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means the date on which this Agreement is signed by both Parties;
means any breach of the obligations of the relevant party (including[ but, not limited to, ]abandonment of this Agreement in breach of its terms, repudiatory breach or breach of a fundamental term) or any other default, act, omission, negligence or statement:
in the case of the Authority, of its employees, servants, agents; or
in the case of the Supplier, of its Sub-contractors or any Supplier's Personnel, in connection with or in relation to this Agreement;
to directly or indirectly offer, promise or give to any person working for or engaged by the Authority a financial or other advantage to:
induce that person to perform improperly a relevant function or activity; or
reward that person for improper performance of a relevant function or activity;
to directly or indirectly request, agree to receive or accept any financial or other advantage as an inducement or a reward for improper performance of a relevant function or activity in connection with the Services and/or this Agreement;
under the Bribery Act 2010 (or any legislation repealed or revoked by
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