Written Evidence Sample Clauses

Written Evidence. The party claiming Force Majeure shall, as soon as possible after the occurrence of the Force Majeure, inform the other party of the situation and specify the reason for its failure to perform this Agreement, so as to minimize the damages inflicted upon that party, and shall provide the other party with written evidence, certified by the relevant government authority, of the occurrence of the Force Majeure.
Written Evidence a.) Any affidavits and any forms or notes prepared by checkers/spotters for the purpose of preserving observations shall be produced or made available for copying to the designated Union representative(s) at the first step of the grievance procedure, provided that any information tending to identify the checker/spotter may be deleted prior to production.
Written Evidence. The party affected by the events of force majeure shall provide the written evidence issued by the local government or public notary authority in the place where the events occur proving the occurrence of such events, the reasons of the failure to perform the Contract in whole or in part and the reasons to postpone the performance of the Contract due to the influence of such events on the performance of the Contract within fifteen (15) days upon the details of the events, (or upon the time when the telecommunication is recovered if the telecommunication is interrupted).
Written Evidence. The Party prevented by Force Majeure shall, without undue delay, inform the other Party of the occurrence of Force Majeure, explaining the reasons for its failure to perform this Agreement so as to minimize the damages to the other Party, and provide the other Party with the written documentary evidence issued by related Government Agency with respect to such Force Majeure.
Written Evidence. In its sole and absolute discretion, the Trustee may issue written evidence of a Participant’s participation in a Fund of the Trust. However, any such written evidence shall not constitute a security or an evidence of indebtedness and shall not be negotiable or assignable. Any such writing shall include an express disclaim- er and statement of non-negotiability and non-assignability. Furthermore, each such writing shall state on its face that it does not constitute a guarantee by the Trustee of the payment of either principal or Income and shall set forth such other provisions as in the discretion of the Trustee may be advisable.
Written Evidence. The Party claiming Force Majeure shall, within 15 days after the date of its first occurrence, inform the other Party of the same and provide said Party with written evidence of the occurrence of Force Majeure as issued by the relevant authorities, and shall use all reasonable efforts to minimise the consequences of such Force Majeure.

Related to Written Evidence

  • Written Examination The content of any written examination will be scaled appropriately to the level of the position being considered. All written tests will be structured and administered to each given rank level. Written tests will be designated a general knowledge level or standards designated where rank and position warrant specialization. The Sheriff will determine where general or specialized standard testing is warranted. Personnel will be advised well in advance of testing as to the nature of the test to be administered. The Sheriff shall prepare the written examination or secure it from a professional testing agency.

  • Written Warning If the employee again commits the same or similar violation within the specified period (or possibly an unrelated infraction), the employee will be given a written warning which will be placed on his/her personnel file. The employee will be told that if any further misconduct occurs, the employee will be disciplined again, more severely.

  • Written Form 25.1 Any amendment of and/or modification to the contract shall exclusively be made in writing.

  • Representation in meetings Any Party which is a member of a Consortium Body (hereinafter referred to as "Member"): should be represented at any meeting of such Consortium Body; may appoint a substitute or a proxy to attend and vote at any meeting; and shall participate in a cooperative manner in the meetings.