Fines and Penalties Sample Clauses

Fines and Penalties. There has been no act or omission by the Company, any Subsidiary, or the Sellers or any ERISA affiliate that has given rise to or may give rise to fines, penalties, taxes, or related charges under Sections 502 and 4071 of ERISA or Chapter 43 of the Code.
Fines and Penalties. Resident is responsible for any fines or other costs occasioned by violations of the law by Resident or Resident’s guests on the premises or property while Resident is in possession. If any such fines or costs are levied against Owner/Agent, Resident agrees to pay such fines or costs attributed to Resident’s tenancy or the conduct of Resident, Resident’s guests or others at the premises, upon receipt of an invoice from Owner/Agent. The obligation to pay fines and costs assessed against Owner/Agent may be in addition to any assessed directly against Resident.
Fines and Penalties. (a) Without limiting a Party's rights under Section 6.2.3(b), each Party shall pay all fines and penalties incurred by such Party on account of noncompliance by such Party with Requirements of Law in respect to this Agreement, except where such fines and penalties are being contested in good faith through appropriate proceedings.
Fines and Penalties. Contractor shall be responsible and solely liable for the payment of any assessments, penalties, or other fines imposed by any federal, state, or local agency, and for any violation of any federal, state, or local law or regulation arising out of Contractor’s performance of the Work hereunder. Contractor shall provide Owner with a copy of all such violations or citations issued by any federal, state or local agency immediately upon receipt and fully inform Owner of the circumstances surrounding such issuance. Owner may compromise and settle any claims for fines or penalties without the approval of the Contractor.
Fines and Penalties. There has been no act or omission by Company or any ERISA Affiliate that has given rise to or may give rise to fines, penalties, taxes, or related charges under Section 502(c) or (k) or Section 4071 of ERISA or Chapter 43 of the Code.
Fines and Penalties. 11.7.1. MMC shall pay when due all fines, penalties, or legal costs incurred by MMC or for which MMC is legally responsible for noncompliance by MMC, its agents, employees, contractors or subcontractors, with respect to any provision hereof, any agreement, commitment, obligation or liability incurred in connection with this Agreement or the Facility or any Requirements of Law, except where such fines, penalties or legal costs are being contested in good faith by MMC, its agents or contractors through appropriate proceedings and MMC has set aside and funded adequate reserves or posted security to cover such fines, penalties or legal costs in the event of an adverse determination to the extent required under generally accepted accounting principles.
Fines and Penalties. 6.34.5.1 Seller shall pay when due, and in no event later than thirty (30) days of assessment, all fines, penalties, or legal costs incurred by Seller or for which Seller is legally responsible for noncompliance by Seller, its agents, employees, contractors or subcontractors, with any provision of this Agreement, any agreement, commitment, obligation or liability incurred in connection with this Agreement or the Facility or any Requirements of Law, except where such fines, penalties or legal costs are being contested in good faith by Seller, its agents or contractors through appropriate proceedings with (i) adequate reserves set aside, or
Fines and Penalties. Any fines and/or penalties for failure by Proprius to comply with any requirement or regulation shall be the sole responsibility of Proprius.
Fines and Penalties. There has been no act or omission by the Company, any Subsidiary of the Company or any ERISA Affiliate that has given rise to or may give rise to fines, penalties, taxes, or related charges under Section 502(c) or (i) or Section 4071 of ERISA or Chapter 43 of the Code, which fines, penalties, taxes or related charges, individually or in the aggregate, could reasonably be expected to have a Company Material Adverse Effect.
Fines and Penalties. 10.1.11 Except for Early Work, the cost of Preconstruction Phase Services.