Compensation and Liability Act. The Seller has provided to Buyer copies of all documents, records and information available to Seller concerning any environmental or health and safety matter relevant to Seller, whether generated by Seller or others, including, without limitation, environmental audits, environmental risk assessments, site assessments, documentation regarding off-site disposal of Hazardous Materials, spill control plans, and reports, correspondence, permits, licenses, approvals, consents and other authorizations related to environmental or health and safety matters issued by any governmental agency.
Compensation and Liability Act. For the purposes of this Section, references to "the Borrower" shall include all predecessors, successors-in-interest of the Borrower; provided, that with respect to the Borrower's properties or assets, the foregoing representations as to predecessors and successors-in-interest are limited to the knowledge of the Borrower.
Compensation and Liability Act. Except as set forth in the KNOGO SEC Documents or in Section 4.8 of the KNOGO Disclosure Schedule or as contemplated or permitted by this Agreement, KNOGO and its subsidiaries hold all permits, licenses, exemptions, orders and approvals of governmental and regulatory authorities necessary for the conduct of their respective businesses, as now being conducted, except where the failure to hold permits, licenses, exemptions, orders and approvals would not have a Material Adverse Effect on KNOGO.
Compensation and Liability Act. CERCLIS shall mean the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Inventory System established pursuant to CERCLA. Closing Day is defined in paragraph 2B(3)(iv). Code shall mean the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended. Confirmation of Acceptance is defined in paragraph 2B(5) of this Agreement. Consolidated shall mean the consolidated financial information of the Company and its Subsidiaries under generally accepted accounting principles. Consolidated Assets shall mean, as at any date of determination, the total assets of the Company and its Subsidiaries appearing on a Consolidated balance sheet prepared under generally accepted accounting principles as of the date of determination, after deducting any reserves applicable thereto and after eliminating all intercompany transactions and all amounts properly attributable to minority interests, if any, in the stock and surplus of Subsidiaries. Consolidated Capitalization shall mean, at any time, the sum of (i) Consolidated Debt at such time plus (ii) Consolidated Net Worth at such time. Consolidated Fixed Charges shall mean, for the Company and its Subsidiaries on a Consolidated basis, the sum (without duplication) of:
Compensation and Liability Act. The Lessor represents and warrants to the Lessee that the Phase I Assessment is the only report prepared by or for the Lessor regarding the environmental condition of the Real Property and that a true and complete copy of the Phase I Assessment has been provided to the Lessee. The Lessor also agrees that it will not store, utilize or engage in operations at or within the Building, the Parking Area, the Trailer Storage Area, the Access Area and the Real Property or affecting the Building, the Parking Area, the Trailer Storage Area, the Access Area and the Real Property which involve the generation, manufacture, refining, transportation, treatment, storage, handling or disposal of hazardous substances or hazardous waste, medical waste or medical waste products or environmentally deleterious material and the Lessor will at all times, at Lessor's cost and expense, comply with and conform to all laws, statutes, ordinances, rules, regulations, notices and orders of all governmental and regulating authorities or any board of fire underwriters, or any insurance organizations or company with respect to the treatment of any hazardous substances or waste on or which affect the Building, the Parking Area, the Trailer Storage Area, the Access Area and the Real Property. The Lessor shall not cause or permit to exist as a result of an intentional or unintentional action or omission on its part or on the part of any of the Lessor's agents of releasing, spilling, leaking, pumping, pouring, emitting, emptying or dumping from, on or about the Building or the Real Property of any hazardous substances or waste.
Compensation and Liability Act. Documents Associated with the C-400 Cleaning Building Non-Time-Critical Removal Action at the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant, Paducah, Kentucky (PPPO-02-5786835-20), dated October 2, 2019, the original documents were not approved and the non-time-critical removal action (NTCRA) was suspended. The FFA parties will determine the appropriate document version (i.e., D1 or D2) and document review process upon resuming the NTCRA. Engineering Evaluation/Cost Analysis (EE/CA) 3rd Quarter 2025 See comment for Removal Notification for document version (i.e., D1 or D2) and document review process upon resuming the NTCRA. D1 EE/CA is submitted upon approval of the RN and in accordance with the schedule in the RN [Federal Facility Agreement (FFA) Section X.E]. Action Memorandum 1st Quarter 2026 See comment for Removal Notification for document version (i.e., D1 or D2) and document review process upon resuming the NTCRA. D1 AM is submitted 30 days after close of public comment period on the EE/CA (FFA Section X.E). 5-8 Enforceable Timetables and Deadlines; Planning Dates with Long-Term Targets (Continued) C-400 Complex Operable Unit (Continued) Subproject Deliverable Enforceable Timetable and Deadlines1 Planning Dates with Long- Term Targets for Decision Documents2 Comments FY 2022– FY 2024 Out-Year C-400 D&D (Cont.) Removal Action Work Plan 2nd Quarter 2026 See comment for Removal Notification for document version (i.e., D1 or D2) and document review process upon resuming the NTCRA. D1 RAWP is submitted 30 days after approval of the AM (FFA Section X.E). Removal Action Field Start 3rd Quarter 2026 Commencement within 15 days after approval of the RAWP (FFA Section X.E). C-400 Final Remedial Action D1 Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study Report 10/7/2022 D1 Proposed Plan 4/6/2023 D1 Record of Decision (ROD) 11/8/2023 D1 XXX is submitted 30 days after close of public comment period on the Proposed Plan (FFA Section XIV.D). D1 Remedial Design Work Plan 12/8/2023 D1 Remedial Design Report (90% Design) 1st Quarter 2025 D1 Remedial Action Work Plan 1st Quarter 2025 Remedial Action Field Start 2nd Quarter 2025 Commencement within 15 months of ROD signature (FFA Section XV).
Compensation and Liability Act. For the purposes of this Section, references to "the Borrower" shall include all predecessors, successors-in-interest of Affiliates of the Borrower; provided, that the representations and warranties set forth in this Section shall not be deemed to have been breached with respect to any matter that would otherwise constitute a breach of this Section if such matter would not reasonably be expected to result in liabilities or expenditures by the Borrower in any single year in excess of: (1) $100,000 as to any one matter; or (2) $200,000 in the aggregate as to all such matters.
Compensation and Liability Act the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act; the Hazardous Substances Transportation Act: the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (including but not limited to Subtitle I relating to underground storage tanks): the Solid Waste Disposal Act: the Clean Water Act: the Clean Air Act: the Toxic Substances Control Act: the Safe Drinking Water Act: the Occupational Safety and Health Act: the Federal Water Pollution Control Act: the Federal Insecticide. Fungicide and Rodenticide Act: the Endangered Species Act: the National Environmental Policy Act: and the River and Harbors Appropriation Act. The term "ENVIRONMENTAL LAW" also includes, but is nor limited to. any present and future federal, state and local laws, statutes, ordinances, rules, regulations and the like, as well as common law: conditioning transfer of property upon a negative declaration or other approval of a governmental authority of the environmental condition of the Property: requiring notification or disclosure of Releases of Hazardous Substances or other environmental condition of the Property to any governmental authority or other person or entity, whether or not in connection with transfer of title to or interest in property: imposing conditions or requirements in connection with permits or other authorization for lawful activity: relating to nuisance, trespass or other causes of action related to the Property; and relating to wrongful death, personal injury, or property or other damage in connection with any physical condition or use of the Property.