Shareholder Internet Services Sample Clauses

Shareholder Internet Services. The Transfer Agent shall provide internet access to the Fund’s shareholders through a designated web site (“Shareholder Internet Services”), which will be accessed by the Fund’s shareholders via a link on the Fund’s web site. The Shareholder Internet Services will be provided pursuant to established procedures and will allow shareholders to view their account information and perform certain on-line transaction request capabilities. The Shareholder Internet Services shall be provided at no additional charge, other than the transaction fees currently being charged for the different transactions as described on the Fee Schedule. The Transfer Agent reserves the right to charge a fee for this service in the future.
Shareholder Internet Services. The Transfer Agent shall provide internet access to Company’s Shareholders through Transfer Agent’s web site, www.computershare.com (“Shareholder Internet Services”), pursuant to its established procedures (“Security Procedures”) and fees, to allow Shareholders to view their Account information and perform certain on-line transactions. The Shareholder Internet Services are provided “as is,” on an “as availablebasis, and Transfer Agent hereby specifically disclaims any and all representations or warranties, express or implied, regarding such Services, including any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose and implied warranties arising from course of dealing or course of performance. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in providing Shareholder Internet Services, the Transfer Agent will comply with all applicable laws concerning consent to deliver and delivery of documents electronically.
Shareholder Internet Services. The Transfer Agent shall provide internet access to Customer's shareholders through Transfer Agent's web site, equiserve.com ("Shareholder Internet Services"), pursuant to its established procedures ("Security Procedures"), to allow shareholders to view their account information and perform certain on-line transaction request capabilities. The Transfer Agent reserves the right to charge a fee for this service at any time in the future.
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Shareholder Internet Services. The Transfer Agent shall provide internet access to Customer’s Shareholders through Transfer Agent’s web site, Computershare.com (“Shareholder Internet Services”), pursuant to its established procedures (“Security Procedures”) and fees, to allow Shareholders to view their account information and perform certain on-line transaction request capabilities. Transfer Agent shall at all times use reasonable care in performing Shareholder Internet Services under this Agreement and shall be entitled to rely on electronic instructions from Shareholders submitted through the Shareholder Internet Services or other electronic means pursuant to its Security Procedures. With respect to any claims for losses, damages, costs or expenses which may arise directly or indirectly from security procedures which the Transfer Agent has implemented or omitted, Transfer Agent shall be presumed to have used reasonable care if it has followed, in all material respects, its security procedures then in effect. Transfer Agent’s security procedures for Shareholder Internet Services shall be maintained in conformance to the standards of the financial services industry, and Transfer Agent shall modify such security procedures from time to time to reflect changes in such industry standards. Transfer Agent also may, but shall not be required to, modify such security procedures to the extent it believes, in good faith, that such modifications will enhance the security of Shareholder Internet Services. The Shareholder Internet Services are provided “as is,” on an “as availablebasis, and Transfer Agent hereby specifically disclaims any and all representations or warranties, express or implied, regarding such services provided by Transfer Agent hereunder, including any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose and implied warranties arising from course of dealing or course of performance, provided, however, that the provision of Shareholder Internet Services shall be subject to the applicable performance targets set forth on Schedule A attached hereto.

Related to Shareholder Internet Services

  • Shareholder Services Transfer Agent or its agent will investigate all inquiries from Shareholders of a Fund relating to Shareholder accounts and will respond to all communications from Shareholders and others relating to its duties hereunder and such other correspondence as may from time to time be mutually agreed upon between Transfer Agent and a Fund. Transfer Agent shall provide each Fund with reports concerning Shareholder inquires and the responses thereto by Transfer Agent, in such form and at such times as are agreed to by the Fund and Transfer Agent.

  • Shareholder Information Services a. Make information available to shareholder servicing unit and other remote access units regarding trade date, share price, current holdings, yields, and dividend information.

  • Stockholder Services (i) Manage services for and communications with Stockholders, including answering phone calls, preparing and sending written and electronic reports and other communications;

  • Internet Services Transfer Agent shall make available to Fund and Shareholders, through its web sites, including but not limited to www.computershare.com (collectively, “Web Site”), online access to certain Account and Shareholder information and certain transaction capabilities (“Internet Services”), subject to Transfer Agent’s security procedures and the terms and conditions set forth herein and on the Web Site. Transfer Agent provides Internet Services “as is,” on an “as available” basis, and hereby specifically disclaims any and all representations or warranties, express or implied, regarding such Internet Services, including any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose and implied warranties arising from course of dealing or course of performance. Transfer Agent shall at all times use reasonable care in performing Internet Services under this Agreement.

  • Registration Data Directory Services Until ICANN requires a different protocol, Registry Operator will operate a WHOIS service available via port 43 in accordance with RFC 3912, and a web-­‐based Directory Service at <whois.nic.TLD> providing free public query-­‐based access to at least the following elements in the following format. ICANN reserves the right to specify alternative formats and protocols, and upon such specification, the Registry Operator will implement such alternative specification as soon as reasonably practicable. Registry Operator shall implement a new standard supporting access to domain name registration data (SAC 051) no later than one hundred thirty-­‐five (135) days after it is requested by ICANN if: 1) the IETF produces a standard (i.e., it is published, at least, as a Proposed Standard RFC as specified in RFC 2026); and 2) its implementation is commercially reasonable in the context of the overall operation of the registry.

  • Hosting Services GSI shall load the Web site onto server(s) that are connected to the Internet and readily accessible via the Web through use of the Domain Names. GSI shall ensure that the Web site is functional and ready to process transactions in a reasonably efficient manner.

  • Autism Services This plan covers the following services for the treatment of autism spectrum disorders. • Applied behavior analysis when provided and/or supervised by an individual licensed by the state in which the service is rendered. See the Summary of Medical Benefits for the amount that you pay. • Physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy services when rendered as part of the treatment of autism spectrum disorder. A benefit limit will not apply to these services. • Psychological and psychiatric services, and prescription drugs are also covered. See Behavioral Health Services and Prescription Drugs and Diabetic Equipment or Supplies for additional information. Coverage for autism spectrum disorders does not affect any obligation of a school district, a state or other governmental entity to provide services to an individual under an individualized family service plan, an individualized education program, or similar services required under state or federal law. Services related to autism that are furnished by school personnel are not covered under this plan.

  • Education Services 1.1 Catholic education is intrinsic to the mission of the Church. It is one means by which the Church fulfils its role in assisting people to discover and embrace the fullness of life in Christ. Catholic schools offer a broad, comprehensive curriculum imbued with an authentic Catholic understanding of Christ and his teaching, as well as a lived appreciation of membership of the Catholic Church. Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools Ltd (MACS) governs the operation of MACS schools and owns, governs and operates the School.

  • Acquisition Services (i) Serve as the Company’s investment and financial advisor and provide relevant market research and economic and statistical data in connection with the Company’s assets and investment objectives and policies;

  • Information Services The Custodian may rely upon information received from issuers of Securities or agents of such issuers, information received from Subcustodians or depositories, information from data reporting services that provide detail on corporate actions and other securities information, and other commercially reasonable industry sources; and, provided the Custodian has acted in accordance with the standard of care set forth in Section 6 (a), the Custodian shall have no liability as a result of relying upon such information sources, including but not limited to errors in any such information.