Electronic Documents Sample Clauses

Electronic Documents. We may make periodic statements, disclosures, notices, and other documents available to you electronically, and, subject to any delivery and receipt verification procedures required by law, you agree to receive such documents electronically and to check the statements for accuracy. If you believe any such statement contains incorrect information, you must follow the procedures set forth in the Related Agreement(s).
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Electronic Documents. Any document generated by the Parties with respect to this Agreement, including this Agreement, may be imaged and stored electronically and introduced as evidence in any proceeding as if original business records. Neither Party will object to the admissibility of such images as evidence in any proceeding on account of having been stored electronically.
Electronic Documents. Solely with respect to electronic documents included with the Software, you may make an unlimited number of copies (either in hardcopy or electronic form), provided that such copies shall be used only for internal purposes and are not republished or distributed to any third party.
Electronic Documents. If and to the extent that a Mortgage Note is an electronically signed document, then in lieu of delivery or endorsement of the Mortgage Note to the Trustee or Custodian, all necessary steps will be taken on the applicable Electronic Note Registry System for the Trustee to be considered in control of that Mortgage Note.
Electronic Documents. Bidders may be supplied with the original documents in electronic form to aid in the preparation of bid(s). By accepting these electronic documents, Bidders agree not to edit or change the language or format of these documents. Submission of a proposal by Bidder signifies full agreement with this requirement.
Electronic Documents. To the extent possible, and under the terms required by Client, Client and Xxxxxx Solutions may communicate by electronic means, including but not limited to facsimile documents. Both parties agree that: a signature or an identification code ("USERID") contained in an electronic document is legally sufficient to verify the sender's identity and the document's authenticity; an electronic document that contains a signature or USERID is a signed writing; and that an electronic document, or any computer printout of it, is an original when maintained in the normal course of business.
Electronic Documents. If the Owner requires that the Owner, Design Professional, and Construction Manager exchange documents and data in electronic or digital form, prior to any such exchange, the Owner, Design Professional and Construction Manager shall agree on a written protocol governing all exchanges, which, at a minimum, shall specify: (a) the definition of documents and data to be accepted in electronic or digital form or to be transmitted electronically or digitally; (b) management and coordination responsibilities; (c) necessary equipment, software and services; (d) acceptable formats, transmission methods and verification procedures; (e) methods for maintaining version control; (f) privacy and security requirements; and (g) storage and retrieval requirements. Except as otherwise agreed to by the Parties in writing, the Parties shall each bear their own costs as identified in the protocol. In the absence of a written protocol, use of documents and data in electronic or digital form shall be at the sole risk of the recipient.
Electronic Documents. The Architect shall not be required to provide Drawings, Specifications, or other documents to the Owner in electronic form nor shall the Owner be required to provide preparatory drawings or information to the Architect in electronic form unless the specific conditions governing the format of the electronic documents, any special limitations or licenses that may apply to their use, and the terms of compensation, if any, are established in the Special Provisions of the Agreement or an amendment to the Agreement.
Electronic Documents. Solely, with respect to electronic documents included with the PRODUCT, LICENSEE may make an unlimited number of copies (either in hard copy or electronic form), provided that such copies shall be used solely for internal purposes and are not republished or distributed to any THIRD PARTY.
Electronic Documents. This solicitation document is provided in an electronic format. Any unidentified alteration or modification to any solicitation documents, to any attachments, exhibits, forms, charts or illustrations contained herein shall be null and void. In those instances, where modifications are identified, the original document published by the State of Arizona shall take precedence. Offerors are responsible for clearly identifying any and all changes or modifications to any solicitations document upon submission to the State of Arizona.