Records of the Fund Sample Clauses

Records of the Fund. Manager will instruct the Fund’s broker(s) to furnish copies of all trade confirmations and monthly trading reports to Collateral Subadvisor. Collateral Subadvisor will maintain a record of all orders for Collateral for the Fund’s account that have been filled and will monitor the Fund’s open Collateral positions. Upon the request of Manager, Collateral Subadvisor shall permit Manager or its agent to inspect such information as Manager may reasonably request for the purpose of confirming that the Fund has been treated equitably with respect to trading conducted during the term of this Agreement by all accounts controlled by Collateral Subadvisor or its principals. Collateral Subadvisor shall permit Manager to inspect the investment records of Collateral Subadvisor, its principals and other clients for the purpose of confirming that the Fund is being treated equitably by Collateral Subadvisor, including with respect to any modifications of investment strategies resulting from priorities of order entry to Collateral Subadvisor’s accounts, and Manager shall keep such information confidential; provided, however, that Collateral Subadvisor may, in its discretion, withhold from any such inspection the name of the client for whom such account is maintained.
Records of the Fund. Sponsor will instruct the Fund’s clearing broker(s) to furnish copies of all trade confirmations and monthly trading reports to Commodity Sub-Adviser. Commodity Sub-Adviser will maintain a record of all trading orders for the Fund’s account that have been filled and will monitor the Fund’s open positions. Upon the request of Sponsor, Commodity Sub-Adviser shall permit Sponsor or its agents to inspect such information as Sponsor may reasonably request for the purpose of confirming that the Fund has been treated equitably with respect to trading conducted during the term of this Agreement with all client accounts controlled by Commodity Sub-Adviser. With respect to the principals, Commodity Sub-Adviser will provide records of the proprietary accounts of its principals traded pursuant to a long/short strategy, to show that such principals’ accounts have been traded equitably with other client accounts, including the Fund; provided that any transactions relating to a long/short strategy may be extracted from such records to preserve the confidentiality of the principals’ trading in other programs or transactions. Commodity Sub-Adviser shall permit Sponsor or its agents reasonable inspection rights to the trading records of Commodity Sub-Adviser and other clients for the purpose of confirming that the Fund is being treated equitably by Commodity Sub-Adviser, including with respect to any modifications of trading or investment strategies resulting from speculative position limits and with respect to the assignment of priorities of order entry to Commodity Sub-Adviser’s accounts, and Sponsor shall keep such information confidential; provided, however, that Commodity Sub-Adviser may, in its discretion, withhold from any such inspection the name of the client for whom such account is maintained.
Records of the Fund. Sponsor will instruct the Fund’s clearing broker(s) to furnish copies of all trade confirmations and monthly trading reports to Commodity Sub-Adviser. Commodity Sub-Adviser will maintain a record of all trading orders for the Fund’s account that have been filled and will monitor the Fund’s open positions. Upon the request of Sponsor, Commodity Sub-Adviser shall permit Sponsor or its agents to inspect such information as Sponsor may reasonably request. With respect to the principals, Commodity Sub-Adviser will provide records indicating whether its principals have proprietary accounts with a long/short strategy

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Books and Records of Account The Company shall maintain adequate books and records of account that shall be maintained on the accrual method of accounting. All of the books of account of the Company shall at all times be maintained at the principal office of the Company, or at such other place or places as may be designated by the Member or an officer of the Company.
