9 Cross-referencing Conventions The Canadian Best Practice Position in the APPENDIX Contains provisions relating to the position of the fellow`s institution with respect to the position of the donor institution. CONDITIONS Specifies the conditions applicable to a given intersection. ANSWER TO STANDARD Troubleshooting problems with the cross standard agreement Schedule A 17 Crossing Agreements Canadian Best Practice The absence of legal requirements Difficulties in encouraging the parties to submit drawings (little time or incentive to sign) In the event of a problem, however, both parties are in difficulty, the crossing agreement is recognized. Unsigned agreement remains valuable as Engineering Assessment Extremely valuable as a tool for damage prevention, but also for the safety of staff requirements crossing agreement challenges are examined during implementation in the United States 6 Cross-Agreements Canadian Best Practice Crossing Agreement Section 1 – MASTER AGREEMENT Contains:  Agreement  Schedule B (site plan and profile)  Schedule C (Special conditions) This document soil the use of a mast er crossing agreement specific to the company. PART 2 – GENERAL CONDITIONS The agreement provides for the conditions of the crossing. 14 Canada Best Practice Crossing Agreement 1 Party requests to cross the buried facility (by a single call or by direct request to the facility owner) 2 The facility owner will locate and mark the refueling company within 48 to 72 hours 3 When the ground malfunction takes precedence, the crossing process triggers 10 cross-breeding agreements Canadian Best Practices CONTINUE THE WORK The work on the first crossing by one of the parties in the border area is approved and the provisions of the original agreement apply. The installation of a facility that is not listed in Appendix “B” requires a separate agreement for the crossing of the facility. Emergency operations in the border area require oral notification and must be made by written notification. Crossing Agreement Schedule A 7 Crossing Agreements Canadian Best Practice FEATURES OF THE AGREEMENT ARE:  Accord – Facility Crossing Agreement  Schedule A – Mutually Agreed to Terms and Conditions (CAPP Letters  Schedule B – Location Plan and Profile (Company letterhead)  Schedule C – Specific Conditions (Company letterhead) MASTER CROSSING AGREEMENT  Develop two Agreements, one, to be executed by the licensor and the other by the fellow; full page 1 of Schedule A;  Make available Ition of each part a copy of the Master Crossing Agreement and Schedule A.  Exchange schedules B and C only if certain crossing permissions are required between the two parties. Crossing Agreement Sections 4 Crossing Agreements Canada Best Practices Crossing Agreements Date from the 1970s An Initiative in Alberta Requires “Written Permission” to Cross Different Buried Services Based on Different Laws Crossing Agreements CARLIN LAW GROUP, APC Reasons for Overtime and/or Compensation A.Express Modifications B.Constructive Amendments C.Divergent Location Conditions D.Express A If There Is No Work Vail. CAMET Tasks and Responsibilities Presented by the NC Department of Crime Control & Public Safety Division of Emergency Management and the NC Department. Conclusion of an agreement: The process of forming the contract C.

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