Establishment and Maintenance of Records GRANTEE shall maintain records, including but not limited to, books, financial records, supporting documents, statistical records, personnel, property, and all other pertinent records sufficient to reflect properly:
Operation and Maintenance 17.1 O&M obligations of the Concessionaire
Repairs and Maintenance Grantor agrees to keep and maintain, and to cause others to keep and maintain, the Collateral in good order, repair and condition at all times while this Agreement remains in effect. Grantor further agrees to pay when due all claims for work done on, or services rendered or material furnished in connection with the Collateral so that no lien or encumbrance may ever attach to or be filed against the Collateral.
Repair and Maintenance Except in the case of damage to or destruction of the Leased Premises, the Building, the Outside Areas or the Property caused by an act of God or other peril, in which case the provisions of Article 10 shall control, the parties shall have the following obligations and responsibilities with respect to the repair and maintenance of the Leased Premises, the Building, the Outside Areas, and the Property.
Operations and Maintenance Pursuant to Section 10.5 of this Agreement, Developer shall pay the reasonable expenses (including overheads) for the operation, maintenance, repair and replacement of Transmission Owner’s Attachment Facilities and incremental operating and maintenance expenses incurred in association with System Upgrade Facilities, if and to the extent provided for under Attachment S. For Transmission Owner’s Attachment Facilities, such expenses are calculated as follows:
RECORDS MANAGEMENT AND MAINTENANCE A. CONTRACTOR, its officers, agents, employees and subcontractors shall, throughout the term of this Agreement, prepare, maintain and manage records appropriate to the services provided and in accordance with this Agreement and all applicable requirements.
USE AND MAINTENANCE (a) Lessee shall (i) use the Equipment solely in the conduct of its business, for the purpose for which the Equipment was designed, in a careful and proper manner and not discontinue use of the Equipment; (ii) operate, maintain, inspect, service, repair, overhaul and test the Equipment, and maintain all records, logs and other materials relating thereto, in accordance with (1) all maintenance and operating manuals or service agreements, whenever furnished or entered into, including any subsequent amendments, supplements, renewals or replacements thereof, issued by the manufacturer or service provider, (2) the requirements of all applicable insurance policies, (3) the Purchase Documents, so as to preserve all of Lessee's and Lessor's rights thereunder, including all rights to any warranties, indemnities or other rights or remedies, (4) Applicable Laws, and (5) consistent with the prudent practice of other similar companies in the same business as Lessee, but in any event, to no lesser standard than that employed by Lessee for comparable equipment owned or leased by it; (iii) not change the location of any Equipment as specified in the Equipment Schedule without the prior written consent of Lessor; (iv) not attach or incorporate the Equipment to or in any other item of equipment in such a manner that the Equipment may be deemed to have become an accession to or a part of such other item of equipment; (v) cause each principal item of the Equipment to be continually marked, in a plain and distinct manner, with the name of Lessor or its designee followed by the words "Owner and Lessor," or other appropriate words designated by Lessor on labels furnished by Lessor, and (vi) cause the Equipment to be kept and maintained in good operating condition and in the same condition as when delivered to Lessee hereunder, except for ordinary wear and tear resulting despite Lessee's full compliance with the terms hereof. With respect to Lessee's agreement in subclause (ii) above to maintain, inspect, service, repair, overhaul and test each item of Equipment in accordance with sub-subclauses (1), (3) and (5), Lessee shall undertake and be responsible for the foregoing in exchange for a credit to Lessee's rental obligations the amount of which has been calculated and agreed to by both Lessee and Lessor as fair and complete consideration for such undertaking and responsibility as it may now and hereafter exist (including the payment of all charges, fees, costs and expenses relating thereto), and accounted for in the amount of Basic Rent Lessee has agreed to pay for such item of Equipment by its execution and delivery of the Equipment Schedule relating thereto. In furtherance of the foregoing, Lessee acknowledges and agrees that (A) the credit provided for in the preceding sentence shall fully discharge Lessor for all purposes from performing or complying with any of the obligations specified in such sentence (to the extent Lessor would be deemed to have had any responsibility therefor), and (B) it shall also undertake, be responsible for and otherwise fully perform and comply with all of the obligations provided for herein that are not specified in the preceding sentence, and that it shall not be entitled to any credit or other compensation with respect thereto, nor shall Lessor have any responsibility to Lessee or any other person with respect to the performance or non-performance of, or compliance or non-compliance with, any of such obligations, or any other obligations not expressly assumed by it hereunder.
Support and Maintenance 3.1. License fees paid for the Capacity Rental License include the support and maintenance services provided by ISB under the terms and conditions of Addendum 2 to this License Agreement.
Operation and Maintenance Manuals Receipts for transmittal of Operation and Maintenance Manuals, Brochures and Data to the Design Professional (or Commissioning Agent) as required by Section 188.8.131.52.
Prosecution and Maintenance Each party retains the sole right to protect at its sole discretion the Intellectual Property and Technology owned by such party, including, without limitation, deciding whether to file and prosecute applications to register patents, copyrights and mask work rights included in such Intellectual Property, whether to abandon prosecution of such applications, and whether to discontinue payment of any maintenance or renewal fees with respect to any patents included in such Intellectual Property.