With regard to Sample Clauses

With regard to the rights specified in Clause 1.4 above, CART shall use its best efforts to ensure that ISL receives a commission from the beneficiary of a minimum of ten per cent (10%) of the value of the gross consideration, whether in cash or in value in kind, payable to the relevant entity as a result of ISL's efforts.
With regard to the rights specified in Clause 1.4 above, CART shall use its best efforts to ensure that ISL receives a commission from the beneficiary of a minimum of * MATERIAL HAS BEEN OMITTED PURSUANT TO A REQUEST FOR CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT. CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL HAS BEEN FILED SEPARATELY WITH THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION. per cent (* MATERIAL HAS BEEN OMITTED PURSUANT TO A REQUEST FOR CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT. CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL HAS BEEN FILED SEPARATELY WITH THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION. %) of the value of the gross consideration, whether in cash or in value in kind, payable to the relevant entity as a result of ISL's efforts.
With regard to the Republic of South Africa, the provisions relating to transfer under this Article shall not apply to natural persons who are nationals of the State of Israel, and have applied for permanent residency and are deemed to be permanent residents of the Republic of South Africa and have completed the required Exchange Control. Form.
With regard to the Exclusive Exploitation Authorization effective at the time of this Agreement, the Contractor must pay the following into the account referred to above, in addition to what it agrees to pay annually in accordance with the above Article 14.18.1:  - Each year, between January 1, 2012 and December 31, 2018, i.e. for seven (7) years, an amount equal to one fourteenth (1/14th) of the estimated cost of relinquishment and dismantling the facilities, which are normally required to be removed or converted at the end of exploitation as agreed upon by the parties.
With regard to. Section 1.1.3 we hereby agree to strike and delete the following two sentences which are the last two sentences of the first paragraph of Section 1.1.3 so that it shall have no further force or effect: "ARC shall provide to Osteotech, within 15 days of the end of each calendar quarter, data on the tissue procurement activity of ARC occurring during the quarter. Osteotech shall have the right to audit ARC Tissue donor data upon reasonable prior written notice to ARC."

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  • Agreement with Respect to Leased Data Processing Equipment (a) The Receiver hereby grants to the Assuming Bank an exclusive option for the period of ninety (90) days commencing the day after Bank Closing to accept an assignment from the Receiver of any or all Data Processing Leases to the extent that such Data Processing Leases can be assigned.

  • Agreement with Respect to Loss Sharing The Assuming Institution shall be entitled to require reimbursement from the Receiver for loss sharing on certain loans in accordance with the Single Family Shared-Loss Agreement attached hereto as Exhibit 4.15A and the Commercial Shared-Loss Agreement attached hereto as Exhibit 4.15B, collectively, the “Shared-Loss Agreements.” The Loans that shall be subject to the Shared-Loss Agreements are identified on the Schedules 4.15A and 4.15B, and Schedule 4.15C, Shared-Loss Securities, attached hereto. ARTICLE V DUTIES WITH RESPECT TO DEPOSITORS OF THE FAILED BANK

  • Agreement with Respect to Safekeeping Business The Receiver transfers, conveys and delivers to the Assuming Institution and the Assuming Institution accepts all securities and other items, if any, held by the Failed Bank in safekeeping for its customers as of Bank Closing. The Assuming Institution assumes and agrees to honor and discharge, from and after Bank Closing, the duties and obligations of the Failed Bank with respect to such securities and items held in safekeeping. The Assuming Institution shall be entitled to all rights and benefits heretofore accrued or hereafter accruing with respect thereto. The Assuming Institution shall provide to the Receiver written verification of all assets held by the Failed Bank for safekeeping within sixty (60) days after Bank Closing. The assets held for safekeeping by the Failed Bank shall be held and maintained by the Assuming Institution in the trade area of the Failed Bank for a minimum of one year from Bank Closing. At the option of the Assuming Institution, the safekeeping business may be provided at any or all of the Bank Premises, or at other premises within such trade area. The trade area shall be determined by the Receiver. Fees related to the safekeeping business earned prior to the Bank Closing Date shall be for the benefit of the Receiver and fees earned after the Bank Closing Date shall be for the benefit of the Assuming Institution.

