Worldwide Coverage Sample Clauses

Worldwide Coverage. As a Platinum Member, Non-Emergent Air Transportation, Repatriation/Recuperation, Return Transportation, Escort Transportation and Mortal Remains Transportation benefits shall extend worldwide. Worldwide coverage shall automatically extend to the United States, Canada, Mexico, the Bahamas, Bermuda and the Caribbean (collectively, “Basic Coverage Area”), and extend elsewhere contingent upon ten (10) day prior notice of such travel. Notice may be provided by (i) certified mail, return receipt requested, to the Administrative Office of MASA MTS; (ii) electronic mail, including delivery confirmation, to; or (iii) facsimile, including confirmation of delivery, to (817) 416-2326 and MASA MTS’s written acknowledgment of such notice. Notice must include a travel itinerary of travel destinations and dates. Unless otherwise authorized by MASA MTS in writing, worldwide coverage shall apply to up to ninety (90) days per trip. Monthly Platinum members, who desire worldwide coverage beyond the Basic Coverage Area, must make payment in full of one (1) year’s membership fees prior to the extension of worldwide coverage beyond the Basic Coverage Area. 1 Unless otherwise stated in "Worldwide Coverage," these services shall be provided in the basic area governed by MASA MTS and defined as the "Basic Coverage Area," including the United States, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean (excluding Cuba), the Bahamas and Bermuda. Vehicle Return shall be limited to only rental vehicles in Hawaii, the Caribbean (excluding Cuba), the Bahamas and Bermuda. Additionally, all helicopter transportation is limited to the United States and Canada, subject to availability. 2 These services shall only be provided in the United States and Canada.
Worldwide Coverage. You may use up to 10% of the Coverage C limit of liability for loss by a Peril Insured Against to property covered under Coverage C while anywhere in the world. This coverage does not apply to property of guests or servants or to rowboats and canoes. Payment under this coverage reduces the Coverage C limit of liability by the amount paid for the same loss.

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Life Coverage Paragraph 1: The Board shall provide a group term life coverage in the sum of $30,000 for all teachers employed half time or more. Any increases in coverage shall not be effective until the teacher reports or is able to report for work.
Claims Made Coverage If any part of the Required Insurance is written on a claims made basis, any policy retroactive date shall precede the effective date of this Contract. Contractor understands and agrees it shall maintain such coverage for a period of not less than three (3) years following Contract expiration, termination or cancellation.
Single Coverage High Deductible with HRA: The school district shall provide monthly a sum of money toward the premium for individual coverage for eligible employees of the school district who qualify for and are enrolled in the school district’s high deductible group health and hospitalization plan. In addition, the school district will make a contribution on behalf of such employees to a Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) established by the district in accordance with IRS Notice 2002-45 and Revenue Ruling 2002-41, from which employees may obtain reimbursement of expenses for medical care (as that term is defined in Section 213(d) of the Internal Revenue Code). The sums provided by the school district shall be as follows: July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021: Premium contribution: $683.00 per month HRA contribution: $ 50.00 per month Total District Contribution: $733.00 per month July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022: Premium contribution: $703.00 per month HRA contribution: $ 50.00 per month Total District Contribution: $753.00 per month The cost of the premium not contributed by the school district shall be borne by the employee and paid by payroll deduction. If the cost of the premium is less than the employer contribution, the district will not refund the difference between the premium and the district’s negotiated contribution.
Employee Coverage For employee dental coverage, the Employer contributes an amount equal to the lesser of ninety percent (90%) of the employee premium of the State Dental Plan, or the actual employee premium of the dental plan chosen by the employee. However, for calendar years beginning January 1, 2019, the minimum employee contribution shall be thirteen dollars and fifty cents ($13.50) per month.
Insurance Coverages The Contractor shall procure and maintain, at its sole cost and expense, in a form and content satisfactory to City, during the entire term of this Agreement including any extension thereof, the following policies of insurance which shall cover all elected and appointed officers, employees and agents of City:
Insurance Coverage The Company and each Subsidiary maintains in full force and effect insurance coverage that is customary for comparably situated companies for the business being conducted and properties owned or leased by the Company and each Subsidiary, and the Company reasonably believes such insurance coverage to be adequate against all liabilities, claims and risks against which it is customary for comparably situated companies to insure.
