Preservation of the Collateral Sample Clauses

Preservation of the Collateral. Secured Party may, but is not required to, take such actions from time to time as Secured Party reasonably deems appropriate to maintain or protect the Collateral. Secured Party shall have exercised reasonable care in the custody and preservation of the Collateral if Secured Party takes such action as Grantor shall reasonably request in writing which is not inconsistent with Secured Party's status as a secured party, but the failure of Secured Party to comply with any such request shall not be deemed a failure to exercise reasonable care; provided, however, Secured Party's responsibility for the safekeeping of the Collateral shall (i) be deemed reasonable if such Collateral is accorded treatment substantially equal to that which Secured Party accords its own property, and (ii) not extend to matters beyond the control of Secured Party, including acts of God, war, insurrection, riot or governmental actions. In addition, any failure of Secured Party to preserve or protect any rights with respect to the Collateral against prior or third parties, or to do any act with respect to preservation of the Collateral, not so requested by Grantor, shall not be deemed a failure to exercise reasonable care in the custody or preservation of the Collateral. Grantor shall have the sole responsibility for taking such action as may be necessary, from time to time, to preserve all rights of Grantor and Secured Party in the applicable Collateral against prior or third parties. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, where Collateral consists in whole or in part of Capital Securities, Grantor represents to, and covenants with, Secured Party that Grantor has made arrangements for keeping informed of changes or potential changes affecting the Capital Securities (including rights to convert or subscribe, payment of dividends, reorganization or other exchanges, tender offers and voting rights), and Grantor agrees that Secured Party shall have no responsibility or liability for informing Grantor of any such or other changes or potential changes or for taking any action or omitting to take any action with respect thereto.
Preservation of the Collateral. The Bank may, but is not required to, take such action from time to time as the Bank deems reasonably appropriate to maintain or protect the Collateral. The Bank shall have exercised reasonable care in the custody and preservation of the Collateral if it takes such action as the Borrower shall reasonably request in writing; provided, however, that such request shall not be inconsistent with the Bank’s status as a secured party, and the failure of the Bank to comply with any such request shall not be deemed a failure to exercise reasonable care. In addition, any failure of the Bank to preserve or protect any rights with respect to the Collateral against prior or third parties, or to do any act with respect to preservation of the Collateral, not so requested by the Borrower, shall not be deemed a failure to exercise reasonable care in the custody or preservation of the Collateral. The Borrower shall have the sole responsibility for taking such action as may be necessary, from time to time, to preserve all rights of the Borrower and the Bank in the Collateral against prior or third parties. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, where Collateral consists in whole or in part of securities, the Borrower represents to, and covenants with, the Bank that the Borrower has made arrangements for keeping informed of changes or potential changes affecting the securities (including, but not limited to, rights to convert or subscribe, payment of dividends, reorganization or other exchanges, tender offers and voting rights), and the Borrower agrees that the Bank shall have no responsibility or liability for informing the Borrower of any such or other changes or potential changes or for taking any action or omitting to take any action with respect thereto.
Preservation of the Collateral. The Administrative Agent shall be deemed to have exercised reasonable care in the custody and preservation of the Collateral Account if the Collateral Account is accorded treatment substantially equal to that which the Administrative Agent accords its own property, it being understood that the Administrative Agent shall not have any responsibility or liability (a) for ascertaining or taking action with respect to calls, conversions, exchanges, maturities, tenders or other matters relative to any Cash Equivalents, regardless of whether the Administrative Agent has or is deemed to have knowledge of such matters, (b) for taking any necessary steps to preserve rights against any parties with respect to the Collateral Account, (c) for the collection of any proceeds from Cash Equivalents, (d) by reason of any invalidity, lack of value or uncollectability of any of the payments received by the Administrative Agent from obligors with respect to Cash Equivalents, (e) for any loss resulting from investments made in compliance with Section 11.3.4, except to the extent such loss was attributable to the Administrative Agent's gross negligence or willful misconduct in complying with Section 11.3.4, as determined by a final judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction, or (f) in connection with any investments made in compliance with Section 11.3.4 without a written request from the Borrower or any Guarantor, or any failure by the Administrative Agent to make any such investment.