  • Agreement with Respect to Data Processing Equipment and Leases (a) The Receiver hereby grants to the Assuming Institution an exclusive option for the period of ninety (90) days commencing the day after Bank Closing to: (i) accept an assignment from the Receiver of all leased Data Processing Equipment and (ii) purchase at Fair Market Value from the Receiver all owned Data Processing Equipment. The Assuming Institution’s election under this option applies to both owned and leased Data Processing Equipment.

  • Legal-Related Services Nothing in this Agreement shall be deemed to appoint USBFS and its officers, directors and employees as the Fund attorneys, form attorney-client relationships or require the provision of legal advice. The Fund acknowledges that in-house USBFS attorneys exclusively represent USBFS and rely on outside counsel retained by the Fund to review all services provided by in-house USBFS attorneys and to provide independent judgment on the Fund’s behalf. Because no attorney-client relationship exists between in-house USBFS attorneys and the Fund, any information provided to USBFS attorneys may not be privileged and may be subject to compulsory disclosure under certain circumstances. USBFS represents that it will maintain the confidentiality of information disclosed to its in-house attorneys on a best efforts basis.

  • Other Agreements with Respect to Indemnification The provisions of this Section shall not affect any agreement among the Company and the Selling Shareholders with respect to indemnification.

  • Services Provided by Attorneys Any services to be provided by a law firm or attorney must be reviewed and approved in writing in advance by the City Attorney. No invoices for services provided by law firms or attorneys, including, without limitation, as subcontractors of Contractor, will be paid unless the provider received advance written approval from the City Attorney.

  • Agreement with Respect to Safe Deposit Business The Assuming Institution assumes and agrees to discharge, from and after Bank Closing, in the usual course of conducting a banking business, the duties and obligations of the Failed Bank with respect to all Safe Deposit Boxes, if any, of the Failed Bank and to maintain all of the necessary facilities for the use of such boxes by the renters thereof during the period for which such boxes have been rented and the rent therefore paid to the Failed Bank, subject to the provisions of the rental agreements between the Failed Bank and the respective renters of such boxes; provided, that the Assuming Institution may relocate the Safe Deposit Boxes of the Failed Bank to any office of the Assuming Institution located in the trade area of the Failed Bank. The Safe Deposit Boxes shall be located and maintained in the trade area of the Failed Bank for a minimum of one year from Bank Closing. The trade area shall be determined by the Receiver. Fees related to the safe deposit business earned prior to the Bank Closing Date shall be for the benefit of the Receiver and fees earned after the Bank Closing Date shall be for the benefit of the Assuming Institution.

  • Agreement with Respect to Continuation of Group Health Plan Coverage for Former Employees of the Failed Bank (a) The Assuming Institution agrees to assist the Receiver, as provided in this Section 4.12, in offering individuals who were employees or former employees of the Failed Bank, or any of its Subsidiaries, and who, immediately prior to Bank Closing, were receiving, or were eligible to receive, health insurance coverage or health insurance continuation coverage from the Failed Bank ("Eligible Individuals"), the opportunity to obtain health insurance coverage in the Corporation's FIA Continuation Coverage Plan which provides for health insurance continuation coverage to such Eligible Individuals who are qualified beneficiaries of the Failed Bank as defined in Section 607 of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended (respectively, "qualified beneficiaries" and "ERISA"). The Assuming Institution shall consult with the Receiver and not later than five (5) Business Days after Bank Closing shall provide written notice to the Receiver of the number (if available), identity (if available) and addresses (if available) of the Eligible Individuals who are qualified beneficiaries of the Failed Bank and for whom a "qualifying event" (as defined in Section 603 of ERISA) has occurred and with respect to whom the Failed Bank's obligations under Part 6 of Subtitle B of Title I of ERISA have not been satisfied in full, and such other information as the Receiver may reasonably require. The Receiver shall cooperate with the Assuming Institution in order to permit it to prepare such notice and shall provide to the Assuming Institution such data in its possession as may be reasonably required for purposes of preparing such notice.

  • Related Services a) Customized Routing