Manifest Error. 1. We reserve the right to, without your consent, either void from the outset or amend the terms of any Transaction containing or based on any error that we reasonably believe to be obvious or palpable (a ‘Manifest Error’ and any such Transaction a ‘Manifestly Erroneous Transaction’). If, in our discretion, we choose to amend the terms of any such Manifestly Erroneous Transaction, the amended level will be such level as we reasonably believe would have been fair at the time the Transaction was entered into. In deciding whether an error is a Manifest Error we shall act reasonably and we may take into account any relevant information including, without limitation, the state of the Underlying Market at the time of the error or any error in, or lack of clarity of, any information source or pronouncement upon which we base our quoted prices. Any financial commitment that you have entered into or refrained from entering into in reliance on a Transaction with us will not be taken into account in deciding whether or not there has been a Manifest Error.
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Manifest Error. 15.1. A Manifest Error is an error, omission or misquote (including any misquote by our dealer) which by fault of either of us or any third party is materially and clearly incorrect when taking into account market conditions and quotes in Markets or Underlying Instruments which prevailed at that time. It may include an incorrect price, date, time or Market or any error or lack of clarity of any information, source, commentator, official, official result or pronouncement.
Manifest Error. 13.1. We may, without your consent, either determine a Transaction or Open Position from the outset or at any time amend the terms of any Transaction containing or based on any error that we reasonably believe to be a Manifest Error.
Manifest Error. An error, omission or obvious misquote by us, or any Market, price providing bank, information source, commentator, announcement, or official with whom we reasonably rely, having regard to the current Market conditions at the time an order is placed (a “Manifest Error”). A Manifest Error may include an incorrect price, date, time or Market, or any error or lack of clarity of any information, source, commentator, official result or announcement. When determining whether a situation amounts to a Manifest Error, we may take into account all information in our possession including, without limitation, information concerning all relevant Markets conditions and any error in, or lack of clarity of, any information source or announcement.
Manifest Error. 19.1 The Company reserves the right to void ab initio any Contract involving or deriving from a manifest error. A “
Manifest Error. To the extent it is determined in the period of time between the Signing Date and the applicable Other Implementation Date that the listing of a Subject Loan on a Schedule to this Agreement is the result of manifest error, the Parties agree to cooperate in good faith to correct such error, it being understood that if the applicable Other Implementation Date has occurred, and the Parties continue to dispute the listing of any Subject Loan, then Section 11(c) shall apply to such continuing dispute. For the avoidance of doubt, this Section 3(c) does not apply to a change in Category of a Subject Loan, any such change being subject to Section 3(a)(ii).
Manifest Error. 184.108.40.206. We reserve the right to unilaterally either void from the outset or amend retroactively the conditions of any Transaction that contained or was based on any error that we reasonably believe to be obvious or palpable (a ‘Manifest Error’).
Manifest Error. 5.1. A manifest error means an obvious misquote by the firm or any market, exchange, bank, service provider, information source or other third party on whom we rely on to provide market pricing. When determining whether a situation amounts to a manifest error, we will take into consideration all information regarding relevant market conditions.
Manifest Error. If IUSA Owner in good faith (acting reasonably and for genuine reasons) considers that there is a manifest error on the face of an invoice, then provided it has notified TasNetworks of the error prior to the date for payment of the invoice, IUSA Owner may pay TasNetworks such amount as it considers to be due and payable, and refer the balance to TasNetworks for TasNetworks’ consideration. If TasNetworks disputes IUSA Owner’s assessment of the invoice, the provisions of clause 20(Dispute Resolution) will apply.