CLIENT’S RESPONSIBILITIES. The CLIENT shall provide to STANTEC in writing, the CLIENT's total requirements in connection with the PROJECT, including the PROJECT budget and time constraints. The CLIENT shall make available to STANTEC all relevant information or data pertinent to the PROJECT which is required by STANTEC to perform the SERVICES. STANTEC shall be entitled to rely upon the accuracy and completeness of all information and data furnished by the CLIENT, including information and data originating with other consultants employed by the CLIENT whether such consultants are engaged at the request of STANTEC or otherwise. Where such information or data originates either with the CLIENT or its consultants then STANTEC shall not be responsible to the CLIENT for the consequences of any error or omission contained therein. The CLIENT shall give prompt consideration to all documentation related to the prepared by STANTEC and whenever prompt action is necessary shall inform STANTEC of CLIENT’s decisions in such reasonable time so as not to delay the schedule for providing the SERVICES. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT Page2 When applicable, the CLIENT shall arrange and make provision for STANTEC’s entry to the PROJECT site as well as other public and private property as necessary for STANTEC to perform the SERVICES. The CLIENT shall obtain any required approvals, licenses and permits from governmental or other authorities having jurisdiction over the PROJECT so as not to delay STANTEC in the performance of the SERVICES. STANTEC’s RESPONSIBILITIES: STANTEC shall furnish the necessary qualified personnel to provide the SERVICES. STANTEC represents that it has access to the experience and capability necessary to and agrees to perform the SERVICES with the reasonable skill and diligence required by customarily accepted professional practices and procedures normally provided in the performance of the SERVICES at the time when and the location in which the SERVICES were performed. In performing the SERVICES under this AGREEMENT, STANTEC shall operate as and have the status of an independent contractor and shall not act as, or be an employee of the CLIENT. The SERVICES performed by STANTEC shall be subject to the inspection and the review of the CLIENT at all times but such inspection and review shall not relieve STANTEC from its responsibility for the proper performance of the SERVICES. TERMINATION: Either party may terminate this AGREEMENT without cause upon thirty (30) daysnotice in writi...
CLIENT’S RESPONSIBILITIES. The entity that will own the Project, whether it is the Client or another entity, is referred to in this Agreement as "Owner". Client shall perform, or cause Owner to perform, the following tasks to assure development of the Project, and such other tasks as may be required to achieve funding for the Project:
CLIENT’S RESPONSIBILITIES. We cannot effectively represent you without your cooperation and assistance. You agree to cooperate fully with us and to promptly provide all information known or available to us that is relevant to the representation. Your obligations include timely providing requested information and documents, cooperating in scheduling and related matters, responding timely to telephone calls and correspondence, and informing us of changes in your address, telephone numbers and email address. It is important that you retain all communications from and to us, including emails and attachments to emails. The Firm will prepare a document called “Order to Personal Representative and Acknowledgment and Information to Heirs.” After the Probate Court signs this Order, the Firm will submit it to you for your signature, which is required by the Court. When you sign this Order, you will acknowledge receiving a copy of the Order and agree to be bound by its provisions, whether or not you read it before signing. This Order is a very important document because it is an order of the Court that imposes legal obligations on you with respect to your duties as Personal Representative of the Estate. Be sure to read the Order carefully and keep a copy of it handy for reference as the Probate progresses. If you have any questions about your duties or are uncertain about anything, please call Richard C. Keyt at 480-664-7478.

Examples of CLIENT’S RESPONSIBILITIES in a sentence

  • The staff made editorial changes to improve the readability of the CoC.

  • CLIENT’S RESPONSIBILITIES In addition to other responsibilities of CLIENT as set forth in this Agreement, CLIENT shall: 1.

  • CLIENT’S RESPONSIBILITIES: You as client agree to cooperate fully with me and to provide promptly all information known or available to you which is relevant to my representation.

  • CLIENT’S RESPONSIBILITIES: The Client agrees to the responsibility of getting all the items marked as “Deficient” (where applicable) on the inspection report, further evaluated by specialists.

