A signatory puts his or her signature on a document that is also signed by others. In 1215 the English barons revolted against King John and forced him to join them as a signatory to the Magna Carta. This agreement stated the barons' own duties to the King but also assigned the barons clear rights and limited the King's power over them. Though the Magna Carta did nothing for the common people, it's often been called the first step toward democracy in the English-speaking countries.
In order to facilitate the arrival of Visa Waiver Program (VWP) passengers, carriers need to be signatory to a current agreement with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). A carrier is required to be signatory to an agreement in order to transport aliens seeking admission as nonimmigrant visitors under the VWP (Title 8, U.S.C. 1187(a)(5). The carriers listed below are currently signatory to the VWP and can transport passengers under the program. The date indicates the expiration of the current signed agreement. Agreements are valid for 7 years.
The reports on this page are based on the old Reporting Framework (2014 to 2020), reports from the new Framework (2021 onwards) are available to access in the Data Portal. Please see our Data Portal guide for more information. In the left-hand column, you can apply filters based upon AUM band, geography, signature and submission year, report type and status. To access the report, click on the signatory name. Please note, that the delisting dates fall between 2014 and 2020, specific delisting dates can be found in our annual reports.
The DGA created this database for you to determine if a particular picture was produced subject to a DGA contract or if signatory status for that picture is pending. You will also generally learn which specific DGA contract applies, allowing you to determine the nature of the residuals and reporting obligations. Please note that under Title 28 U.S.C. 4001 "Assumption of Contractual Obligations Related to Transfers of Rights in Motion Pictures" (the "Assumption Statute"), distributors and other purchasers of rights will be responsible for Guild residuals and reporting as established in the DGA's collective bargaining agreements covering pictures that are produced under a DGA contract.
Producers can now answer questions online to begin the signatory process. Upon submission of the Preliminary Information Form, you will be contacted by a SAG-AFTRA representative to complete the process. You should not commence performer travel, rehearsals (including table reads), or principal photography of any kind until you become signatory to one of the SAG-AFTRA Agreements and your project is granted clearance by a SAG-AFTRA business representative.
The accreditation bodies that are signatories to the ILAC MRA have been peer evaluated in accordance with the requirements of ISO/IEC 17011 to demonstrate their competence. The ILAC MRA Signatory Search provides a current list of all accreditation bodies that are signatories to the ILAC MRA, including their contact details, the scope of their recognition and the initial date of signing the ILAC MRA. This list of ILAC MRA signatories can be printed by clicking on the red printer button on the signatory search page. Alternatively, the PDF version of the list of ILAC MRA signatories is also available for download.
Using the signatory search and the accredited facilities directories, regulators and consumers can locate laboratories, inspection bodies, proficiency testing providers or reference material producers that are accredited for the specific calibrations, tests, inspections, provision of proficiency testing programs or production of reference material required, as well as the contact details of these facilities, thereby ensuring the service and results will be accepted under the ILAC MRA. Organisations can also host the ILAC MRA signatory search on their website by copying the code.
A Company intending to employ, option or purchase literary material must be signatory prior to entering into an agreement with a Writer. In order to obtain signatory status, a company must complete the following steps:
The only persons authorized to sign contracts on behalf of the college are those to whom signatory authority has been granted. The president automatically grants signatory authority to all vice presidents, who in turn may delegate signatory authority to others under their supervision in order to increase the efficiency of the College's operations. For more information, refer to the Contract Review and Approval Policy.
The Active Signatory Authority Delegations chart (below) lists all individuals who have been delegated signatory authority for specific types of contracts. The individuals on this list, in addition to the President, are the only individuals authorized to sign or enter into any binding agreements on behalf of the College.
If you are a vice president and would like to grant signatory authority to an employee in your area, please fill out the Signatory Authority Delegation Form (below) and submit it to the Office of the General Counsel. We encourage you to contact us for a consultation about the appropriateness of the proposed delegation before submitting the final signed form.
