Claim Review Process Sample Clauses

Claim Review Process. The Administrator shall confirm that each Claim Form submitted is in the form required; that each Claim Form includes the required affirmations, information, and documentation; that each Claim Form was submitted in a timely fashion; and that the Settlement Class Claimant is a member of the Settlement Class. All such Claim criteria shall be strictly enforced. Any Settlement Class Claimant’s failure to provide any of the required affirmations or information shall result in the Claim being deemed invalid, and Defendant shall not have any further obligation to process or make any Claim Settlement Payment on such invalid Claim. The Administrator shall not receive any incentive for denying claims.
Claim Review Process. As soon as practicable, the Settlement Administrator shall confirm that each Claim Form submitted is in the form required, that each Claim Form was submitted in a timely fashion, and that the person submitting the Claim is a member of the Settlement Class.
Claim Review Process. Upon receiving a Claim, the District shall review and provide a written response within forty-five (45) days that identifies the disputed and undisputed portions of the Claim. District and Contractor may agree to extend the initial forty-five (45) day period by mutual agreement.
Claim Review Process. The Settlement Administrator will review the Claim Forms to determine whether Credit Reporting Subclass Members have answered the questions confirming that they obtained a second mortgage, or home equity line of credit, secured by a deed of trust on property located in California (a) to secure payment of the purchase price of a dwelling (b) for not more than four families which (c) was occupied entirely or in part by the purchaser and (d) was sold at a foreclosure sale or short sale. Credit Reporting Subclass Members whose Claim Forms establish these facts will be eligible to the relief specified in Section 4.3 above. Credit Reporting Subclass Members whose Claim Forms do not establish these facts will be determined to be ineligible for the relief specified in Section 4.3 above. Notwithstanding any provision in this Agreement to the contrary, all Members of the Collection Letter Subclass who are also Credit Reporting Subclass Members are deemed eligible for such credit reporting relief without submitting a Claim Form.
Claim Review Process. The Settlement Administrator may reject a Claim Form, 6 or any part of a claim for a payment reflected therein, where the Claimant submitting the Claim 7 Form does not appear on the Class List. In addition, the Settlement Administrator shall be 8 obliged to employ reasonable procedures to screen claims for abuse or fraud and deny Claim 9 Forms where there is evidence of abuse or fraud. The Settlement Administrator shall determine 10 whether a Claim Form submitted by a Settlement Class Member is an approved Claim 11 Settlement Relief and shall reject Claim Forms that fail to comply with the instructions thereon 12 or the terms of this Agreement, after giving the claimant a reasonable opportunity to provide 13 any requested missing information. In no event shall any Settlement Class Member have more 14 than fourteen (14) days after being noticed by the Settlement Administrator of any question or 15 deficiency in the submitted Claim Form to answer such question or cure such deficiency.
Claim Review Process 

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  • Review Process A/E's Work Product will be reviewed by County under its applicable technical requirements and procedures, as follows:

  • Review Procedure If the Company denies part or all of the claim, the claimant shall have the opportunity for a full and fair review by the Company of the denial, as follows:

  • Claims Review Population A description of the Population subject to the Claims Review.

  • Claims Review The IRO shall perform the Claims Review annually to cover each of the five Reporting Periods. The IRO shall perform all components of each Claims Review.

  • Claims Review Report The IRO shall prepare a Claims Review Report as described in this Appendix for each Claims Review performed. The following information shall be included in the Claims Review Report for each Discovery Sample and Full Sample (if applicable).

  • Review Protocol A narrative description of how the Claims Review was conducted and what was evaluated.

  • Claims and Review Procedure In the event that any claim for benefits that must initially be submitted in writing to the Board of Directors, is denied (in whole or in part) hereunder, the claimant shall receive from First Charter a notice of denial in writing within 60 days, written in a manner calculated to be understood by the claimant, setting forth the specific reasons for denial, with specific reference to pertinent provisions of this Supplemental Agreement. Any disagreements about such interpretations and construction shall be submitted to an arbitrator subject to the rules and procedures established by the American Arbitration Association. The arbitrator shall be acceptable to both First Charter and the Executive (or Beneficiary); if the parties cannot agree on a single arbitrator, the disagreement shall be heard by a panel of three arbitrators, with each party to appoint one arbitrator and the third to be chosen by the other two. No member of the Board of Directors shall be liable to any person for any action taken under Article VIII except those actions undertaken with lack of good faith.

  • Claim Decision Upon receipt of such claim, the Plan Administrator shall respond to such claimant within ninety (90) days after receiving the claim. If the Plan Administrator determines that special circumstances require additional time for processing the claim, the Plan Administrator can extend the response period by an additional ninety (90) days for reasonable cause by notifying the claimant in writing, prior to the end of the initial ninety (90) day period, that an additional period is required. The notice of extension must set forth the special circumstances and the date by which the Plan Administrator expects to render its decision. If the claim is denied in whole or in part, the Plan Administrator shall notify the claimant in writing of such denial. The Plan Administrator shall write the notification in a manner calculated to be understood by the claimant. The notification shall set forth:

  • Claims Review Methodology a. C laims Review Population. A description of the Population subject to the Quarterly Claims Review.‌

  • Claims Process We have appointed the senior trustee as the authorized representative to take action on behalf of holders of each series of the notes under the guarantee. The authorized representative has agreed to make a demand of the FDIC upon our failure to pay interest or principal on either series of the notes when due. As provided in the FDIC’s regulations, a holder will also have the option to elect not to be represented by the authorized representative. Upon our failure to pay interest or principal, the authorized representative and a holder that has elected not to be so represented must follow the FDIC’s required procedures for making a demand under the guarantee. In addition to the procedures described below, the authorized representative will be required when making a demand, to the extent not previously provided in the master agreement, to provide the FDIC with information regarding its authority, including: its financial and organizational capacity to act as representative, its exclusive authority to act on behalf of each noteholder and its fiduciary responsibility to the noteholders when acting as such, as established by the senior indenture, and its authority to make the assignment of each noteholder’s right, title, and interest in the notes to the FDIC. Any demand under the guarantee must be accompanied by a proof of claim, satisfactory in form and content to the FDIC, which includes evidence of the occurrence of a payment default and the claimant’s ownership of the applicable notes. Upon the commencement of guarantee payments by the FDIC, the claimant must provide to the FDIC an assignment, satisfactory in form and content to the FDIC, of the noteholder’s right, title and interest in the notes to the FDIC and the transfer to the FDIC of any payments from us with respect to the notes. The assignment must also grant to the FDIC the right to receive any and all distributions on the note from the proceeds of any bankruptcy. If a holder receives a payment on a note from a bankruptcy, any obligation of the FDIC under the guarantee would be reduced proportionally. Demands must be made by the authorized representative or by a holder that elects not to be represented by the authorized representative within 60 days of the occurrence of the payment default. Upon payment by the FDIC of any amount under the guarantee, the FDIC will be subrogated to the rights of the recipient noteholder against us, including in respect of any insolvency proceeding, to the extent of such payment.