reopener

reopener

(riːˈəʊpənə)
n
a clause written into a contract between organized employees (esp in a trade union) and an employer allowing for a given issue to be revisited at a subsequent date prior to the expiration of the contract
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On February 11, 2019, we agreed with Poscan, pursuant to a reopener in the Greenhills joint venture agreement, to increase the royalty paid by Poscan in respect of its 20% share of Greenhills' coal production.
(BCOA) has reached an agreement with the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) on the wage reopener in the 2016 Labor Agreement.
* On February 11, 2019, we agreed with Posco Canada Limited (Poscan), pursuant to a reopener in the Greenhills joint venture agreement, to substantially increase the royalty paid by Poscan in respect of its 20% share of Greenhills coal production.
The 8.9% fall in Eurostar paths in 2017/18 compared with control period 2 expectations, which followed the introduction of bigger trains, triggered the 4% reopener and new higher OMRC rates have been calculated and applied since April 1, 2018.
And the district wants a contract reopener for the second year, which would be activated if the amount of general state aid given to the district or evidence-based funding is changed.
Brotherhood of Teamsters has reported flight attendants at Sun Country Airlines ratified a mid-contract wage reopener by a ratio of four to one, the union said.
(323) Indeed, courts have disagreed even over the effect of generic reopener clauses, with some ruling such clauses "in and of themselves are not sufficient to constitute any discretionary agency 'involvement or control,"' (324) others ruling that they represent retained discretion by "specifically contemplating] discretion to amend," (325) and others ruling that a reopener clause could confer retained discretion but if the agency opts not to include one, it has severed ties with its discretion.
The original 1991 Exxon Valdez civil settlement contained a 'reopener window' during which the governments could make a claim for up to an additional $100 million for expenses related to the restoration of resources damaged by the spill.
The Corps has another way of providing at least some tailoring for general permits: general conditions that limit the applicability of general permits and reopener provisions.
Qatar has sought a LNG supply contract for a period of 15 years extendable for to five years with no price reopener. Qatar wants a penalty of $200 million for termination of the agreement at any stage.
Article 31 of the CBA provided for a limited "reopener" on changes to cash compensation for FY 12, the second year of the CBA.
The governments reserved certain rights in that settlement through reopener provisions, which were exercised to bring about this current settlement.