Corrective Actions Sample Clauses

Corrective Actions. Within ten (10) days after request by Lender, Borrower shall provide, or cause to be provided, to Lender, at Borrower’s cost and expense, such further documentation or information reasonably deemed necessary or appropriate by Lender in the exercise of its rights under the related commitment letter between Borrower and Lender or to correct patent mistakes in the Loan Documents, the Title Policy, or the funding of the Mortgage Loan. (c) Sale of Mortgage Loan. Borrower shall, subject to Section 5.02(d) below: (1) comply with the reasonable requirements of Lender or any Investor of the Mortgage Loan or provide, or cause to be provided, to Lender or any Investor of the Mortgage Loan within ten (10) days of the request, at Borrower’s cost and expense, such further documentation or information as Lender or Investor may reasonably require, in order to enable:
Corrective Actions. The Government will use its best efforts to ensure that each Covered Provider (i) takes, where necessary, appropriate and timely corrective actions in response to audits, (ii) considers whether the results of the Covered Provider’s audit necessitates adjustment of the Government’s records, and (iii) permits independent auditors to have access to its records and financial statements as necessary.
Corrective Actions. The Government shall use its best efforts to ensure that Covered Providers take, where necessary, appropriate and timely corrective actions in response to audits, consider whether a Covered Provider’s audit necessitates adjustment of its own records, and require each such Covered Provider to permit independent auditors to have access to its records and financial statements as necessary.
Corrective Actions. If, after the Closing, Sellers and Buyer determine that Sellers have transferred to Buyer, directly or indirectly, any assets that, pursuant to the terms of this Agreement, constitute Excluded Assets, or Sellers have retained any assets that, pursuant to the terms of this Agreement, constitute Purchased Assets, then such assets shall be returned or transferred, as applicable, for no additional payment, and the other party shall be obliged to accept such return or transfer.
Corrective Actions. The goals of corrective actions are to solve the problems at hand and to eliminate or reduce the occurrence of the problems. Problems with equipment detected during equipment use, calibration, or during QA/QC activities result in actions to correct the problem (see individual instrument and parameter SOPs). Corrective actions depend upon the parameter being measured. If the problem cannot be resolved on-site, the measurement is discontinued until the problem is identified, remedied, and reliable results are obtained. For most parameters, backup equipment are available for use while the deficiency with the standard equipment is being remedied. Problems with equipment and measurements, corrective actions, and outcomes are recorded in the Water Database.Details on documenting problems, corrective actions, and outcomes, including assigning data qualifiers, in the Water Database are provided in the QMP and Water Database User Guide.
Corrective Actions. In accordance with 42 CFR 438, Subpart I, FSSA may require corrective action(s) when the Contractor has failed to provide the requested services. The nature of the corrective action(s) will depend upon the nature, severity and duration of the deficiency and repeated nature of the non- compliance. The written notice of non-compliance corrective actions may be instituted in any sequence and include, but are not limited to, any of the following:  Written Warning: FSSA may issue a written warning and solicit a response regarding the Contractor’s corrective action.  Formal Corrective Action Plan: FSSA may require the Contractor to develop a formal corrective action plan to remedy the breach. The corrective action plan must besubmitted under the signature of the Contractor’s chief executive and must be approved by FSSA. If the corrective action plan is not acceptable, FSSA may provide suggestions and direction to bring the Contractor into compliance.  Withholding Full or Partial Capitation Payments: FSSA may suspend capitation payments for the following month or subsequent months when the State determines that the Contractor is materially non-compliant. FSSA must give the Contractor written notice ten(10) business days prior to the suspension of capitation payments and specific reasonsEXHIBIT 2.CCONTRACT COMPLIANCE AND PAY FOR OUTCOMESfor non-compliance that result in suspension of payments. The State may continue to suspend all capitation payments until non-compliance issues are corrected.  Suspending Auto-assignment: FSSA may suspend auto-assignment of members to the Contractor. The State may suspend all auto-assignment or may selectively suspend auto-assignment for a region or county. The State will notify the Contractor in writing of its intent to suspend auto-assignment at least ten (10) business days prior to the first day of the suspension period. The suspension period may be for any length of time specified by the State. The State will base the duration of the suspension upon the nature and severity of the default and the Contractor’s ability to cure the default.  Assigning the Contractor’s Membership and Responsibilities to Another Contractor: The State may assign the Contractor’s membership and responsibilities to one (1) or more other Contractors that also provide services to the Hoosier Healthwise population, subject to consent by the Contractor that would gain that responsibility. The State must notify the Contractor in writing of its intent to...
Corrective Actions. In the event of a breach of the Warranty in paragraph (b) above, Buyer, at its election, may require Seller to take all actions necessary to correct the breach at no additional cost to Buyer including:
Corrective Actions. Promptly following any suspension of deliveries hereunder pursuant to Section 6.4 or Section 6.6(a), Seller shall undertake corrective actions diligently and in good faith in order to provide Keystone adequate assurances as required under such Sections. During the continuance of any such suspension, Seller shall no less frequently than once every week advise Keystone of Seller's determinations as to the nature of the conditions causing such noncompliance with such specifications, all efforts underway by Seller to correct such conditions, and the results of such efforts.
Corrective Actions. The Grantee may issue management decisions and may consider taking enforcement actions if noncompliance is detected during audits. The Grantee may require the Subrecipient to take timely and appropriate action on all deficiencies pertaining to the Federal award provided to the Subrecipient from the pass-through entity as detected through audits, on-site reviews, and other means. In response to audit deficiencies or other findings of noncompliance with this agreement, Grantee may impose additional conditions on the use of the CDBG-DR funds to ensure future compliance, or provide training and technical assistance as needed to correct noncompliance.