Reproductions. This Agreement and all documents which have been or may be hereinafter furnished by Borrower to the Bank may be reproduced by the Bank by any photographic, photostatic, microfilm, xerographic or similar process, and any such reproduction shall be admissible in evidence as the original itself in any judicial or administrative proceeding (whether or not the original is in existence and whether or not such reproduction was made in the regular course of business).
Reproductions. This Agreement, the Related Agreements and all other documents, instruments and agreements in the possession of any Party which relate hereto or thereto may be reproduced by such Party, and any such reproduction shall be admissible in evidence, with the same effect as the original itself, in any judicial or other administrative proceeding, whether the original is in existence or not. No Party will object to the admission in evidence of any such reproduction, unless the objecting Party reasonably believes that the reproduction does not accurately reflect the contents of the original and objects on that basis.
Reproductions. This Agreement, and all documents relating hereto and thereto, may be stored and/or reproduced by any means or process including electronic or mechanical means. Any reproduction shall be admissible into evidence as the original in any litigation without regard to whether the original is in existence. If a Party signs this Agreement and/or any Accepted Order and then transmits an electronic facsimile of the signature page, (including, without limitation, in PDF format), the receiving Party may rely upon such electronic facsimile as an originally executed signature page without any modification or change to this Agreement, unless such modification or change is noted on such electronic facsimile by the transmitting Party.
Reproductions. For purposes of this LLC Agreement, any copy, facsimile telecommunication or other reliable reproduction of a writing, transmission or signature may be substituted or used in lieu of the original writing, transmission or signature for any and all purposes for which the original writing, transmission or signature could be used; provided that such copy, facsimile telecommunication or other reproduction will be a complete reproduction of the entire original writing, transmission or signature, as the case may be. * Confidential treatment requested
Reproductions. To foster an appreciation of the arts in all people, including those who cannot afford original work, CCAFI believes it is important to offer the opportunity to purchase reproductions of the Exhibitor’s original works. All reproductions must be clearly and individually labeled as such, including any framed reproductions. Reproductions must be in limited and signed editions. No hand-colored reproductions will be considered as original works. Reproductions are an ancillary part of the display and should not exceed 40% of all work displayed. Violators of the spirit, as well as the letter, of this policy will be asked to remove their reproductions. In any dispute, the decision of the Executive Director of CCAFI will prevail.
Reproductions. Product may not be copied, reproduced or distributed, in whole or in part, in any way.
Reproductions. Neither Recipient nor any of its Affiliates or their respective Representatives shall copy or otherwise reproduce any of the Confidential Information or part with possession of any of the Confidential Information, or any reports, extracts, notes, memoranda or other records in respect thereof, without the prior written consent of the Disclosing Group or its Representatives; provided that copies of Confidential Information may be made by or for such persons in order for Recipient to conduct a timely review for purposes of evaluating and negotiating a Possible Transaction.
Reproductions. (a) A document making up the international application, and any later document or correspon- dence relating thereto, may, notwithstanding the pro- visions of Rules 11.14 and 92.1(a), but subject to paragraph (h), be transmitted, to the extent feasible, by telegraph, teleprinter, facsimile machine or other like means of communication resulting in the filing of a printed or written document.