Tullow Oil chief Aidan Heavey said: "This ruling ignores a contractual term
signed by a Government Minister in Uganda.
If either the employer or the employee does not fulfil a contractual term
, s/he will be in breach of contract.
The Verbraucherzentrale Nordrhein-Westfalen (consumer association for North Rhine-Westphalia) has challenged before the German courts a standard contractual term
by which RWE, a German undertaking supplying natural gas, reserves the right unilaterally to amend the price charged to its customers if they are on a special tariff.
It may also be that employees have developed a customary entitlement to take leave on all bank and public holidays, and that this will amount to an implied contractual term
The bank said that Salaam Al Shaksy would be its next CEO replacing Murray Simms, who is leaving following the end of his contractual term
with the bank.
This lack of liquidity, marketability, and transferability often triggers suboptimal behavior, including voluntary early exercise, involuntary early exercise, and forfeiture of options by employees departing the company--all of which translate into an effective term that is shorter than the contractual term
The cost-of-services-plus method set forth in the previously proposed regulations has, however, been modified, as have the profit-split method and the contingent-payment contractual term
Each file in Clab concerns a contractual term
whose fairness has been disputed, regardless of whether it has been declared unfair or not.
If either the employer or employee does not fulfil a contractual term
then s/he will be in breach of contract.
The Act provides that every business tenancy continues after the end of the contractual term
of the tenancy until determined in accordance with the provisions of the Act.
1951), the Service indicated that a significant initial investment in an asset with a relatively short contractual term
(absent renewals) strongly suggested an expectation of renewal.