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Asked why he did not know some payoffs had gone beyond what was contractually needed, Lord Patten appeared to suggest former director-general Mark Thompson should be called to give evidence.
Preferably, notice should be given long before it is contractually required.
Indemnification Clauses represent promises to reimburse one party and make them whole, while Exculpatory Clauses involve one party contractually relinquishing a legal right--for example giving up the right to sue another party for their negligence.
Loans after year 10 are contractually guaranteed to be cost-free.
April 17, 1961: Elizabeth Taylor won the best-actress award for ``Butterfield 8,'' a role and a film she despised but was contractually obligated to MGM to make.
75-25 developers were required to be contractually obligated to make the improvements; the Service also required that the developer agree to an extension of the statute of limitations (SOL) for assessing tax liability on any issue, not just the estimated costs issue.
As a result of the auctions, the Illinois Subsidiaries are contractually obligated to pay power purchase costs that are on average $64 per megawatt hour (mwh), which are up to 80% higher than costs assumed in current frozen rates.
Although the coaches poll is contractually obligated to crown the winner of the BCS title game as its national champ, the Associated Press voters are under no such obligation.
The company is contractually precluded from releasing the buyers identity until a deal is reached, if the company agrees to the sale of its rights in the contract the buyer will be identified, both parties are in the due diligence process.
This ruling will give Amgen access to markets that they had been contractually precluded from entering.
Our clients include national florists; hotel/motel and other national franchisee business operators who are linked contractually to their franchisor reservation and payment systems established through their franchisor networks.
Request that the leaders of our medical organizations insist that insurance companies delete from contracts all language that makes charges for electronically provided services contractually disallowable.