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Termination Notices from Company from Amended and Restated

HealthSouth Corporation, a Delaware corporation (the "Company"), has adopted the HealthSouth Corporation Third Amended and Restated Change in Control Benefits Plan (the "Plan") for the benefit of certain Participant employees of the Company and its subsidiaries, on the terms and conditions hereinafter stated. The Plan is intended to help retain qualified employees, maintain a stable work environment and provide financial security to certain Participant employees of the Company in the event of a Change in Control. The Plan is intended to be a plan that "is unfunded and is maintained by an employer primarily for the purpose of providing deferred compensation for a select group of management or highly compensated employees" within the meaning of Sections 201(2), 301(a)(3) and 401(a)(1) of ERISA. Conversely, to the maximum extent permitted by law, the Plan is not intended to provide for any "deferral of compensation," as defined in Section 409A of the Code ("Section 409A") and authoritativ

Termination Notices from Company. For purposes of the Plan, in order for the Company to terminate any Participant's employment for Cause, the Company must give a Termination Notice to such Participant, which notice shall be dated the date it is given to such Participant, shall specify the Termination Date and shall state that the termination is for Cause and shall set forth in reasonable detail the particulars thereof. For purposes of the Plan, in order for the Company to terminate any Participant's employment for Disability, the Company must give a Termination Notice to such Participant, which notice shall be dated the date it is given to such Participant, shall specify the Termination Date and shall state that the termination is for Disability and shall set forth in reasonable detail the particulars thereof. Any Termination Notice given by the Company that does not comply, in all material respects, with the foregoing requirements shall be invalid and ineffective for purposes of the Plan. Any Termination Notice purported to be given by the Company to any Participant after the death or retirement of such Participant shall be invalid and ineffective.

Termination Notices from Company from Amended and Restated

Calpine Corporation, a Delaware corporation (the "Company") previously adopted the Calpine Corporation Change in Control and Severance Benefits Plan, as amended from time to time (the "Prior Plan") for the benefit of certain Participant employees of the Company and its subsidiaries, on the terms and conditions therein stated. In accordance with Section 7.03 thereof, the Board hereby approves this amendment and restatement (the "Plan"), effective as of the Effective Date (as defined below), which supersedes and replaces the Prior Plan in all respects. The Plan is intended to help retain qualified employees, maintain a stable work environment and provide financial security to certain Participant employees of the Company in the event of a Change in Control and in the event of a termination of employment in connection with or without a Change in Control. The Plan, as a "severance pay arrangement" within the meaning of section 3(2)(B)(i) of ERISA, is intended to be excepted from the defin

Termination Notices from Company. For purposes of this Plan, in order for the Company to terminate any Participant's employment for Cause, the Company must give a Termination Notice to such Participant, which notice shall be dated the date it is given to such Participant, shall specify the Termination Date and shall state that the termination is for Cause and shall set forth in reasonable detail the particulars thereof. For purposes of this Plan, in order for the Company to terminate any Participant's employment without Cause, the Company must give a Termination Notice to such Participant, which notice shall be dated the date it is given to such Participant, shall specify the Termination Date and shall state that the termination is without Cause. For purposes of this Plan, in order for the Company to terminate any Participant's employment for Disability, the Company must give a Termination Notice to such Participant, which notice shall be dated the date it is given to such Participant, shall specify the Termination Date and shall state that the termination is for Disability and shall set forth in reasonable detail the particulars thereof. Any Termination Notice given by the Company that does not comply, in all material respects, with the foregoing requirements shall be invalid and ineffective for purposes of this Plan. Any Termination Notice purported to be given by the Company to any Participant after the death or retirement of such Participant shall be invalid and ineffective.

Termination Notices from Company from Amended and Restated

HealthSouth Corporation, a Delaware corporation (the "Company"), has adopted the HealthSouth Corporation Fourth Amended and Restated Executive Severance Plan, to be effective as of October 14, 2013 (the "Plan"), for the benefit of certain employees of the Company and its subsidiaries, on the terms and conditions hereinafter stated. The Plan is intended to help retain qualified employees and provide financial security to certain employees of the Company whose employment with the Company and its Affiliates may be terminated under circumstances entitling them to severance benefits as provided herein. The Plan is intended to be a plan that "is unfunded and is maintained by an employer primarily for the purpose of providing deferred compensation for a select group of management or highly compensated employees" within the meaning of Sections 201(2), 301(a)(3) and 401(a)(1) of ERISA. Conversely, to the maximum extent permitted by law, the Plan is not intended to provide for any "deferral of

Termination Notices from Company. For purposes of the Plan, in order for the Company to terminate any Participant's employment for Cause, the Company must give a Termination Notice to such Participant, which notice shall be dated the date it is given to such Participant, shall specify the Termination Date and shall state that the termination is for Cause and shall set forth in reasonable detail the particulars thereof. Any Termination Notice given by the Company that does not comply, in all material respects, with the foregoing requirements shall be invalid and ineffective for purposes of the Plan. Any Termination Notice purported to be given by the Company to any Participant after the death or retirement of such Participant shall be invalid and ineffective.

