Computer Records Sample Clauses

Computer Records. World Omni and the Depositor will cause their accounting and computer records to be marked to indicate the sale and assignment of the Receivables from World Omni to the Depositor and from the Depositor to the Trust.
Computer Records. As of the Closing Date, the accounting and computer records relating to the Initial Receivables of the Seller have been marked to show the absolute ownership by the Owner Trustee on behalf of the Trust of the Initial Receivables, and, as of any Subsequent Transfer Date the accounting and computer records relating to the Subsequent Receivables will be marked to show the absolute ownership by the Owner Trustee on behalf of the Trust of the Subsequent Receivables.
Computer Records. None of the records, systems, data or information of the Company are recorded, stored, maintained, operated or otherwise wholly or partly dependent on or held or accessible by any means (including, without limitation, any electronic, mechanical or photographic process whether computerised or not) which are not under the exclusive ownership and direct control of the Company.
Computer Records. The Issuing Entity shall maintain its computer systems relating to contract record keeping so that, from and after the time of sale of any Receivable under this Agreement, the Depositor’s master computer records (including any backup archives) that refer to a Receivable shall indicate clearly the interest of the Issuing Entity (or assignees).
Computer Records. Employees may use computer records for student grades as long as the computer records conform with State laws and District guidelines.
Computer Records. Where any of the records of the Company are kept on a Computer System the Company:
Computer Records. In those situations where the Books and Records have been generated from computerized data (whether mainframe, minicomputer or PC-based computer systems), Tenant agrees to provide MAC Staff with extracts of data files in a computer readable format on data disks, by email with attached files, or using alternative computer data exchange formats, reasonably satisfactory to MAC Staff.