Mutual Assistance Sample Clauses

Mutual Assistance. The parties agree, subject to further proceedings required by law, to take such actions, including the execution and delivery of such documents, instruments, petitions and certifications, as may be necessary or appropriate, from time to time, to carry out the terms, provisions and intent of this Agreement and to aid and assist each other in carrying out said terms, provisions and intent of this Agreement.
Mutual Assistance. The Parties will do all things reasonably necessary or appropriate to carry out the terms and provisions of this Agreement and to aid and assist each other in carrying out such terms and provisions.
Mutual Assistance. Each party shall assist the other in complying with all applicable requirements of the Data Protection Legislation. In particular, each party shall:
Mutual Assistance. Subsequent to the Closing, Seller on the one hand and Purchaser on the other, at their own cost, shall assist each other (including making records available) in the preparation of their respective tax returns and the filing and execution of tax elections, if required, as well as any audits or litigation that may ensue as a result of the filing thereof, to the extent that such assistance is reasonably requested.
Mutual Assistance. Each of the parties hereto agrees that they will mutually cooperate in the expeditious filing of all notices, reports and other filings with any Governmental Authority (including any such notices, reports or other filings to facilitate the transfer, reissuance or amendment of any Environmental Permits) required to be submitted jointly by any of the parties hereto in connection with the execution and delivery of this Agreement, the other agreements contemplated hereby and the consummation of the transactions contemplated hereby or thereby. Subsequent to the Closing, each of the parties hereto, at their own cost, will assist each other (including by the retention of records and the provision of access to relevant records) in the preparation of their respective Tax Returns and the filing and execution of Tax elections, if required, as well as in the defense of any audits or litigation that may ensue as a result of the filing thereof, to the extent that such assistance is reasonably requested.
Mutual Assistance. The Official Agency contracts for provision of services within its administrative area. Where requested and agreed, assistance may be provided to another Official Agency. An agreement under Section 85 or Section 86 of the Local Government Act 2001 shall be entered into between the Official Agency and at least one other County/City Council in consultation with the Authority to ensure continuity in provision of official food control services and to permit official controls by inspectors from the Official Agency in the area of another Local Authority and vice versa. The Official Agency will ensure such arrangements are in accordance with statutory requirements and best practice. This may necessitate travel outside the functional area of the local authority and shall be facilitated by the Official Agency. The Authority and the Official Agency shall work in partnership with other Local Authorities to develop enhanced collaboration with and between Local Authorities over the lifetime of this contract, so as to facilitate consistently effective implementation of the service contracts in place between the Authority and the Local Authorities. The enhanced collaboration will include an increased capability of the Official Agency to serve enforcement notices and enforce specialised areas of food legislation.
Mutual Assistance. The City, the TIRZ Board and the Developer shall do all things necessary or appropriate to carry out the terms and provisions of this Agreement and to aid and assist each other in carrying out the terms and provisions of this Agreement.
Mutual Assistance. The Indemnitor and Indemnitee shall reasonably cooperate with each other in the defense of any Claim subject to indemnity pursuant to this Article 6 and with respect to any Pre-Closing Litigation. Without limiting the foregoing, after the Closing, Citigroup agrees that it will, and that it will cause the other Citigroup Entities to, Morgan Stanley agrees that it will, and will cause the other Morgan Stanley Entities to, and the Company agrees that it will, and will cause the other Company Entities to, cooperate with each of the Parties, the Company and their respective Subsidiaries, generally seek to avoid the imposition of regulatory sanctions on the Parties, the Company or their Subsidiaries to the extent reasonable under the circumstances, and furnish to each of them access to such employees and other Persons under their control, and such information, documents, records, evidence, testimony and other assistance as any of them may reasonably request, in connection with any actions, proceedings, arrangements or disputes of any nature involving or affecting the Company Entities that reasonably relate to matters that occurred prior to the Closing and in which any of them, as the case may be, was involved or for which such Person has records, information or knowledge. The reasonable expenses incurred by any Person in complying with any request for cooperation pursuant to this Section 6.8 shall be borne by the Indemnitor or other Person requesting such cooperation; provided, however, that such expenses shall not include incidental time incurred by employees of any Party responding to such a request for cooperation.