Right to Monitor. 54. COUNTY or any subdivision or appointee thereof, and the State of California or any subdivision or appointee thereof, including the Auditor General, shall have absolute right to review and audit all records, books, papers, documents, corporate minutes, financial records, staff information, client records, other pertinent items as requested, and shall have absolute right to monitor the performance of CONTRACTOR in the delivery of services provided under this Contract. Full cooperation shall be given by the CONTRACTOR in any auditing or monitoring conducted, according to this agreement.
Right to Monitor. The Department shall have the right to review any program related records, documentation, and materials and to request any additional information. The Department may also monitor any of the processes and expectations outlined in this contract at any time to ensure compliance and quality performance.
Right to Monitor. The Website, its owner, and STINA may, but are not obligated, to monitor all material posted on the Website. They retain the right to review, vet, revise, and/ or remove any material deemed by them to be inappropriate or inaccurate. They also retain the right to terminate the account, prohibit the access, and prevent the contribution or comments, of any user or visitor to the Website, including you, without prior notice and without any right of refund, set- off, or hearing.
Right to Monitor. Merchant, Buyer and the DIP Agent and the Pre-Petition Term Agent shall have the right to monitor the Sale and activities attendant thereto and to be present in the Stores during the hours when the Stores are open for business; provided that Merchant’s, Buyer’s and or the DIP Agent’s and Pre-Petition Term Agent’s presence does not unreasonably disrupt the conduct of the Sale. Merchant and Buyer shall also have a right of access to the Stores at any time in the event of an emergency situation and shall promptly notify Agent of such emergency.
Right to Monitor. The City of Providence shall have the right to monitor Subrecipient’s compliance with all applicable SLFRF Program requirements by whatever means the City of Providence deems appropriate. This right shall continue throughout and until the City of Providence’s grant closeout with USDT or for a 10-year period following the execution of this Contract Agreement, whichever period is longer in duration.
Right to Monitor. CalACES, shall have absolute right to review and audit all records, books, papers, documents, corporate minutes, and other pertinent items as requested, and shall have absolute right to monitor the performance of VENDOR in the delivery of services provided under this Contract. VENDOR shall give full cooperation, in any auditing or monitoring conducted. VENDOR shall cooperate with CalACES in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of this agreement and comply with any and all reporting requirements established by CalACES. In the event CalACES determines that VENDOR’s performance of its duties or other terms of this contract are deficient in any manner, CalACES/County will notify VENDOR of such deficiency in writing or orally, provided written confirmation is given five (5) days thereafter. VENDOR shall remedy any deficiency within forty-eight (48) hours of such notification, or CalACES/County at their option, may terminate this contract immediately upon written notice, or remedy deficiency and off-set the cost thereof from any amounts due the VENDOR under this contract or otherwise. Availability of Records VENDOR shall maintain all records and books pertaining to the delivery of services under this Agreement and demonstrate accountability for agreement performance. All records shall be complete and current and comply with all Agreement requirements. Failure to maintain acceptable records shall be considered grounds for withholding of payments for invoices submitted and/or termination of Agreement. All records relating to the VENDOR’s personnel, VENDORs, subcontractors, Service/Scope of Work and expenses pertaining to this Agreement shall be kept in generally acceptable accounting format. Records should include primary source documents. Fiscal records shall be kept in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and must account for all funds, tangible assets, revenue and expenditures. Fiscal records must comply with the appropriate Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circulars which state the administrative requirements, cost principles and other standards for accountancy.
Right to Monitor. Upon City Light’s reasonable prior request to WMRE, representatives of City Light shall be allowed to visit the Facility Expansion and to ascertain the condition of the Facility Expansion, all at City Light’s sole risk and expense. City Light shall, where possible, make this request at least thirty (30) Days in advance of the visit. City Light shall defend, indemnify and hold WMRE harmless against any claims, demands, or liabilities of any nature whatsoever asserted by any of its representatives on account of any personal injury or property damage suffered by such representative while visiting the Facility Expansion.