Reliance on Third Parties Sample Clauses

Reliance on Third Parties. The Administrative Agent shall be entitled to rely upon, and shall not incur any liability for relying upon, any notice, request, certificate, consent, statement, instrument, document or other writing believed by it to be genuine and to have been signed or sent by the proper Person. The Administrative Agent also may rely upon any statement made to it orally or by telephone and believed by it to be made by the proper Person, and shall not incur any liability for relying thereon. The Administrative Agent may consult with legal counsel (who may be counsel for any Loan Party), independent accountants and other experts selected by it, and shall not be liable for any action taken or not taken by it in accordance with the advice of any such counsel, accountants or experts.
Reliance on Third Parties. Our ability to provide certain Services (e.g., in connection with electronic data interchange) is dependent upon our ability to obtain or provide access to third party networks. In the event any third party network is unavailable or we determine, in our discretion, that we cannot continue providing any third party network access, we may discontinue the related Service or may provide the Service through an alternate third party network. In such situations, we will have no liability for the unavailability of access. We will not be responsible for any services you receive from third party vendors.
Reliance on Third Parties. Subject to paragraph 3 of Article 4, regardless of whether an election is made under paragraph E of section I of this Annex I, the Cayman Islands may permit Reporting Cayman Islands Financial Institutions to rely on due diligence procedures performed by third parties to the extent provided in the U.S. Treasury Regulation. ANNEX II NON-REPORTING CAYMAN ISLANDS FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND EXEMPT PRODUCTS AND NON-REPORTABLE UNITED KINGDOM ENTITIES The following Entities are treated as either exempt beneficial owners, and/or as other Non- Reporting Cayman Islands Financial Institutions, as the case may be, and the following Exempt Products are excluded from the definition of Financial Accounts. This Annex II may be modified by a mutual agreement entered into between the Competent Authorities of the Cayman Islands and the United Kingdom: (1) to include additional Entities and accounts that present a low risk of being used by United Kingdom Persons to evade United Kingdom tax and that have similar characteristics to the Entities and accounts described in this Annex II as of the date of signature of the Agreement; or (2) to remove Entities and accounts that, due to changes in circumstances, no longer present a low risk of being used by United Kingdom Persons to evade United Kingdom tax. Any such addition or removal shall be effective on the date of signature of the mutual agreement, unless otherwise provided therein. Procedures for reaching such an agreement may be included in the mutual agreement described in paragraph 6 of Article 3 of the Agreement.
Reliance on Third Parties. Even if completed, the Project will rely, in whole or partly, on third parties to adopt and implement it and to continue to develop, supply, and otherwise support it. There is no assurance or guarantee that those third parties will complete their work, properly carry out their obligations, or otherwise meet anyone’s needs, all of might have a material adverse effect on the Project.
Reliance on Third Parties. The Mortgages Trustee may, in relation to these presents, act on the opinion or advice of or a certificate or any information obtained from any lawyer, banker, valuer, broker, accountant, financial adviser, securities dealer, merchant bank, computer consultant or other expert in the United Kingdom or elsewhere and shall not, provided that it shall not have acted fraudulently or in breach of any of the provisions of the Transaction Documents, be responsible for any loss occasioned by so acting. Any such opinion, advice, certificate or information may be sent or obtained by letter, telemessage, telex, cable or facsimile device and the Mortgages Trustee shall not be liable for acting on any opinion, advice, certificate or information purporting to be so conveyed although the same shall contain some error or shall not be authentic, provided that such error or lack of authenticity shall not be manifest.
Reliance on Third Parties. Lender may perform any of its responsibilities hereunder through one or more agents, attorneys or independent contractors. In addition, Lender may conclusively rely upon the advice or determinations of any such agents, attorneys or independent contractors in performing any discretionary function under the terms of this Agreement.
Reliance on Third Parties. Any Related Person may (in its own name or in the name of the Partnership) consult with counsel, accountants and other professional advisors in respect of the affairs of the Partnership, any other Person in which the Partnership has a direct or indirect interest and each Related Person shall be deemed not to have acted in bad faith or with gross negligence or to have materially breached this Agreement or engaged in intentional misconduct with respect to any action or failure to act and shall be fully protected and justified in so acting or failing to act, if such action or failure to act is in conformity with the advice or opinion of such counsel, accountants or other professional advisors, except for actions or failures to act by such Related Person which constitute a knowing violation of law, provided that such advisors were selected with reasonable care.