Written Authorization Sample Clauses

Written Authorization. Prior to performing any Professional Services in connection with the Tasks, the Design Professional shall obtain from the City a written authorization to proceed. Further, throughout the term of this Agreement, the Design Professional shall immediately advise the City in writing of any anticipated changes to any Task, including any changes to the time for completion or the Compensation and Fee Schedule, and shall obtain the City's written consent to the change prior to making any changes. In no event shall the City's consent be construed to relieve the Design Professional from its duty to render all Professional Services in accordance with applicable laws and accepted industry standards.
Written Authorization. The Union shall be entitled to have payroll deductions for membership dues from any new member who indicates in writing that he/she wishes such deductions to be made.
Written Authorization. City shall issue a written authorization to proceed before Consultant is authorized to perform Services.
Written Authorization. (A) CONSULTANT shall not make changes in the Scope of Work, perform any additional work, or provide any additional material, without first obtaining written authorization from CITY. If CONSULTANT provides additional services or materials without written authorization, or if CONSULTANT exceeds the Maximum Cost in Paragraph 7.4 of this Agreement, CONSULTANT proceeds at CONSULTANT's own risk and without payment.
Written Authorization. An employee's written authorization shall continue as long as the employee remains employed by his/her Board or until the employee provides notice to his/her Association and the Superintendent, in writing, prior to July 1 of any year that he/she wishes to withdraw authorization for dues deduction for the following school year.
Written Authorization. Nothing in this BAA shall be construed to require Business Associate to use or disclose PHI without written authorization from an individual who is a subject of the PHI, or written authorization from any other person, where such authorization would be required under state law for such use or disclosure.
Written Authorization. A leave of absence is a written authorized absence from work for not more than one (1) year at a time and without pay. A leave shall be granted, denied, or extended in the sole discretion of the Superintendent upon written request for such leave by the employee who shall state the reason for the leave upon the application. Only employees who have one or more years of seniority may be granted a leave of absence.
Written Authorization. You must obtain written authorization from the Receiver that meets the requirements of applicable law and the Rules, including the following: the authorization must (a) be in writing, signed or similarly authenticated by the Receiver,
Written Authorization. A Shareholder or a Shareholder’s duly authorized attorney-in-fact may execute a writing authorizing another person or persons to act for him or her as proxy. Execution may be accomplished by the Shareholder or such Shareholder’s duly authorized attorney-in-fact or authorized officer, director, employee or agent signing such writing or causing such Shareholder’s signature to be affixed to such writing by any reasonable means including, but not limited to, by facsimile signature.
Written Authorization. Upon receipt of a lawfully executed written authorization from a bargaining unit employee, the Agency agrees to deduct NAPE/AFSCME dues of such employee from the employee’s pay no later than the succeeding biweekly pay period after receipt of the payroll deduction authorization. The remittance of such deduction, to the official designated by NAPE/AFSCME in writing to receive such deductions, will be no later than two succeeding biweekly pay periods after receipt of the payroll deduction authorization. The Agency agrees to accept payroll deduction cards previously obtained by NAPE/AFSCME on behalf of its employees and delivered to the Agency as complying with the provision of this Article. This Section will in no way be construed as limiting the right of employees regarding other payroll deduction programs under State statute or Department of Administrative Services (DAS) regulations.