Objections Sample Clauses

Objections. Buyer may object in writing to defects, exceptions, or encumbrances to title: disclosed on the survey other than items 6A(1) through (7) above; disclosed in the Commitment other than items 6A(1) through (9) above; or which prohibit the following use or activity: . Buyer must object the earlier of (i) the Closing Date or (ii) days after Xxxxx receives the Commitment, Exception Documents, and the survey. Buyer’s failure to object within the time allowed will constitute a waiver of Buyer’s right to object; except that the requirements in Schedule C of the Commitment are not waived by Buyer. Provided Seller is not obligated to incur any expense, Seller shall cure any timely objections of Buyer or any third party lender within 15 days after Seller receives the objections (Cure Period) and the Closing Date will be extended as necessary. If objections are not cured within the Cure Period, Buyer may, by delivering notice to Seller within 5 days after the end of the Cure Period: (i) terminate this contract and the xxxxxxx money will be refunded to Buyer; or (ii) waive the objections. If Buyer does not terminate within the time required, Buyer shall be deemed to have waived the objections. If the Commitment or Survey is revised or any new Exception Document(s) is delivered, Buyer may object to any new matter revealed in the revised Commitment or Survey or new Exception Document(s) within the same time stated in this paragraph to make objections beginning when the revised Commitment, Survey, or Exception Document(s) is delivered to Buyer.
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Objections. Creditors of UCIs participating in the merger transaction whose claim predates the announcement of the merger proposal may oppose it within 30 days of the publication of the notice in the Official Gazette of Civil and Commercial Announcements (B.O.D.A.C.C.).
Objections. Should any signatory or consulting party object within the timeframes established by this Agreement to any plans, specifications, or actions taken pursuant to resolving an adverse effect, FEMA shall consult further with the objecting party to seek resolution. If FEMA determines the objection cannot be resolved, FEMA shall address the objection in accordance with Stipulation IV.B, Dispute Resolution.
Objections. Any Settlement Class Member who intends to object to the fairness of this settlement must file a written objection with the Court and provide a copy to Class Counsel and counsel for Defendant by the Objection Deadline.
Objections. FINRA shall not have raised any objection with respect to the fairness or reasonableness of the underwriting, or other arrangements of the transactions contemplated hereby.
Objections. (a) Any Class Member, other than a Class Member who timely submits an Exclusion Letter, may object to this Agreement.
Objections. During the Title Objection Period, Purchaser may deliver to Seller its objections in writing to any liens, encumbrances and other matters reflected by the Title Commitment or the Survey (any such matters to which Purchaser so objects, the “Objection Matters”). If Seller is willing to cause the cure or removal of any of the Objection Matters, then Seller will so notify Purchaser in writing (the “Objection Notice”) within five Business Days of Seller's receipt of Objection Notice (the “Seller Response Due Date”). If Seller does not respond, or chooses not to cure or remedy the Objection Matters (other than those which Seller is obligated to cure in accordance with this Section), Purchaser may elect either: (i) if the defects identified in the Objection Notice have or would reasonably be expected to result in a Material Adverse Effect on the Business or Seller Properties, to terminate this Agreement by delivery of written notice to Seller three Business Days following the Seller Response Due Date; or (ii) to waive such objection and to complete the transaction as otherwise contemplated by this Agreement, without any abatement of the Purchase Price or any deduction, offset, credit, lost profits or other damages or claims against the Seller relating to the objection. If Seller elects in writing to cure or remove any title or survey matters objected to by Purchaser that are reasonably likely to result in a Material Adverse Effect on the Business or Seller Properties, and Seller cannot thereafter cure or remove the same by Closing, Seller will have the right, but not the obligation, to postpone the Closing for a period of up to 60 days to attempt to cure or remove such exceptions or defects, and if Seller has not cured or removed the same by the end of such 60-day period, Purchaser shall have the right to terminate this Agreement by written notice to Seller given to Seller on or before the earlier to occur of (a) five Business Days after such 60-day period and (b) the cure of such item, time being of the essence with respect thereto. Seller shall have no obligation to cure Objection Matters except financing liens of an ascertainable amount created by Seller, any exceptions or encumbrances to title which are voluntarily created by Seller after the Signing Date without Purchaser’s consent, failure of Seller to hold fee simple title to the Owned Properties and delinquent ad valorem property taxes and assessments owed by Seller against the Owned Properties. Any Objec...