Cash Flow Coverage Permit as of the close of any fiscal quarter, the ratio of Cash Flow to Debt Service to be less than 1.25 to 1.00.
Maintenance of Fire Insurance and Omissions and Fidelity Coverage (a) The Master Servicer shall cause to be maintained for each Mortgage Loan (other than a Cooperative Loan) fire insurance with extended coverage in an amount which is equal to the lesser of the principal balance owing on such Mortgage Loan or 100 percent of the insurable value of the improvements; provided, however, that such coverage may not be less than the minimum amount required to fully compensate for any loss or damage on a replacement cost basis. To the extent it may do so without breaching the related Subservicing Agreement, the Master Servicer shall replace any Subservicer that does not cause such insurance, to the extent it is available, to be maintained. The Master Servicer shall also cause to be maintained on property acquired upon foreclosure, or deed in lieu of foreclosure, of any Mortgage Loan (other than a Cooperative Loan), fire insurance with extended coverage in an amount which is at least equal to the amount necessary to avoid the application of any co-insurance clause contained in the related hazard insurance policy. Pursuant to Section 3.07, any amounts collected by the Master Servicer under any such policies (other than amounts to be applied to the restoration or repair of the related Mortgaged Property or property thus acquired or amounts released to the Mortgagor in accordance with the Master Servicer's normal servicing procedures) shall be deposited in the Custodial Account, subject to withdrawal pursuant to Section 3.10. Any cost incurred by the Master Servicer in maintaining any such insurance shall not, for the purpose of calculating monthly distributions to the Certificateholders, be added to the amount owing under the Mortgage Loan, notwithstanding that the terms of the Mortgage Loan so permit. Such costs shall be recoverable by the Master Servicer out of related late payments by the Mortgagor or out of Insurance Proceeds and Liquidation Proceeds to the extent permitted by Section 3.10. It is understood and agreed that no earthquake or other additional insurance is to be required of any Mortgagor or maintained on property acquired in respect of a Mortgage Loan other than pursuant to such applicable laws and regulations as shall at any time be in force and as shall require such additional insurance. Whenever the improvements securing a Mortgage Loan (other than a Cooperative Loan) are located at the time of origination of such Mortgage Loan in a federally designated special flood hazard area, the Master Servicer shall cause flood insurance (to the extent available) to be maintained in respect thereof. Such flood insurance shall be in an amount equal to the lesser of (i) the amount required to compensate for any loss or damage to the Mortgaged Property on a replacement cost basis and (ii) the maximum amount of such insurance available for the related Mortgaged Property under the national flood insurance program (assuming that the area in which such Mortgaged Property is located is participating in such program). If the Master Servicer shall obtain and maintain a blanket fire insurance policy with extended coverage insuring against hazard losses on all of the Mortgage Loans, it shall conclusively be deemed to have satisfied its obligations as set forth in the first sentence of this Section 3.12(a), it being understood and agreed that such policy may contain a deductible clause, in which case the Master Servicer shall, in the event that there shall not have been maintained on the related Mortgaged Property a policy complying with the first sentence of this Section 3.12(a) and there shall have been a loss which would have been covered by such policy, deposit in the Certificate Account the amount not otherwise payable under the blanket policy because of such deductible clause. Any such deposit by the Master Servicer shall be made on the Certificate Account Deposit Date next preceding the Distribution Date which occurs in the month following the month in which payments under any such policy would have been deposited in the Custodial Account. In connection with its activities as administrator and servicer of the Mortgage Loans, the Master Servicer agrees to present, on behalf of itself, the Trustee and the Certificateholders, claims under any such blanket policy.
Insurance Cover 21.2.1 Without prejudice to the provisions contained in Article21.1, the Concessionaire shall, during the Operations Period, procure and maintain Insurance Cover including but not limited to the following:
Health Insurance Coverage (a) An employee who is laid off or separated from employment on or after July 1, 1994, under circumstances which entitle such employee to reemployment rights under this Article, other than pursuant to Section 23, may elect to continue membership in their health benefit plan, upon advance payment of the regular percentage contribution to the cost of the plan, during the first six