EXAMINE Sample Clauses

EXAMINE. 2.03.01 The Contractor shall examine the equipment at regular intervals sufficient to preserve the life of the equipment.

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  • Examination of Books and Records At reasonable times and upon reasonable notice, Lender, its agents, accountants and attorneys shall have the right to examine the records, books, management and other papers of Borrower which reflect upon their financial condition, at the Property or at any office regularly maintained by Borrower where the books and records are located. Lender and its agents shall have the right to make copies and extracts from the foregoing records and other papers. In addition, at reasonable times and upon reasonable notice, Lender, its agents, accountants and attorneys shall have the right to examine and audit the books and records of Borrower pertaining to the income, expenses and operation of the Property during reasonable business hours at any office of Borrower where the books and records are located. This Section 7.6 shall apply throughout the term of the Note and without regard to whether an Event of Default has occurred or is continuing.

  • Corporate Books and Records The Company has furnished to Buyer true and complete copies of (a) the articles of incorporation and bylaws of the Company as currently in effect, including all amendments thereto, (b) the minute books of the Company and (c) the stock transfer books of the Company. Such minutes reflect all meetings of the Company’s shareholders, Board of Directors and any committees thereof since the Company’s inception, and such minutes accurately reflect the events of and actions taken at such meetings. Such stock transfer books accurately reflect all issuances and transfers of shares of capital stock of the Company since its inception.

  • Inspection of Books and Records Contractor will permit County, or any duly authorized agent of County, to inspect and examine the books and records of Contractor for the purpose of verifying the amount of work performed under the Scope of Services. County’s right to inspect survives the termination of this Agreement for a period of four years.

  • Inspection The Issuer agrees that, on reasonable prior notice, it will permit any representative of the Indenture Trustee, during the Issuer’s normal business hours, to examine all the books of account, records, reports and other papers of the Issuer, to make copies and extracts therefrom, to cause (at the expense of the requesting party) such books to be audited by Independent certified public accountants, and to discuss the Issuer’s affairs, finances and accounts with the Issuer’s officers, employees, and Independent certified public accountants, all at such reasonable times and as often as may be reasonably requested. The Indenture Trustee shall and shall cause its representatives to hold in confidence all such information except to the extent disclosure may be required by law (and all reasonable applications for confidential treatment are unavailing) and except to the extent that the Indenture Trustee may reasonably determine that such disclosure is consistent with its obligations hereunder.

  • Books and Records In compliance with the requirements of Rule 31a-3 under the 1940 Act, the Sub-Advisor hereby agrees that all records which it maintains for the Fund are the property of the Trust and further agrees to surrender promptly to the Trust any of such records upon the Trust’s request. The Sub-Advisor further agrees to preserve for the periods prescribed by Rule 31a-2 under the 1940 Act the records required to be maintained by Rule 31a-1 under the 1940 Act with respect to the services provided by the Sub-Advisor hereunder.

  • Landlord’s Books and Records Within one hundred twenty (120) days after receipt by Tenant of a Statement, if Tenant disputes the amount of Additional Rent set forth in the Statement, a member of Tenant’s finance department, or an independent certified public accountant (which accountant is a member of a nationally recognized accounting firm and is not working on a contingency fee basis) (“Tenant’s Accountant”), designated and paid for by Tenant, may, after reasonable notice to Landlord and at reasonable times, inspect Landlord’s records with respect to the Statement at Landlord’s offices, provided that there is no existing Event of Default and Tenant has paid all amounts required to be paid under the applicable Estimate Statement and Statement, as the case may be. In connection with such inspection, Tenant and Tenant’s agents must agree in advance to follow Landlord’s reasonable rules and procedures regarding inspections of Landlord’s records, and shall execute a commercially reasonable confidentiality agreement regarding such inspection. Tenant’s failure to dispute the amount of Additional Rent set forth in any Statement within one hundred twenty (120) days of Tenant’s receipt of such Statement shall be deemed to be Tenant’s approval of such Statement and Tenant, thereafter, waives the right or ability to dispute the amounts set forth in such Statement. If after such inspection, Tenant still disputes such Additional Rent, a determination as to the proper amount shall be made, at Tenant’s expense, by an independent certified public accountant (the “Accountant”) selected by Landlord and subject to Tenant’s reasonable approval; provided that if such Accountant determines that Direct Expenses were overstated by more than five percent (5%), then the cost of the Accountant and the cost of such determination shall be paid for by Landlord, and Landlord shall reimburse Tenant for the cost of the Tenant’s Accountant (provided that such cost shall be a reasonable market cost for such services). Tenant hereby acknowledges that Tenant’s sole right to inspect Landlord’s books and records and to contest the amount of Direct Expenses payable by Tenant shall be as set forth in this Section 4.6, and Tenant hereby waives any and all other rights pursuant to applicable law to inspect such books and records and/or to contest the amount of Direct Expenses payable by Tenant.

  • Books and Records; Accountants (a) Maintain proper books of record and account, in which full, true and correct entries in conformity with GAAP consistently applied shall be made of all financial transactions and matters involving the assets and business of the Loan Parties or such Subsidiary, as the case may be; and (ii) maintain such books of record and account in material conformity with all applicable requirements of any Governmental Authority having regulatory jurisdiction over the Loan Parties or such Subsidiary, as the case may be.

  • Access to Books and Records From and after the Closing, upon reasonable notice, Acquiror shall, and shall cause each of its Subsidiaries to, provide Seller and its authorized Representatives with reasonable access (for the purposes of examining and copying), during normal business hours, to the books and records of Company and its Subsidiaries in connection with any matter relating to or arising out of this Agreement or the transactions contemplated by this Agreement or with respect to periods or occurrences prior to or on the Closing Date; provided, however, that such access does not unreasonably interfere with the normal business operations of Acquiror. Unless otherwise consented to in writing by Seller, Acquiror shall not, and shall not permit any of its Subsidiaries to, for a period of seven (7) years following the Closing Date, destroy, alter or otherwise dispose of any of the books and records of any of its Subsidiaries (relating to the Business) for any period prior to the Closing Date without first giving reasonable prior notice to Seller and offering to surrender to Seller such books and records or any portion thereof which Acquiror or any of its Subsidiaries may intend to destroy, alter or dispose of.

  • Books, Records and Inspections The Parent will, and will cause each of its Subsidiaries to, keep proper books of record and account in which full, true and correct entries, in conformity in all material respects with GAAP and all requirements of law, shall be made of all dealings and transactions in relation to its business. The Parent will, and will cause each of its Subsidiaries to, permit officers and designated representatives of the Administrative Agent and the Lenders as a group to visit and inspect, during regular business hours and under guidance of officers of the Parent or any of its Subsidiaries, any of the properties of the Parent or its Subsidiaries, and to examine the books of account of the Parent or such Subsidiaries and discuss the affairs, finances and accounts of the Parent or such Subsidiaries with, and be advised as to the same by, its and their officers and, in the presence of the Parent, independent accountants, all upon reasonable advance notice and at such reasonable times and intervals and to such reasonable extent as the Administrative Agent or the Required Lenders may request; provided that, unless an Event of Default exists and is continuing at such time, the Administrative Agent and the Lenders shall not be entitled to request more than two such visitations and/or examinations in any fiscal year of the Parent.

  • Books and Records; Inspection The Parent will keep, and will cause each of its Subsidiaries to keep, proper books of record and account in all material respects, in which materially proper and correct entries shall be made of all financial transactions and the assets, liabilities and business of the Parent and its Subsidiaries in accordance with GAAP. The Parent will, and will cause each of its Subsidiaries to, permit officers and designated representatives of the Facility Agent at the reasonable request of any Lead Arranger to visit and inspect, under guidance of officers of the Parent or such Subsidiary, any of the properties of the Parent or such Subsidiary, and to examine the books of account of the Parent or such Subsidiary and discuss the affairs, finances and accounts of the Parent or such Subsidiary with, and be advised as to the same by, its and their officers and independent accountants, all upon reasonable prior notice and at such reasonable times and intervals and to such reasonable extent as the Facility Agent at the reasonable request of any such Lead Arranger may reasonably request.