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Coupa expects the additional capabilities from the Contractually technology to be made available to select customers by mid-2016.
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.
For example, if a network outage occurs, Service Analytics automatically will retrieve trouble ticket and order metrics from the MetaSolv Solution, along with data regarding available network capacity, to measure CODETEL's compliance with contractually guaranteed times for installing, repairing, and restoring service.
Concentric is contractually affiliated with more than a dozen leading service, material, and equipment providers to consult in areas such as information technology, primary equipment, energy management, health/safety/risk management, control systems, facility maintenance, resins, mold design, and financial services.
Loans after year 10 are contractually guaranteed to be cost-free.
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.
Companies have contractually agreed to pay us for this type of program," says Stokes.
The court observed further that modifications to the benefits were fundamentally inconsistent with the notion that any retirement benefits were ever contractually vested.
Third, it limits SMHS's right to enforce any contractually imposed restrictive covenant against a physician in a restricted specialty and area if that physician leaves his or her employment with SMHS, provided that the physician pays back any funds received from SMHS in connection with the physician's initial hiring--such as money for the acquisition of the physician's practice or money paid in exchange for a covenant not to compete.