Bookkeeping Sample Clauses

Bookkeeping. Borrower shall keep on a calendar year basis, in accordance with GAAP, proper and accurate books, records and accounts reflecting all of the financial affairs of Borrower and all items of income and expense and any services, Equipment or furnishings provided in connection with the operation of the Property, whether such income or expense is realized by Borrower, Manager or any Affiliate of Borrower. Lender shall have the right from time to time during normal business hours upon reasonable notice to examine such books, records and accounts at the office of Borrower or other Person maintaining them, and to make such copies or extracts thereof as Lender shall desire. After an Event of Default, Borrower shall pay any costs incurred by Lender to examine such books, records and accounts, as Lender shall determine to be necessary or appropriate in the protection of Lender’s interest.
Bookkeeping. Trust Company will keep timely and accurate records as to the deposit, disbursement, investment, and reinvestment of the Digital Assets. Trust Company will maintain accurate records and bookkeeping of the Custodial Services as required by applicable law and in accordance with Trust Company’s internal document retention policies, but in no event for less than seven years.
Bookkeeping. 6.1 BOOKS. The Management Committee shall maintain complete and accurate books of account of the company’s affairs at the Company’s principal place of business. Such books shall be kept on such method of accounting as the Management Committee shall select. The Company’s accounting period shall be the calendar year.
Bookkeeping. The Series, for accounting and income tax purposes, shall operate on a Fiscal Year ending December 31 of each year, and shall make such income tax elections and use such methods of depreciation as shall be determined by the Series Manager. The books and records of the Company will be kept on a GAAP basis in accordance with sound accounting practices to reflect all income and expenses of the Series.
Bookkeeping. The Agent shall, on behalf of Monsanto, be responsible for all the bookkeeping for the Roundup L&G Business, which shall include, but not be limited to, (i) setting up a separate set of accounting records reflecting all the items of income, profit, gain, loss and deduction with respect to the Roundup L&G Business, including a profit and loss statement ("Roundup P&L") and all other records relating to the Roundup L&G Business including sales invoices and customer data (the "Roundup Records") in accordance with the written set of accounting policies (including the currency exchange methodology used by Monsanto) as shall be provided by Monsanto; provided, that if any change in Monsanto's accounting policies would adversely affect the Agent's Commission (other than in a de minimis amount), the parties shall negotiate in good faith to change the thresholds and/or the Commission, as appropriate, to eliminate such adverse affect; (ii) collecting, recording and safeguarding receipts of all receivables and payables, costs or expenses either directly incurred by the Roundup L&G Business or Allocated thereto by either party pursuant to the terms of
Bookkeeping. The Manager shall establish and maintain a record and bookkeeping system for the operation and conduct of business of the Facility in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles consistently applied. Books and records at the Facility may be maintained by an employee of the Owner under the supervision of the Manager. Full books of account with entries of all receipts and expenditures related to the operation of the Facility shall be maintained at the offices of the Manager and shall at all times during normal business hours be open for inspection by representatives of the Owner. The Manager shall be responsible for filing all local, state and federal tax returns relating to the operation of the Facility, with the exception of corporate income tax and pension returns, and shall be responsible for penalties, interest, and audit costs arising out of late, inaccurate, or incomplete filings or the Manager's failure to file such tax returns provided, however, that the Owner makes available sufficient funds for payment of any taxes due and any information needed to complete such returns on a timely basis).
Bookkeeping. 6.01 BOOKS. In accordance with Section 3.151 of the Code and Section 101.501 of the Law, the Members will maintain complete and accurate accounting of the Company's affairs at the Company’s principal place of business or other location agreed upon by the Members. The Members will choose the method of accounting. The Company's accounting period will be the calendar year.