All Records Sample Clauses

All Records. All of the assets being purchased by the Buyer as specified in this Section 1.1 other than the Excluded Assets are hereinafter referred to as the “Subject Assets”.
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All Records. As used in this Agreement, “Records” means all records, documents, data and files (in every format) in Seller’s possession, or in the possession of any of its agents or service providers, at Closing to the extent related to or utilized by Seller or such agents or service providers to administer, reflect, monitor, evidence or record information respecting the business or conduct of any of the Branch Offices and all such records and documents, data and files (in every format) respecting (A) the Assets (including, with respect to the Loans, all documents executed or delivered in connection with such loan or loan participation, any and all collateral held as security therefor or in which a security interest, lien or mortgage has been granted and any and all guarantees, insurance and credit enhancements and rights of interest relating thereto), (B) the Deposits and Other Liabilities and (C) the Employees (except confidential employee records which Seller is legally not permitted to transfer to Purchaser and for which consents to release such records to Purchaser shall not have been obtained from the relevant employee after commercially reasonable efforts by Seller to obtain such consent), including all such records maintained on electronic or magnetic media in an electronic data base system of Seller or any of its agents or service providers, or to comply with any applicable federal or state law or governmental regulation to which the Deposits are subject, including but not limited to Federal Reserve Board Regulation E (12 C.F.R. §205), Federal Reserve Board Regulation CC (12 C.F.R. §229) and the escheat and unclaimed property laws of the State of Colorado; provided, however, that for the purposes of this Section 1.1(a)(v), Records shall not include any federal, state, local or foreign income Tax records (including Tax Returns and supporting work papers) covering any period or transaction of Seller or any of the Assets, Branch Offices and Assumed Liabilities.
All Records. Xxx X. Xxxxx shall collect and maintain all relevant records of Xxx X. Xxxxx, its successors and assigns, and tenants related to each of the economic development considerations and incentives and performance requirements as stated in this Agreement. Xxx X. Xxxxx, during normal business hours, shall allow the County reasonable access to review these records on Xxx X. Xxxxx’x premises, but the confidentiality of such records and information shall be maintained by the County unless disclosure of such records and information shall be required by a court order, a lawfully issued subpoena, or at the direction of the Office of the Texas Attorney General. Furthermore, the County shall not be allowed to remove any records from Xxx X. Xxxxx’x premises and Xxx X. Xxxxx reserves the right to have a representative present at all times during any review by the County.
All Records. (k) All sales, marketing and expansion plans, strategic plans, projections, studies, reports and other documents and data (including, without limitation, creative materials, advertising and promotional matters and current and past lists of customers, suppliers, vendors and sources) related to the Business, and all training materials and marketing brochures related to the Business;
All Records. To the extent that the Collateral is not subject to the UCC, each Debtor collaterally assigns all of such Debtor's right, title, and interest in and to such Collateral to the Secured Party to secure the payment and performance of the Secured Obligations to the full extent that such a collateral assignment is possible under the relevant law. Notwithstanding the foregoing, to the extent that any Debtor owns equity interest in a Foreign Subsidiary, such Debtor's grant of a security interest in or collateral assignment of any rights with respect to such equity interests shall not exceed 65% of the total equity interest in such Foreign Subsidiary.
All Records. During the term of this Contract and for eight (8) years following termination of this Contract, the Contractor shall maintain records sufficient to: (1) document performance of all acts required by statute, regulation, rule, or this Contract; (2) substantiate the Contractor's statement of its organization's structure, tax status, capabilities, and performance; and (3) demonstrate accounting procedures, practices, and records which sufficiently and properly document the Contractor invoices to DSHS and all expenditures made by the Contractor to perform as required by this Contract. The Contractor shall maintain and retain cost reports and supporting records, and trust accounts established pursuant to RCW 74.46.700, as provided by RCW 74.46.060 and 74.46.080.
All Records. FRANCHISEE shall prepare and maintain all Records during the Term and for an additional period of not less than three years after the Termination Date or any longer period required by Applicable Law.
All Records. (5) A duly executed Assignment and Assumption of Contracts in the form attached hereto as Exhibit D; and
All Records. The properties and interests specified in the foregoing paragraphs (a), (b), (c), (d), (e) and (f) are herein collectively called the “Properties” and individually a “Property”; provided, however, that the Properties shall not include any of the Excluded Assets.

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  • Personnel Records (A) There shall be only one official personnel file for each employee, which shall be maintained by the employing agency. Information in an employee’s official personnel file may be maintained in electronic as well as paper form.

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  • PROFESSIONAL RECORDS You should be aware that, according to the rules of HIPAA, I keep Protected Health Information about you in two sets of professional records. One set constitutes your Clinical Record. It includes information about your reasons for seeking therapy, a description of the ways in which your problem impacts on your life, your diagnosis, the goals that we set for treatment, your progress towards those goals, your medical and social history, your treatment history, any past treatment records that I receive from other providers, reports of any professional consultations, your billing records, and any reports that have been sent to anyone, including reports to your insurance carrier. In addition, I also keep a set of Psychotherapy Notes. These Notes are for my own use and are designed to assist me in providing you with the best treatment, While the content of Psychotherapy Notes vary from client to client, they can include notes regarding the contents of our conversations, my analysis of those conversations, and how they impact on your therapy. They also can contain particularly sensitive information that you may reveal to me that is not required to be included in your Clinical Record. These Psychotherapy Notes are kept separate from your Clinical Record. While insurance companies can request and receive a copy of your Clinical Record, they cannot receive a copy of your Psychotherapy Notes without your signed, written Authorization. Insurance companies cannot require your Authorization as a condition of coverage nor penalize you in any way for your refusal. You may examine and/or receive a copy of both sets of records, if you request it in writing. Because these are professional records, they can be misinterpreted and/or upsetting to untrained readers. For this reason, I recommend that you initially review them in my presence, or have them forwarded to another mental health professional so you can discuss the contents. In most circumstances, I am allowed to charge a fee for copying records. The exceptions to this policy are contained in the Privacy Notice form. PATIENT RIGHTS HIPAA provides you with several new or expanded rights with regard to your Clinical Record and disclosures of protected health information. These rights include requesting that I amend your record; requesting restrictions on what information from your Clinical Record is disclosed to others; requesting an accounting of most disclosures of Protected Health Information that you have neither consented to nor authorized; determining the location to which protected information disclosures are sent; having any complaints you make about my policies and procedures recorded in your records; and the right to a paper copy of this Agreement, the Privacy Notice form, and my privacy policies and procedures. I am happy to discuss any of these rights and/or issues with you. MINORS & PARENTS Patients under 18 years of age who are not emancipated and their parents should be aware that the law may allow parents to examine their child’s treatment records. Because privacy in psychotherapy is often crucial to successful progress, particularly with teenagers, it is sometimes my policy to request an agreement from parents that they consent to give up their access to their child’s records. If they agree, during treatment, I will typically provide them only with general information about the progress of the child’s treatment, and his/her attendance at scheduled sessions. I also may provide parents with a summary of their child’s treatment when it is complete. Most other communication will require the child’s Authorization, unless I feel that the child is in danger or is a danger to someone else, in which case, I will notify the parents of my concern. Before giving parents information, I will discuss the matter with the child, if possible, and do my best to handle any objections he/she may have.

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  • Documents, Records and Funds in Possession of the Servicer to be Held for the Trustee......................... Section 3.17

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