  • CLIENT’S RESPONSIBILITIES CLIENT is responsible for implementing a backup maintenance plan external to the Licensed Software to reconstruct lost or altered files, data or programs.

  • STATEMENT OF CLIENT’S RESPONSIBILITIES The New York State Bar Association has adopted the following information Statement of Client’s Responsibilities to assist a client in understanding their responsibilities to their lawyers and to facilitate the relationship between a lawyer and his or her client.

  • CLIENT’S RESPONSIBILITIES: The Client shall provide the following: (1) Full information identifying its requirements for and limitations on the Project.

  • CLIENT’S RESPONSIBILITIES The client must provide remote access capability in accordance with guidelines provided for remote access connection.

  • Air will only be used when the use of water is not feasible.• Level 3 (high-pressure wash with disinfectant): This will include a Level 2 Cleaning PLUS the misting of clean surfaces with a disinfectant (2% active ingredient bleach solution).

  • CLIENT’S RESPONSIBILITIES The Client will provide full physical access to the project sites.


CLIENT’S RESPONSIBILITIES. The Client shall provide overall management and coordination of the Project. Walter P Moore agrees to participate in the coordination effort, to be led by the Client, in order that our Portion of the Project is coordinated with the designs and deliverables of the other members of the Project team. The Client shall provide to Walter P Moore in a timely manner full information of which the Client is aware regarding any special conditions, design criteria, reports, or special services needed, and to make available any existing data or drawings concerning the Project and Project Site. Walter P Moore shall be entitled to rely upon the accuracy and completeness of any such information provided. Project Schedule: Walter P Moore will endeavor to achieve the requirements of a reasonable schedule determined appropriate for the Project. Walter P Moore’s fee for the defined Scope of Services is based, in part, upon the Project being executed in a timely manner without significant delays or interruptions. In order for Walter P Moore to proceed with its services toward the accomplishment of the Project Schedule, the following information shall be provided by the Client in a timely manner: • An executed copy of the Agreement for Professional ServicesExisting building drawings Payment: As defined in TFC Contract No. 18-135-00 effective September 1, 2019 through August 31, 2021 between Texas facilities Commission and Walter P. Moore and Associates, Inc.


  • Customer Responsibilities means the responsibilities of the Customer set out in Call Off Schedule 4 (Implementation Plan) and any other responsibilities of the Customer in the Call Off Order Form or agreed in writing between the Parties from time to time in connection with this Call Off Contract;

  • Responsibilities means the responsibilities delegated to BNY under the Rule as a Foreign Custody Manager with respect to each Specified Country and each Eligible Foreign Custodian selected by BNY, as such responsibilities are more fully described in Article III of this Agreement.

  • Institutional Responsibilities means an Investigator’s professional responsibilities on behalf of the Institution, including activities such as research, teaching, clinical or other professional practice, academic activities, scholarly events, institutional committee memberships, and service on panels such as Institutional Review Boards or Data and Safety Monitoring Boards.

  • Financial responsibility means the ability to respond in damages for liability thereafter incurred

  • Extended producer responsibility ’ (EPR) means responsibility of any producer of packaging products such as plastic, tin, glass, wrappers and corrugated boxes, etc., for environmentally sound management, till end-of-life of the packaging products ;

  • Emergency medical services personnel means that term as defined in section 20904 of the public health code, 1978 PA 368, MCL 333.20904.

  • parental responsibility , in relation to a child, means all the duties, powers, responsibilities and authority which, by law, parents have in relation to children.

  • Counseling services means services provided by qualified social workers, psychologists, guidance counselors, or other qualified personnel.

  • Training Services means access to Red Hat training courses, including online courses or courses provided at a site as may be agreed by the parties.

  • The Services means those services ancillary to the supply of the Goods, such as transportation and insurance, and any other incidental services, such as installation, commissioning, provision of technical assistance, training, and other such obligations of the Supplier covered under the Contract.

  • Scope of Services or “Scope of Work” means the work to be performed by the Proposer or Consultant as described in Section 2.0 of this RFP, as amended thereto.

  • Transitional Services means services involving technical or specialized knowledge required to complete a project or to provide temporary consulting services to the City.

