TERM AND TERMINATION This Agreement is effective from the date hereof and shall continue for a term of one (1) year. Thereafter, this Agreement shall be automatically renewed for consecutive one (1) year periods unless either party gives the other written notice of non-renewal at least 30 days prior to the expiration date of the current term. This Agreement may be terminated by CHECKGATEWAY at any time with 30 days’ written notice or as otherwise provided by the terms of this Agreement. If Merchant wants to terminate the Agreement before the initial one-year term or any renewal term has expired, Merchant shall give CHECKGATEWAY 30 days’ written notice of Merchant’s intent to terminate the Agreement. CHECKGATEWAY must approve the Merchant’s request for early termination in writing, which approval will not be unreasonably withheld. If CHECKGATEWAY does not provide such written approval, Merchant acknowledges and agrees that it will be charged an early termination fee of $500.00 or the amount mutually agreed upon in the Early Termination Fee section of the Agreement. Notwithstanding CHECKGATEWAY’S rights to cancel this Agreement as stated elsewhere in this Agreement, CHECKGATEWAY may also immediately terminate this Agreement and immediately suspend all processing for Merchant without providing advance written notice to Merchant: (1) upon the request of CHECKGATEWAY’S ODFI or any regulatory agency (regardless of the reason for the request); (2) if CHECKGATEWAY, its ODFI or any regulatory agency believes that Merchant has breached this Agreement, has breached any representations and warranties made in this Agreement, is violating or has previously violated any applicable Regulations or Rules and/or has initiated any unauthorized Entries; or (3) if CHECKGATEWAY is unable to process transactions for Merchant for any reason that is out of CHECKGATEWAY’s control or CHECKGATEWAY no longer has the ability to process transactions for Merchant. Immediately upon termination of the Agreement, whether by expiration or otherwise and whether or not the Agreement was terminated for cause, CHECKGATEWAY’S obligation to provide services under the Agreement shall cease, and any unpaid amounts due and owing by Merchant shall become immediately due and payable. Payment for any services rendered or any other obligation or liability owing at the time of termination shall not be affected by termination of this Agreement. At the time of termination, CHECKGATEWAY will place all funds due to be settled into a Reserve Account to be released in accordance with the RESERVE BALANCE paragraph of this Agreement.
Mezzanine capital of € 4,000,000.00 (loan proceeds) was granted under a mezzanine capital agreement dated December 27, 2007 between CANCOM SE and Bayern Mezzaninekapital GmbH & Co. KG. The funds were paid out on December 31, 2007. Partial repayments of € 1,000,000 each were made on December 30, 2011 and December 21, 2012. The remaining mezzanine capital of € 2,000,000.00 is due for repayment in full no later than De- cember 31, 2015 and attracts interest at a fixed rate of 6.6 percent per annum. If the actual reported EBITDA reaches at least 50 percent of the planned EBITDA, the providers of the mezzanine capital will be paid 0.5 percent per annum as an earnings-linked remuneration. Claims under the mezzanine capital agreement are subordinate to the claims of all present and future creditors in that the providers of the mezzanine capital may not demand the satisfaction of their claims during the time that the company is in crisis in the meaning of Section 32a of the German Limited Liability Company Act (Gesetz betreffend die Gesellschaften mit beschränkter Haftung, GmbHG) or if the enforcement of the claims would lead the company into a crisis in the meaning of Sec- tion 32a of the above Act. During such a crisis these subordinated claims rank after the claims of other creditors, in accordance with Section 39, paragraph 1, number 5 and Section 39, paragraph 2 of the German Insolvency Statute (Insolvenzordnung, InsO). Two loans of € 1,000,000.00 each (loan proceeds) were granted by Sparkasse Günzburg-Krumbach on December 21, 2010. Interest of 5.1 percent per annum is payable on the loan. These are spe- cific-purpose loans out of funds from Germany’s publicly-owned development bank, Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW). The scheduled start of repayment is March 30, 2018, with 11 quarterly instalments of € 83,334 on each loan, followed by a final instalment of € 83,326 on each loan. An unscheduled repayment of € 128,800 was made on one of the loans on April 10, 2012. The scheduled repayments for this loan will be reduced to € 72,600 per quarter from March 30, 2018.
