The initial agreement signed between two parties proposing to enter into swap agreements, which defines all criteria for future transactions such as references for fixing rates, status of counterparties, and so forth.
a legally binding agreement and the rights and obligations arising herefrom run only among the LEA, the Participating School Districts and PLTW, Inc
a licensing agreement or 'blanket deal' covering the exhibition of features in a number of theatres, usually comprising a circuit
a negotiated agreement between an applicant and BLM covering cost recovery fees for multiple BLM grant approvals within a defined geographic area
The master contract between Monash University and Macquarie Bank setting out the terms under which the university will lease equipment from Macquarie. This serves as a single legal document covering all leases and obviates the need for each Cost Centre to arrange their own agreements.
The negotiated contract between orchestra musicians and orchestra management concerning wages, hours of work and all other terms and conditions of employment in a bargaining unit, including mandatory provisions for grievance and arbitration machinery. Typically, these agreements are negotiated once every two to five years.
Under both the Select Agreement and Enterprise Agreement, the Master Agreement sets the terms and conditions of the agreement. Multiple Enrollments may be signed by affiliates underneath the umbrella of the Master agreement.
A framework agreement which once negotiated between two parties, can cover one or more transactions, of the same or different types.
the model master power purchase and sale agreement is an attempt to standardise the core terms and conditions needed to establish trading relationships in the US power markets by providing standard documentation for all trading agreements. The master agreement was developed by Washington, DC-based Edison Electric Institute (EEI), an association of US electricity companies, and implemented in spring 2000.
An Agreement which permits a customer to sign (without negotiating a new agreement) multiple equipment schedules over a period of time. Each new schedule is governed by the same terms and conditions, until the line of credit is fully used up or the facility expires.