Duty of Care. (a) The Directors and the General Partner, including any officer, director, Partner, member, principal, employee or agent of any of them, will not be liable to the Partnership or to any of its Partners for any loss or damage occasioned by any act or omission in the performance of the Person’s services under this Agreement, in the absence of a final judicial decision on the merits from which no further right to appeal may be taken that the loss is due to an act or omission of the Person constituting willful misfeasance, bad faith, gross negligence or reckless disregard of the Person’s duties under this Agreement.
Duty of Care. It is understood and agreed that, in furnishing the Company with the services as herein provided, neither the Transfer Agent, nor any officer, director or agent thereof shall be held liable for any loss arising out of or in connection with their actions under this Agreement so long as they act in good faith and with due diligence, and are not negligent or guilty of any willful misconduct. It is further understood and agreed that the Transfer Agent may rely upon information furnished to it reasonably believed to be accurate and reliable. In the event the Transfer Agent is unable to perform its obligations under the terms of this Agreement because of an act of God, strike or equipment or transmission failure reasonably beyond its control, the Transfer Agent shall not be liable for any damages resulting from such failure.
Duty of Care. All Proprietary Information shall be retained by the Principal in a secure place with access limited to only such of the Principal’s employees (or Affiliates) who need to know such information for purposes of determining whether Principal shall elect to deliver an offer in accordance with the Offering Package.
Duty of Care. FTIS shall provide its services as transfer agent in accordance with the applicable provisions of Section 17A under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. In performing the responsibilities delegated to it under this Agreement, FTIS shall at all times act in good faith and agrees to exercise reasonable care, diligence and expertise of a transfer agent having responsibility for providing transfer agent services to investment companies registered under the 1940 Act, but FTIS shall not be liable for any losses, claims, damages, liabilities or expenses arising out of its performance of or failure to perform its duties under this Agreement, except to the extent such damages arise out of its own negligence, bad faith, willful misfeasance or reckless disregard of duty or that of its employees, agents, representatives or delegates or violations of applicable laws, regulations or requirements of any governmental authority having jurisdiction over FTIS or the Investment Company, or breach of this Agreement. FTIS’s liability may arise from or in connection with this Agreement, or from any services under this Agreement provided or omitted to be provided during the term of this Agreement, whether in contract, or in tort, or otherwise.
Duty of Care. The Administrative Agent shall exercise reasonable care in the custody and preservation of any funds held in the Cash Collateral Account and shall be deemed to have exercised such care if such funds are accorded treatment substantially equivalent to that which the Administrative Agent accords its own property, it being understood that the Administrative Agent shall not have any responsibility for taking any necessary steps to preserve rights against any parties with respect to any such funds.
Duty of Care. A Member’s, Director’s or Officer’s duty of care in the discharge of the person’s or entity’s duties to the Company is limited to refraining from engaging in gross negligence or intentional misconduct. In discharging its duties, the person or entity shall be fully protected in relying in good faith upon the Company’s books and records and upon such information, opinions, reports, or statements by any of its agents, or by any other person, as to matters the person or entity reasonably believes are within such other person’s professional or expert competence and who have been selected with reasonable care by or on behalf of the Company, including information, opinions, reports, or statements as to the value and amount of the assets, liabilities, profits, or losses of the Company or any other facts pertinent to the existence and amount of assets from which distributions to the Member might properly be paid.
Duty of Care. The Supplier is responsible for the safety and well-being of their Personnel (as defined in Section 2 of the Contract) and Third Parties affected by their activities under this contract, including appropriate security arrangements. They will also be responsible for the provision of suitable security arrangements for their domestic and business property.