depends on the contract. if they do "Have to" supply the company then the damages awarded by a judge would be great. read the contract though, it may not spell this out. if they "Don't have to" supply the company, then, the owner operator of the pacemaker company shouldn't have left him\herself do dependant on one individual component supplier. they should have left themselves an option. It wouldn't be illegal as in 'call the cops and throw him in jail', but they could be held liable for damages in civil court IF they are in violation of a legally binding contract. Here's the flipside of this question: WHY is the transistor company considering cutting off the supply to the pacemaker company? I can think of two reasons--that the transistor company for some reason no longer has anything to sell to the pacemaker company, or the pacemaker company for some reason gave the transistor company grounds to drop them. The first scenario: The transistor company quit making the part number the pacemaker company buys. In this case, most vendors will assist their customers in transitioning to a different part. If the pacemaker company for whatever reason refuses to change, the transistor company can cite that as a reason to drop the customer. The second scenario: The pacemaker company quit paying invoices. I have seen a lot of contracts; I have never seen one that doesn't state payment terms in clear language.
It depends on whether it is worded into the contract with the insurance company supplying the indemnification bond.
"Contract Staffing" as the name suggests is way of recruiting required manpower on contract. This contract could take place between one company and one individual or between two companies (client company and staffing company).
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30. -35. hr rate if not supplying state license for company contractors license. 37.-40. hr rate if supplying state license for company contractors license.
Terminus oil and gas company is the large company that supplying in oil and gas greece country.
A company will supply a service if you sign a contract with them. If you do not agree then do not sign. If you do sign, you are required to fulfill the terms of the contract.
At the utility company supplying power and water to your home.
If both you and the company signed a contract for you to work on certain days and the company does not honor the terms of that contract, they have broken the contract and are potentially liable for all backpay for days not worked. However, you would need a good labor lawyer to work through the contract and verify the company actually broke the contract - there are usually exceptions and exclusions in the subclauses of the contract that can allow a company to not schedule work on some contracted days for a variety of reasons. You could also contact the Department of Labor to see what your options are regarding pay and the contract.
No , if an employee has committed fraud and signed a contract under the company knowingly unauthorized then the company may not held liable.
It means that the person from whom you bought the property is personally supplying the mortgage financing themselves. (i.e.: they are supplying the financing and not some mortgage company or bank.)
By supplying the company with the material needed to manufacture the container.
You should apply directly to the supplying company and or your bank
Yes, if company A has a contract in writing that specifies this, and company B has read and signed said contract.
Yes. If a company forges your name and signature on a contract and you can prove it, you have a right to pursue legal action.
Not if it infringes with your old contract.
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Ring up your phone company and get them to exterminate the contract.
A contract term means that the employee has signed an employment contract with a company that is legally binding. At will employment means there is no contract.
Airset is a company that helps in supplying hospitals with surgical assistants. This company is also one of the top employers for recent graduates from physician's assistant school.
Easy, you go to company and sue it.
Aero Inventory seems to be a company in the business of supplying Aerospace parts based on the future of defense contracts. Aerospace parts can be ordered from this company.
BBB ratings would apply to the company or corporation supplying the job IF that company has optioned to become a BBB member.
Directors of a company are usually paid based on the contract that they signed with the company.
Yes, the company only changed name. that does not mean that the company dropped everything along with it. The company cannot say that they don't want you any more they have to somehow break the contract and unless they actually dropped everything including the company name then you or anyone else have nothing to worry about.