Consideration Sample Clauses

Consideration. In consideration of the foregoing, and of the promises and facts set forth herein, the Parties desire to settle and resolve all assertions, claims, disputes, and obligations relating to the above-listed alleged violations and CARB’s investigation, including the two dropped claims, and voluntarily agree to resolve this matter by means of this Settlement Agreement. In order to resolve the violations described herein, Detroit Diesel Corporation has taken, or agrees to take, the actions enumerated below in the Terms and Conditions section. Further, CARB accepts this Settlement Agreement in termination and full settlement of the allegations herein.
Consideration. The grant of the Restricted Stock Units is made in consideration of the services to be rendered by the Grantee to the Company.
Consideration. The mutual promise by Company and Executive to arbitrate any and all disputes between them rather than litigate them before the courts or other bodies, provides the consideration for this agreement to arbitrate.
Consideration. All services provided by the Contractor under this contract shall be performed to the State’s satisfaction, as determined at the sole discretion of the State and in accordance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, rules, and regulations. The Contractor shall not receive payment for work found by the State to be unsatisfactory or performed in violation of federal, state, or local law. The State will pay for all services satisfactorily performed by the Contractor, under fully executed Work Authorizations issued under this Professional and Technical Services Master Contract, according to the applicable fee schedule(s), attached and incorporated herein as Attachment B – Fee-for-Service Rate Schedule and, if applicable, Performance Based Agreement (PBA) for Placement and Retention Services as referenced at: http://mn.gov/deed/job-seekers/disabilities/partners/. The total compensation of all Work Authorizations may not exceed $40,000.