JUDICIAL ORDER Sample Clauses

JUDICIAL ORDER. The fixed-time deposit may be terminated earlier under the order of a competent authority. In the event that the order affects only part of the deposit, it may be maintained over the sum not affected by the order, in the same terms and conditions as it was agreed at the time of opening, provided that, in accordance with the standards required by THE BANK, such sum is sufficient to qualify as a fixed-time deposit. Otherwise, the entire deposit shall terminate earlier, from the moment the order is received, and the unaffected sum shall be deposited into a savings account at the rate established to date by THE BANK for this type of accounts. In the absence of a savings account, the unaffected sum shall be delivered through a cashier’s check to the deposit holders.
JUDICIAL ORDER. In the event that Lead Provider or the Approved Affiliate Lead Provider, as applicable, is ordered to disclose the Confidential Information pursuant to a judicial or government request, requirement or order, Lead Provider or the Approved Affiliate Lead Provider, as applicable, shall promptly notify Company and take reasonable steps to assist Company, at Company's expense, in contesting such request, requirement or order or in otherwise protecting Company's rights prior to disclosure. If, after providing such notice and assistance as required herein, Lead Provider or the Approved Affiliate Lead Provider, as applicable, is required to disclose any Confidential Information, Lead Provider or the Approved Affiliate Lead Provider, as applicable, shall disclose no more than that portion of Confidential Information that is specifically required to be disclosed.
JUDICIAL ORDER. In the event that each Party is ordered to disclose the other Party’s Confidential Information pursuant to a judicial or government request, requirement or order, such Party shall promptly notify the other Party and shall take reasonable steps to assist the other Party in contesting such request, requirement or order or in otherwise protecting the other Party’s rights prior to disclosure.
JUDICIAL ORDER. In the event that the Receiving Party is ordered to disclose the Disclosing Party's Confidential Information pursuant to a judicial or government request, requirement or order, the Receiving Party will promptly notify the Disclosing Party and take reasonable steps to assist the Disclosing Party, at the Disclosing Party's expense, in contesting such request, requirement or order or in otherwise protecting the Disclosing Party's rights prior to disclosure.
JUDICIAL ORDER. Upon receipt by the Escrow Agent of a final and non-appealable judgment, order, decree or award of a court of competent jurisdiction (a “Court Order”), the Escrow Agent shall deliver the Escrow Funds in accordance with the Court Order. Any Court Order shall be accompanied by an opinion of counsel for the party presenting the Court Order to the Escrow Agent (which opinion shall be satisfactory to the Escrow Agent) to the effect that the court issuing the Court Order has competent jurisdiction and that the Court Order is final and non-appealable.
JUDICIAL ORDER. The obligation of nondisclosure in this Agreement shall not be breached by disclosure required in a judicial proceeding or governmental investigation, provided the Receiving Party gives the Disclosing Party prior written notice of such requirement and affords the Disclosing Party an opportunity to oppose such disclosure or seek a protective order.

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  • Reliance on Judicial Order or Certificate of Liquidating Agent Subject to Section 15.01, upon any payment or distribution of assets of the Company referred to in this Article XV, the Trustee and the Holders of the Securities shall be entitled to conclusively rely upon any order or decree entered by any court of competent jurisdiction in which such insolvency, bankruptcy, receivership, liquidation, reorganization, dissolution, winding up or similar case or proceeding is pending, or a certificate of the trustee in bankruptcy, liquidating trustee, custodian, receiver, assignee for the benefit of creditors, agent or other person making such payment or distribution, delivered to the Trustee or to the Holders of Securities, for the purpose of ascertaining the Persons entitled to participate in such payment or distribution, the holders of Senior Indebtedness and other indebtedness of the Company, the amount thereof or payable thereon, the amount or amounts paid or distributed thereon and all other facts pertinent thereto or to this Article XV.

  • Judicial Action Beneficiary shall have the right from time to time to sue Grantor for any sums (whether interest, damages for failure to pay principal or any installments thereof, taxes, or any other sums required to be paid under the terms of this Deed of Trust, as the same become due), without regard to whether or not any of the other Obligations shall be due, and without prejudice to the right of Beneficiary thereafter to enforce any appropriate remedy against Grantor, including an action of foreclosure or an action for specific performance, for a Default or Event of Default existing at the time such earlier action was commenced.

