Third Party Contract definition

Third Party Contract means a contract between Metrolinx and any other Person which is in any way related to, impacts or is impacted by the Services and/or the Consultant’s acts or omissions, whether expressly identified to the Consultant or not.
Third Party Contract means a contract or purchase order awarded by the Recipient to a vendor or contractor, financed in whole or in part with Federal assistance awarded by FTA.
Third Party Contract means a legal instrument by which a Recipient or Subrecipient purchases property or services needed to carry out the Grant Agreement or Cooperative Agreement. This does not include an instrument describing a transaction that meets the definition of a federal Award, Grant, Cooperative Agreement, Subaward, or Subagreement.

Examples of Third Party Contract in a sentence

  • No less than ten (10) days prior to offering to a third party or SREC broker to enter into any binding obligation to sell SRECs to any third party, the Company shall notify the Authority (the “SREC Third Party Contract Notice”) of its intent to so contract and provide the Authority with the current market prices (in the form of a bid and offer run from a third party broker, if available to the Company), expected transaction price, and minimum offer price at which it is hoping to so contract.

  • When a VITA Third Party Contract is no longer required for performance of the Services, or (if sooner) at the end of the applicable contract term, the Supplier will cease use of such VITA Third Party Contract.

  • In any agreement executed between the CITY and a third party for purposes related in any way to the subject matter of this AGREEMENT (“Third Party Contract”), the CITY must require that VTA be named as (i) Additional insureds on a primary and non-contributory basis with Separation of Insureds and Waiver of Subrogation on all policies of insurance, except when not applicable required in the Third Party Contract and (ii) indemnified parties in any indemnity provision contained in the Third Party Contract.

  • The Parties shall be entitled to subcontract (including to affiliates) all or any portion of the Support Services to a Third Party Vendor; provided, however, that any LSU Third Party Contract will require advance written consent of the other Party, which consent will not be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed; and provided further that any of the OLH Parties must provide notice to the Chief Medical Officer of OLHS-NL (“CMO”) if any of the OLH Parties will subcontract with a Third Party Vendor.

  • Relationship of Project Approval to Third Party Contract Approval.

More Definitions of Third Party Contract

Third Party Contract means a contract or other understanding or agreement (other than this Agreement) between or among (i) the Trust and (ii) a third party service provider to the Trust pursuant to which such third party is obligated to take or refrain from taking actions that are necessary or useful for the orderly and timely delivery of the Services, including contracts or understandings with (A) Advisers, (B) principal underwriters, (C) Persons acting as PEO, PFO or CCO and their respective employers, (D) Fund Intermediaries, and (E) Non-Discretionary Subcontractors.
Third Party Contract has the meaning set forth in Section 2.03.
Third Party Contract shall have the meaning assigned to it in subparagraph 1(A)(2)(b) of the Construction Management Agreement.
Third Party Contract has the meaning indicated in subparagraph 2(A)(2)(b)1).
Third Party Contract means any contract entered into between the Board and a third party for the beneficial use of the Assigned Water Right.
Third Party Contract has the meaning indicated in the Construction Agreement.
Third Party Contract means a “contract” as defined above.