Export Regulations definition

Export Regulations has the meaning given in clause 18.3.
Export Regulations means any national and international laws and regulations including, without limitation, laws and regulations applicable to import, re-export or otherwise transferred technical data or technology to which the Item or any part of the Item may be subject.
Export Regulations means any Australian, New Zealand, US, EU or other foreign law or regulation governing the export or import of an item or thing including any applicable sanctions and embargoes.

Examples of Export Regulations in a sentence

  • If Seller intends to source or ship direct from outside of the U.S. to Buyer then, in addition to complying with all applicable Export Regulations, Seller shall provide the name, country and contact information of the non-U.S. sources within ten (10) days after Order acceptance.

  • It is Provider’s sole responsibility to obtain any required authorization and/or approval from the competent authorities to comply with any applicable Export Regulations with respect to the BPO Services.

  • Provider will take all precautions to ensure that any permitted distributor, reseller and Customer complies with the Export Regulations.

  • Material provisions are in particular the obligations under Part 1 –Article 2 (Confidentiality), Part 1 – Article 13 (Export Regulations), Part 1 – Article 15 (Compliance) and Part 2 – Article 4 (Reservation of title, rights and interest).

  • Partner acknowledges, that in case SAP or any other member of the SAP Group delivers and/or grants access to any SAP Product or parts thereof directly to an End User, this Article13 (Export Regulations) no.

More Definitions of Export Regulations

Export Regulations has the meaning given to such term in Section 3.13(c) hereof.
Export Regulations has the meaning ascribed thereto in clause 16.1.
Export Regulations means the regulations published in GN R.316
Export Regulations. Licensee understands that BROADCOM is subject to regulation by agencies of the U.S., government, including, but not limited to, the U.S. De partment of Commerce, which prohibit export or diversion of certain technical pr oducts to certain countries. Any and all obligations of BROADCOM to provide as well as any other technical assistance, shall be subject in all respects to such United States laws and regulations as shall from time to time govern the licens e and delivery of technology and products abroad by persons subject to the juris diction of the United States, including the Export Administration Act of 1979, a s amended, any successor legislation, and the Export Administration Regulations issued by the Department of commerce, Bureau of Export Administration. Licensee warrants that it will comply in all respects with the Export Administration Reg ulations and all other export and re-export restrictions applicable to the softw are and documentation licensed hereunder. Non-Assignability. Licensee may not sell, transfer, assign or subcontract any r ight or obligation set forth in this Agreement without the prior written consent of BROADCOM. Any act in derogation of the foregoing shall be null and void.
Export Regulations means any national or international trade and/or export control laws and regulations to which the Work or any part of the Work may be subject, including the export laws and regulations of the United States of America and the European Union.
Export Regulations shall have the meaning set forth in Section 10.3.
Export Regulations means all laws and regulations concerning the import, export, reimport or re-export of goods, software or technology (or their direct product);