Access to Information and Records Sample Clauses

Access to Information and Records. The Sellers agree that during the period after the date hereof and prior to the Closing, Purchaser, its counsel, accountants and other representatives shall be provided (i) reasonable access during normal business hours to all of the properties, books, records, contracts and documents of the Company for the purpose of such inspection, investigation and testing as Purchaser deems appropriate (and Sellers shall furnish or cause to be furnished to Purchaser and its representatives all information with respect to the business and affairs of the Company as Purchaser may reasonably request); (ii) reasonable access to employees and agents of the Company for such meetings and communications as Purchaser reasonably desires; and (iii) with the prior consent of the Company in each instance (which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld), access to vendors, customers, and others having business dealings with the Company.
Access to Information and Records. At all times prior to the Closing Date, the Seller shall give Buyer, its counsel, accountants and other representatives (i) access during normal business hours to all of the properties, books, records, contracts and documents of the Seller for the purpose of such inspection, investigation and testing as Buyer deems appropriate (and the Seller shall furnish or cause to be furnished to Buyer and its representatives all information with respect to the business and affairs of the Seller as Buyer may request); (ii) access to employees, agents and representatives for the purposes of such meetings and communications as Buyer reasonably desires; and (iii) access to creditors, vendors, customers, manufacturers of its machinery and equipment, and others having business dealings with the Seller, SFC, Forrest Smith or Kimberly Smith, it being the intent of the parties that Buyer shall have the right to discuss such matters as Outback determines appropriate for the purpose of facilitating the completion of the transactions contemplated herein, including the termination of the Franchise Agreements, the Settlement Agreement and the Asset Purchase Agreement, and the terms of the transactions provided for therein, with all creditors of Seller, SFC, Forrest Smith or Kimberly Smith .
Access to Information and Records. After the Closing, each party will afford the other party, its counsel, accountants and other representatives, during normal business hours, reasonable access to the books, records and other data in such party’s possession relating directly or indirectly to the properties, liabilities or operations of the Business, with respect to periods prior to the Closing, and the right to make copies and extracts therefrom, to the extent that such access may be reasonably required by the requesting party for any proper business purpose. Each party agrees for a period extending six years after the Closing not to destroy or otherwise dispose of any such records without first offering in writing to surrender such records to the other party, which party shall have ten (10) days after such offer to agree in writing to take possession thereof.
Access to Information and Records. Provider agrees that (a) Company (including Company’s authorized designee) and Government Sponsors shall have access to all data and information obtained, created or collected by Provider related to Members and necessary for payment of claims, including without limitation Confidential Information (“Information”); (b) Company (including Company’s authorized designee), Government Sponsors and Federal, state, and local governmental authorities and their agents having jurisdiction, upon request, shall have access to all books, records and other papers (including, but not limited to, contracts and financial records) and information relating to this Agreement and to those services rendered by Provider to Members (“Records”); (c) Company or its agents or designees shall have access to records for the purpose of audits, assessing quality and performing utilization management functions; (d) applicable Federal and state authorities and their agents shall have access to records for assessing the quality of services or investigating Member grievances or complaints. Provider agrees to supply copies of Information and Records within fourteen (14) days of the receipt of a request, where practicable, and in no event later than the date required by Government Sponsor directives and any applicable law or regulatory authority. This Section 5.3.2 shall survive the termination of this Agreement, regardless of the cause of termination.
Access to Information and Records. Subject to the procedures set forth below, at and prior to the Closing Date, Buyer and its financing sources shall be entitled, through their respective representatives and agents, to make such investigation of the Business of the Company and such examination of the books, records, Tax Returns, financial condition and operations of the Company as Buyer or its financing sources may reasonably request. Any such investigation and examination shall be conducted at reasonable times and under reasonable circumstances and the Seller shall cooperate fully therein, including cooperating (i) with the Buyer's accountants, consultants, agents and attorneys and (ii) with respect to all communications with the Company's customers, suppliers and employees with the Seller's prior consent by any one of Seller's Senior Management. Until the Closing and if the Closing shall not occur, thereafter, Buyer and its Affiliates and financing sources shall keep confidential and
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Access to Information and Records. Provider acknowledges and understands that state authorities, such as DHH, the State Auditor's Office and the Louisiana Attorney General's Office, shall have the right to evaluate, through audit, inspection or other means, whether announced or unannounced, any records pertinent to the State Contract and this Agreement, including documents related to the quality, appropriateness and timeliness of services and the timeliness and accuracy of encounter data and Claims submitted to Company. Such evaluation, when performed, shall be performed with the cooperation of Provider. Upon request, Provider shall assist in such review.