Complaints Investigation An employee who complains of harassment under the provisions of the Human Rights Code of British Columbia may refer the complaint to either one or other of the following processes:
Provide Information Except as set forth in Section 16, Parent, SpinCo and Acquiror shall keep each other reasonably informed with respect to any material development relating to the matters subject to this Agreement.
Investigations The respective representations and warranties of the Parties contained in this Agreement or any certificate or other document delivered by any Party at or prior to the Closing and the rights to indemnification set forth in Article XI shall not be deemed waived or otherwise affected by any investigation made, or knowledge acquired, by a Party.
Monitor Monitor means to re-assess or re-evaluate, at reasonable intervals, a decision, determination or analysis previously made.
Independent Investigation Subscriber, in making the decision to purchase the Units, has relied upon an independent investigation of the Company and has not relied upon any information or representations made by any third parties or upon any oral or written representations or assurances from the Company, its officers, directors or employees or any other representatives or agents of the Company, other than as set forth in this Agreement. Subscriber is familiar with the business, operations and financial condition of the Company and has had an opportunity to ask questions of, and receive answers from the Company’s officers and directors concerning the Company and the terms and conditions of the offering of the Units and has had full access to such other information concerning the Company as Subscriber has requested. Subscriber confirms that all documents that it has requested have been made available and that Subscriber has been supplied with all of the additional information concerning this investment which Subscriber has requested.
Investigation (a) Each of the Company and Parent shall afford the other party and to the officers, employees, accountants, consultants, legal counsel, financial advisors and agents and other representatives (collectively, “Representatives”) of such other party reasonable access during normal business hours, throughout the period prior to the earlier of the Effective Time and the Termination Date, to its and its Subsidiaries’ personnel, properties, contracts, commitments, books and records and any report, schedule or other document filed or received by it pursuant to the requirements of applicable Laws for purposes of integration planning. Notwithstanding the foregoing, neither the Company nor Parent shall be required to afford such access if it would (i) unreasonably disrupt the operations of such party or any of its Subsidiaries, (ii) cause a violation of any agreement to which such party or any of its Subsidiaries is a party (provided that Parent or the Company, as the case may be, shall use reasonable best efforts to implement procedures to provide the access or information contemplated by this Section 5.3 without violating such agreement), or (iii) cause a risk of a loss of privilege to such party or any of its Subsidiaries or would constitute a violation of any applicable Law.
Enquiries All enquiries relating to this Agreement should be addressed to Student Services at the Arts University Bournemouth campus and no variation to this Agreement will be valid unless it has been confirmed in writing by a member of the Student Services on behalf of the Arts University Bournemouth. SCHEDULE 1 Rights granted to the Student Subject to the Student complying with all proper rules and regulations imposed by the Arts University Bournemouth the non-exclusive right, together with the Arts University Bournemouth and all others who are so authorised by the Arts University Bournemouth, the right to:- 1 use the Common Parts for their proper purposes during such hours as the Arts University Bournemouth designate. 2 deposit normal non-toxic rubbish in any receptacles provided by the Arts University Bournemouth.