OBLIGATIONS OF THE FUND COMPANY Sample Clauses

OBLIGATIONS OF THE FUND COMPANY. 1. Transactions Subject to Fund/SERV. On each business day that the New York Stock Exchange is open for business on which the Funds determine their per share net asset values ("Business Day"), the Fund Company or its designee shall accept, and effect changes in its records upon receipt of purchase, redemption, exchanges, and registration instructions from the Trust Entity electronically through Fund/SERV ("Instructions") without supporting documentation from the Client-shareholder. On each Business Day, the Fund Company or its designee shall accept for processing any Instructions from the Trust Entity and shall process such Instructions in a timely manner.
OBLIGATIONS OF THE FUND COMPANY 

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  • Obligations of the Corporation The Corporation shall have the following obligations under this Agreement:

  • OBLIGATIONS OF THE EMPLOYER 9.1 The Employer shall-

  • Obligations of the Company Whenever required under this Section 2 to effect the registration of any Registrable Securities, the Company shall, as expeditiously as reasonably possible:

  • CONDITIONS OF THE OBLIGATIONS OF THE COMPANY The obligations of the Company to sell and deliver the portion of the Shares required to be delivered as and when specified in this Agreement are subject to the conditions that at the Closing Date or the Option Closing Date, as the case may be, no stop order suspending the effectiveness of the Registration Statement shall have been issued and in effect or proceedings therefor initiated or threatened.

  • Obligations of the Sponsor The Sponsor agrees to provide the Asset Representations Reviewer with the following: • Reasonable access to the Sponsor; • Complete AUPs; • Required Documents; and • Other related information reasonably requested by the Asset Representations Reviewer to perform the Services hereunder.

  • Obligations of the Manager a. The Manager shall provide (or cause the Fund’s custodian to provide) information to the Subadviser in a timely manner regarding such matters as the composition of assets in the Portfolio, cash requirements and cash available for investment in the Portfolio, and all other information as may be reasonably necessary for the Subadviser to perform its responsibilities hereunder.

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  • Obligations of the Employee Except on behalf of the Employer, the Employee agrees (a) to hold Company Information in strictest confidence, and (b) not to use, duplicate, reproduce, distribute, disclose or otherwise disseminate Company Information or any physical embodiments thereof and may in no event take any action causing or fail to take any action necessary in order to prevent any Company Information from losing its character or ceasing to qualify as Confidential Information or a Trade Secret. In the event that the Employee is required by law to disclose any Company Information, the Employee will not make such disclosure unless (and then only to the extent that) such disclosure is required by law and then only after prior written notice is given to the Employer when the Employee becomes aware that such disclosure has been requested and is required by law. This Section 5 will survive the termination of this Agreement with respect to Confidential Information for so long as it remains Confidential Information, but for no longer than three (3) years following termination of this Agreement, and this Section 5 will survive termination of this Agreement with respect to Trade Secrets for so long as is permitted by the then-current Maryland Trade Secrets Act.

  • Obligations of the Executive The Executive agrees:

  • Obligations of the Adviser (a) The Adviser shall provide (or cause the Fund’s Custodian (as defined in Section 3 hereof) to provide) timely information to the Sub-Adviser regarding such matters as the composition of the Sub-Advised Assets, cash requirements and cash available for investment in the Sub-Advised Assets, and all other information as may be reasonably necessary for the Sub-Adviser to perform its responsibilities hereunder.