Liability for the Sample Clauses

Liability for the. K-Sure Premiums The Borrowers shall be responsible and shall bear the cost of the K-Sure Premium of each K‑Sure Insurance Policy and shall pay the relevant K-Sure Premium on the Drawdown Date relating to a Ship.

Related to Liability for the

  • Liability for Loss If Included Timber is destroyed or damaged by an unexpected event that significantly changes the nature of Included Timber, such as fire, wind, flood, insects, disease, or similar cause, the party holding title shall bear the timber value loss resulting from such destruction or damage; except that such losses after removal of timber from Sale Area, but before Scaling, shall be borne by Purchaser at Current Contract Rates and Required Deposits. Deterioration or loss of value of salvage timber is not an unexpected event, except for deterioration due to delay or interruption that qualifies for Contract Term Adjustment or under B8.33. In the event Included Timber to which Forest Service holds title is destroyed, Purchaser will not be obligated to remove and pay for such timber. In the event Included Timber to which Forest Service holds title is damaged, Contracting Officer shall make an appraisal to determine for each species the difference between the appraised unit value of Included Timber immediately prior to the value loss and the appraised unit value of timber after the loss. Current Contract Rates in effect at the time of the value loss shall be adjusted by differences to become the redetermined rates. There shall be no obligation for Forest Service to supply, or for Purchaser to accept and pay for, other timber in lieu of that destroyed or damaged. This Subsection shall not be construed to relieve either party of liability for negligence.

  • Liability for Taxes (i) Parent ----------- ------------------- shall be liable for and pay, and pursuant to Article XI shall indemnify and hold ---------- harmless each Buyer Group Member from and against any and all Losses and Expenses incurred by such Buyer Group Member in connection with or arising from, any and all Taxes (A) imposed on any Company pursuant to Treas. Reg. (S) 1.1502- 6 or similar provision of state or local law solely as a result of such Company having been a member of a group of corporations joining in filing Tax Returns on a consolidated, combined or unitary basis, (B) imposed on or with respect to any Company, for which any Company may otherwise be liable, or with respect to the HEA Membership Interests or the SMMSLP LP Interests, in each case described in this clause (B) for any taxable year or period that ends on or before the Closing Date and, with respect to any Straddle Period, the portion of such Straddle Period ending on and including the Closing Date, (C) arising solely from the termination, as of the Closing Date, of any Company that is a corporation as a member of the affiliated group (as defined in Section 1504 of the Code) of which Parent is the parent corporation, (D) arising from the distribution of or otherwise relating to the Excluded Assets or the Excluded Business or (E) that are Section 338(h)(10) Taxes; provided, however, that -------- ------- Parent shall not be liable for or pay, and shall not indemnify or hold harmless any Buyer Group Member from and against, (I) any incremental Taxes (other than Section 338(h)(10) Taxes) that result from any actual or deemed election under Section 338 of the Code or any similar provisions of state, local or foreign law as a result of the purchase of the Shares, the HEA Membership Interests or the SMMSLP LP Interests, or the deemed purchase of shares or equity of any Conveyed Companies Subsidiary, or that result from Buyer, any Affiliate of Buyer or any Company engaging in any activity or transaction (other than the activities and transactions contemplated by this Agreement) that would cause the transactions contemplated by this Agreement to be treated as a purchase or sale of assets of any Company (other than HEA) for federal, state or local Tax purposes, (II) any Taxes (other than Section 338(h)(10) Taxes) imposed on any Company, for which any Company may otherwise be liable or with respect to the HEA Membership Interests or the SMMSLP LP Interests as a result of actual transactions not in the ordinary course of business occurring on the Closing Date after the Closing, and (III) any Taxes shown as a liability or reserve on the Closing Date Balance Sheet and not excluded as a liability in determining Net Working Capital (the Taxes described in this proviso being referred to as "Excluded Taxes"). Parent -------------- shall be entitled to any refund of (or actual credit for when and as actually realized) Taxes for which it is liable under this Section 8.2(a). --------------

  • Liability for Damages 1. The Purchaser shall be liable for any damages sustained by the State arising from Purchaser’s breach of the terms of this Contract and the State may cause all or part of the performance bond to be forfeited to recover such damages.

  • Liability for Damage Each party shall be liable to the other for all damage to the property of the other negligently, recklessly or intentionally caused by that party (or their agents, employees or invitees), except to the extent the loss is insured and subrogation is waived under the owner's policy.

  • Liability for Breach Liabilities of the Seller for any breach or failure to perform any of the Seller’s covenants and agreements contained in, or made pursuant to, this Agreement, or, prior to the Closing Date, any other contract, whether or not assumed hereunder, including breach arising from assignment of contracts hereunder without consent of third parties.

  • Liability for Breach of Agreement 9.1 The Parties agree and confirm that, if either Party is in breach of any provisions herein or fails to perform its obligations hereunder, such breach or failure shall constitute a default under this Agreement, which shall entitle the non-defaulting Party to request the defaulting Party to rectify or remedy such default with a reasonable period of time. If the defaulting Party fails to rectify or remedy such default within the reasonable period of time or within 10 days of non-defaulting Party’s written notice requesting for such rectification or remedy, then the non-defaulting Party shall be entitled to elect the following remedial actions:

  • Liability for Breach of Contract 1. If the parties can not continue the performance of this agreement due to either party’s breach, the breaching party shall pay the other party liquidated damages equal to 10% of all amounts payable during the performance of this agreement.

  • Liability for Brokers’ Fees Buyer has not incurred any liability, contingent or otherwise, for brokers’ or finders’ fees relating to the transactions contemplated by this Agreement for which Seller shall have any responsibility whatsoever.

  • Liability for Past Records Neither the Custodian nor any Domestic Subcustodian shall have any liability in respect of any loss, damage or expense suffered by a Fund, insofar as such loss, damage or expense arises from the performance of the Custodian or any Domestic Subcustodian in reliance upon records that were maintained for such Fund by entities other than the Custodian or any Domestic Subcustodian prior to the Custodian's employment hereunder.

  • Liability for Certain Acts No Manager or Member has guaranteed or shall have any obligation with respect to the return of any Member’s Capital Contributions or profits from the operation of the Company. Notwithstanding the Act, no Manager or Member shall be liable to the Company or to any Member for any loss or damage sustained by the Company or any Member except loss or damage resulting from the willful misconduct or knowing violation of law by the Manager or a transaction for which the Manager received a personal benefit in material breach of the provisions of the Operating Agreement (each, a “Cause Act”). The Manager shall be entitled to rely on information, opinions, reports or statements, including but not limited to financial statements or other financial data prepared or presented by: (i) any one or more Members, Managers, Officers or employees of the Company whom the Manager reasonably believes to be reliable and competent in the matter presented, (ii) legal counsel, public accountants, or other persons as to matters the Manager reasonably believes are within the person’s professional or expert competence, or (iii) a committee of Managers of which he or she is not a member if the Manager reasonably believes the committee merits confidence.