Part 3 definition

Part 3 means the relevant part of the process specified by the DVSA to be undertaken by persons wishing to qualify as an ADI, being Theory and Hazard Perception (Part 1), Driving Ability (Part 2), Teaching Ability (Part 3) and “Part” or “Parts” shall be construed as meaning any one or more of these parts as appropriate;
Part 3. If the COR determines that PNNL’s proposal is viable, PNNL shall add the model to FAST. PNNL shall write a report to document the new model, including results of fuel performance predictions compared to measurements for experiments where fuel relocation was observed.

Examples of Part 3 in a sentence

  • The contracts must also include a provision for compliance with the Xxxxxxxx "Anti-Kickback" Act {40 U.S.C. 314S), as supplemented by Department of Labor regulations (29 CFR Part 3, "Contractors and Subcontractors on Public Building or Public Work Financed in Whole or in Part by Loans or Grants from the United States").

  • The Surveyor will also be entitled not to proceed if after arriving at the property, the surveyor concludes that the property is exempt under Part 3 of The Housing (Scotland) Act 2006 as detailed in the (Prescribed Documents) Regulations 2008.

  • Except for amendments made under Part 3, the securities regulators with jurisdiction must approve any amendment to this Agreement and will apply mutual reliance principles in reviewing any amendments that are filed with them.

  • The Design Professional shall determine the time, which shall be binding upon both Owner and Contractor, as set forth in Section 3, Part 3.

  • The Contractor shall comply with the requirements of 29 CFR Part 3, which are incorporated by reference in this contract.

More Definitions of Part 3

Part 3. Sign Here Signature of U.S. person ____________________________________ Date _____________ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- COMPUTERSHARE TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Instructions for Surrendering Certificates
Part 3 has the meaning specified in Section 4.15(t).
Part 3. (Nov 1 to Dec 11) Assignment: Literature Review due Dec. 11, 2020. Note the outline of the Course indicates that “The literature review and the jurisdictional scan will be used to develop an evaluation framework to assist in the review of the University of Toronto Plan.” Session 9 (Nov 5) Detailed discussion of what a literature review encompasses, including review of examples provided from other ROPs and the tabling of at least one example of a literature review chosen by each student for group discussion Reading Week (Nov 12) Session 10 (Nov 19) Impact of Covid on the Plan. Continue detailed discussion of what a literature review encompasses, including review of examples provided by students at the previous session or subsequently identified and tabled for discussion Session 11 (Nov 26) Discussion with U of T officials knowledgeable about the Plan and the Project with a view to understanding its origins, the goal, the approval process, the effect of the fossil fuel divestment initiative, finance, role of campus as a living lab and the Committee for Environment, Climate Change and Sustainability. Session 12 (Dec 3) Discussion with persons knowledgeable about specific topics in the Plan and/ or the Project such as (i) buildings on campuses (proposed wood tower, the Xxxxxxx building, the proposed SRITS building), Xxxx House, Trinity, UC, etc as historic buildings); (ii) Carbon Capture Use and Storage (Xxxxx Xxxxxx) and other research initiatives, (iii) pilot initiatives (eg fume hoods, Net-Zero Laneway) (iv) trees, (v) social aspects of the Project and/or the Plan Session 13 (Dec 10?) Literature review assignment is due the next day. Final discussion of the student experiences to that date in constructing a literature review; also a discussion of how the jurisdictional scan is to be conducted and allocated amongst students, noting the relevance of University Climate Change Coalition (UC3) universities, GRASFI universities, other universities in geographies similar to U of T, other educational institutions (eg Xxxxxx Xxxxx and other colleges), the City of Toronto, Shopify, Microsoft, Shell, etc.
Part 3. New Financial Products Supporting the Recipient, through a program of technical assistance, training, workshops and provision of equipment, in the development and introduction of new financial products, such as credit cards, and including, inter alia, products for: (i) housing finance; (ii) leasing finance; (iii) small and medium enterprise financing; (iv) agricultural risk management; and (iv) other products that the Project may develop. Part 4: Professional Skills in the Financial Sector Supporting the Recipient, through provision of technical assistance, training, workshops and acquisition of equipment, in enhancing professional skills in the financial sector through: (i) improving the curriculum of the EIBI; (ii) developing certification programs for finance professionals; (iii) upgrading the information technology capacity of the EIBI; and (iv) developing the research capacity of professional associations. Part 5: Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation of Project Provision of technical assistance consisting of consultants’ services and training to support the NBE in strengthening and mainstreaming of Project related implementation and monitoring and evaluation activities. SCHEDULE 2 Project Execution
Part 3. Adoption of Biodiversity-responsible Plantation Forestry Practices.
Part 3. Restraint periods means each of the following periods: