Books, Records and Inspections The Borrower will, and will cause each of its Subsidiaries to, (i) keep proper books of record and account, in which full and correct entries shall be made of all financial transactions and the assets and business of the Borrower or such Subsidiaries, as the case may be, in accordance with GAAP; and (ii) permit, upon at least five Business Days' notice to the Chief Financial Officer or any other Authorized Officer of the Borrower, officers and designated representatives of the Administrative Agent to visit and inspect any of the properties or assets of the Borrower and any of its Subsidiaries in whomsoever's possession (but only to the extent the Borrower or such Subsidiary has the right to do so to the extent in the possession of another person), to examine the books of account of the Borrower and any of its Subsidiaries, and to make copies thereof and take extracts therefrom, and to discuss the affairs, finances and accounts of the Borrower and of any of its Subsidiaries with, and be advised as to the same by, its and their officers and independent accountants and independent actuaries, if any, all at such reasonable times and intervals and to such reasonable extent as the Administrative Agent may request.
Books and Records; Inspection and Examination The Borrower will keep accurate books of record and account for itself pertaining to the Collateral and pertaining to the Borrower's business and financial condition and such other matters as the Lender may from time to time request in which true and complete entries will be made in accordance with GAAP and, upon the Lender's request, will permit any officer, employee, attorney or accountant for the Lender to audit, review, make extracts from or copy any and all corporate and financial books and records of the Borrower at all times during ordinary business hours, to send and discuss with account debtors and other obligors requests for verification of amounts owed to the Borrower, and to discuss the Borrower's affairs with any of its directors, officers, employees or agents. The Borrower will permit the Lender, or its employees, accountants, attorneys or agents, to examine and inspect any Collateral, other collateral covered by the Security Documents or any other property of the Borrower at any time during ordinary business hours.
RECORDS AND INSPECTIONS Consultant shall maintain full and accurate records with respect to all matters covered under this Agreement for a period of three years after the expiration or termination of this Agreement. City shall have the right to access and examine such records, without charge, during normal business hours. City shall further have the right to audit such records, to make transcripts therefrom and to inspect all program data, documents, proceedings, and activities.
Records and Inspection The LLC shall maintain at its place of business the Articles of Organization, any amendments thereto, this Agreement, and all other LLC records required to be kept by the Act, and the same shall be subject to inspection and copying at the reasonable request, and the expense, of any Member.
Inspection of Records and Reports Every Trustee shall have the right at any reasonable time to inspect all books, records, and documents of every kind and the physical properties of the Trust. This inspection by a Trustee may be made in person or by an agent or attorney and the right of inspection includes the right to copy and make extracts of documents. No Shareholder shall have any right to inspect any account, book or document of the Trust that is not publicly available, except as conferred by the Trustees. The books and records of the Trust may be kept at such place or places as the Board of Trustees may from time to time determine, except as otherwise required by law.
Records and Audit/Inspections 6.13.1 A-E shall keep an accurate record of time expended by A-E and/or consultants employed by A-E in the performance of this CONTRACT.
Maintaining Records; Access to Properties and Inspections Maintain all financial records in accordance with GAAP and permit any persons designated by the Administrative Agent or, upon the occurrence and during the continuance of an Event of Default, any Lender to visit and inspect the financial records and the properties of Holdings (prior to a Qualified IPO), the Borrower or any of the Subsidiaries at reasonable times, upon reasonable prior notice to Holdings (prior to a Qualified IPO) or the Borrower, and as often as reasonably requested and to make extracts from and copies of such financial records, and permit any persons designated by the Administrative Agent or, upon the occurrence and during the continuance of an Event of Default, any Lender upon reasonable prior notice to Holdings (prior to a Qualified IPO) or the Borrower to discuss the affairs, finances and condition of Holdings (prior to a Qualified IPO), the Borrower or any of the Subsidiaries with the officers thereof and independent accountants therefor (so long as the Borrower has the opportunity to participate in any such discussions with such accountants), in each case, subject to reasonable requirements of confidentiality, including requirements imposed by law or by contract.
Information and Inspection Debtor shall (i) promptly furnish Lender any information with respect to the Collateral reasonably requested by Lender; (ii) allow Lender or its representatives to inspect the Collateral, during business hours and wherever located, and to inspect and copy, or furnish Lender or its representatives with copies of, all records relating to the Collateral and the Obligation; (iii) promptly furnish Lender or its representatives such information as Lender may request to identify the Collateral, at the time and in the form requested by Lender; and (iv) deliver upon request to Lender shipping and delivery receipts evidencing the shipment of goods and invoices evidencing the receipt of, and the payment for, the Collateral.
Records; Audits 6.7.1. Each Party shall keep, and shall cause its Affiliates, agents and sublicensees to keep, full and accurate records and books of account containing all particulars that may be necessary for the purpose of calculating Direct Development Costs (including Development Payments), Direct Commercialization Costs, Gross Sales, Net Sales, and Net Profits or Net Losses for Products to be received or borne by the Parties pursuant to this Agreement, including, but not limited to, inventory, purchase and invoice records, manufacturing records, sales analysis, general ledgers, financial statements, and tax returns relating to Products. Such books of account, with all necessary supporting data, shall be kept by each Party at its place of business for the three (3) years next following the end of the calendar year to which each shall pertain. Each Party (the “Audited Party”) shall permit an independent accounting firm selected by the other Party (the “Auditing Party”) and reasonably acceptable to the Audited Party, which acceptance shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed, to have access during normal business hours to such records as may be reasonably necessary to verify the accuracy of the Audited Party’s reports of Direct Development Costs, Direct Commercialization Costs, Gross Sales, Net Sales, and Net Profits or Net Losses as provided herein. All such verifications shall be conducted at the expense of the Auditing Party and not more than once in each calendar year. In the event such audit concludes that adjustments should be made in the Auditing Party’s favor, then any appropriate payments (plus accrued interest at a rate announced by the Bank of America as its prime rate in effect on the date that such payment was first due plus three percent (3%) for the period starting from the date the payment was first due ending on the date the payment was made) shall be paid by the Audited Party within thirty (30) days of the date the Audited Party receives the Auditing Party’s accounting firm’s written report so concluding, unless the Audited Party shall have a good faith dispute as to the conclusions set forth in such written report, in which case the audited Party shall provide written notice to the Auditing Party within such thirty (30) day period of the nature of its disagreement with such written report. The Parties shall thereafter, for a period of sixty (60) days, attempt in good faith to resolve such dispute and if they are unable to do so then the matter will be submitted to dispute resolution in accordance with Section 12.7 hereof. The fees charged by such accounting firm shall be paid by the Auditing Party unless the audit discloses that adjustments in favor of the Auditing Party for the period are five percent (5%) or more of the aggregate amount paid or payable by the Audited Party to the Auditing Party during the period, in which case the Audited Party shall pay the reasonable fees and expenses charged by such accounting firm. The Parties agree that all information subject to review under this Section 6.7 is confidential and that it shall cause its accounting firm to retain all such information subject to the confidentiality restrictions of Article 8 hereof.
Records; Visits The books and records pertaining to the Fund, which are in the possession or under the control of PFPC, shall be the property of the Fund. Such books and records shall be prepared and maintained as required by the 1940 Act and other applicable securities laws, rules and regulations. The Fund and Authorized Persons shall have access to such books and records at all times during PFPC's normal business hours. Upon the reasonable request of the Fund, copies of any such books and records shall be provided by PFPC to the Fund or to an Authorized Person, at the Fund's expense.