Reasonable Cooperation By accepting the Restricted Stock, the Employee acknowledges and agrees that, during the course of the Employee’s employment with the Company, the Employee will be involved in, and may have information or knowledge of, business matters that may become the subject of legal action, including threatened litigation, investigations, administrative proceedings, hearings or disputes. As such, upon reasonable notice, both during the Employee’s employment with the Company and thereafter, the Employee agrees to cooperate fully with any investigation into, defense or prosecution of, or other involvement in, claims to which the Employee has personal and relevant knowledge that are or may be made by or against the Company. This agreement to cooperate includes talking to or meeting with such persons at times and in such places as the Company and the Employee reasonably agree to, as well as giving truthful evidence and truthful testimony. The Company shall reimburse the Employee for reasonable out-of-pocket expenses actually incurred in connection with such assistance. The Employee also promises to notify the Company within five (5) days if the Employee is subpoenaed or contacted by a third party seeking information about Company activities.
Reasonable Commercial Efforts (a) Subject to the terms and ------------------------------ conditions provided in this Agreement, each party shall use reasonable commercial efforts to take promptly, or cause to be taken, all actions, and to do promptly, or cause to be done, all things necessary, proper or advisable under applicable laws and regulations to consummate and make effective the transactions contemplated hereby, to obtain all necessary waivers, consents and approvals and to effect all necessary registrations and filings, including, without limitation, an appropriate filing of a Notification and Report Form pursuant to the HSR Act with respect to the transactions contemplated hereby, and the filings and consents set forth on Schedule 6.4 hereto (the "Required ------------ -------- Consents") and to remove any injunctions or other impediments or delays, legal -------- or otherwise, in order to consummate and make effective the transactions contemplated by this Agreement for the purpose of securing to the parties hereto the benefits contemplated by this Agreement; provided that notwithstanding -------- anything to the contrary in this Agreement, no party nor any of their Affiliates shall be required to make any disposition, including, without limitation, any disposition of, or any agreement to hold separate, any Subsidiary, asset or business, and no party hereto nor any of their Affiliates shall be required to make any payment of money nor shall any party or its Affiliates be required to comply with any condition or undertaking or take any action which, individually or in the aggregate, would materially adversely affect the economic benefits to such party of the transactions contemplated hereby and the Implementing Agreements, taken as a whole or adversely affect any other business of such party or its Affiliates.
Reasonable Consent Whenever a Party’s consent or permission is required under this CRADA, its consent or permission will not be unreasonably withheld.
Reasonable Care The Collateral Agent is required to exercise reasonable care in the custody and preservation of any Collateral in its possession; provided, however, that the Collateral Agent shall be deemed to have exercised reasonable care in the custody and preservation of any of the Collateral if it takes such action for that purposes as any owner thereof reasonably requests in writing at times other than upon the occurrence and during the continuance of any Event of Default, but failure of the Collateral Agent, to comply with any such request at any time shall not in itself be deemed a failure to exercise reasonable care. [THIS SPACE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK]
Project Cost An updated cost spreadsheet reflecting the current forecasted cost vs. the latest approved budget vs. the baseline budget should be included in this section. One way to track project cost is to show: (1) Baseline Budget, (2) Latest Approved Budget, (3) Current Forecasted Cost Estimate, (4) Expenditures or Commitments to Date, and (5) Variance between Current Forecasted Cost and Latest Approved Budget. Line items should include all significant cost centers, such as prior costs, right-of-way, preliminary engineering, environmental mitigation, general engineering consultant, section design contracts, construction administration, utilities, construction packages, force accounts/task orders, wrap-up insurance, construction contingencies, management contingencies, and other contingencies. The line items can be broken-up in enough detail such that specific areas of cost change can be sufficiently tracked and future improvements made to the overall cost estimating methodology. A Program Total line should be included at the bottom of the spreadsheet. Narratives, tables, and/or graphs should accompany the updated cost spreadsheet, basically detailing the current cost status, reasons for cost deviations, impacts of cost overruns, and efforts to mitigate cost overruns. The following information should be provided: • Reasons for each line item deviation from the approved budget, impacts resulting from the deviations, and initiatives being analyzed or implemented in order to recover any cost overruns. • Transfer of costs to and from contingency line items, and reasons supporting the transfers. • Speculative cost changes that potentially may develop in the future, a quantified dollar range for each potential cost change, and the current status of the speculative change. Also, a comparison analysis to the available contingency amounts should be included, showing that reasonable and sufficient amounts of contingency remain to keep the project within the latest approved budget. • Detailed cost breakdown of the general engineering consultant (GEC) services (if applicable), including such line items as contract amounts, task orders issued (amounts), balance remaining for tasks, and accrued (billable) costs. • Federal obligations and/or disbursements for the project, compared to planned obligations and disbursements.
Reasonable Expenses The Company agrees to pay the reasonable fees and expenses of Executive’s counsel arising in connection with the negotiation and execution of this Agreement and the consummation of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement.
