Responsibility for Information Recipients Sample Clauses

Responsibility for Information Recipients. The Asset Representations Reviewer will be responsible for a breach of this Section 4.9 by its Information Recipients.
Responsibility for Information Recipients. The Asset Representations Reviewer will be responsible for a breach of this Article VII by its Information Recipients.
Responsibility for Information Recipients. The Asset Representations Reviewer will be responsible for a breach of this Section 4.9 by the ARR Information Recipients. The Trust and the Servicer will be responsible for a breach of this Section 4.9 by the Trust Information Recipients. The Trust agrees to cause the Administrator to comply with this Section 4.9.

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  • Company Creation and Use of Confidential Information The Executive understands and acknowledges that the Company has invested, and continues to invest, substantial time, money and specialized knowledge into developing its resources, creating a customer base, generating customer and potential customer lists, training its employees, and improving its offerings in the pharmaceutical industry. The Executive understands and acknowledges that as a result of these efforts, the Company has created, and continues to use and create Confidential Information. This Confidential Information provides the Company with a competitive advantage over others in the marketplace.

  • INFORMATION OF THE PARTIES Information of the Company The Company is a pioneer and a dedicated finance lease company in serving technology and new economy companies in China. As the sole finance lease platform under Zhongguancun Development Group Co., Ltd. ( 中關村發展集團股份有限公司), the Company offers efficient finance lease solutions and a variety of advisory services to satisfy technology and new economy companies’ needs for financial services at different stages of their growth. The Company’s finance lease solutions primarily take the form of direct lease and sale-and-leaseback. The Company also delivers a variety of advisory services, including policy advisory and management and business consulting, to help its customers achieve rapid growth. Information of the Lessees Lessee I is a limited liability company incorporated in the PRC, which is principally engaged in research, development, production and sales of titanium alloy products. Lessee II is a limited liability company incorporated in the PRC, which is principally engaged in the research, development, production and sales of titanium alloy products. Information of the Supplier The Supplier is a limited liability company incorporated in the PRC, which is principally engaged in the research, development, production and sales of titanium alloy products. LISTING RULES IMPLICATIONS The Lessees and the Supplier are under the common control of the same ultimate beneficial owner, the Lessees and the Supplier are parties connected with one another (as set out under Rule 14.23 of the Listing Rules). As the transactions under the Agreements were entered into during the 12-month period, according to Rule 14.22 of the Listing Rules, the transactions thereunder shall be aggregated as a series of transactions. As the highest applicable percentage ratio under each of the Purchase Agreements and the Finance Lease Agreements is less than 5%, while the highest applicable percentage ratio upon aggregation of the Purchase Agreement and the Finance Lease Agreements is higher than 5% but less than 25%, the transactions contemplated under the Purchase Agreement and the Finance Lease Agreements constitute a discloseable transaction of the Company and are subject to the notification and announcement requirements under Chapter 14 of the Listing Rules.

  • HANDLING OF CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION The Company agrees to undertake the following in relation to IHiS’ Confidential Information: to maintain the same in confidence and to use it only for the Purpose and for no other purpose; not to make any commercial use thereof; not to use the same for the benefit of itself or of any third party other than pursuant to a further agreement with IHiS; not to use the same for the purpose of guiding or conducting a search of any information, materials or sources, whether or not available to the public, for any purpose whatsoever, including without limitation, for the purpose of demonstrating that any information falls within one of the exceptions in Clause 1.1(b); not to copy, reproduce, reverse engineer or reduce to writing any part thereof except as may be reasonably necessary for the Purpose and that any copies, reproductions or reductions to writing so made shall be the property of IHiS; not to disclose the Confidential Information whether to its employees or to third parties except in confidence to such of its Representatives who have been informed of the confidential nature thereof and who need to know the same for the Purpose and that: such Representatives are contractually obliged (whether by their contracts of employment or service, or otherwise) not to disclose the same or to use the same otherwise than for the Purpose; and the Company shall enforce such obligations at its expense, and to such extent as may be required by IHiS, in the event of a breach thereof that relates to IHiS' Confidential Information; to ensure the compliance to this NDA (including sub-clauses (a) to (f) above) on the part of its Representatives to whom Confidential Information is disclosed; and to apply to the Confidential Information no lesser security measures and degree of care than those which the Company applies to its own confidential or proprietary information of similar nature, but in no event less than reasonable care, and which the Company warrants as being adequate protection of such information from unauthorised disclosure, copying or use. The Company, as the principal party, shall be responsible and held liable for any breach of this NDA by any of its Representatives. If the Company is uncertain as to whether any information is Confidential Information, the Company shall treat the information as if it was Confidential Information, unless otherwise agreed by IHiS in writing. The Company shall immediately notify IHiS of any unauthorised disclosure or use of the Confidential Information of which the Company becomes aware and will take all steps which IHiS may require in relation to such unauthorised disclosure or use, or to prevent further unauthorised disclosure or use. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Company shall be entitled to make any disclosure of the Confidential Information as required by law, but shall give IHiS not less than TWO (2) business days' notice of such disclosure and shall consult with IHiS prior to such disclosure with a view to avoiding such disclosure, if legally possible.