Termination Notices from Company

Calpine Corporation, a Delaware corporation (the "Company") has adopted the Calpine Corporation Change in Control and Severance Benefits Plan (the "Plan'") for the benefit of certain Participant employees of the Company and its subsidiaries, on the terms and conditions hereinafter stated. The Plan is intended to help retain qualified employees, maintain a stable work environment and provide financial security to certain Participant employees of the Company in the event of a Change in Control and in the event of a termination of employment in connection with or without a Change in Control. The Plan, as a "severance pay arrangement" within the meaning of section 3(2)(B)(i) of ERISA, is intended to be excepted from the definitions of "employee pension benefit plan" and "pension plan" set forth under Section 3(2) of ERISA, and is intended to meet the descriptive requirements of a plan constituting a "severance pay plan" within the meaning of regulations published by the Secretary of Labor

Termination Notices from Company. For purposes of this Plan, in order for the Company to terminate any Participant's employment for Cause, the Company must give a Termination Notice to such Participant, which notice shall be dated the date it is given to such Participant, shall specify the Termination Date and shall state that the termination is for Cause and shall set forth in reasonable detail the particulars thereof. For purposes of this Plan, in order for the Company to terminate any Participant's employment for Disability, the Company must give a Termination Notice to such Participant, which notice shall be dated the date it is given to such Participant, shall specify the Termination Date and shall state that the termination is for Disability and shall set forth in reasonable detail the particulars thereof. Any Termination Notice given by the Company that does not comply, in all material respects, with the foregoing requirements shall be invalid and ineffective for purposes of this Plan. Any Termination Notice purported to be given by the company to any Participant after the death or retirement of such Participant shall be invalid and ineffective.

Termination Notices from Company from Amended and Restated

HealthSouth Corporation, a Delaware corporation (the "Company"), has adopted the HealthSouth Corporation Executive Severance Plan, as amended and restated from time to time (the "Plan"), for the benefit of certain Participant employees of the Company and its subsidiaries, on the terms and conditions hereinafter stated. The Plan is intended to help retain qualified employees and provide financial security to certain employees of the Company whose employment with the Company and its Affiliates may be terminated under circumstances entitling them to severance benefits as provided herein. The Plan, as a "severance pay arrangement" within the meaning of Section 3(2)(B)(i) of ERISA, is intended to be excepted from the definitions of "employee pension benefit plan" and "pension plan" set forth under Section 3(2) of ERISA, and is intended to meet the descriptive requirements of a plan constituting a "severance pay plan" within the meaning of regulations published by the Secretary of Labor at

Termination Notices from Company. For purposes of the Plan, in order for the Company to terminate any Participant's employment for Cause, the Company must give a Termination Notice to such Participant, which notice shall be dated the date it is given to such Participant, shall specify the Termination Date and shall state that the termination is for Cause and shall set forth in reasonable detail the particulars thereof. Any Termination Notice given by the Company that does not comply, in all material respects, with the foregoing requirements shall be invalid and ineffective for purposes of the Plan. Any Termination Notice purported to be given by the Company to any Participant after the death or retirement of such Participant shall be invalid and ineffective.

Termination Notices from Company from Severance Plan

Kimco Realty Corporation, a Maryland corporation (the Company), has adopted this Kimco Realty Corporation Executive Severance Plan (the Plan) to provide key employees of the Company and its affiliates and subsidiaries with severance protection under covered circumstances.

Termination Notices from Company. For purposes of this Plan, in order for the Company to terminate any Participants employment for Cause, the Company must give a Termination Notice to such Participant, which notice shall be dated as of the date it is given to such Participant, shall specify the Termination Date and shall state that the termination is for Cause and shall set forth in reasonable detail the particulars thereof. For purposes of this Plan, in order for the Company to terminate any Participants employment for Disability, the Company must give a Termination Notice to such Participant, which notice shall be dated as of the date it is given to such Participant, shall specify the Termination Date and shall state that the termination is for Disability and shall set forth in reasonable detail the particulars thereof. Any Termination Notice given by the Company that does not comply, in all material respects, with the foregoing requirements shall b e invalid and ineffective for purposes of this Plan.

Termination Notices from Company

Calpine Corporation, a Delaware corporation (the Company) has adopted the Calpine Corporation Change in Control and Severance Benefits Plan (the Plan) for the benefit of certain Participant employees of the Company and its subsidiaries, on the terms and conditions hereinafter stated. The Plan is intended to help retain qualified employees, maintain a stable work environment and provide financial security to certain Participant employees of the Company in the event of a Change in Control and in the event of a termination of employment in connection with or without a Change in Control. The Plan, as a severance pay arrangement within the meaning of section 3(2)(B)(i) of ERISA, is intended to be excepted from the definitions of employee pension benefit plan and pension plan set forth under Section 3(2) of ERISA, and is intended to meet the descriptive requirements of a plan constituting a severance pay plan within the meaning of regulations published by the Secretary of Labor at Title 29,

