Written Proof Sample Clauses

Written Proof. In the event of a claim covered under the Delayed/Lost Baggage Plan, a loss report will be mailed by the Administrator to the Covered Person. You should complete it in full and return it within ninety (90) days from the date of occurrence of the delay or loss. The loss report shall include but may not be limited to: • a copy of the Ticket; • a copy of the baggage claim ticket; • a copy of the Account charge receipt or TD Credit Card statement for the cost of the Ticket and/or proof of redemption; • a copy of a statement from Your homeowner’s or tenant’s insurance carrier indicating the extent to which You have been reimbursed for any items permanently lost with Your baggage; • itemized receipts for actual expenses incurred for essential clothing and toiletries; • written statement from the Common Carrier confirming all of the following specifics: • date and time of delay or loss; • date and time that baggage was returned, or if not returned, a statement of the amount of liability accepted by the Common Carrier, if any; • reason or circumstances surrounding the delay or loss; and • any other information reasonably required by the Insurer.
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Written Proof. Where an absence due to illness occurs on either a Friday, Monday, three (3) consecutive days, or the day before or after a paid holiday, the Facilities Manager or his/her designee may request written proof of said illness from attending physician, such proof being necessary to qualify for sick pay for the day(s) in question.
Written Proof. Until Defendant files written proof with the Court Clerk of an evaluation indicating no significant alcohol or drug problem (screening of substance use reveals insufficient symptoms to indicate abuse or addiction to any substance, including but not limited to alcohol or cannabis) and files written proof with the Court Clerk of successful completion of alcohol/drug information school. Age 21. Until Defendant becomes twenty-one years of age.
Written Proof. Written proof of loss must be furnished to Us within ninety (90) days from the date of loss. This must be a detailed sworn statement. Written Proof of Loss shall include but may not be limited to:
Written Proof. Where an absence due to illness occurs on either a Friday, Monday, or the day before or after a paid holiday, the School Business Administrator, the Director of Public Facilities, or his/her designee may request written proof of said illness, such proof being necessary to qualify for sick pay for the day in question.
Written Proof. In the event of a claim covered under the Delayed/Lost Baggage Plan, a loss report will be mailed by the Administrator to the Covered Person. You should complete it in full and return it within ninety (90) days from the date of occurrence of the delay or loss. The loss report shall include but may not be limited to: • a copy of the Ticket; • a copy of the baggage claim ticket;

Related to Written Proof

  • Written Procedure Construction Contractor will provide written procedures for communications and coordination required between Construction Contractor, Design Professional and Owner throughout the Project. Procedures shall cover such items as correspondence, minutes, reports, inspections, team meetings, technical reviews, design reviews, and other necessary communications.

  • 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 Grievance If the grievance is not resolved at Step 1, the home care worker and/or Union representative shall set forth the grievance in writing including a statement of the pertinent facts surrounding the grievance, the date on which the incident occurred, the alleged violations of the Agreement, and the specific remedy requested. The written grievance shall be submitted to the Employer within thirty (30) calendar days of the occurrence of the alleged violation or within thirty (30) calendar days of when the home care worker or the Union could reasonably have been aware of the incident or occurrence giving rise to the grievance. The written grievance shall be submitted by email to xxxxx.xxxxxxxxx@xxx.xx.xxx. The Employer or the Employer's designee shall meet with the grievant and their Union representative within fourteen (14) calendar days of receipt of the written grievance, in order to discuss and resolve the grievance. Subsequent to this meeting, if the grievance remains unresolved, the Employer will provide a written response to the grievance by email within fourteen (14) calendar days from the date the parties met to discuss the grievance. If the response does not resolve the grievance, the Union may, within fourteen (14) calendar days of receipt of the response, proceed to Step 4, Arbitration. Step 3. (Optional) Mediation As an alternative prior to final and binding arbitration in Step 4, if the matter is not resolved in Step 2 the parties may choose by mutual agreement to submit the matter to mediation in order to resolve the issue. The party requesting mediation of the dispute must notify the other party by email no later than fourteen (14) calendar days of receipt by the Union of the emailed response from the Employer in Step 2. The party receiving the request for mediation must notify the other party by email within fourteen (14) calendar days of receipt of the request whether or not it agrees to mediate the dispute. If the party receiving the request does not agree to mediate the dispute, the Union may, within fourteen (14) calendar days of the email notification of the decision not to mediate, proceed to Step 4, Arbitration. If the parties agree to mediation, they shall select a neutral mediator. Both parties shall submit a statement of their position on the issue. The mediator may also bring the parties together in person to attempt to resolve the issue. The parties shall each pay one-half (1/2) the costs or fees, if any, of the neutral mediator. Each party shall be responsible for its own costs, including the costs of representation, advocacy and the costs of that party's appointed representatives. If the issue is successfully resolved by mediation, the decision shall be binding on all parties, and shall, unless specifically agreed otherwise, form a precedent for similar issues. If the issue is not successfully resolved through mediation, the Union may, within fourteen (14) calendar days of receipt of a written declaration of impasse or rejection of a settlement offer from either party, proceed to Step 4, Arbitration.

  • Written Approval Except with the prior written approval of Authority, Company will not erect, maintain, or display any signs or any advertising at or on the Premises or common use areas.

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

  • 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 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.

  • Entire Agreement; Written Amendments Required This Agreement, including the Exhibits attached hereto, the Common Stock certificates, the Warrants, the Registration Rights Agreement, and the other documents delivered pursuant hereto constitute the full and entire understanding and agreement between the parties with regard to the subjects hereof and thereof, and no party shall be liable or bound to any other party in any manner by any warranties, representations or covenants, whether oral, written, or otherwise except as specifically set forth herein or therein. Except as expressly provided herein, neither this Agreement nor any term hereof may be amended, waived, discharged or terminated other than by a written instrument signed by the party against whom enforcement of any such amendment, waiver, discharge or termination is sought.

  • Proceedings Prior to Any Action Requiring Adjustment As a condition precedent to the taking of any action which would require an adjustment in any of the acquisition rights pursuant to any of the Warrants, including the number of Common Shares which are to be received upon the exercise thereof, the Corporation shall take any action which may, in the opinion of Counsel, be necessary in order that the Corporation has unissued and reserved in its authorized capital and may validly and legally issue as fully paid and non-assessable all the Common Shares which the holders of such Warrants are entitled to receive on the full exercise thereof in accordance with the provisions hereof.

  • Written Evaluation The Superintendent in consultation with the Board shall review and assess the Administrator’s performance on or before February 1 of each year. The Administrator shall be formally evaluated in writing annually by the Superintendent on or before February 1 of each year. The evaluation shall include a description of the Administrator’s duties and responsibilities and the standards to which the Administrator is to perform. It shall consider the Administrator’s specific duties, responsibilities, management and competence as an Administrator; specify the Administrator’s strengths and weaknesses with supporting reasons; align with research based standards established by the Illinois State Board of Education and use data and indicators on student growth as a significant factor in rating performance. The evaluation shall also consist of a review of the Administrator’s progress toward meeting established professional, student performance and academic goals set forth in Appendix A and a review of the Administrator’s leadership and management performance relative to his current assignment. The written evaluation shall be signed by both the Superintendent and the Administrator. The Administrator may respond to the evaluation in writing and such response shall be attached to and included in the Administrator’s personnel file.