Parties definition

Parties means the parties to this Agreement.
Parties means the parties to this Agreement collectively and “Party” shall mean any of the parties to this Agreement individually;
Parties means the parties to this Agreement and “Party” means any one of them;

Examples of Parties in a sentence

Article 1114, paragraph 2, states that: “[t]he Parties recognize that it is inappropriateto encourage investment by relaxing domestic health, safety or environmental measures.

If a Party considers that another Party has offered such an encouragement, it may request consultations with the other Party and the two Parties shall consult with a view to avoiding any such encouragement”.NAFTA also contains a Side Agreement on Environmental Cooperation.

In the event that the Parties do not reach an agreement within fifteen (15) Business Days from the beginning of the negotiation, any Party shall have the right to terminate this Agreement with immediate effect, without any prior notice or specific procedure.

The Parties agree that email correspondence is a suitable means of communication and emails will be deemed to have been received when acknowledged by the party or by return email.

PricesThe Buyer shall pay [ Price to be commercially agreed upon between the Parties] per transferred Guarantee of Origin.


More Definitions of Parties

Parties means the System Agency and Grantee, collectively. “Party” means either the System Agency or Grantee, individually.
Parties means the parties to this Agreement;
Parties means the Council and the Provider;
Parties means the City and the Supplier and “Party” means one of them or either of them, as the context requires;
Parties means DOE and Respondent.
Parties means Buyer and Seller.
Parties means the Purchaser and the Bidder and “Party” means either of the Parties.