement exceed ECOLOGY’s total responsibility under the agreement and any amendments.

  • Minimum Availability Borrower shall have minimum availability immediately following the initial funding in the amount set forth on the Schedule.

  • Closing Availability After giving effect to all Borrowings to be made on the Effective Date and the issuance of any Letters of Credit on the Effective Date and payment of all fees and expenses due hereunder, and with all of the Loan Parties’ Indebtedness, the Borrowers’ Availability shall not be less than $500,000.

  • Funds Availability Funds from items deposited through the Service will be available in accordance with the Credit Union’s Funds Availability Policy disclosure, as amended from time to time, which is incorporated herein by reference. You agree that the imaging and transmitting of checks alone does not constitute receipt by Credit Union. Also, acknowledgment of receipt or delivery does not constitute an acknowledgment by Credit Union that the transmission of a check or items does not contain errors or that funds will be available. Checks deposited though Mobile Deposit are not received by the Credit Union until we have acknowledged receipt and provided credit to your account.

  • Service Availability You understand that Service availability is at all times conditioned upon the corresponding operation and availability of the communication systems used in communicating your instructions and requests to the Credit Union. We will not be liable or have any responsibility of any kind for any loss or damage thereby incurred by you in the event of any failure or interruption of such communication systems or services resulting from the act or omission of any third party, or from any other cause not reasonably within the control of the Credit Union.

  • EPP service availability Refers to the ability of the TLD EPP servers as a group, to respond to commands from the Registry accredited Registrars, who already have credentials to the servers. The response shall include appropriate data from the Registry System. An EPP command with “EPP command RTT” 5 times higher than the corresponding SLR will be considered as unanswered. If 51% or more of the EPP testing probes see the EPP service as unavailable during a given time, the EPP service will be considered unavailable.