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COMPLIANCE WITH HEALTH & SAFETY CODE § 25249.7(f) Johnson and his attorneys agree to comply with the reporting form requirements referenced in California Health and Safety Code section 25249.7(f).
Compliance with Sanctions None of the Servicer, any Person directly or indirectly Controlling the Servicer nor any Person directly or indirectly Controlled by the Servicer and, to the Servicer’s knowledge, no Related Party of the foregoing will, directly or indirectly, use the proceeds of any Advance hereunder, or lend, contribute, or otherwise make available such proceeds to any subsidiary, joint venture partner, or other Person (i) to fund any activities or business of or with a Sanctioned Person, or (ii) in any manner that would be prohibited by Sanctions or would otherwise cause any Lender to be in breach of any Sanctions. Each Person shall comply with all applicable Sanctions in all material respects, and shall maintain policies and procedures reasonably designed to ensure compliance with Sanctions. Each Person will notify each Lender and the Administrative Agent in writing not more than one (1) Business Day after becoming aware of any breach of this section.
Credit Reporting; Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (a) With respect to each Mortgage Loan, the Servicer agrees to fully furnish, in accordance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act and its implementing regulations, accurate and complete information (e.g., favorable and unfavorable) on the primary borrower of such Mortgage Loan to Equifax, Experian and TransUnion Credit Information Company (three of the credit repositories) on a monthly basis.
HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT 14.1 The Supplier Personnel must in all respects be or be deemed to be under the control and direction of the Supplier, and the Supplier will be responsible for complying (and ensuring that all Supplier Personnel comply) at all times with the provisions of all Company Procedures and all applicable health, safety, welfare and environmental legislation, including, without limitation, the Beach Energy Code of Conduct, which is available at the Company’s website https://www.beachenergy.com.au/for-suppliers/.
Call Protection In the event that prior to the first anniversary of the Third Amendment Effective Date, the Borrower makes any prepayment of all or part of the Existing Term B Dollar Loans in connection with any replacement or refinancing of the Existing Term B Dollar Loans with or from the proceeds of a new term loan having an “Applicable Eurocurrency Margin” (or other equivalent term) that, at any time prior to the first anniversary of the Third Amendment Effective Date is, or could upon satisfaction of certain conditions be, less than the Applicable Eurocurrency Margin for the Existing Term B Dollar Loans, the Borrower shall pay a prepayment fee to Administrative Agent for the benefit of the Existing Term B Dollar Lenders equal to 1.0% of the principal amount of the Existing Term B Dollar Loans so refinanced, provided that the foregoing prepayment fee shall not be applicable if such prepayment is made in connection with the termination of all of the Revolving Commitments and a repayment of all of the Loans hereunder. Solely for purposes of this Section 4.5(c), any amendment, restatement or other modification to this Agreement prior to the first anniversary of the Third Amendment Effective Date that reduces the Applicable Eurocurrency Margin applicable to the Existing Term B Dollar Loans shall be treated as if the Existing Term B Dollar Loans were refinanced in full.
No Sanctions The Servicer is not a Sanctioned Person. To the Servicer’s knowledge, no Obligor was a Sanctioned Person at the time of origination of any Pool Receivable owing by such Obligor. The Servicer and its Affiliates: (i) have less than 15% of their assets in Sanctioned Countries; and (ii) derive less than 15% of their operating income from investments in, or transactions with Sanctioned Persons or Sanctioned Countries. Neither the Servicer nor any of its Subsidiaries engages in activities related to Sanctioned Countries except for such activities as are (A) specifically or generally licensed by OFAC, or (B) otherwise in compliance with OFAC’s sanctions regulations.
Cooperation on Forestry Matters and Environmental Protection 1. The aims of cooperation on forestry matters and environmental protection will be, but not limited to, as follows: (a) establishing bilateral cooperation relations in the forestry sector; (b) developing a training program and studies for sustainable management of forests; (c) improving the rehabilitation and sustainable management of forest with the aim of increasing carbon sinks and reduce the impact of climate change in the Asia-Pacific region; (d) cooperating on the execution of national projects, aimed at: improving the management of forest plantations for its transformation for industrial purposes and environmental protection; (e) elaborating studies on sustainable use of timber; (f) developing new technologies for the transformation and processing of timber and non-timber species; and (g) improving cooperation in agro-forestry technologies. 2. To achieve the objectives of the Article 149 (Objectives), the Parties may focus, as a means of cooperation and negotiations on concluding a bilateral agreement on forestry cooperation between the two Parties. Such collaboration will be as follows: (a) exchanges on science and technology as well as policies and laws relating the sustainable use of forest resources; (b) cooperation in training programs, internships, exchange of experts and projects advisory; (c) advice and technical assistance to public institutions and organizations of the Parties on sustainable use of forest resources and environmental protection; (d) facilitating forest policy dialogue and technical cooperation under the Network of Sustainable Forest Management and Forest Rehabilitation in Asia- Pacific Region, initiated at the 15th Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Meeting; (e) encouraging joint studies, working visits, exchange of experiences, among others; and (f) others activities mutually agreed.
Wall Street Transparency and Accountability Act In connection with Section 739 of the Wall Street Transparency and Accountability Act of 2010 (“WSTAA”), the parties hereby agree that neither the enactment of WSTAA or any regulation under the WSTAA, nor any requirement under WSTAA or an amendment made by WSTAA, shall limit or otherwise impair either party’s otherwise applicable rights to terminate, renegotiate, modify, amend or supplement this Confirmation or the Agreement, as applicable, arising from a termination event, force majeure, illegality, increased costs, regulatory change or similar event under this Confirmation, the Equity Definitions incorporated herein, or the Agreement (including, but not limited to, rights arising from Change in Law, Hedging Disruption, Increased Cost of Hedging, an Excess Ownership Position, or Illegality (as defined in the Agreement)).
CRIMINAL PROVISIONS AND SANCTIONS The Contractor agrees to perform the Agreement in conformance with safeguards against fraud and abuse as set forth by the H-GAC, the State of Texas, and the acts and regulations of any related state or federal agency. The Contractor agrees to promptly notify H-GAC of any actual or suspected fraud, abuse, or other criminal activity through the filing of a written report within twenty-four (24) hours of knowledge thereof. Contractor shall notify H-GAC of any accident or incident requiring medical attention arising from its activities under this Agreement within twenty-four (24) hours of such occurrence. Theft or willful damage to property on loan to the Contractor from H-GAC, if any, shall be reported to local law enforcement agencies and H-GAC within two (2) hours of discovery of any such act. The Contractor further agrees to cooperate fully with H-GAC, local law enforcement agencies, the State of Texas, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and any other duly authorized investigative unit, in carrying out a full investigation of all such incidents. The Contractor shall notify H-GAC of the threat of lawsuit or of any actual suit filed against the Contractor pertaining to this Agreement or which would adversely affect the Contractor’s ability to perform services under this Agreement.
Transparency and Freedom of Information 15.1 The Contractor acknowledges that the Authority is subject to the requirements of FOISA and the Environmental Information Regulations. The Contractor shall: