Due Diligence Matters. To the knowledge of the Company, all documents and information delivered and provided by or on behalf of the Company to the Underwriters as a part of their due diligence in connection with the Offering were complete and accurate in all material respects.
Due Diligence Matters. The Company will cooperate with any reasonable due diligence review conducted by the Sales Agent or its respective agents in connection with the transactions contemplated hereby, including, without limitation, providing information and making available documents and senior officers, during regular business hours and at the Company’s principal offices, as either Agent may reasonably request. The parties acknowledge that the due diligence review contemplated by this Section 2(r) will include, without limitation, during the term of this Agreement a quarterly diligence conference to occur within five business days after each 10-Q filing or 10-K filing whereby the Company will make its senior corporate officers available to address diligence inquiries of the Sales Agent and will provide such additional information and documents as the Sales Agent may reasonably request.
Due Diligence Matters. Agent shall have received all due diligence materials with respect to such Person as Agent may reasonably request, including, but not limited to, an appraisal of such Person’s Inventory and a field examination with respect to such Person’s assets, financial position and other information as Agent may request, in each case, in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to Agent.
Due Diligence Matters. (a) prior to the Closing Time, the Company will allow the Underwriter to participate fully in the preparation of the Offering Documents (other than material filed prior to the date hereof and incorporated by reference therein) and shall allow the Underwriter to conduct all due diligence which the Underwriter may reasonably require in order to fulfil its obligations and in order to enable them to responsibly execute the certificates required to be executed by them at the end of each of the Offering Documents, as applicable; the Company will make available to the Underwriter and its legal counsel on a timely basis, all documents and information necessary to complete the due diligence investigation of the Company, and without limiting the scope of the due diligence inquiries the Underwriter may conduct, the Company will participate and cause its auditors and “qualified persons” (as such term is defined in NI 43-101) to participate in one or more due diligence sessions to be held prior to the Closing Time;
Due Diligence Matters. (a) prior to the filing of the Final Prospectus and any Supplementary Material, the Company will allow the Underwriters to participate fully in the preparation of the Preliminary Prospectus, the Final Prospectus and any Supplementary Material and shall allow the Underwriters to conduct all due diligence which they may reasonably require to conduct in order to fulfil their obligations and in order to enable them to responsibly execute the certificates required to be executed by them at the end of each of the Preliminary Prospectus, the Final Prospectus and any applicable Supplementary Material;
Due Diligence Matters. (a) Within the sixty (60) day period beginning on the date of the execution of the Agreement (“the Due Diligence Period”), Purchaser shall have been provided an opportunity to access Seller’s records and information related to financial, legal, company (including minutes of member meetings provided that Seller is permitted to redact any discussion regarding the Litigation), marketing, employee relations, regulatory and environmental, and to consult with officers and employees of Seller in order that Purchaser shall be fully satisfied with the Assets and Seller’s Business. During the Due Diligence Period, Purchaser shall also have an opportunity to investigate matters related to leasing of the premises and licensing with the appropriate governmental authorities. If at the end of the Due Diligence Period, if any material items relative, but not limited, to, (i) Seller’s employees or employment matters, and/or (ii) Other Objections, then the Due Diligence Period with respect to such matters may be extended to the Closing Date. In the event that Purchaser, needs additional time to investigate other matters, provided that Purchaser has been diligently pursuing its due diligence investigation, then the Due Diligence Period with respect to such matters may be extended to the Closing Date upon good cause shown and with Seller’s consent, which shall not be unreasonably withheld.
Due Diligence Matters. Borrower agrees to provide to the Agent, upon request, such surveys, evidence of zoning, title insurance policies, appraisals, copies of permits, environmental reports, evidence of utilities, and consents of lessors and optionors as the Agent may request, all at the sole cost and expense of the Borrower.
Due Diligence Matters. The Agents shall, in their sole discretion, be satisfied with their due diligence review with respect to the business, assets, financial condition, affairs and prospects of the Company, the Subsidiary, Exito Energy and of the Qualifying Transaction. The foregoing conditions are for the sole benefit of the Agents and may be waived in whole or in part by GMP, on behalf of the Agents, at any time. If any of the foregoing conditions are not met, the Agents may terminate their obligations under this Agreement without prejudice to any other remedies they may have.
Due Diligence Matters. (a) Prior to the Closing Date, the Company shall allow the Agents to conduct all due diligence which they may reasonably require to conduct in respect of the Offerings and if one or more visits to the offices of the Company is required, such visit(s) shall be made within normal business hours; and