Accounting Records and Reports. The Trustee shall keep or cause to be kept proper books of record and account in which complete and correct entries shall be made of all transactions relating to the receipt, investment, disbursement, allocation and application of the Revenues and the proceeds of the Bonds received by the Trustee with respect to all funds and accounts held hereunder. Such records shall specify the account or fund to which each investment (or portion thereof) held by the Trustee is to be allocated and shall set forth, in the case of each Investment Security, (a) its purchase price, (b) identifying information, including par amount, coupon rate, and payment dates, (c) the amount received at maturity or its sale price, as the case may be, (d) the amounts and dates of any payments made with respect thereto, and (e) the dates of acquisition and disposition or maturity. Such records shall be open to inspection by any Registered Owner, the Borrower and the Bank at any reasonable time during regular business hours on reasonable notice.
Accounting Records and Reports. The Trustee will keep or cause to be kept proper books of record and accounts in which complete and correct entries shall be made of all transactions relating to the receipts, disbursements, allocation and application of the Revenues, and such books shall be available for inspection by the Authority at reasonable hours and under reasonable conditions. The Trustee shall provide to the Authority monthly statements covering the funds and accounts held pursuant to the Trust Agreement. Not more than one hundred eighty (180) days after the close of each Fiscal Year, the Trustee shall furnish or cause to be furnished to the Authority a complete financial statement (which may be in the form of the Trustee’s customary account statements) covering receipts, disbursements, allocation and application of Revenues for such Fiscal Year. The Authority shall keep or cause to be kept such information as is required under the Tax Certificate.
Accounting Records and Reports. 1.3.1 In accordance with the provisions of Article 16.1 of the Contract, the Contractor shall maintain in its office in Equatorial Guinea original, complete, true and correct accounts, books and records of the Production and disposition of Hydrocarbons, and all costs and expenses under the Contract, as well as all other records and data necessary or proper for the settlement of accounts in accordance with the laws of Equatorial Guinea, generally accepted accounting procedures and generally accepted practice in the international petroleum industry and pursuant to the chart of accounts agreed pursuant to Article 1.3.2 below.
Accounting Records and Reports. The Association shall maintain accounting records in the State of Florida, according to accounting practices normally used by similar associations or the manager under any applicable management contract. The records shall be open to inspection by Members or their authorized representatives at reasonable times and written summaries of them shall be supplied at least annually. The records shall include, but not be limited to, (a) a record of all receipts and expenditures, and (b) an account for each Lot designating the name and current mailing address of the Member, the amount of each Assessment, the dates and amounts in which the Assessments come due, the amount paid upon the account and the dates so paid, and the balance due. Within ninety (90) days following the end of the fiscal year, the Association shall prepare or contract with a third party to prepare and complete a financial report for the previous twelve (12) months. Within 21 days after the final financial report is completed by the association or received from the third party, but not later than 120 days after the end of the fiscal year, the Association shall provide each Member with a copy of the annual financial report or a written notice that a copy of the annual financial report is available upon request at no charge to the Member. The financial report shall be prepared in accordance with Chapter 720, Florida Statutes, and may consist of either financial statements presented in conformity with general accepted accounting principals or a financial report of actual receipts and expenditures, cash basis, which report must show the amounts of receipts by accounts and receipt classifications and may show the amounts of expenses by accounts and expense classifications, including, if applicable, but not limited to, the following:
Accounting Records and Reports. City, at its own expense, shall have the right to conduct audits of Curator with respect to any services performed by Curator pursuant to this Agreement and shall have access to accounting records and supporting documentation of Curator relating to the operation of the programs of the Curator.
Accounting Records and Reports. DMN shall implement and maintain an accounting system appropriate and adequate for the needs of the Company and shall provide to the Company, on or before the last business day of each month, monthly unaudited financial statements for the prior month for each Center. These financial statements shall be prepared on an accrual basis in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles consistently applied. Within 90 days after the end of each fiscal year of the Company, DMN will provide to the members in the Company such financial information necessary to permit them to prepare their tax returns, and within 120 days after the end of each fiscal year of the Company, DMN will provide to the Partners in the Company unaudited financial statements for the prior fiscal year prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, which financial statements include a comparison of actual performance to Budget. In addition, the Managers may, at any time upon reasonable advance notice to DMN, and the members in the Company may, to the extent permitted under the Joint Venture Agreement, inspect the books and records of the Company.
Accounting Records and Reports. Proper and complete books and records of account shall be kept by the Joint Venture and shall, at all times, be maintained at the principal office of the Joint Venture. All such books and records shall be subject to inspection and copying by the Partners, or their agent or attorney. Each Partner shall have access to true and full information regarding the status of the Joint Venture’s business and financial condition, and shall render, on demand, true and full information of all things affecting the Joint Venture to any other Partner.
Accounting Records and Reports. WDDF will keep or cause to be kept proper books of record and accounts in which complete and correct entries shall be made of all transactions relating to the receipts, disbursements, allocation and application of the Revenues, and such books shall be available for inspection by the City or the Trustee (who shall have no duty to inspect), at reasonable hours and under reasonable conditions. WDDF shall also keep or cause to be kept such other information as is required under the Tax Certificate. The Trustee shall not have any responsibility to review such financial statements or information it receives, but shall retain such information solely as a repository for the Bondholders.