  • Treatment of Proprietary and Confidential Information A. Both parties agree that it may be necessary to provide each other during the term of this Agreement with certain confidential information, including trade secret information, including but not limited to, technical and business plans, technical information, proposals, specifications, drawings, procedures, customer account data and like information (hereinafter collectively referred to as “Information”). Both parties agree that all Information shall either be in writing or other tangible format and clearly marked with a confidential, private or proprietary legend, or, when the Information is communicated orally, it shall also be communicated that the Information is confidential, private or proprietary. The Information will be returned to the owner within a reasonable time. Both parties agree that the Information shall not be copied or reproduced in any form. Both parties agree to receive such Information and not disclose such Information. Both parties agree to protect the Information received from distribution, disclosure or dissemination to anyone except employees of the parties with a need to know such Information and which employees agree to be bound by the terms of this Section. Both parties will use the same standard of care to protect Information received as they would use to protect their own confidential and proprietary Information.

  • Access to Personal Information by Subcontractors Supplier agrees to require any subcontractors or agents to which it discloses Personal Information under this Agreement or under any SOW to provide reasonable assurance, evidenced by written contract, that they will comply with the same or substantially similar confidentiality, privacy and security obligations with respect to such Personal Information as apply to Supplier under this Agreement or any SOW. Supplier shall confirm in writing to DXC that such contract is in place as a condition to DXC’s approval of use of a subcontractor in connection with any SOW. Upon request of DXC, Supplier will provide to DXC a copy of the subcontract or an extract of the relevant clauses. Supplier shall ensure that any failure on the part of any subcontractor or agent to comply with the Supplier obligations under this Agreement or any SOW shall be grounds to promptly terminate such subcontractor or agent. If during the term of this Agreement or any SOW, DXC determines, in its exclusive discretion, that any Supplier subcontractor or agent cannot comply with the Supplier obligations under this Agreement or with any SOW, then DXC may terminate this Agreement in whole or in part (with respect to any SOW for which such subcontractor or agent is providing services), if not cured by Supplier within the time prescribed in the notice of such deficiency.

  • Maintenance of Confidential Information The Contractor acknowledges that in the course of its appointment hereunder the Contractor will, either directly or indirectly, have access to and be entrusted with information (whether oral, written or by inspection) relating to the Company or its respective affiliates, associates or customers (the “Confidential Information”). For the purposes of this Agreement, “Confidential Information” includes, without limitation, any and all Developments (as defined herein), trade secrets, inventions, innovations, techniques, processes, formulas, drawings, designs, products, systems, creations, improvements, documentation, data, specifications, technical reports, customer lists, supplier lists, distributor lists, distribution channels and methods, retailer lists, reseller lists, employee information, financial information, sales or marketing plans, competitive analysis reports and any other thing or information whatsoever, whether copyrightable or uncopyrightable or patentable or unpatentable. The Contractor acknowledges that the Confidential Information constitutes a proprietary right, which the Company is entitled to protect. Accordingly the Contractor covenants and agrees that during the Term and thereafter until such time as all the Confidential Information becomes publicly known and made generally available through no action or inaction of the Contractor, the Contractor will keep in strict confidence the Confidential Information and shall not, without prior written consent of the Company in each instance, disclose, use or otherwise disseminate the Confidential Information, directly or indirectly, to any third party.

  • Treatment of Confidential Information (A) Each party agrees that at all times during and after the terms of this Agreement, it shall use, handle, collect, maintain, and safeguard Confidential Information in accordance with (1) the confidentiality and non-disclosure requirements of this Agreement; (2) the GLB Act, as applicable and as it may be amended; and (3) such other Applicable Law, whether in effect now or in the future.

  • Access to Confidential Information Each party acknowledges that the other party, its employees or agents, may be given access to Confidential Information relating to the other parties' business or the operation of this Agreement or any negotiations relating to this Agreement.

  • Responsibility for Use (a) The Company alone will be responsible for furnishing, or arranging for a third party to furnish, all data and information required by the Documentation and the specifications therein for the Licensed System to function and perform in accordance with the Documentation, other than the data and information residing in the Licensed System in connection with BNYM’s performance of the Core Services. BNYM shall have no liability or responsibility for any Loss caused in whole or in part by the Company’s or a Permitted User’s exercise of the Licensed Rights or use of the Licensed System or by data or information of any nature inputted into the Licensed System by or under the direction or authorization of Company or a Permitted User; provided, however, this Section 2.5 shall not relieve BNYM of its obligation to act in accordance with its obligations under the Main Agreement. Company shall be responsible and solely liable for the cost or expense of regenerating any output or other remedial action if the Company, a Permitted User or an agent of either shall have failed to transmit properly and in the correct format any data or information, shall have transmitted erroneous or incorrect information or data, or shall have failed to timely verify or reconcile any such data or information when it is generated by the Licensed System (“Data Faults”).

  • Responsibility for Content Vendor is solely responsible for administration, content, intellectual property rights, and all materials at Vendor’s website. DIR reserves the right to require a change of listed content if, in the opinion of DIR, it does not adequately represent the Contract.