  • Proof of financial responsibility means proof of ability to respond in damages for liability, on account of accidents occurring after the effective date of the proof, arising out of the ownership, maintenance, or use of a motor vehicle, in the amount of twenty-five thousand dollars because of bodily injury to or death of one person in any one accident, and, subject to the limit for one person, in the amount of fifty thousand dollars because of bodily injury to or death of two or more persons in any one accident, and in the amount of twenty-five thousand dollars because of injury to or destruction of property of others in any one accident.

  • Auditing Services means those services within the scope of the practice of a certified public accounting firm licensed under Chapter 473 of the Florida Statutes, and qualified to conduct audits in accordance with government auditing standards as adopted by the Florida Board of Accountancy.

  • Personnel means persons hired by the Consultant or by any Subconsultant as employees and assigned to the performance of the Services or any part thereof; “Foreign Personnel” means such persons who at the time of being so hired had their domicile outside the Government’s country; “Local Personnel” means such persons who at

  • Medical Affairs Activities means activities designed to ensure or improve appropriate medical use of, conduct medical education of, or further research regarding, a Product sold in the Territory, including by way of example: (a) customary activities of medical science liaisons; (b) grants to support continuing medical education, symposia, or Third Party research related to a Product in the Territory; (c) development, publication and dissemination of publications relating to a Product in the Territory; (d) medical information services provided in response to inquiries communicated via sales representatives or received by letter, phone call or email; (e) conducting advisory board meetings or other consultant programs; and (f) establishment and implementation of risk, evaluation and mitigation and strategies (REMS); provided that, for purposes of cost allocation provisions under this Agreement, Medical Affairs Activities shall not include the conduct of Clinical Trials.

  • Corporate Services Provider means Computershare Trust Company of Canada, a trust company formed under the laws of Canada, as corporate services provider to the Liquidation GP under the Corporate Services Agreement, together with any successor corporate services provider appointed from time to time;

  • Extra Services means those services set forth in Schedule “B” that are requested by the Municipality for itself or on behalf of its citizens and provided by the Company in accordance with paragraph 7 of this Agreement;

  • Emergency medical services provider means a person who has received formal training in prehospital and emergency care, and is licensed to attend any person who is ill or injured or who has a disability. Police officers, firefighters, funeral home employees and other persons serving in a dual capacity one of which meets the definition of “emergency medical services provider” are “emergency medical services providers” within the meaning of this chapter.

  • Residual parental rights and responsibilities means all rights and responsibilities remaining with the

  • Services Coordinator means an employee of the community developmental disability program or other agency that contracts with the county or Department, who is selected to plan, procure, coordinate, and monitor Individual Support Plan services, and to act as a proponent for individuals with developmental disabilities.

  • Official responsibility means administrative or operating authority, whether intermediate or final, to initiate, approve, disapprove or otherwise affect a procurement transaction, or any claim resulting therefrom.

  • Professional Services means those services within the scope of the practice of architecture, professional engineering, landscape architecture, or registered surveying and mapping, as defined by the laws of Florida, or those services performed by any architect, professional engineer, landscape architect, or registered surveyor and mapper, in connection with the firm's or individual's professional employment or practice.

  • Oversight means the term as it is defined in the Stewardship Agreement between CDOT and the FHWA.

  • Specified Personnel , if applicable, means the person(s) named in Item 4 Schedule 1 to this Agreement, or any other employee or agent of the Contractor, who is approved by the Office-holder from time to time for the purpose of clause 7.2.

  • Service activities means activities in connection with the provision of personal, continuing services to shareholder accounts in the Shares; provided, however, that if the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. (“NASD”) adopts a definition of “service fee” for purposes of Section 2830(b)(9) of the NASD Conduct Rules or any successor provision that differs from the definition of “service activities” hereunder, or if the NASD adopts a related interpretive position intended to define the same concept, the definition of “service activities” in this paragraph shall be automatically amended, without further action of the parties, to conform to the then effective NASD definition. Overhead and other expenses related to “distribution activities” or “service activities,” including telephone and other communications expenses, may be included in the information regarding amounts expended for these activities.