The Chancellor, Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance, Provost and the Contracting Officer are the only people that have signature authority for procurement contracts and agreements for UW-Green Bay as delegated by the Wisconsin Department of Administration. The Contracting Officer is authorized to delegate limited signatory authority on behalf of UW-Green Bay.University employees assigned Delegation of Signature Authority under 36.11The intent of this policy is to protect UW-Green Bay staff from unknowingly entering into a contract or agreement containing provisions that by State law cannot be honored. There are a number of agreement/contract terms and conditions which UW-Green Bay cannot legally agree to (e.g., indemnification, hold harmless, etc.). If unauthorized department staff sign a contract or agreement, they may be found to be acting outside the scope of their employment and can be held responsible for any costs or damages to UW-Green Bay that may result from the contract and any resulting action. Staff should also be aware that employees signing contracts or agreements beyond the scope of their employment are not able to contractually obligate UW-Green Bay. A contract is not enforceable against either party until authorized signatures by both parties are applied.
1. How do I become signatory to the National Maintenance Agreement? A contractor must submit the following online form to the International Union(s) of the crafts the contractor intends to employ.Additionally, contractors must obtain site extension approval from the International Union(s) by completing an online Site Extension Request Form which is submitted to the International Union(s) for each job.
4. Do subcontractors also need to be signatory to the NMA if the prime contractor is signatory? Yes. All subcontractors, regardless of tier must be signatory and have approved Site Extension Requests (SERs) when working for a contractor under the NMAs.
5. Does the Owner need to be signatory to the National Maintenance Agreement before a contractor can use the agreement atthe owner's site? No, the agreement is between the contractor and the International Union(s).
8. How much does it cost to be signatory to the National Maintenance Agreements? The cost of being signatory to the National Maintenance Agreements is $1,200 per craft per year, and includes regular membership in The Association of Union Constructors (TAUC). However, if you have ten (10) or more NMAs, and are a Governing Member of TAUC, there is an annual cap of $12,000. If you would like to know more about TAUC, or how to become a Governing Member, please visit www.tauc.org.
10. Will my company have to continue to pay the NMAPC administrative fee, even though we may not use the NMA in a particular year? Yes. All contractors that remain signatory to the NMA are obligated to pay administrative fees on an annual basis. If a contractor does not expect to use the NMA in a calendar year it is strongly recommended that the contractor terminate the NMA with the International Union(s) by submitting an online Termination Notice form indicating a desire to terminate the agreement(s).
Signatory: In accordance with 36 CFR 800.6(c)(1), a signatory has the sole authority to execute, amend, or terminate the agreement. The federal agency and the SHPO/THPO are signatories; the ACHP is a signatory as well when it has participated in consultation for the agreement and in all program PAs. Except as described below, their signature is almost always required for the agreement to go into effect. A THPO or other tribal representative is a required signatory to a Section 106 agreement only when an undertaking may occur on, or affect historic properties on, tribal lands. Once all of the signatories have signed the agreement, it is executed and goes into effect.
Federal agency: The federal agency official, as defined by 36 CFR 800.2(a), is the person who signs the agreement on behalf of the agency. A federal agency is not required to sign a Section 106 agreement for an undertaking where, pursuant to 36 CFR 800.2(a)(2), another federal agency has agreed to act as "lead agency" on its behalf. In such an instance, the lead agency signs the Section 106 agreement on behalf of the non-lead agency to fulfill their collective responsibilities for the undertaking. Where the agencies have chosen to designate one agency as lead for the purposes of Section 106 review, the ACHP strongly encourages the agencies to evidence this lead agency agreement in writing since the lead federal agency is being given the authority to potentially commit other agencies to a course of action. The existence of such lead agency agreements should be noted in the preamble of the Section 106 agreement. If the non-lead federal agency has specific duties in the MOA or PA, they should be an invited signatory to the agreement. 041b061a72