No Duty to Confirm Sample Clauses

No Duty to Confirm. The Indenture Trustee shall have no duty or obligation to verify or confirm the accuracy of any of the information or numbers set forth in the Servicer’s Certificate delivered by the Servicer to the Indenture Trustee, and the Indenture Trustee shall be fully protected in relying upon such Servicer’s Certificate.
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No Duty to Confirm. The Relevant Trustee shall have no duty or obligation to verify or confirm the accuracy of any of the information or numbers set forth in the Servicer’s Certificate delivered by the Servicer to the Relevant Trustee, and the Relevant Trustee shall be fully protected in relying upon such Servicer’s Certificate.
No Duty to Confirm. The Indenture Trustee and the Owner Trustee shall have no duty or obligation to verify or confirm the accuracy of any of the information or numbers set forth in the Servicer’s Certificate delivered by the Servicer to the Indenture Trustee and the Owner Trustee, and the Indenture Trustee and the Owner Trustee shall be fully protected in relying upon such Servicer’s Certificate with no liability therefor. Delivery of the Servicer’s Certificate to the Indenture Trustee and the Owner Trustee is for informational purposes only and the Indenture Trustee’s and the Owner Trustee’s receipt of such shall not constitute constructive notice of any information contained therein or determinable from information contained therein, including the Issuer’s compliance with any of its covenants hereunder (as to which the Indenture Trustee and the Owner Trustee are entitled to rely exclusively on Officer’s Certificates).
No Duty to Confirm. The Indenture Trustee shall have no duty or obligation to confirm or verify the contents of any reports or certificates delivered to the Indenture Trustee pursuant to this Agreement believed by the Indenture Trustee to be genuine and to have been signed or presented by the proper party or parties.