Contest Sample Clauses

Contest. (a) If a written claim is made against a Tax Indemnitee for Taxes with respect to which Owner could be liable for payment or indemnity hereunder, or if a Tax Indemnitee makes a determination that a Tax is due for which Owner could have an indemnity obligation hereunder, such Tax Indemnitee shall promptly give Owner notice in writing of such claim (provided, that failure to so notify Owner shall not relieve Owner of its indemnity obligations hereunder unless such failure to notify effectively forecloses Owner's rights to require a contest of such claim) and shall take no action with respect to such claim without the prior written consent of Owner for 30 days following the receipt of such notice by Owner; provided, that, in the case of a claim made against a Tax Indemnitee, if such Tax Indemnitee shall be required by law to take action prior to the end of such 30-day period, such Tax Indemnitee shall, in such notice to Owner, so inform Owner, and such Tax Indemnitee shall take no action for as long as it is legally able to do so (it being understood that a Tax Indemnitee shall be entitled to pay the Tax claimed and xxx for a refund prior to the end of such 30-day period if (i)(A) the failure to so pay the Tax would result in substantial penalties (unless immediately reimbursed by Owner) and the act of paying the Tax would not materially prejudice the right to contest or (B) the failure to so pay would result in criminal penalties and (ii) such Tax Indemnitee shall take any action so required in connection with so paying the Tax in a manner that is the least prejudicial to the pursuit of the contest). In addition, such Tax Indemnitee shall (provided, that Owner shall have agreed to keep such information confidential other than to the extent necessary in order to contest the claim) furnish Owner with copies of any requests for information from any Taxing Authority relating to such Taxes with respect to which Owner may be required to indemnify hereunder. If requested by Owner in writing within 30 days after its receipt of such notice, such Tax Indemnitee shall, at the expense of Owner (including, without limitation, all reasonable costs, expenses and reasonable attorneys' and accountants' fees and disbursements), in good faith contest (or, if permitted by applicable law, allow Owner to contest) through appropriate administrative and judicial proceedings the validity, applicability or amount of such Taxes by (I) resisting payment thereof, (II) not paying the sam...
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Contest. Nothing contained herein shall be deemed to require Borrower to pay, or cause to be paid, any Imposition or to satisfy any Lien, or to comply with any Legal Requirement or Insurance Requirement, so long as Borrower is in good faith, and by proper legal proceedings, where appropriate, diligently contesting the validity, amount or application thereof, provided that in each case, at the time of the commencement of any such action or proceeding, and during the pendency of such action or proceeding (i) no Event of Default shall exist and be continuing hereunder, (ii) Borrower shall keep Lender informed of the status of such contest at reasonable intervals, (iii) if neither Borrower nor Operating Lessee is providing security as provided in clause (vi) below, adequate reserves with respect thereto are maintained on Borrower’s books in accordance with GAAP or in the Tax Reserve Account or Insurance Reserve Account, as applicable, (iv) either such contest operates to suspend collection or enforcement as the case may be, of the contested Imposition, Lien or Legal Requirement and such contest is maintained and prosecuted continuously and with diligence or the Imposition or Lien is bonded, (v) in the case of any Insurance Requirement, the failure of Borrower to comply therewith shall not impair the validity of any insurance required to be maintained by Borrower under Section 6.1 or the right to full payment of any claims thereunder, and (vi) in the case of Impositions and Liens which are not bonded in excess of $1,000,000 individually, or in the aggregate, during such contest, Borrower, shall deposit with or deliver to Lender either Cash and Cash Equivalents or a Letter or Letters of Credit in an amount equal to 125% of (A) the amount of Borrower’s obligations being contested plus (B) any additional interest, charge, or penalty arising from such contest. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the creation of any such reserves or the furnishing of any bond or other security, Borrower promptly shall comply with any contested Legal Requirement or Insurance Requirement or shall pay any contested Imposition or Lien, and compliance therewith or payment thereof shall not be deferred, if, at any time the Property or any portion thereof shall be, in Lender’s reasonable judgment, in imminent danger of being forfeited or lost or Lender is likely to be subject to civil or criminal damages as a result thereof. If such action or proceeding is terminated or discontinued adversely to Borrowe...
Contest. Unless, within seven (7) days of the receipt of the notice, the appointing authority acknowledges that the resignation could have been believed to be coerced, this question should be handled as an appeal to the Merit Board. In the alternative, the employee may file a written election with the Director of Human Resources waiving the employee's right of appeal to the Merit Board in favor of the employee's appeal rights under the grievance procedure contained in Section 25 of the MOU beginning with Step 3.
Contest. Enter the Contest by going to xxx.xxxxxxxxxx.xxx and follow the prompts to fill out the online ballot. The Contest begins January 24, 2019 and ends at 11:59 pm EST February 14, 2019. The potential winner will be chosen by random draw, which will take place at 000X Xxxxxx Xxxxx, Xxxxxxxxx, Xxxxxxx at 10:00 am EST February 15th, 2019. The winners will be contacted by telephone or email by a representative of the Sponsors, and must reply within 48 hours to maintain eligibility. If the potential a winner cannot be contacted within this time period or fails to respond to any attempted contact, such potential winner will be disqualified, his/her entry will be declared null and void and the Sponsors reserves the right, in their sole and absolute discretion, to select at random another eligible entry, in which event these provisions shall apply to such other eligible entry. In order to be eligible to win, the winner must correctly answer a mathematical skill-testing question.
