Engagement of Third Parties Sample Clauses

Engagement of Third Parties. For purposes of performing Services under this Agreement, the Service Provider may engage such Persons (including employees, consultants, clinical research organizations, vendors and other Third Parties) as it deems necessary or desirable; provided, however, that the Service Provider shall remain responsible for the performance of all such Services and shall be considered to engage with such Persons in its own name and on its own behalf.
Engagement of Third Parties. The Master Issuer Corporate Services Provider may appoint agents to perform any of the duties to be performed by the Master Issuer Corporate Services Provider, provided that the Master Issuer Corporate Services Provider remains liable for the performance of any duties by any agent as if such duty had been performed by the Master Issuer Corporate Services Provider itself. The Master Issuer Corporate Services Provider shall not be liable for any loss to the Master Issuer arising from the negligence, fraud or wilful misconduct of any delegate appointed pursuant to this Clause 8 in the event that the Master Issuer has given its written consent to such appointment, except to the extent such loss is caused by the gross negligence, wilful default, dishonesty or fraud of the Master Issuer Corporate Services Provider.
Engagement of Third Parties. The Substitute Administrator Facilitator may appoint agents to perform any of the duties to be performed by the Substitute Administrator Facilitator, provided that the Substitute Administrator Facilitator remains liable for the performance of any duties by any agent as if such duty had been performed by the Substitute Administrator Facilitator itself and provided that such appointment will not result in the Issuer, the Seller or the Trustee becoming subject to tax in any jurisdiction other than in the United Kingdom or suffering any additional taxes which the Issuer or the Trustee would not have suffered absent such appointment.
Engagement of Third Parties. (a) All Work and/or Services shall be performed solely by O&M Contractor or by those Subcontractors that Owner may from time to time allow by its prior written approval. No Owner approval shall relieve O&M Contractor of any of its obligations under this Agreement. O&M Contractor shall be responsible to Owner for Work performed by all of its Subcontractors to the same extent it is for activities performed by O&M Contractor’s employees. O&M Contractor shall remain liable for all acts, errors, omissions and negligence of all Subcontractors. O&M Contractor shall ensure that all of its agreements with its Subcontractors contain provisions which are in conformity with and no less stringent than the provisions of this Agreement between Owner and O&M Contractor. Lists of all Subcontractors, including expenditures with those Subcontractors, that qualify as such small or small disadvantaged businesses shall be supplied to Owner by O&M Contractor on a timely basis.
Engagement of Third Parties. 3.1 Unless otherwise agreed, instructions to third parties in the context of the performance of the work commissioned are given by or on behalf of the client. At the client’s request the Designer may act as an agent for the client’s account and risk. The parties may agree on a fee for such agency.
Engagement of Third Parties. Operator may engage or subcontract in the ordinary course of business and at Owner's expense such persons, corporations or other entities as Operator deems advisable for the purpose of performing or carrying out any of the obligations of Operator under this Agreement. Except in the case of an Emergency, before incurring an Expense in excess of $10,000, Operator shall obtain the prior written approval from Owner.
Engagement of Third Parties. The Company, may, from time to time, employ any Person or engage third parties to render services to the Company on such terms and for such compensation as the Member may reasonably determine, including, attorneys, investment consultants, brokers or finders, independent auditors and printers. Such employees and third parties may be affiliates of any Member. Persons retained, engaged or employed by the Company may also be engaged, retained or employed by and act on behalf of one or more Member or any of their respective affiliates.
Engagement of Third Parties. Except as otherwise provided herein, Operator may engage such persons, corporations or other entities, including Affiliates of Operator, as it deems advisable for the purpose of performing or carrying out any of the obligations of Operator under this Agreement, provided that Operator shall remain responsible for all obligations under this Agreement, and further provided that Operator shall not subcontract all or substantially all of its obligations under this Agreement without the prior written consent of Owner and Lender, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed.
Engagement of Third Parties. Under and in accordance with such guidelines as the Board may from time to time choose to establish, Manager shall have the right and authority to engage, on behalf of Company, and conduct business with, such consultants, accountants, correspondents, lenders, servicers, technical advisors, investment advisors, attorneys, brokers, underwriters, corporate fiduciaries, escrow agents, depositaries, custodians, agents for collection, insurers, insurance agents, banks, and other third parties (collectively, “Third Parties”) as Manager may determine to be necessary or desirable in connection with the provision of the services contemplated under this Agreement. Under and in accordance with such guidelines as the Board may from time to time choose to establish, Manager shall negotiate and enter into, on behalf of Company, any agreements with such Third Parties as Manager shall deem to be appropriate. Each Third Party selected and engaged by Manager shall be deemed to be an independent contractor of Company, with the authority to act as agent of Company only if and to the limited extent provided in such Third Party's agreement with Company and/or Manager (as agent of Company). Any Third Party engaged by Manager pursuant to this Section 3.1 may also be an Affiliate of Manager, provided that the terms of engagement of any such Affiliate shall be approved by the Board. All agreements that Manager enters into with any Third Parties shall be deemed to be for the account of Company. Except as provided in Section 5.2(2) hereof, all fees, charges and other amounts that become due and payable under such agreements with Third Parties shall be paid, subject to all applicable defenses, directly by Company to such Third Parties, and Manager shall have no liability for paying any of the same.