Preservation of the Collateral. Take all reasonably necessary steps to preserve, protect and defend the Collateral and keep it in good operating condition and repair (reasonable wear and tear excepted) and free of unpermitted liens and give Lender access to and permit it to inspect the Collateral during all business hours and other reasonable times.
Preservation of the Collateral. The Indians Club Trust will not waste or destroy the Collateral or any part thereof and will not be negligent in the care or use of any Collateral.
Preservation of the Collateral. Principal and Indemnitors will use reasonable efforts to preserve the Collateral and defend the title and Surety’s security interest therein, at Principal and Indemnitors’ cost and expense. Each Principal and Indemnitors’ principal place of business and chief executive office as of the date of this Agreement is correctly reflected on Exhibits A and B, respectively. The principal place of business and chief executive office of Integrated Electrical Services, Inc., and location of its Records related to the Bonded Contracts, is correctly reflected in Section 38. The Records of each Principal and Indemnitor related to the Collateral are located at the principal places of business and chief executive offices reflected on Exhibits A and B, respectively. Indemnitors agree to give Surety immediate prior written notification of the establishment of any new chief executive office or principal place of business; and the discontinuance of any office or place of business. Indemnitors will pay and discharge promptly all taxes, assessments, and governmental charges or levies imposed upon the Collateral, as well as all judgment liens and all claims for labor and materials which, if unpaid, might constitute a Lien or charge upon the Collateral (other than Permitted Liens), unless and only to the extent that the same will currently be duly contested in good faith (and for which adequate reserves have been established) by appropriate proceedings and as to which foreclosure and other enforcement proceedings will not have been commenced (unless fully bonded or otherwise effectively stayed). Upon the occurrence of an Event of Default, at its option, Surety may discharge valid taxes, Liens, security interests, or other encumbrances at any time levied or placed on said Collateral. Indemnitors agree to reimburse Surety, on demand, for any such payment made, or any such expense incurred by Surety pursuant to the foregoing authorization. Any amounts so advanced, paid or expended will be included within the defined termthe Indebtedness,” and will bear interest from the time advanced, paid, or expended at the Default Rate and be secured by the Collateral and its payment enforced as if it were part of the original Indebtedness. Any sum expended, paid, or advanced under this paragraph will be at Surety’s sole option and not constitute a waiver of any default or right arising from the breach by Indemnitors of any covenant or agreement contained in the Surety Credit Documents.
Preservation of the Collateral. The Debtor shall have the sole responsibility for taking such action as may be necessary, from time to time, to preserve all rights of the Debtor and Secured Party in the applicable Collateral against prior or third parties. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, where Collateral consists, in whole or in part, of Capital Securities, the Debtor represents to, and covenants with, Secured Party that the Debtor has made arrangements for keeping informed of changes or potential changes affecting the Capital Securities (including rights to convert or subscribe, payment of dividends, reorganization or other exchanges, tender offers and voting rights), and the Debtor agrees that Secured Party shall have no responsibility or liability for informing the Debtor of any such or other changes or potential changes or for taking any action or omitting to take any action with respect thereto.
Preservation of the Collateral. At all times prior and subsequent to an Event of Default, the Lender may take any and all action which in its sole and absolute discretion is necessary and proper to preserve its interest in the Collateral, including, without limitation, the payment of debts of the Borrower, which might, in the Lender’s sole and absolute discretion, impair the Collateral or the Lender’s security interest therein, purchasing insurance on the Collateral, repairing the Collateral, or paying taxes or assessments thereon, and the sums so expended by the Lender shall be secured by the Collateral, shall be added to the amount of the Loan due the Lender and shall be payable on demand with interest at the Default Rate from the date expended by the Lender until repaid by the Borrower.
Preservation of the Collateral. Unless contrary instructions are received from Majority in Interest, at any time that Collateral Agent reasonably believes a justification exists therefore, Collateral Agent is authorized and instructed to take all such steps as it is permitted to take under any Security Document and as it, in its reasonable discretion, deems necessary to preserve the Collateral or the value thereof for the benefit of Senior Lenders (collectively "Actions to Preserve Collateral").
Preservation of the Collateral. The Borrower will not waste or ------------------------------ destroy the Collateral or any part thereof and will not be negligent in the care and use of any Collateral, reasonable wear and tear excepted.