When Coverage May Be Changed or Cancelled Sample Clauses

When Coverage May Be Changed or Cancelled a. Changes Due to a Life Event. After the initial enrollment period and outside of any open enrollment period an employee may elect to change health or dental coverage (including adding or canceling coverage) and any applicable employee contributions in the following situations (as long as allowed under the applicable provisions, regulations, and rules of the federal and state law in effect at the beginning of the plan year). The request to change coverage must be consistent with a change in status that qualifies as a life event, and does not include changing health or dental plans, which may only be done under the terms of Section E, Subd. 1, above. Any election to add coverage must be made within thirty (30) days following the event, and any election to cancel coverage must be made within sixty (60) days following the event. (An employee and a retired employee may add dependent health or dental coverage following the birth of a child or dependent grandchild, or following the adoption of a child, without regard to the thirty (30) day limit.) These life events (for both employees and retirees) are:
When Coverage May Be Changed or Cancelled 

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  • When Coverage May Be Chosen All employees must make their choice of employee medical and dental plans and choice of family coverage (if applicable) within thirty (30) calendar days of the date of initial employment in an insurance eligible position. The employee will automatically be enrolled in the basic life insurance coverage. Employees who become eligible for a full employer contribution must make their choice of employee or family medical and/or dental coverage within thirty (30) calendar days of becoming eligible. Employees who do not make an election within this period will have no coverage, and may not elect coverage until the next open enrollment period. An employee may change their medical or dental plan during the year if the employee changes to a new permanent residence or work location, and as a result of this change, the employee’s current plan is no longer available. When an employee receives notification of a work location change between the end of an open enrollment period and the beginning of the next insurance year, the employee may change their medical or dental plan within thirty (30) days of the date of the relocation under the same provisions accorded during the last open enrollment period. An employee or a retired employee, may also add dependent medical or dental coverage following the birth of a child or dependent grandchild, or following the adoption of a child without regard to the 30 day enrollment period. In addition, an employee or a retired employee may add family health or dental coverage within thirty (30) days of the following event:

  • Termination Without Cause This Agreement shall terminate upon: (i) the later of (a) the distribution of the final payment or liquidation proceeds on the last Mortgage Loan to the Master Servicer (or advances by the Servicer for the same), and (b) the disposition of all REO Property acquired upon foreclosure of the last Mortgage Loan and the remittance of all funds due hereunder, (ii) mutual consent of the Servicer, the Seller (as owner of the servicing rights relating to the Mortgage Loans), the Trustee and the Master Servicer in writing or (iii) at the sole discretion of the Seller (acting in its capacity as owner of the servicing rights relating to the Mortgage Loans). Any such termination pursuant to clause (iii) above shall be with 30 days’ prior notice, in writing and delivered to the Trustee, the Master Servicer and the Servicer by registered mail to the addresses set forth in Section 9.03 of this Agreement (in the case of the Servicer) or in the Trust Agreement (in the case of the Trustee or the Master Servicer). The Servicer shall comply with the termination procedures set forth in Sections 7.03, 8.01 and 9.01 hereof. The Master Servicer or the Trustee shall have no right to terminate the Servicer pursuant to this Section 8.02. In connection with a termination by the Seller pursuant to clause (iii) of this Section 8.02, the Servicer shall be reimbursed for all unreimbursed out-of-pocket Servicing Advances, Monthly Advances and Servicing Fees and other reasonable and necessary out-of-pocket costs associated with any transfer of servicing at the time of such transfer of servicing. Any invoices received by the Servicer after termination will be forwarded to the Seller or the successor servicer for payment within thirty (30) days of receipt from the Servicer.