Indemnification Determinations Sample Clauses

Indemnification Determinations. Indemnification of an Indemnified Person pursuant to Section 8.4 shall be made if (a) the court or body before whom the proceeding is brought determines, in a final decision on the merits, that such Indemnified Person was not liable by reason of Disabling Conduct or (b) in the absence of such a determination, a majority of a quorum of disinterested, non-party Trustees or independent legal counsel in a written opinion make a reasonable determination, based upon a review of the facts, that such Indemnified Person was not liable by reason of Disabling Conduct. In making such a determination, the Board of Trustees of the Trust shall act in conformity with then applicable law and administrative interpretations, and shall afford a Trustee requesting indemnification who is not an “interested person” of the Trust, as defined in Section 2(a)(19) of the 1940 Act, a rebuttable presumption that such Trustee did not engage in disabling conduct while acting in his capacity as a Trustee.
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Indemnification Determinations. Indemnification of a Covered Person pursuant to Section 8.2 shall be made if (a) the court or body before whom the proceeding is brought determines, in a final decision on the merits, that such Covered Person was not liable by reason of Disabling Conduct or (b) in the absence of such a determination, a majority of a quorum of disinterested, non-party Trustees or independent legal counsel in a written opinion make a reasonable determination, based upon a review of the facts, that such Covered Person was not liable by reason of Disabling Conduct.
Indemnification Determinations. Indemnification of an Indemnified Person pursuant to Section 8.4 shall be made if (a) the court or body before whom the proceeding is brought determines, in a final decision on the merits, that such Indemnified Person was not liable by reason of Disabling Conduct or (b) in the absence of such a determination, a majority of
Indemnification Determinations. Upon request of Indemnitee, the Company, to the extent required by the DGCL, shall promptly (and in any event in accordance with the following timing requirements), make a determination in good faith as to whether with respect to the matter as to which such indemnification is requested Indemnitee satisfied the applicable standard for conduct established under the DGCL for indemnification, such determination to be made:
Indemnification Determinations. Indemnification of an Indemnified Person pursuant to Section 8.4 shall be made if (a) the court or body before whom the proceeding is brought determines, in a final decision on the merits, that such Indemnified Person was not liable by reason of Disabling Conduct, (b) dismissal of a court action or administrative proceeding against an Indemnified Person for insufficiency of evidence of Disabling Conduct, or (c) in the absence of such a determination, a majority of a quorum of disinterested, non-party Trustees or independent legal counsel in a written opinion make a reasonable determination, based upon a review of the facts, that such Indemnified Person was not liable by reason of Disabling Conduct.
Indemnification Determinations. Indemnification of an Indemnified Person pursuant to Section 4 shall be made if (a) the court or body before whom the proceeding is brought determines, in a final decision on the merits, that such Indemnified Person was not liable by reason of Disabling Conduct or (b) in the absence of such a determination, a majority of a quorum of disinterested, non-party Trustees or independent legal counsel in a written opinion make a reasonable determination, based upon a review of the facts, that such Indemnified Person was not liable by reason of Disabling Conduct.
Indemnification Determinations. 24 Section 8.4 Indemnification Not Exclusive..................... 24 Section 8.5 Shareholders...................................... 24
Indemnification Determinations. With respect to any losses (or portions thereof) contemplated by Section 6.01 which are not directly incurred by an indemnified party, but are instead indirectly incurred through a decrease in value to the Purchaser of its investment in the Company pursuant hereto, then the amount of the indemnification obligations with respect to such losses shall be equal to 10.75% of the difference, measured as of the Closing Date, between (a) the acquisition value of the Company as an entirety absent the circumstance or condition giving rise to such losses and (b) the actual acquisition value of the Company as an entirety in light of the circumstance or condition giving rise to such losses, taking into account in such calculation customary methods of valuation of companies on an acquisition basis. Such calculation shall be based upon methods of valuation which are consistent with a valuation of the Shares at $17.00 per Share at the Closing Date (which valuation at the Closing Date did not take into account any such circumstances or conditions).
Indemnification Determinations. Indemnifica-tion of the Covered Person pursuant to Section 6.4 shall be made if (a) the court or body before whom the proceeding is brought determines, in a final decision on the merits, that such Covered Person was not liable by reason of Disabling Conduct or (b) in the absence of such a determination, a majority of a quorum of disinterested, non-party Trustees or independent legal counsel in a written opinion make a reasonable determination, based upon a review of the facts, that such Covered Person was not liable by reason of Disabling Conduct.
Indemnification Determinations. Section 8.6 Indemnification Not Exclusive