Termination Notices from Company. For purposes of this Plan, in order for the Company to terminate any Participants employment for Cause, the Company must give a Termination Notice to such Participant, which notice shall be dated the date it is given to such Participant, shall specify the Termination Date and shall state that the termination is for Cause and shall set forth in reasonable detail the particulars thereof. For purposes of this Plan, in order for the Company to terminate any Participants employment for Disability, the Company must give a Termination Notice to such Participant, which notice shall be dated the date it is given to such Participant, shall specify the Termination Date and shall state that the termination is for Disability and shall set forth in reasonable detail the particulars thereof. Any Termination Notice given by the Company that does not comply, in all material respects, with the foregoing requirements shall be invalid and ineffective for purposes of this Plan. Any Termination Notice purported to be given by the company to any Participant after the death or retirement of such Participant shall be invalid and ineffective.

Termination Notices from Company from Severance Plan

Termination Notices from Company. For purposes of this Plan, in order for the Company to terminate any Participants employment for Cause, the Company must give a Termination Notice to such Participant, which notice shall be dated the date it is given to such Participant, shall specify the Termination Date and shall state that the termination is for Cause and shall set forth in reasonable detail the particulars thereof. For purposes of this Plan, in order for the Company to terminate any Participants employment for Disability, the Company must give a Termination Notice to such Participant, which notice shall be dated the date it is given to such Participant, shall specify the Termination Date and shall state that the termination is for Disability and shall set forth in reasonable detail the particulars thereof.

Termination Notices from Company from Amended and Restated

HEALTHSOUTH Corporation, a Delaware corporation (the "Company"), has adopted the HealthSouth Corporation Executive Severance Plan, as amended and restated herein (the "Plan"), for the benefit of certain Participant employees of the Company and its subsidiaries, on the terms and conditions hereinafter stated. The Plan is intended to help retain qualified employees and provide financial security to certain employees of the Company whose employment with the Company and its Affiliates may be terminated under circumstances entitling them to severance benefits as provided herein. The Plan, as a "severance pay arrangement" within the meaning of Section 3(2)(B)(i) of ERISA, is intended to be excepted from the definitions of "employee pension benefit plan" and "pension plan" set forth under Section 3(2) of ERISA, and is intended to meet the descriptive requirements of a plan constituting a "severance pay plan" within the meaning of regulations published by the Secretary of Labor at Title 29,

Termination Notices from Company. For purposes of this Plan, in order for the Company to terminate any Participant's employment for Cause, the Company must give a Termination Notice to such Participant, which notice shall be dated the date it is given to such Participant, shall specify the Termination Date and shall state that the termination is for Cause and shall set forth in reasonable detail the particulars thereof. For purposes of this Plan, in order for the Company to terminate any Participant's employment for Disability, the Company must give a Termination Notice to such Participant, which notice shall be dated the date it is given to such Participant, shall specify the Termination Date and shall state that the termination is for Disability and shall set forth in reasonable detail the particulars thereof. Any Termination Notice given by the Company that does not comply, in all material respects, with the foregoing requirements shall be invalid and ineffective for purposes of this Plan. Any Termination Notice purported to be given by the Company to any Participant after the death or retirement of such Participant shall be invalid and ineffective.

Termination Notices from Company from Amended and Restated

HEALTHSOUTH Corporation, a Delaware corporation (the "Company") has adopted the HealthSouth Corporation Change in Control Benefits Plan (the "Plan") for the benefit of certain Participant employees of the Company and its subsidiaries, on the terms and conditions hereinafter stated. The Plan is intended to help retain qualified employees, maintain a stable work environment and provide financial security to certain Participant employees of the Company in the event of a Change in Control. The Plan, as a "severance pay arrangement" within the meaning of Section 3(2)(B)(i) of ERISA, is intended to be excepted from the definitions of "employee pension benefit plan" and "pension plan" set forth under Section 3(2) of ERISA, and is intended to meet the descriptive requirements of a plan constituting a "severance pay plan" within the meaning of regulations published by the Secretary of Labor at Title 29, Code of Federal Regulations SS 2510.3-2(b).

Termination Notices from Company. For purposes of this Plan, in order for the Company to terminate any Participant's employment for Cause, the Company must give a Termination Notice to such Participant, which notice shall be dated the date it is given to such Participant, shall specify the Termination Date and shall state that the termination is for Cause and shall set forth in reasonable detail the particulars thereof. For purposes of this Plan, in order for the Company to terminate any Participant's employment for Disability, the Company must give a Termination Notice to such Participant, which notice shall be dated the date it is given to such Participant, shall specify the Termination Date and shall state that the termination is for Disability and shall set forth in reasonable detail the particulars thereof. Any Termination Notice given by the Company that does not comply, in all material respects, with the foregoing requirements shall be invalid and ineffective for purposes of this Plan. Any Termination Notice purported to be given by the Company to any Participant after the death or retirement of such Participant shall be invalid and ineffective.