Obligation to Provide Information. Each party’s obligation to provide information shall be as follows:
Obligation to Provide Information. As a condition to the registration of the Transfer of any Corporation Securities, any Person who is a beneficial, legal or record holder of Corporation Securities, and any proposed Transferee and any Person controlling, controlled by or under common control with the proposed Transferee, shall provide such information as the Corporation may reasonably request from time to time in order to determine compliance with this Article 13 or the status of the Tax Benefits of the Corporation and the Corporation shall keep such information confidential.
Obligation to Provide Information. The candidate and the supervisor(s) undertake to keep one another informed on an on-going basis about all matters of significance for carrying out the supervision. The parties undertake to actively follow up any matters which could lead to supervision not functioning as is agreed in point 5 below.
Obligation to Provide Information. The Employee will inform his superiors and the management also, if necessary, about all activities in his area of responsibility, to the extent that this knowledge is of importance to superiors, e.g. in order to avoid damages or carry out improvements. The above applies also to observations and information outside of his own direct area of responsibility.
Obligation to Provide Information. The applicant shall provide the IESO with such information and documentation which the IESO considers reasonable and necessary in order to complete an assessment of the application. The IESO shall specify a time within which the applicant shall supply the requested information and documentation.