Access to Records. The Bank shall allow the Customer’s independent public accountants, officers and advisers reasonable access to the records of the Bank relating to the Assets as is required in connection with their examination of books and records pertaining to the Customer’s affairs. Subject to restrictions under applicable law, the Bank shall also obtain an undertaking to permit the Customer’s independent public accountants reasonable access to the records of any Subcustodian which has physical possession of any Assets as may be required in connection with the examination of the Customer’s books and records.
Access to Records. The Custodian shall, subject only to the Custodian’s security requirements applicable to its own employees having access to similar records held by the Custodian, which requirements shall be consistent with the practices of a commercial bank acting in the capacity of custodian with respect to similar files or records, and at such times as may be reasonably imposed by the Custodian, permit only the Noteholders and the Trust Collateral Agent or their duly authorized representatives, attorneys or auditors to inspect, at the Servicer’s expense, the Receivable Files and the related accounts, records, and computer systems maintained by the Custodian pursuant hereto at such times as the Noteholders or the Trust Collateral Agent may reasonably request.
Access to Records. The Contractor and its subcontractors, if any, shall maintain all books, documents, papers, accounting records, and other evidence pertaining to all costs incurred under this Contract. They shall make such materials available at their respective offices at all reasonable times during this Contract, and for three (3) years from the date of final payment under this Contract, for inspection by the State or its authorized designees. Copies shall be furnished at no cost to the State if requested.
Access to Records. BOOKS, AND DOCUMENTS In addition to any right of access arising by operation of law, Grantee and any of Grantee’s affiliate or subsidiary organizations, or Subcontractors shall permit the System Agency or any of its duly authorized representatives, as well as duly authorized federal, state or local authorities, unrestricted access to and the right to examine any site where business is conducted or services are performed, and all records, which includes but is not limited to financial, client and patient records, books, papers or documents related to this Contract. If the Contract includes federal funds, federal agencies that shall have a right of access to records as described in this section include: the federal agency providing the funds, the Comptroller General of the United States, the General Accounting Office, the Office of the Inspector General, and any of their authorized representatives. In addition, agencies of the State of Texas that shall have a right of access to records as described in this section include: the System Agency, HHSC, HHSC's contracted examiners, the State Auditor’s Office, the Office of the Texas Attorney General, and any successor agencies. Each of these entities may be a duly authorized authority. If deemed necessary by the System Agency or any duly authorized authority, for the purpose of investigation or hearing, Grantee shall produce original documents related to this Contract. The System Agency and any duly authorized authority shall have the right to audit xxxxxxxx both before and after payment, and all documentation that substantiates the xxxxxxxx. Grantee shall include this provision concerning the right of access to, and examination of, sites and information related to this Contract in any Subcontract it awards.
Access to Records. The Subrecipient shall furnish and cause each of its own subrecipients or subcontractors to furnish all information and reports required hereunder and will permit access to its books, records and accounts by the Grantee, HUD or its agent, or other authorized Federal officials for purposes of investigation to ascertain compliance with the rules, regulations and provisions stated herein.
Access to Records. (1) The Contractor agrees to provide County, the FEMA Administrator, the Comptroller General of the United States, or any of their authorized representatives access to any books, documents, papers, and records of the Contractor which are directly pertinent to this contract for the purposes of making audits, examinations, excerpts, and transcriptions.
Access to Records. The CONSULTANT and any SUB-CONSULTANTS shall maintain all books, documents, papers, correspondence, accounting records and other evidence pertaining to the cost incurred under this Contract, and shall make such materials available at their respective offices at all reasonable times during the period of this Contract and for five (5) years from the date of final payment under the terms of this Contract, for inspection or audit by the LPA, INDOT and/or the Federal Highway Administration (“FHWA”) or its authorized representative, and copies thereof shall be furnished free of charge, if requested by the LPA, INDOT, and/or FHWA. The CONSULTANT agrees that, upon request by any agency participating in federally-assisted programs with whom the CONSULTANT has contracted or seeks to contract, the CONSULTANT may release or make available to the agency any working papers from an audit performed by the LPA, INDOT and/or FHWA of the CONSULTANT and its SUB-CONSULTANTS in connection with this Contract, including any books, documents, papers, accounting records and other documentation which support or form the basis for the audit conclusions and judgments.
Access to Records. A. By giving the Company ten (10) days of prior notice, the Reinsurer or its designated representatives shall have access at any reasonable time to all records of the Company which pertain in any way to the Policy and such books of the Company to which access is required in order to review paid losses for which claims are asserted under this Contract. At the Reinsurer's request, the Company will authorize the Reinsurer to inspect the records of the Insured and shall take those steps reasonably necessary to secure such access for the Reinsurer. However, a Subscribing Reinsurer or its designated representatives shall not have any right of access to the records of the Company if it is not current in all undisputed payments due the Company. "
Access to Records. Both parties hereby guarantee access by the grantee, the subgrantee, the Federal grantor MPHA, the Comptroller General of the United States, or any of their duly authorized representatives to any books, documents, papers, and records of Contractor which are directly pertinent to that specific contract for the purpose of making audit, examination, excerpts, and transcriptions.