Books and Records of the Company Sample Clauses

Books and Records of the Company. At all reasonable times and on reasonable notice, the Manager and any Person authorized by the Manager shall have access to, and the right to inspect, for any reasonable purpose, during the term of this Agreement and for a period of five (5) years after termination hereof, the books, records and data stored in computers and all documentation of the Company pertaining to all Services performed, or to be performed, by the Manager or the Management Fee paid, or to be paid, by the Company to the Manager, in each case, hereunder. There shall be no cost or expense charged by any Party to another Party pursuant to the exercise of any right under this Section 5.1.
Books and Records of the Company. The books of account, minute books, stock record books, and other records of the Company, all of which have been made available to the Purchaser, are complete and correct, accurately reflect in reasonable detail the transactions to which the Company is a party or by which its properties are bound in accordance with GAAP and have been maintained in accordance with sound business practices and the requirements of Section 13(b)(2) of the Securities Exchange Act (regardless of the fact that the Company is not subject to that Section), including the maintenance of an adequate system of internal controls. The minute books of the Company contain accurate and complete records of all meetings held of, and corporate action taken by, the stockholders, the boards of directors, and committees of the board of directors of the Company, and no meeting of any such stockholders, board of directors, or committee has been held for which minutes have not been prepared and are not contained in such minute books. At the Closing, all of those books and records will be delivered to the Purchaser.
Books and Records of the Company. The Company shall maintain at its principal office, 6720 North Scottsdale Road, Suite 390, Scottsdale, AZ 85253, all of the following and any other information required by Section 18-305 of the Act: (i) a current list of the full name and last known business, residence or mailing address of each Member, Management Committee member and Manager, both past and present; (ii) a copy of the Certificate and all amendments thereto, together with any power of attorney pursuant to which any amendment thereto has been executed; (iii) copies of the Company’s federal, state and local income tax or information returns and reports, if any, for the three most recent Fiscal Years; (iv) copies of this Agreement and any amendments hereto, and copies of any writings permitted or required under the Act; (v) copies of any financial statements of the Company for the three most recent Fiscal Years; (vi) minutes of any meetings of Members and any written consents obtained from Members; (vii) true and full information regarding the amount of cash and a description and statement of the agreed value of any other property or services contributed by each Member and which each Member has agreed to contribute in the future, and the date on which each became a Member; and (viii) the books and records of the Company as they relate to the internal affairs of the Company for at least the current and past four Fiscal Years.
Books and Records of the Company. Proper and complete records and books of account of the Company shall be kept or caused to be kept by an accountant approved by the Managing Member, in which shall be entered fully and accurately all transactions and such other matters relating to the Company Business as are usually entered into records and books of account maintained by Persons engaged in businesses of a like character. The Company's annual financial statements shall be prepared on an accrual basis in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. The books and records shall at all times be maintained at the principal offices of the Company, and shall be open to the reasonable inspection and examination of any Member or such Member's duly authorized representatives during reasonable business hours.
Books and Records of the Company. Seller agrees to deliver to Buyer at or as soon as practicable after the Closing, as requested by Buyer, all books and records of the Company and Subsidiaries (including, but not limited to, correspondence, memoranda, books of account, personnel and payroll records and the like), except for the Tax Returns (as defined in Section 3.17(c) hereof) relating to the Company. Any information which would be required to compute the Tax obligations ("Tax Information") of the Company and its Subsidiaries which is not delivered to Buyer pursuant hereto will be preserved by Seller for a period of at least seven (7) years following the Closing and Seller will provide Buyer and its authorized representatives to have reasonable access to, and examine and make copies of, in each case, during normal business hours, all such Tax Information as reasonably requested by Buyer. All books and records delivered by Seller to Buyer will be preserved by Buyer for a period of at least seven (7) years following the Closing and Buyer will permit Seller and its authorized representatives to have reasonable access to, and examine and make copies of, all such books and records as reasonably requested by Seller.
Books and Records of the Company. The Managers shall provide access or cause the Company to provide access to the Buyer at, or as soon as practicable after the Closing, of all books and records, including the books of account, minute books and stock books, of the Company.
Books and Records of the Company. The Manager shall maintain the books of account and other records of the Company including without limitation all tax returns, financial statements, contracts and licenses of the Company at all times at the Manager's principal executive offices or at such other place or places approved by the Company Board. The Manager shall maintain the books of account of the Company on an accrual basis in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles consistently applied. To the extent required under Bermuda law or the Company's Memorandum of Association or Bye-Laws, each stockholder of the Company (a "Stockholder") shall have the right at all reasonable times during normal business hours to examine the books of account of the Company. Such right may be exercised through any agent or employee of a Stockholder designated by it or by an independent public accountant designated by such Stockholder.
Books and Records of the Company. To Seller's Knowledge, the minute books and stock books of each of the Railcar Subsidiaries are complete and accurate, and contain all resolutions adopted by the Board of Directors of each of the Railcar Subsidiaries, and each committee of the Board of Directors of each of the Railcar Subsidiaries, and of the shareholders of each of the Railcar Subsidiaries, from the formation date of the respective Railcar Subsidiary through the date of this Agreement.