Effects Sample Clauses

Effects. The coordinator must — within 60 days from when termination takes effectsubmit:
Effects. If the Agency reduces the grant at the time of the payment of the balance, it will calculate the reduced grant amount for the action and then determine the amount due as payment of the balance (see Articles 5.3.4 and 21.4).
Effects. If the Agency rejects costs at the time of an interim payment or the payment of the balance, it will deduct them from the total eligible costs declared, for the action, in the periodic or final summary financial statement (see Articles 20.3 and 20.4). It will then calculate the interim payment or payment of the balance as set out in Articles 21.3 or 21.4.
Effects. (a) for termination of the Agreement: The coordinator must — within 60 days from when termination takes effectsubmit:
Effects. The coordinator must — within 60 days from when termination takes effectsubmit the final report (see Article 15.4). If the Commission does not receive the report(s) within the deadline (see above), no costs will be taken into account. The Commission will calculate the final grant amount (see Article 5.3) and the balance (see Article 16.4) on the basis of the report(s) submitted. Only costs incurred until termination are eligible (see Article 6). Costs relating to contracts due for execution only after termination are not eligible. Improper termination may lead to a reduction of the grant (see Article 27). After termination, the beneficiariesobligations (in particular, Articles 15, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 24, 26, 27 and 28) continue to apply.
Effects. If the JU reduces the grant after termination of the participation of a beneficiary, it will calculate the reduced grant amount for that beneficiary and then determine the amount due to that beneficiary (see Article 50.2 and 50.3).
Effects. The Merger shall have the effects set forth in Section 259 of the DGCL.
Effects. The beneficiary must — within 60 days from when termination takes effectsubmit:
Effects. (a) for GA termination: The coordinator must — within 60 days from when termination takes effect — submit a periodic report (for the last open reporting period until termination). The granting authority will calculate the final grant amount and final payment on the basis of the report submitted and taking into account the costs incurred and contributions for activities implemented before termination takes effect (see Article 22). Costs relating to contracts due for execution only after termination are not eligible. If the grant is terminated for breach of the obligation to submit reports, the coordinator may not submit any report after termination. If the granting authority does not receive the report within the deadline, only costs and contributions which are included in an approved periodic report will be taken into account (no costs/contributions if no periodic report was ever approved). Termination does not affect the granting authority’s right to reduce the grant (see Article 28) or to impose administrative sanctions (see Article 34). The beneficiaries may not claim damages due to termination by the granting authority (see Article 33). After termination, the beneficiaries’ obligations (in particular Articles 13 (confidentiality and security), 16 (IPR), 17 (communication, dissemination and visibility), 21 (reporting), 25 (checks, reviews, audits and investigations), 26 (impact evaluation), 27 (rejections), 28 (grant reduction) and 42 (assignment of claims)) continue to apply.
Effects. If the granting authority reduces the grant, it will deduct the reduction and then calculate the amount due (and, if needed, make a recovery; see Article 22).