Contribution Agreement Linguee

6. prosince 2020 | Vít Zemčík | Nezařazené | Sdílet na Facebooku

„Ultimate Recipient“ – the person or organization that has signed a sub-convention and receives a portion of the contribution to carry out a sub-project under the agreement. „sub-convention“ – the agreement signed between the organization and a final beneficiary or local partner. „In-child contribution“ (contribution in kind) refers to a contribution of material, goods, services or time that can be attributed to a dollar value, which would otherwise be purchased and paid for by the organization to obtain the results of the project. These costs must be eligible under the agreement and must be accounted for at a fair value agreed by the Department. „Support documentation“ (support documents) – is not limited to: original cheques, invoices, bank statements, receipts, contracts, leases and tables of working time or other data proving the actual cost of the organization. The term also includes cancelled cheques, bank projects and other forms of data in support of payments. „eligible costs“ -the costs incurred and paid adequately and regularly by the organization, end beneficiaries and local partners, or in-kind contributions that were made in connection with the activities listed in the project description – Appendix A, as indicated in the project budget – Appendix C and in accordance with the principles set out in Article 1 of the Financial Conditions – Appendix B. The Department reserves the right to apply to the Organization any sum owed by Her Majesty`s Organization. This section does not limit the right of delay granted by the Act, a provision of the Agreement or other agreements between Her Majesty and the Organization. „Canadian Volunteer Canadians“ – a Canadian citizen, a landed immigrant or a permanent residence in Canada, who meets the criteria for volunteers set out in Schedule II of the Contribution Compensation Policy with Canadian organizations under the International Development Assistance Program. Canadian staff working on the project in a recipient country register with the Canadian Embassy or the High Commission of that country.

The organization will keep the Canadian Embassy or High Commission informed of the project, including the involvement of local partners. If assistance is required, the organization will notify the Canadian Embassy or High Commission in advance of planned visits to the recipient country for the project. Unless otherwise stated in the agreement, the following terms have the following meanings: both during the agreement and at the expiry or expiry of the agreement, the organization is bound free of all claims, losses, losses, expenses and expenses or any other procedure addressed to it and that it is kept free of any claim. to compensate in one way or another for losses, damages, costs and expenses or any other counter-procedure. resulting from injury, death, damage or loss of property as a result of the project, unless the injury, death, injury or loss was caused by the negligence of Her Majesty, her co-workers or her enforcement assistants.

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