Contest. In the event that an Indemnitee receives a written notice of a claim which, if sustained, would require the payment of an indemnity by Lessee pursuant to this Section 10, such Indemnitee shall promptly notify Lessee of such claim and, if requested by Lessee in writing, shall, at Lessee's sole expense, in good faith contest or shall permit Lessee, if desired by Lessee and such contest may be conducted in whole or in part separately in the name of Lessee without involving Taxes of such Indemnitee not indemnified hereunder, to contest in the name of Lessee and/or the Indemnitee, the validity, applicability or amount of such Taxes by (x) resisting payment thereof if practicable, (y) not paying the same except under protest, if protest is necessary and proper, and (z) if payments be made, using reasonable efforts to obtain a refund thereof in appropriate administrative and judicial proceedings; provided, however, the Lessee shall not be permitted to contest in the name of such Indemnitee if such contest involves Taxes imposed against such Indemnitee that are unrelated to the transactions contemplated by the Financing Documents or the Operative Documents or Taxes based on or measured by the gross or net income of the Indemnitee, and provided, that if the Indemnitee determines in good faith that there is a material possibility of a material adverse impact upon the Indemnitee with respect to such contest, such Indemnitee may retain or reassert control of any contest that Lessee would otherwise be permitted to contest; provided, further, that the Indemnitee shall not be required to undertake or allow in its name or on its behalf any contest unless the following conditions are satisfied:
Contest. If the Company notifies the Executive in writing, within sixty (60) business days following receipt from the Executive of notification of the IRS claim, that it desires to contest such claim, the Executive shall:
Contest. The Executive shall notify the Company in writing of any claim made by the Internal Revenue Service that, if successful, would require the Company to pay a Gross-Up Payment. Such notification shall be given as soon as practicable but no later than ten (10) business days after the Executive knows of such claim and shall apprise the Company of the nature of such claim and the date on which such claim is requested to be paid. The Executive shall not pay such claim prior to the expiration of the thirty (30) day period following the date on which it gives such notice to the Company (or such shorter period ending on the date that any payment of taxes with respect to such claim is due). If the Company notifies the Executive in writing prior to the expiration of such period that it desires to contest such claim, the Employee shall:
Contest. Subject to the provisions hereof, Tenant, at its own expense, may contest Premises Taxes in any manner permitted by law, in Tenant's name, and, whenever necessary, in Landlord's name and Landlord will cooperate at Tenant's sole cost and expense with Tenant and execute any documents reasonably required for such purpose. Any such contest shall be conducted by Tenant in good faith and at its sole cost and expense, by appropriate proceedings which shall operate during the pendency thereof to prevent (i) the collection of, or other realization upon, the Premises Taxes so contested, (ii) the sale, forfeiture or loss of the Premises, any Base Rent or any Additional Rent to satisfy the same, (iii) any interference with the use or occupancy of any of the Premises, and (iv) any interference with the payment of any Base Rent or the portion of any Additional Rent that does riot represent the Premises Taxes being contested under this Section 4.3. In no event shall Tenant pursue any contest with respect to any Premises Taxes in any manner that exposes Landlord to (i) criminal liability, penalty or sanction, (ii) any civil liability, penalty or sanction for which Tenant has not made provisions reasonably acceptable to Landlord, or (iii) defeasance of its interest the Premises. Tenant agrees that each such contest shall be diligently prosecuted to a final conclusion. Tenant shall pay and save Landlord harmless from and against any and all losses, judgments, decrees and costs (including. without limitation, attorneys' fees and expenses) in connection with any such contest and shall, promptly after the final determination of such contest, fully pay and discharge the amounts which shall be levied, assessed, charged or imposed or be determined to be payable therein or in connection therewith, together with all penalties, fines, interest, costs and expenses thereof or in connection therewith.
Contest. The Executive shall notify the Company in writing of any claim made by the Internal Revenue Service that if successful, would require the Company to pay a Gross-Up Payment. Such notification shall be given as soon as practicable but in no event later than ten (10) business days in the case of an assessment and twenty (20) business days in all other cases after the Executive knows of such claim and shall apprise the Company of the nature of such claim and the date on which such claim is requested to be paid. The Executive shall not pay such claim prior to the expiration of the 30-day period following the date on which the Executive gives such notice to the Company (or such shorter period ending on the date that any payment of taxes with respect to such claim is due). If the Company notifies the Executive in writing prior to the expiration of such period that it desires to contest such claim, the Employee shall:
Contest. Unless, within seven (7) days of the receipt of the notice, the appointing authority acknowledges that the resignation could have been believed to be coerced, this question should be handled as an appeal to the Director of Human Resources.