Gac Contribution Agreement General Terms And Conditions

3.4.2.1 The income of the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (Unidroit) consists of the contribution of the Italian Government; contributions from other member governments; all other contributions, gifts or legacies adopted by the Governing Council; revenues from the Institute`s activities; and property income from the establishment. 15.1 The Ministry of Justice will review its participation in the Hague Conference on Private International Law and the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (Unidroit) as part of the overall evaluation of the JPIP every five years. The purpose of the review is to determine the relevance and benefits of Canada`s membership in international organizations to promote Canada`s current domestic and international policy principles and priorities. 7.1 Expenditures directly related to approved projects and activities are defined in the contribution agreement, with the exception of planned contributions. Eligible expenditure must be incurred by the beneficiary, proportionate and necessary for the implementation of the activities. Eligible expenses include direct and indirect costs such as: If you print, copy or download any part of our website in violation of these Terms of Use, your right to use our site is extinguished immediately and you must, at our option, return or destroy all copies of the materials you have created. 2.4 The 2007 decision of the Governing Body authorized the establishment of the planned contributions to the Hague Conference on Private International Law and to the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (Unidroit). The Department reserves the right to pay to the Organization any amount owed by Her Majesty`s Organization with an amount to be paid to the Organization. This section does not limit the right to compensation granted by law or by any provision of the agreement or other agreements between Her Majesty and the Organization. Article 9 of the Statute of the Hague Conference on Private International Law, according to which Canada is required to charge a contribution, provides that whenever the agreement provides that the recipient must obtain the agreement or understanding of the Minister, it is considered that such consent or arrangement is not inappropriately refused and that the Minister may make the granting of such consent or arrangement subject to reasonable conditions. As ITC projects progress, beneficiaries should inform programme and/or technical managers of any planned or unforeseen changes. This may include changes to project scope, equipment, location, budget and/or schedule.

Beneficiaries should inform those responsible for the programme and/or the technology as soon as possible in order to reduce the risk of project modification leading to non-compliance with the csas` conditions, which in turn may lead to the delay or even rejection of complaints. The Recipient shall maintain and retain in Canada, at its own expense, all accounts, accounts and records held by the Recipient or by representatives or contractors of the Recipient in connection with this Agreement, and shall provide the Minister or his or her representatives of the Minister with all accounts, accounts and records necessary to ensure compliance with the conditions set out in this Agreement; available for examination and examination. including reimbursement to the Minister. The Minister shall have the right to carry out, at the expense of the Minister, such additional examinations as may be necessary. . . .