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Objections. 9.1 The Notices shall advise Settlement Class Members of their rights, including the right to be excluded from or object to the Settlement Agreement and its terms. The Notices shall specify that any objection to this Settlement Agreement, and any papers submitted in support of said objection, shall be received by the Court at the Final Approval Hearing only if, on or before the Objection/Exclusion Deadline, the person making an objection shall: (i) file his/her objection with the Clerk of Court; (ii) file copies of such papers he/she proposes to submit at the Final Approval Hearing with the Clerk of the Court; and (iii) send copies of such papers via United States mail, hand delivery, or overnight delivery to both Class Counsel and Defendant’s Counsel. A copy of the objection must also be mailed to the Settlement Administrator at the address that the Settlement Administrator will establish to receive requests for exclusion or objections, Claim Forms, and any other communication relating to this Settlement.
Objections. The Notice shall explain that the procedure for Class Members to object to the Settlement is by submitting written objections to the Court no later than sixty (60) days after the Notice Date (the “Objection Deadline”). Any Class Member may enter an appearance in the Action, at their own expense, individually or through counsel of their own choice. Any Class Member who wishes to object to the Settlement, the Settlement Benefits, Service Awards, and/or the Fee Award and Costs, or to appear at the Final Approval Hearing and show cause, if any, for why the Settlement should not be approved as fair, reasonable, and adequate to the Class, why a final judgment should not be entered thereon, why the Settlement Benefits should not be approved, or why the Service Awards and/or the Fee Award and Costs should not be granted, may do so, but must proceed as set forth in this paragraph. No Class Member or other person will be heard on such matters unless they have filed in this Action the objection, together with any briefs, papers, statements, or other materials the Class Member or other person wishes the Court to consider, within sixty (60) days following the Notice Date. All written objections and supporting papers must clearly (a) identify the case name and number; (b) state the Class Member’s full name, current mailing address, and telephone number; (c) contain a statement by the Class Member that he or she believes themself to be a member of the Settlement Class; (d) include proof that the Class Member is a member of the Settlement Class (e.g., copy of the settlement notice, copy of the original notice of the Security Incident); (e) identify the specific factual and legal grounds for the objection; (f) identify whether the Objection is an objection to the Settlement in part or in whole; (g) state whether the objection applies only to the objector, a subset of the Settlement Class, or the entire Settlement Class; (h) identify all counsel representing the Class Member, if any; (i) include a list, including case name, court, and docket number, of all other cases in which the objector and/or the objector’s counsel has filed an objection to any proposed class action settlement in the past five (5) years; (j) include all documents or writings that the Class Member desires the Court to consider; (k) contain a statement regarding whether the Class Member (or counsel of his or her choosing) intends to appear at the Final Approval Hearing; and (l) contain the signature of th...
Objections. Buyer may object in writing to defects, exceptions, or encumbrances to title: disclosed on the survey other than items 6A(1) through (7) above; disclosed in the Commitment other than items 6A(1) through (8) above; or which prohibit the following use or activity: . Buyer must object the earlier of (i) the Closing Date or (ii) days after Xxxxx receives the Commitment, Exception Documents, and the survey. Buyer’s failure to object within the time allowed will constitute a waiver of Buyer’s right to object; except that the requirements in Schedule C of the Commitment are not waived by Buyer. Provided Seller is not obligated to incur any expense, Seller shall cure the timely objections of Buyer or any third party lender within 15 days after Seller receives the objections and the Closing Date will be extended as necessary. If objections are not cured within such 15 day period, this contract will terminate and the xxxxxxx money will be refunded to Buyer unless Buyer waives the objections.
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