  • Judicial Actions Issuance of a notice of Lien, levy, assessment, injunction or attachment against any Borrower’s Inventory or Receivables or against a material portion of any Borrower’s other property which is not stayed or lifted within thirty (30) days;

  • Non-Judicial Remedies In granting to Secured Party the power to enforce its rights hereunder without prior judicial process or judicial hearing, Debtor expressly waives, renounces and knowingly relinquishes any legal right which might otherwise require Secured Party to enforce its rights by judicial process. Debtor recognizes and concedes that non-judicial remedies are consistent with the usage of trade, are responsive to commercial necessity and are the result of a bargain at arm's length. Nothing herein is intended to prevent Secured Party or Debtor from resorting to judicial process at either party's option.

  • Judicial or Administrative Proceedings CE may terminate the Agreement and this BAA, effective immediately, if (i) BA is named as defendant in a criminal proceeding for a violation of HIPAA, the HITECH Act, the HIPAA Regulations or other security or privacy laws or (ii) a finding or stipulation that the BA has violated any standard or requirement of HIPAA, the HITECH Act, the HIPAA Regulations or other security or privacy laws is made in any administrative or civil proceeding in which the party has been joined.

  • Judicial Remedies In the event of a breach or threatened breach by the Director of any provision of these restrictions, the Director recognizes the substantial and immediate harm that a breach or threatened breach will impose upon the Bank, and further recognizes that in such event monetary damages may be inadequate to fully protect the Bank. Accordingly, in the event of a breach or threatened breach of this Agreement, the Director consents to the Bank’s entitlement to such ex parte, preliminary, interlocutory, temporary or permanent injunctive, or any other equitable relief, protecting and fully enforcing the Bank’s rights hereunder and preventing the Director from further breaching any of his obligations set forth herein. The Director expressly waives any requirement based on any statute, rule of procedure, or other source that the Bank post a bond as a condition of obtaining any of the above-described remedies. Nothing herein shall be construed as prohibiting the Bank from pursuing any other remedies available to the Bank at law or in equity for such breach or threatened breach, including the recovery of damages from the Director. The Director expressly acknowledges and agrees that: (i) the restrictions set forth in Section 6.4 hereof are reasonable in terms of scope, duration, geographic area, or otherwise, (ii) the protections afforded the Bank in Section 6.4 hereof are necessary to protect its legitimate business interest, (iii) the restrictions set forth in Section 6.4 hereof will not be materially adverse to the Director’s service with the Bank, and (iv) his agreement to observe such restrictions forms a material part of the consideration for this Agreement.

  • Governing Law; Injunctive Relief; Consent to Jurisdiction; Waiver of Trial by Jury 9.9.1 THIS AGREEMENT AND ANY NON-CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT SHALL BE GOVERNED BY AND CONSTRUED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK (WITHOUT REGARD TO ANY PRINCIPLES OF CONFLICTS OF LAW THAT WOULD HAVE THE EFFECT OF GIVING EFFECT TO THE LAWS OF ANOTHER JURISDICTION).

  • Judicial Modification If any court determines that any of the covenants in Section 6, or any part of any of them, is invalid or unenforceable, the remainder of such covenants and parts thereof shall not thereby be affected and shall be given full effect, without regard to the invalid portion. If any court determines that any of such covenants, or any part thereof, is invalid or unenforceable because of the geographic or temporal scope of such provision, such court shall reduce such scope to the minimum extent necessary to make such covenants valid and enforceable.

  • California Judicial Reference If any action or proceeding is filed in a court of the State of California by or against any party hereto in connection with any of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement or any other Loan Document, (a) the court shall, and is hereby directed to, make a general reference pursuant to California Code of Civil Procedure Section 638 to a referee (who shall be a single active or retired judge) to hear and determine all of the issues in such action or proceeding (whether of fact or of law) and to report a statement of decision, provided that at the option of any party to such proceeding, any such issues pertaining to a “provisional remedy” as defined in California Code of Civil Procedure Section 1281.8 shall be heard and determined by the court, and (b) without limiting the generality of Section 10.04, the Borrower shall be solely responsible to pay all fees and expenses of any referee appointed in such action or proceeding.

  • Jury Duty and Court Appearances (a) Leave of absence without loss of pay and benefits will be provided to an employee summoned to serve on a jury or when subpoenaed or summoned as a witness in a criminal or civil proceeding not occasioned by the employee’s private affairs, or when the employee accompanies a dependent child when the child is subpoenaed or summoned to appear as a witness in a criminal or civil proceeding.