Proof of income or documentation verifying lack thereof must be provided within 30 days of your first visit. Proof of income must also be renewed annually. Please provide proof of income when asked. The following is acceptable documentation: Two most recent pay stubs, Federal Tax Return, W-2, Social Security Statement, Disability /VA determination, or a notarized let- ter from someone who is providing you with support. If you are married, we will need your spouse’s income information as well.
In some cases a user may wish to receive indicators as simple text messages. Limitations of text format do not allow showing some graphical elements of the standard indicators table (picture 5). But all informative elements are preserved (picture 6). Reliability of the forecast is displayed as (n/10), where n – is the numeric value of reliability level, 10 – reminder of a 10-level scale of reliability.
One year after the Reform Commission has started its work, amidst heavy debate and several proposals, Law no. 2/2014 was published in the Republic Gazette on 16 January 2014, thus approving the corporate income tax reform and republishing the corporate income tax code accordingly.
Table 2 provides a reserve summary for Activa Resources, LLC as at 1 July 2009. Proven reserves have remained stable over the last 12 months with new discoveries adding reserves to com- pensate for those produced. Proven reserves amount to approx. 2 million BOE with a PV10 of USD 35 million based on August strip pricing. Probable reserves account for an additional 2.6 million BOE, up from approx. 2 million BOE over the last 12 months, with a PV10 of USD 65 million. The total potential of Activa’s reserve base is, however, materially higher.
Berline and Vergne  define equivariant cohomology. This leads to a very useful localization formula: The equivariant geometry localization formula. In the context of symplectic geometry, this formula becomes the formula of Duistermaat-Heckman. Witten was able to give a concrete application of this formula in the framework of supersymmetric field theory: We can then give a dictionary that allows us to translate the vocabulary of equivariant geometry into that of supersymmetric field theories.
In the second quarter revenue growth amounted to 3%, fully as a result of currency effects. Organic growth for the first six months was 6% (2% at constant exchange rates). This modest organic growth was caused by the anticipated revenue decline in 2015 as a result of the phasing out of projects by the Automotive Control Systems business unit. Excluding Automotive Control Systems, revenue growth for the first six months was 9.2%. Furthermore there was a delay in the start-up of a number of new industrial projects in the second quarter, which will now take place in the second half of the year. The Industrial Division recorded 2% growth in revenue in the first six months while the Automotive Division achieved growth of 8%.
This group has worked closely with the NUPIC Team Leads and Suppliers to facilitate and coordinate audit participation to ensure the process continued. The group prepared and presented to the NUPIC membership, a guideline for performing a Hybrid Audit/ Survey Approach to provide consistency in Audit planning and execution. This was ap- proved by the membership and continues to be evaluated to ensure effectiveness. The guideline can only be used during exigent conditions and includes restrictions for use. Exigent conditions include, but are not limited to: 1) declaration of a national emergency; 2) severe localized or national weather conditions or damage to licensee or supplier infra- structure; or 3) localized outbreak of a severe health concern to the public and licensee. In addition, a subcommittee of the NQML (Nuclear Quality Management Leadership) Committee, was created, referred to as VARS (Vendor Audit Relief Subcommittee). This subcommittee included members from the NQML, NUPIC, NEI, and additional support from various other agencies. The VARS subcommittee created a process for reviewing vendor performance and risks associated with vendors that are nearing expiration. The resultant guidance documents were presented to and discussed with the NRC during a public meeting on November 2, 2020. The resultant meeting summary can be seen in NRC document ML20324A216.