Estimated Cost Estimated costs by construction phases for Specified Roads listed in A7 are stated by segments in the Schedule of Items. Such estimated costs are subject to adjustment under B3.3, B5.2, B5.21, B5.212, B5.25, and B5.26. Appropriately adjusted costs shall be made a part of a revised Schedule of Items and shown as adjustments to Timber Sale Account. The revised Schedule of Items shall supersede any prior Schedule of Items when it is dated and signed by Contracting Officer and a copy is furnished to Purchaser.
Reasonable Access If any review or evaluation is made on the premises of the Engineer or a subprovider, the Engineer shall provide and require its subproviders to provide all reasonable facilities and assistance for the safety and convenience of the state or federal representatives in the performance of their duties.
Estimate The Engineer shall independently develop and report quantities necessary to construct the contract in standard State bid format at the specified milestones and Final PS&E submittals. The Engineer shall prepare each construction cost estimates using Estimator or any approved method. The estimate shall be provided at each milestone submittal or in DCIS format at the 95% and Final PS&E submittals per State’s District requirement.
Initial Cost Subject to reimbursement as hereinafter provided, the cost of organizing the Trust and the sale of the Units shall be borne by the Depositor, provided, however, that the liability on the part of the Depositor under this Section 3.01 shall not include any fees or other expenses incurred in connection with the administration of the Trust subsequent to the deposit referred to in Section 2.01. At the earlier of six (6) months after the Initial Date of Deposit or the conclusion of the initial offering period (as certified by the Depositor to the Trustee), the Trustee shall withdraw from the account(s) specified in the Prospectus or, if no account is therein specified, from the Capital Account, and pay to the Depositor the Depositor’s reimbursable expenses of organizing the Trust in an amount certified to the Trustee by the Depositor. In no event shall the amount paid by the Trustee to the Depositor for the Depositor’s reimbursable expenses of organizing the Trust exceed the estimated per Unit amount of organization costs set forth in the Prospectus for the Trust multiplied by the number of Units of the Trust outstanding at the earlier of six (6) months after the Initial Date of Deposit or the conclusion of the initial offering period; nor shall the Depositor be entitled to or request reimbursement for expenses of organizing the Trust incurred after the earlier of six (6) months after the Initial Date of Deposit or the conclusion of the initial offering period. If the cash balance of the Capital Account is insufficient to make such withdrawal, the Trustee shall, as directed by the Depositor, sell Securities identified by the Supervisor, or distribute to the Depositor Securities having a value, as determined under Section 5.01 as of the date of distribution, sufficient for such reimbursement provided that such distribution is permissible under applicable laws and regulations. Securities sold or distributed to the Depositor to reimburse the Depositor pursuant to this Section shall be sold or distributed by the Trustee, to the extent practicable, in the Percentage Ratio then existing (unless the Trust is a RIC, in which case sales or distributions by the Trustee shall be made in accordance with the instructions of the Supervisor or its designees). The reimbursement provided for in this Section shall be for the account of Unitholders of record at the earlier of six (6) months after the Initial Date of Deposit or the conclusion of the initial offering period. Any assets deposited with the Trustee in respect of the expenses reimbursable under this Section 3.01 shall be held and administered as assets of the Trust for all purposes hereunder. Any cash which the Depositor has identified as to be used for reimbursement of expenses pursuant to this Section 3.01 shall be held by the Trustee, without interest, and reserved for such purposes and, accordingly, prior to the earlier of six (6) months after the Initial Date of Deposit or the conclusion of the initial offering period, shall not be subject to distribution or, unless the Depositor otherwise directs, used for payment of redemptions in excess of the per Unit amount payable pursuant to the next sentence. If a Unitholder redeems Units prior to the earlier of six months after the Initial Date of Deposit or the conclusion of the initial offering period, the Trustee shall pay the Unitholder, in addition to the Unit Value of the tendered Units (in the computation of which the expenses reimbursable pursuant to this Section shall have been deducted), unless otherwise directed by the Depositor, an amount equal to the estimated per Unit cost of organizing the Trust set forth in the Prospectus, or such lower revision thereof most recently communicated to the Trustee by the Depositor, multiplied by the number of Units tendered for redemption; to the extent the cash on hand in the Trust is insufficient for such payments, the Trustee shall have the power to sell Securities in accordance with Section 6.02. As used herein, the Depositor’s reimbursable expenses of organizing the Trust shall include, but are not limited to, the cost of the initial preparation and typesetting of the registration statement, prospectuses (including preliminary prospectuses), the Indenture, and other documents relating to a Trust Securities and Exchange Commission and state blue sky registration fees, the costs of the initial valuation of the portfolio and audit of a Trust, the costs of a portfolio consultant, if any, one-time licensing fees, if any, the initial fees and expenses of the Trustee, and legal and other out-of-pocket expenses related thereto, but not including the expenses incurred in the printing of prospectuses (including preliminary prospectuses), expenses incurred in the preparation and printing of brochures and other advertising materials and any other selling expenses.”