506(c) Claims Until the Discharge of Senior Obligations has occurred, each Second Priority Representative, on behalf of itself and each Second Priority Debt Party under its Second Priority Debt Facility, agrees that it will not assert or enforce any claim under Section 506(c) of the Bankruptcy Code or any similar provision of any other Bankruptcy Law senior to or on a parity with the Liens securing the Senior Obligations for costs or expenses of preserving or disposing of any Shared Collateral.
Derivative Claims Section 5. No Shareholder shall have the right to bring or maintain any court action, proceeding or claim on behalf of the Trust or any series or class of Shares without first making demand on the Trustees requesting the Trustees to bring or maintain such action, proceeding or claim. Such demand shall not be excused under any circumstances, including claims of alleged interest on the part of the Trustees, unless the plaintiff makes a specific showing that irreparable nonmonetary injury to the Trust or series or class of Shares would otherwise result. Such demand shall be mailed to the Secretary of the Trust at the Trust's principal office and shall set forth with particularity the nature of the proposed court action, proceeding or claim and the essential facts relied upon by the Shareholder to support the allegations made in the demand. The Trustees shall consider such demand within 45 days of its receipt by the Trust. In their sole discretion, the Trustees may submit the matter to a vote of Shareholders of the Trust or a series or class of Shares, as appropriate. Any decision by the Trustees to bring, maintain or settle (or not to bring, maintain or settle) such court action, proceeding or claim, or to submit the matter to a vote of Shareholders, shall be binding upon the Shareholders. Any decision by the Trustees to bring or maintain a court action, proceeding or suit on behalf of the Trust or a series or class of Shares shall be subject to the right of the Shareholders under Article V hereof to vote on whether or not such court action, proceeding or suit should or should not be brought or maintained.
Insured Claims To indemnify Indemnitee for expenses or liabilities of any type whatsoever (including, but not limited to, judgments, fines, ERISA excise taxes or penalties, and amounts paid in settlement) to the extent such expenses or liabilities have been paid directly to Indemnitee by an insurance carrier under a policy of officers’ and directors’ liability insurance maintained by the Company; or
Tax Claims Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, the control of any claim, assertion, event or proceeding in respect of Taxes of the Company (including, but not limited to, any such claim in respect of a breach of the representations and warranties in Section 3.22 hereof or any breach or violation of or failure to fully perform any covenant, agreement, undertaking or obligation in Article VI) shall be governed exclusively by Article VI hereof.
Preference Claims (a) In the event that the Trustee has received a certified copy of an order of the appropriate court that any Note Interest Distributable Amount or Note Principal Distributable Amount paid on a Note has been avoided in whole or in part as a preference payment under applicable bankruptcy law, the Trustee shall so notify the Insurer, shall comply with the provisions of the Note Policy to obtain payment by the Insurer of such avoided payment, and shall, at the time it provides notice to the Insurer, notify Holders of the Notes by mail that, in the event that any Noteholder's payment is so recoverable, such Noteholder will be entitled to payment pursuant to the Note Policy. The Trustee shall furnish to the Insurer its records evidencing the payments of principal of and interest on Notes, if any, which have been made by the Trustee and subsequently recovered from Noteholders, and the dates on which such payments were made. Pursuant to the Note Policy, the Insurer will make such payment on behalf of the Noteholder to the receiver, conservator, debtor-in-possession or trustee in bankruptcy named in the Order (as such term is defined in the Note Policy) and not to the Trustee or any Noteholder directly (unless a Noteholder has previously paid such payment to the receiver, conservator, debtor-in-possession or trustee in bankruptcy, in which case the Insurer will make such payment to the Trustee for distribution to such Noteholder upon proof of such payment reasonably satisfactory to the Insurer).
Priority Tax Claims On the Distribution Date, each holder of an Allowed Priority Tax Claim will receive (i) Cash equal to the unpaid portion of such Allowed Priority Tax Claim, (ii) such different treatment as agreed by the applicable Debtor and such holder in writing, or (iii) at the Reorganized Debtors' sole discretion, deferred Cash payments over a period not exceeding six years after the assessment date of such Allowed Priority Tax Claim, valued as of the Effective Date in an amount equal to such Allowed Priority Tax Claim.
Uncontested Claims In the event that the Indemnification ------------------ Representative does not contest a Notice of Claim (an "Uncontested Claim") in ----------------- writing within thirty (30) calendar days, as provided below in Section 2.3(b), Cambridge may deliver to the Custodian, with a copy to the Indemnification Representative, a written demand by Cambridge (a "Cambridge Demand") stating ---------------- that a Notice of Claim has been given as required in this Escrow Agreement and that no notice of contest has been received from the Indemnification Representative during the period specified in this Escrow Agreement and further setting forth the proposed Escrow Adjustments to be made in accordance with this Section 2.3(a). It is provided, however, that within thirty (30) calendar days after receipt of the Cambridge Demand, the Indemnification Representative may object in a written notice delivered to Cambridge and the Custodian to the computations or other administrative matters relating to the proposed Escrow Adjustments (but may not object to the validity or amount of the Claim previously disclosed in the Notice of Claim), whereupon neither the Custodian nor Cambridge shall make any of the Escrow Adjustments until either: (i) Cambridge and the Indemnification Representative shall have given the Custodian written notice setting forth agreed Escrow Adjustments, or (ii) the matter is resolved as provided in Sections 2.3(b) and 2.3(c). Upon satisfaction of the foregoing, the Custodian, as directed in writing by Cambridge, and Cambridge shall promptly take all steps to implement the final Escrow Adjustments.
Disputed Claims 4.1 Notwithstanding paragraph 4.5 of this Schedule, payment by the Authority of all or any part of any invoice rendered or other claim for payment by the Contractor shall not signify approval of such invoice/claim. The Authority reserves the right to verify invoices/claims after the date of payment and subsequently to recover any sums which have been overpaid.
Contested Claims In the event that the Indemnifying Party disputes the Claimed Amount, as soon as practicable but in no event later than ten (10) days after the receipt of the notice referenced in Section 10.2(b)(ii) hereof, the Parties will begin the process to resolve the matter in accordance with the dispute resolution provisions of Section 1.4 hereof. Upon ultimate resolution thereof, the Parties will take such actions as are reasonably necessary to comply with such agreement or instructions.
Compensation Claims Within 15 days after the receipt by the Company of a certificate from any Lender setting forth why it is claiming compensation under this Section 3.5 and computations (in reasonable detail) of the amount thereof, the Company shall pay to such Lender such additional amounts as such Lender sets forth in such certificate as sufficient fully to compensate it on account of the foregoing provisions of this Section 3.5, together with interest on such amount from the 15th day after receipt of such certificate until payment in full thereof at the Overdue Reimbursement Rate. The determination by such Lender of the amount to be paid to it and the basis for computation thereof hereunder shall be conclusive so long as (a) such determination is made in good faith, (b) no manifest error appears therein and (c) the Lender uses reasonable averaging and attribution methods. The Company shall be entitled to replace any such Lender in accordance with Section 11.3.