Access to Accounting Records Sample Clauses

Access to Accounting Records. All books and records of the Company shall be maintained at any office of the Company or at the Company’s principal place of business, and the Member, and its duly authorized representative, shall have access to them at such office of the Company and the right to inspect and copy them at reasonable times.
Access to Accounting Records. All books and records of the Company shall be maintained at any office of the Company or at the Company’s principal place of business, and each Member, and his, her, or its duly authorized representative, may inspect and copy such books and records upon reasonable notice and request, during normal business hours.
Access to Accounting Records. Any Limited Partner shall have reasonable access to the accounting records of the Partnership during regular business hours of the Partnership.
Access to Accounting Records. All accounting books and records of the Company and its Subsidiaries, including files, tax returns and information, shall be maintained at an office of the Company or at the Records Office. Each Member, and its duly authorized representative, agent or attorney, upon written demand providing at least five days notice, shall have access to such books and records and the right to inspect, examine and copy them (at such Member's expense) at reasonable times during normal business hours. The rights authorized by this Section 10.2 may be denied to a Member upon such Member's refusal to provide to the Company an affidavit stating that such inspection, extracts or audit is not desired for any purpose not related to the Member's interest in the Company as a Member.
Access to Accounting Records. At any time prior to Closing or for four (4) years following Closing, should Buyer require an audited operating statement with respect to the Properties, pursuant to any regulation including any securities act disclosure requirements, for a period during which the Properties were owned by Seller, Seller shall provide access to the records of Seller relevant to preparation of such an operating statement during such period. Such access shall be provided by Seller to an independent auditing firm selected by Buyer subject to the entering by the auditing firm of a confidentiality agreement reasonably required by Seller. Seller shall not be required to provide direct access to Seller’s records to Buyer or any employees, consultants or other representatives of Buyer. If the independent auditors require the assistance of Seller’s personnel to find, collect or interpret the necessary information from Seller’s records, Seller shall cause such assistance to be provided and Buyer shall pay reasonable hourly costs to Seller as compensation for the time devoted by such personnel.
Access to Accounting Records. All books and records of the Company shall be maintained at the Company's principal place of business or at such other location as may be designated by the Board, and each Member, and the Member's duly authorized representative, shall have access to them at such location and the right to inspect and copy them at reasonable times for any purpose reasonably related to his interest in the Company. All confidential financial and business information in such books and records shall be kept confidential by the Members and their authorized representatives, shall not be disclosed to any other Person and shall be used solely for the purpose of managing the Member’s investment in the Company.
Access to Accounting Records. 18 9.3 Annual Tax Information..................................... 18 9.4