To confer definition

To confer means, but is not limited to, the following: to attend meetings required under provisions of this Contract, to attend negotiation sessions, and to attend grievance meetings/hearings. If a third party is involved and calls for a meeting/hearing during working hours, the Association representatives/witnesses who are employees of the Board who are required to attend such meetings/hearings shall suffer no loss of pay or other emoluments as provided by law and this Contract.

Examples of To confer in a sentence

  • To confer with and cooperate with the legally consti- tuted authorities of other states and of the United States for the purpose of obtaining uniformity in the administration of federal and state marketing regulations, licenses, agreements, or orders.

  • To confer with the Auditors and management of the Company on the scope, adequacy and/or effectiveness of internal controls over financial reporting and accounting practices including any special audit steps taken in the event of material control deficiencies.

Related to To confer

  • TO Contractor means the CATS+ Master Contractor awarded this TO Agreement, whose principal business address is .

  • Ability to Organize Full Abilities Limited Abilities Comments: Memory: Full Abilities Limited Abilities Comments: Social Interaction: Full Abilities Limited Abilities Comments: Communication: Full Abilities Limited Abilities Comments: Please identify the assessment tool(s) used to determine the above abilities (Examples: Lifting tests, grip strength tests, Anxiety Inventories, Self-Reporting, etc. Additional comments on Limitations (not able to do) and/or Restrictions (should/must not do) for all medical conditions:

  • assigns shall include any person, corporation, partnership or other entity that buys all or substantially all of the Company's assets or all of its stock, or with which the Company merges or consolidates. The rights, duties and benefits to Executive hereunder are personal to him, and no such right or benefit may be assigned by him.

  • The Service means any object of procurement other than works and goods.

  • Instructions to Consultants (Section 2 of the RFP) means the document which provides shortlisted Consultants with all information needed to prepare their Proposals.

  • Defendant means any party named as a defendant in the Action at any time up to and including the date when the Court has entered a final order certifying the Settlement Class described in Paragraph 12 and approving this Agreement under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure (“Rule”) 23(e).

  • Third Party Beneficiary means each of the non-NHS bodies set out in the list attached at Schedule 1, as supplied from time to time by the Authority to the Contractor;

  • Expert witness or “expert” means a person who is retained to render an opinion regarding an issue relevant to a case, whether or not the person actually testifies in court.

  • Party means a party to this Agreement.

  • Third Party means any person or entity other than the Government, the Procuring Entity, the Consultant or a Subconsultant.

  • A grievance means a dispute or disagreement as to the interpretation or application of any term or terms of any contract required under Minnesota Statutes § 179A.21 Subd. 1.

  • Faculty means a Faculty of the University;

  • Third Party Beneficiaries has the meaning ascribed thereto in Section 10.10;

  • Contact means a communication, direct or indirect, between an athlete agent and a student athlete, to recruit or solicit the student athlete to enter into an agency contract.