DUTY TO DISCLOSE Sample Clauses

DUTY TO DISCLOSE. If circumstances change or additional information is obtained regarding any of the representations and warranties made by the Applicant in the Application or this Agreement, or any other disclosure requirements, subsequent to the date of this Agreement, the Applicant’s duty to disclose continues throughout the term of this Agreement.
DUTY TO DISCLOSE. Employee will provide the CEO and Board with a report on the existence of any actual conflicts of interest. In connection with any actual conflicts of interests, Employee will confidentially disclose the existence of any conflicts of interests, including her financial interest and the minimum about of facts necessary to assess the conflict of interest, to the CEO and Board or to any special committees with Board delegated powers considering the proposed transaction or arrangement. If the Board or committee has reasonable cause to believe that Employee has failed to disclose any actual conflict of interest, it shall inform Employee of the basis for such belief and afford Employee an opportunity to explain the alleged failure to disclose.
DUTY TO DISCLOSE. Under 42 CFR §455.104, the Administration must obtain certain disclosures and complete required screenings to ensure the County and State does not pay federal funds to excluded person or entities. The Contractor is required to provide disclosures from managing employees, specifically the persons in the position of Director and Fiscal/Budget Director, i.e. the person who authorizes expenditures. A completed Medicaid Provider Disclosure Statement, DSHS Form 27-094, should be submitted to the County to complete the required screenings. Disclosures must be provided at contract renewal and within twenty (20) days whenever there is a change in the staff holding these management positions [42 CFR 455.104 (c)(1)].
DUTY TO DISCLOSE. Resident/Fellow has an affirmative duty and agrees to disclose to the Program Director immediately, i.e., no later than 48 hours of learning such fact, any information, current or past, that could affect eligibility for, or status regarding, a Texas postgraduate PIT permit or medical license, if applicable, prior to beginning the residency program. In the event information is learned during the course of a residency or fellowship which could affect a PIT permit or license, Resident/Fellow must inform the Program Director immediately, i.e., no later than 48 hours. Such information may include, but is not limited to, loss or limitation of license, inability to pursue training or provide patient care, inability to secure necessary Visa clearance, conflict of interest, arrest, or charge or conviction of a crime, indictment, imprisonment, placement on probation, or deferred adjudication, or any incident involving moral turpitude of Resident/Fellow.
DUTY TO DISCLOSE. The Executive will inform ISE in writing of any offer of employment or engagement that he receives during his employment with ISE or during the Restricted Period from a Competitor, or any person or entity who might reasonably be viewed to be a Competitor, prior to accepting such offer. Without limiting the foregoing, if the Executive seeks employment with a company that has several divisions, only certain of which are Competitive with ISE, and the Executive seeks employment with such non-competitive division, the Executive may accept such employment, provided that ISE is informed in writing of the offer in accordance with the preceding sentence and the new employer is informed of the restrictions and obligations set forth herein.
DUTY TO DISCLOSE. If requested specifically by Employer in writing, Employee will promptly disclose in writing to Employer (or persons designated by it) all discoveries, developments, designs, improvements, inventions, formulae, processes, techniques, programs, strategies, know-how, data or other information of possible technical or commercial importance, whether or not patentable or registrable under copyright or similar statutes, made, conceived, reduced to practice or learned by Employee, either alone or jointly with others, during Employee's employment by Employer (including Employee's period of employment prior to the date of this Agreement) that are related to the Business, whether or not discovered, made, conceived, reduced to practice or learned during ordinary business hours or otherwise and whether on Employer's premises or elsewhere (all such discoveries, developments, designs, improvements, inventions, formulae, processes, techniques, programs, strategies, know-how, data and other information are hereinafter referred to as "Inventions"). Employee will also promptly disclose to Employer, and Employer hereby agrees to receive all such disclosures in confidence, all other discoveries, developments, designs, improvements, inventions, formulae, processes, techniques, programs, strategies, know-how, data or other information of possible technical or commercial importance, whether or not patentable or registrable under copyright or similar statutes, made, conceived, reduced to practice or learned by Employee, either alone or jointly with others, arising during Employee's employment with Employer (whether prior to or during the Term) that are functionally related to Employer's Business for the purpose of determining whether they constitute "Inventions", as defined above.
DUTY TO DISCLOSE. You are obliged to ensure that the Insurer is provided with full and accurate material facts about your risk, now and throughout the lifetime of your policy. A material fact is anything that may influence an Insurers judgement in their assessment of your policy, and should include all incidents/losses that you have dealt with yourself without involving an Insurer. A material fact could include changes to your business activity, criminal convictions or any financial issues such a potential bankruptcies or CCJ’s. If you are unsure as to whether a fact is material, we recommend that it be disclosed. Failure to disclose may entitle the Insurers to refuse to pay part or all of any subsequent claims. Misrepresentations Act (Consumers only) You are respectfully reminded of your duty to take reasonable care not to make a misrepresentation in any information that is provided by you to insurers and to answer all questions asked by insurers honestly. Under the Consumer Insurance (Disclosure and Representations) Xxx 0000, a misrepresentation may amount to a failure to comply with a request from an insurer for confirmation, or amendment, of details previously provided by you. Please be aware that the duty to take care not to make a misrepresentation exists not just prior to any placement being effected but also at any subsequent renewal and any variation of the contract terms during the period of insurance. In the event of a deliberate or reckless misrepresentation, insurers may avoid the contract. Under the Consumer Insurer (Disclosure and Representations) Xxx 0000, a deliberate or reckless misrepresentation is a misrepresentation where you know it to be untrue or misleading (or do not care either way) and that you know (or do not care) that the matter to which it relates is relevant to insurers. Insurers may also avoid the contract where a careless misrepresentation has been made. A careless misrepresentation is a misrepresentation that is neither deliberate nor reckless. In such instances, if insurers would not have entered into the contract had the careless misrepresentation not been made, then insurers may be entitled to avoid the contract. However, if insurers would have imposed different terms had the careless misrepresentation not been made, then insurers may be entitled to treat the contract as if those terms applied.
DUTY TO DISCLOSE. During the term of this Contract, District Defender has an affirmative duty to inform the LPDB, the State Public Defender, the LPDB staff and/or the regional director (if and when applicable), of any problems, delays and/or adverse conditions (including, but not limited to, ethical conflicts of interest) that may materially affect the District Defender’s ability to attain the goals and objectives set forth herein, or that will preclude the delivery of the deliverables set forth herein. The District Defender’s disclosure shall be accompanied by a statement describing the action taken by the District Defender and any assistance that may be needed to resolve the situation.