Relevant Conviction definition

Relevant Conviction means a conviction that is relevant to the nature of the Services or as listed by the Authority and/or relevant to the work of the Authority.
Relevant Conviction means a Conviction that is relevant to the nature of the Services to be provided or as specified in the Call Off Order Form;
Relevant Conviction means a Conviction that is relevant to the nature of the Services to be provided or as specified by the Customer in the Order Form or elsewhere in the Contract; Relevant Transfer means a transfer of employment to which TUPE applies;

Examples of Relevant Conviction in a sentence

  • The Supplier will ensure that no person who discloses that he/she has a Relevant Conviction, or is found by the Supplier to have a Relevant Conviction (whether as a result of a police check or through the Criminal Records Bureau check or otherwise) is employed or engaged in the provision of any part of the Services.

  • The Contractor shall ensure that no person who discloses that he/she has a Relevant Conviction, or is found by the Contractor to have a Relevant Conviction (whether as a result of a police check or through the Criminal Records Bureau check or otherwise) is employed or engaged in the provision of the Goods or Services.

  • The Contractor shall ensure that no person who discloses that he/she has a Relevant Conviction, or is found by the Contractor to have a Relevant Conviction (whether as a result of a police check or through the Criminal Records Bureau check or otherwise) is employed or engaged in the provision of the Services.

  • The Contractor shall ensure that no person who discloses that he/she has a Relevant Conviction, or is found by the Contractor to have a Relevant Conviction (whether as a result of a police check or through the Criminal Records Bureau check or otherwise) is employed or engaged in the provision of any part of the Services.

  • The Supplier shall ensure that no person who discloses that he has a Relevant Conviction, or who is found by the Supplier to have any Relevant Convictions (whether as a result of a police check or through the Criminal Records Bureau procedures or otherwise), is employed or engaged in any part of the provision of the Services without Approval.


More Definitions of Relevant Conviction

Relevant Conviction means a conviction that is relevant to the nature of the Contract Services or as specified in section 2.1 of Appendix 1 of the Letter of Appointment;
Relevant Conviction means a conviction that is relevant to the nature of the Goods or Services or as listed by the Authority and/or relevant to the work of the Authority. "Replacement Contractor" means any third party service provider appointed by the Authority to supply any Goods or Services which are substantially similar to any of the Goods or Services, and which the Authority receives in substitution for any of the Goods or Services following the expiry, termination or partial termination of the Contract.
Relevant Conviction means a Conviction that is relevant to the nature of
Relevant Conviction means a conviction, other than those listed in ORS 475B.045(3), that involved violence or the threat of violence; dishonesty or deception; drugs, alcohol, or other regulated substances; non-compliance with driver license requirements; or a conviction as a felon in possession of a weapon.
Relevant Conviction means a conviction that is relevant to the nature of the Services, relevant to the work of the Customer, or as otherwise advised by the Customer; “Request for Information” will have the meaning set out in the FOIA or the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 as relevant (where the meaning set out for the term “request” will apply); “Services” means the services to be provided by the Supplier to the Customer under this Contract as specified in the Specification, the Purchase Order or Award Letter; “Specification” means any specification for the Services produced by the Supplier and agreed with the Customer; or supplied to the Supplier by the Customer including any specification contained in the Purchase Order or Award Letter and any documents referred to therein which set out the quantity, description, quality and price of the Services; “Staff” means all persons employed by the Supplier to perform its obligations under this Contract together with the Supplier‟s servants, agents, suppliers and sub-contractors used in the performance of its obligations under this Contract; “Staff Vetting Procedures” will mean the Customer‟s procedures for the vetting of personnel as advised to the Supplier by the Customer; “Successful Submission” means that in the reasonable opinion of the Customer, Deliverables submitted by the Supplier are fit for purpose, submitted on time and otherwise meet all the criteria defined under this Contract; “Supplier” means the person, firm or company that enters into this Contract with the Customer; “Term” will mean the term set out in the Purchase Order or Award Letter unless extended or terminated earlier in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Contract; “VAT” means value added tax in accordance with the provisions of the Value Added Tax Act 1994; and “Working Day” means a day (other than a Saturday or Sunday) on which banks are open for business in the City of London.
Relevant Conviction means a conviction that is relevant to the nature of the Services (or as listed by the Contracting Body) and/or relevant to the work of the Contracting Body