(d) Only if the financial problems of the Institute cannot be resolved by the operation of the provisions of Article 31 and Article 30.13(b) and (c) because of the severity and extent of the Institute’s financial exigency as defined in Article 30.13(e), tenured faculty may be laid off after non-tenured faculty in the following sequence: (1) tenured part-time faculty; then (2) tenured full-time faculty, in accordance with seniority within areas of competence dating from the original date of employment. In every instance of lay-off in the case of financial exigency, the tenured faculty member concerned shall be notified prior to the end of the Spring semester or trimester that during the following academic year he or she will be on a terminal appointment. Such notice shall be given as early as possible. The Institute will make every effort to place laid-off faculty members in other suitable positions and the laid-off faculty member shall be placed on a preferential rehiring list for three years for vacancies in their areas of competence with those having greater seniority having prior claim to a position. Such individuals rehired shall be compensated at a salary no less than that last received at the Institute plus any increases that may have accrued during their absence.
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Since 1980, most news articles on immigration have focused on the legal status or criminal activities of immigrants and government debates about immi- gration policy. 2 Over the past few years, the focus shifted somewhat to public sentiment toward immi- grants, immigrant activism, and border security issues in the wake of the 9/11 attacks. 3 In 2006, during the Congressional debates on immigration policy, news- papers wrote thousands of articles on immigration issues, but fewer than 5 percent of those stories cov- ered issues related to immigrant families and children. Yet the children of immigrants are at the heart of several key U.S. social and policy issues. Second-gen- eration Latinos—who account for the majority of chil- dren in immigrant families—are projected to make up 23 percent of U.S. labor force growth from 2000 to 2020 and could help support aging baby boomers in retirement. 4 Immigrant families are driving rapid population growth and growing race/ethnic diversity in local communities and school districts across the country. The children of immigrants, especially those living with unauthorized parents, are also deeply affected by national immigration policies aimed at
While the oversight of payment systems has always been an implicit task of central banks, it has taken until the early 1990s for oversight to become a formal (legal) task of EU central banks. The EU Treaty recognises the importance of a safe and effi cient functioning of payment systems to the stability of the fi nancial system and thus codifi es in its Article 105 (2) that it is one of the main tasks of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB) to promote the smooth operation of payment systems. This provision is mirrored in Article 3.1 of the Statute of the European System of Central Banks and of the European Central Bank. In addition, Article 22 of the Statute clarifi es the tools for carrying out this task stating that “the ECB and the national central banks may provide facilities, and the ECB may make regulations, to ensure effi cient and sound clearing and payment systems within the Community and with other countries”. In light of the conditions laid down at the time of its development, the Treaty mentions explicitly only the smooth operation of payment systems. However, owing to the reasons mentioned above, the interest of the Eurosystem goes beyond payment systems and includes also payment instruments, critical service providers and securities clearing and settlement systems. THE EUROSYSTEM’S OVERSIGHT FRAMEWORK APPLIED BY THE ECB
The content for this excerpt was taken directly from the IDC document Competitive Review of Selected Cloud File Sharing and Collaboration Services by Maureen Fleming and Kate Silverstein (Doc # 234770). All or parts of the following sections are included in this excerpt: IDC Opinion, In This Study, Situation Overview, Future Outlook and Essential Guidance. Also included are a full or edited version of Table 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, as well as a full or edited version of Figure 1, 2, and 3.
Virtualization in the data center requires enterprises to optimize server-to-server traffic while striving to reduce costs. The Pod concept employs a unique direct-connect architecture for top-of-rack switches as shown in Figure 2. The Pod is a highly dense structure that allows server-to-server traffic to be delivered without the need for a core switch. The example shown in Figure 2 interconnects six top-of-rack switches delivering 240 server-facing ports while keeping latency between servers in the same pod at less than two microseconds. The network virtualization technology used is Shortest Path Bridging (SPB) and Virtual Chassis, to allow all top-of-rack switches to be managed as a single device with one IP address.
Mainframe Decommission 6.1.2014 6.30.2016 The completion of OneCarolina project phase 1 and phase 2 will remove the use of the mainframe for Student, HR, Finance and Payroll software. As we continue to implement Banner and PeopleSoft, we will be phasing out the mainframe. During this period the project team is executing the communication plan as well as identifying enterprise replacement solutions and consultation for departments that need to migrate function and data.