Reasonable Steps. Seller shall make such reasonable efforts as may be appropriate so that on the Closing Date, Purchaser shall be placed in actual possession and control of all of the Purchased Assets.
Reasonable Steps. With respect to each individual assigned by Servicer to perform services for Lender, Servicer has taken, or will take, all commercially reasonable steps: (a) to ensure that such individual has not been convicted of any felony or aggravated misdemeanor and has not been banned from the business of banking; (b) to verify that such individual, if performing services in the United States, is eligible to work in the United States in accordance with all applicable laws; and (c) to ensure that such individual is not on any OFAC list. Servicer has taken, and will take, all commercially reasonable steps to ensure that no entity to which Servicer subcontracts any work under this Loan Origination Agreement or the Servicing Agreement is on the OFAC list. Servicer represents that neither it, nor any of its owners (including without limitation its shareholders, partners and members, as applicable), are on the OFAC list. (vi)
Reasonable Steps. Company shall take all reasonable steps (such as reducing the output of Base Load Units, including its own Base Load Units, during light loading conditions, taking into consideration factors such as the need to maintain the reliability and stability of the Company System under changing system conditions and configurations, the need for downward regulating reserves, the terms and conditions of power purchase agreements for firm capacity Base Load Units or scheduled electric energy, and the normal minimum loading levels of such units) to minimize the number and duration of curtailments, interruptions or reductions, subject to and in accordance with Attachment B (Facility Owned by Seller).
Reasonable Steps. Consistent with Supplier’s obligation to minimize Deferral Costs, Supplier shall take such steps as it reasonably deems necessary during the deferral period to assure the timely occurrence of the System Integration Date (as so deferred), including attainment or renewal of applicable Government Approvals, contracts or rights, and Company shall cooperate with Supplier in such effort.
Reasonable Steps. Te Runanga undertakes to take reasonable steps in accordance with New Zealand law to prevent and minimise any liability for GST or income tax (or interest or MOR0235803.02 DEED OF SETTLEMENT 19-4 penalties) to which clause 19.1 or clause 19.2 would apply and the provision of any Deed Redress to any Ngai Tahu Recipient will be subject to the Ngai Tahu Recipient’s agreement to take reasonable steps in accordance with New Zealand law to prevent or minimise any liability for GST or income tax (or interest or penalties) to which clause 19.1 or clause 19.2 would apply.
Reasonable Steps. With respect to each Person assigned by Servicer to perform services for Lender, including originating and Servicing the Loans, Servicer has taken commercially reasonable steps (which shall be deemed to be satisfied through obtaining a background report from a commercially reasonable service): (a) to ensure that such Person has not been convicted of any felony or aggravated misdemeanor and has not been banned from the business of banking; (b) to verify that such Person, if performing services in the United States, is eligible to work in the United States in accordance with all Applicable Laws; and (c) to ensure that such Person is not on any list maintained by the United States Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (the “OFAC List”) of persons, entities, or prohibited or restricted jurisdictions. Servicer has taken commercially reasonable steps to ensure that no Person to which Servicer subcontracts any work under this Servicing Agreement or the Origination Agreement is on the OFAC List. Neither Servicer nor any of its Subsidiaries are on the OFAC List. None of Servicer’s or its Subsidiaries’ officers or employees was, when hired, on the OFAC List. To Servicer’s knowledge, none of its or its Subsidiaries’ officers, directors or employees are currently on the OFAC List.