Access to Information and Documents Sample Clauses

Access to Information and Documents. Upon reasonable notice and during regular business hours, Seller will give Purchaser and Purchaser’s attorneys, accountants and other representatives full access to Seller’s personnel and all properties, documents, contracts, books and records of Seller and will furnish Purchaser with copies of such documents (certified as complete and correct by Seller’s officers if so requested) and with such information with respect to the affairs of Seller as Purchaser may from time to time request.
Access to Information and Documents. Upon reasonable notice and during regular business hours, each party will give to the other party, its attorneys, accountants and other representatives full access to its personnel (subject to reasonable approval as to the time thereof) and all properties, documents, contracts, books and records and will furnish copies of such documents (certified by officers, if so requested) and with such information with respect to its business, operations, affairs and prospects (financial and otherwise) as the other party may from time to time request, and the party to whom the information is provided will not improperly disclose the same prior to the Closing. Each party will afford the other party an opportunity to ask questions and receive answers thereto in furtherance of it’s duly diligence examination. Any such furnishing of such information or any investigation shall not affect that party’s right to rely on the other party’s representations and warranties made in this Agreement or in connection herewith or pursuant hereto, except to the extent that written disclosure of information at a variance or in conflict with any such representation or warranty is made and provides specific notice of such variance or conflict.
Access to Information and Documents. Upon Purchaser's request, Seller shall give Purchaser access to Seller's personnel and all its properties, documents and records and shall furnish copies of documents requested by Purchaser. Purchaser shall not improperly disclose the same prior to the Closing.
Access to Information and Documents. Each of the Greenbrook Companies has provided to the Seller and its counsel, accountants and other Representatives all such access to the properties, documents, contracts, personnel files and other records of the Greenbrook Companies and its businesses as has been requested by Seller Parties, and has furnished them with copies of such documents and with such information with respect to the affairs of the Greenbrook Companies as they may have from time to time reasonably requested in writing.
Access to Information and Documents. From and after the date of this Agreement and until the Closing, the Issuers shall give the Purchaser and its authorized representatives and agents full and complete access during normal business hours and upon one (1) Business Day's prior notice to the properties, documents, books and records of the Company Parties and the Subsidiaries, and shall furnish the Purchaser with such information concerning the Company Parties and the Subsidiaries as the Purchaser may request.
Access to Information and Documents. Subject to any applicable antitrust restrictions, from the date hereof until the Closing Noble shall give, and shall cause Noble’s Affiliates to give, Arcelor and its agents and representatives (including auditors, lawyers, financial and business advisors and environmental consultants) reasonable access during normal working hours to any and all of the properties, assets, books, records and other documents and employees of Noble in order to enable Arcelor to make such examination of the business, properties, assets, books, records and other documents of Noble, Noble’s Affiliates and their business and to conduct such other due diligence investigation of Noble’s business (including, subject to Noble’s consent, environmental audits, investigation and site assessments) as Arcelor may reasonably deem necessary or desirable. Subject to any applicable antitrust restrictions, Noble shall, and shall cause Noble’s Affiliates to, make full disclosure to Arcelor and its agents and representatives upon inquiry as to all aspects of their businesses and related Liabilities, including the conduct of business operations (past, present and future), condition (financial and otherwise), related Liabilities and prospects. To the extent that a confidentiality agreement with a third party would prohibit such disclosure, Noble will so advise Arcelor and will, upon Arcelor’s request, work with the third party to have Arcelor added to the confidentiality arrangement upon terms acceptable to Noble, Arcelor and the third party. As part of such examination, following reasonable notice to Noble and with Noble’s prior written consent (not to be unreasonably withheld) Arcelor may make such inquiries of such Persons having business relationships with Noble, Noble’s Affiliates and Noble’s business (including suppliers, licensees and customers) as Arcelor shall deem necessary or desirable. Arcelor acknowledges and agrees that, as a result of its due diligence investigation of Noble, it may receive material nonpublic information about Noble and that US securities laws impose restrictions on trading in securities while in possession of such information. Accordingly, Arcelor agrees that, prior to the Closing, it will not purchase or sell Noble securities from or to any Person.
Access to Information and Documents. (a) Purchaser will provide the Shareholders, from the date of this Plan of Reorganization until the consummation hereof, full access during normal business hours to all properties, books, accounts, contracts, commitments and records of Purchaser. Sufficient access shall be allowed to provide the Shareholders with full opportunity to make any investigation they desire to make of Purchaser and to keep themselves fully informed of the affairs of Purchaser.
Access to Information and Documents. 7.1. Access to Information. Between the date hereof and the Closing Date, the Company will, and will cause each Group Entity (other than an Unaffiliated Entity) and their respective officers, stockholders, employees, accountants, counsel, financial advisors and other representatives (collectively, the "Company Parties") to provide Parent and its Affiliates, officers, employees, stockholders, subsidiaries, counsel, accountants, financing sources, financial advisors and other representatives (collectively, the "Parent Representatives") full access, at reasonable times, to all the properties, documents, contracts, personnel files and other records of the Company Parties and shall furnish the Parent Representatives with access to the employees of such Company Parties and copies of such documents and with such information with respect to the affairs of such Company Parties as the Parent Representatives may from time to time reasonably request. Each Company Party will disclose and make available to the Parent Representatives all books, contracts, accounts, personnel records, letters of intent, papers, records, communications with Governmental Authorities and other documents relating to the business and operations of such Company Party. All information disclosed by any Company Party shall be deemed to be "Confidential Information" under the terms of the Confidentiality Agreement dated March 28, 1997, between the Company and Parent (the "Confidentiality Agreement"). No investigation pursuant to this Section 7.1 shall affect any representations or warranties of the parties herein or the conditions to the obligations of the parties hereto.
Access to Information and Documents. (a) The Shareholders shall, and shall cause Acquired Corporation to, afford the officers and representatives of Purchaser, from the date of this Plan of Reorganization until consummation hereof, full access during normal business hours to all properties, books, accounts, contracts, commitments and any other records of any kind of Acquired Corporation. Sufficient access shall be allowed to provide Purchaser with full opportunity to make any investigation it desires to make of Acquired Corporation and to keep itself fully informed of the affairs of Acquired Corporation.
Access to Information and Documents. (a) From the date hereof to the Effective Time of the Merger, the Company shall give to, or cause to be made available for, ET and ET shall give to, or cause to be made available for, the Company and their respective counsel, accountants and other representatives full access during normal business hours to all properties, documents, contracts, employees and records of the Company or ET and furnish the other party with copies of such documents and with such information as such party from time to time reasonably may request; provided, however, that nothing herein shall be deemed to obligate the Company or ET to provide the other party access to information or operations the access to which is restricted for statutory or other governmental security purposes. The Company will make available to ET for examination correct and complete copies of all Federal, state, local and foreign tax returns filed by the Company, together with all available revenue agents' reports, all other reports, notices and correspondence concerning tax audits or examinations and analyses of all provisions for reserves or accruals of taxes including deferred taxes.