Books and Records; Transfers of Mortgage Loans From and after the sale of the Mortgage Loans to the Purchaser all rights arising out of the Mortgage Loans including but not limited to all funds received on or in connection with the Mortgage Loans, shall be received and held by the Company in trust for the benefit of the Purchaser as owner of the Mortgage Loans, and the Company shall retain record title to the related Mortgages for the sole purpose of facilitating the servicing and the supervision of the servicing of the Mortgage Loans. The sale of each Mortgage Loan shall be reflected on the Company’s balance sheet and other financial statements as a sale of assets by the Company. The Company shall be responsible for maintaining, and shall maintain, a complete set of books and records for each Mortgage Loan which shall be marked clearly to reflect the ownership of each Mortgage Loan by the Purchaser. In particular, the Company shall maintain in its possession, available for inspection by the Purchaser, or its designee and shall deliver to the Purchaser upon demand, evidence of compliance with all federal, state and local laws, rules and regulations, including but not limited to documentation as to the method used in determining the applicability of the provisions of the Flood Disaster Protection Act of 1973, as amended, to the Mortgaged Property, documentation evidencing insurance coverage and eligibility of any condominium project for approval by Fannie Mae and periodic inspection reports as required by Section 4.13. To the extent that original documents are not required for purposes of realization of Liquidation Proceeds or Insurance Proceeds, documents maintained by the Company may be in the form of microfilm or microfiche or such other reliable means of recreating original documents, including but not limited to, optical imagery techniques. The Company shall maintain with respect to each Mortgage Loan and shall make available for inspection by any Purchaser or its designee the related Servicing File during the time the Purchaser retains ownership of a Mortgage Loan and thereafter in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. The Company shall keep at its servicing office books and records in which, subject to such reasonable regulations as it may prescribe, the Company shall note transfers of Mortgage Loans. No transfer of a Mortgage Loan may be made unless such transfer is in compliance with the terms hereof. For the purposes of this Agreement, the Company shall be under no obligation to deal with any person with respect to this Agreement or the Mortgage Loans unless the books and records show such person as the owner of the Mortgage Loan. The Purchaser may, subject to the terms of this Agreement, sell and transfer one or more of the Mortgage Loans, provided, however, that (i) the transferee will not be deemed to be a Purchaser hereunder binding upon the Company unless (a) such transferee shall agree in writing to be bound by the terms of this Agreement and an original counterpart of the instrument of transfer and an assignment and assumption of this Agreement in the form of Exhibit G hereto executed by the transferee shall have been delivered to the Company, or (b) the transferee is an affiliate of the Purchaser, a depositor, a trustee or any other appropriate party in a Pass-through Transfer and (ii) in no event shall there be more than five Persons at any given time having the status of “Purchaser” hereunder. The Purchaser also shall advise the Company of the transfer. Upon receipt of notice of the transfer, the Company shall mark its books and records to reflect the ownership of the Mortgage Loans of such assignee, and shall release the previous Purchaser from its obligations hereunder with respect to the Mortgage Loans sold or transferred.
Records; Visits The books and records pertaining to the Fund, which are in the possession or under the control of PFPC, shall be the property of the Fund. Such books and records shall be prepared and maintained as required by the 1940 Act and other applicable securities laws, rules and regulations. The Fund and Authorized Persons shall have access to such books and records at all times during PFPC's normal business hours. Upon the reasonable request of the Fund, copies of any such books and records shall be provided by PFPC to the Fund or to an Authorized Person, at the Fund's expense.
Books and Records; Accounting The Member or, if additional member(s) are admitted, the member(s) shall keep or cause to be kept at the address of the Company (or at such other place as the member(s) shall determine in their discretion) true and full books and records regarding the status of the business and financial condition of the Company.
Books and Records; Accounting Controls The Partnership maintains a system of internal accounting controls sufficient to provide reasonable assurance that (i) transactions are executed in accordance with management’s general or specific authorization; (ii) transactions are recorded as necessary to permit preparation of financial statements in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles and to maintain accountability for assets; (iii) access to assets is permitted only in accordance with management’s general or specific authorization; and (iv) the recorded accountability for assets is compared with existing assets at reasonable intervals and appropriate action is taken with respect to any differences.
Records of Purchases The Buyer and the Company shall each maintain records showing the remaining Available Amount at any given time and the dates and Purchase Amounts for each purchase, or shall use such other method reasonably satisfactory to the Buyer and the Company to reconcile the remaining Available Amount.
Financial Records Maintain its books and records in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, applied on a consistent basis, and permit Lender to examine and audit Borrower's books and records at all reasonable times.
Payroll Records 6.34.1 Contractor and any Subcontractor(s) shall comply with the requirements of Labor Code Section 1776. Such compliance includes the obligation to furnish the records specified in Section 1776 directly to the Labor Commissioner in an electronic format, or other format as specified by the Commissioner, in the manner provided by Labor Code Section 1771.4.
Records and Accounting The General Partner shall keep or cause to be kept at the principal office of the Partnership appropriate books and records with respect to the Partnership’s business, including all books and records necessary to provide to the Limited Partners any information required to be provided pursuant to Section 3.4(a). Any books and records maintained by or on behalf of the Partnership in the regular course of its business, including the record of the Record Holders and Assignees of Units or other Partnership Securities, books of account and records of Partnership proceedings, may be kept on, or be in the form of, computer disks, hard drives, punch cards, magnetic tape, photographs, micrographics or any other information storage device; provided, that the books and records so maintained are convertible into clearly legible written form within a reasonable period of time. The books of the Partnership shall be maintained, for financial reporting purposes, on an accrual basis in accordance with U.S. GAAP.
Records to be kept 8.1 The Recipient must: