Taxes and Fees Imposed on Providing Party But Passed On To Purchasing Party 11.4.1 Taxes and fees imposed on the providing Party, which are permitted or required to be passed on by the providing Party to its customer, shall be borne by the purchasing Party.
Taxes Imposed on Customers With respect to any purchase hereunder of Services that are resold to a third party, if any federal, state or local Tax is imposed by Applicable Law on the subscriber, end-user, Customer or ultimate consumer (“Subscriber”) in connection with any such purchase, which a Telecommunications Company is required to impose and/or collect from a Subscriber, then the Purchasing Party (a) shall be required to impose and/or collect such Tax from the Subscriber and (b) shall timely remit such Tax to the applicable taxing authority.
Taxes and Fees Imposed Directly On Either Providing Party or Purchasing Party 11.2.1 Taxes and fees imposed on the providing Party, which are not permitted or required to be passed on by the providing Party to its customer, shall be borne and paid by the providing Party.
Taxes and Fees Imposed on Purchasing Party But Collected And Remitted By Providing Party 11.3.1 Taxes and fees imposed on the purchasing Party shall be borne by the purchasing Party, even if the obligation to collect and/or remit such taxes or fees is placed on the providing Party.
Out-of-Pocket Expenses In addition to Beneficial Owner Servicing Fees and Networked Account Servicing Fees paid in accordance with Section 3 of this Agreement, the Investment Company shall reimburse FTIS monthly (i) for all classes of shares, other than any Class R6 shares, for the following out-of-pocket expenses paid to third parties in connection with the servicing of Accounts as required under the terms of this Agreement and (ii) for any Class R6 shares, for the following out-of-pocket expenses paid to third parties in connection with the servicing of shareholder accounts as required under the terms of this Agreement: Expenses in connection with the preparation and physical or electronic delivery of shareholder communications required under the terms of this Agreement, such as prospectuses, shareholder reports, tax information, proxy statements, and shareholder statements. Such amounts paid to third parties include, but are not limited to, costs of printing, mailing, stationary, forms, postage, and electronic delivery. In the case of out-of-pocket expenses incurred by FTIS or an affiliate associated with the printing of new account confirming prospectuses (which prospectuses the Investment Company is obligated to deliver under its Underwriting Agreement and that FTIS agrees to deliver, on behalf of the Fund, in connection with the confirmation process), FTIS and the Investment Company each will pay one-half (50%) of the costs of printing the new account confirming prospectus (including, but not limited to, print on demand prospectuses used for that purpose); Telephone costs associated with servicing shareholders in accordance with this agreement; ACH, Federal Reserve and bank charges for check clearance, electronic funds transfers, wire transfers, and other banking charges associated with account and cash reconciliation for shareholder activity; Data Storage: Retention of electronic and paper account records; and other costs associated with data storage of account records and transactions records (e.g., magnetic tape, microfilm and microfiche, and digital images); Insurance against loss of Share certificates when in transit; Terminals, transmitting lines and any expenses incurred in connection with such terminals and lines established and/or maintained by FTIS to perform its obligations under this agreement; Amounts paid to independent accounting firms to perform independent audits of FTIS and the issuance of reports such as a SOC-1; Amounts paid in connection with use of national data bases to comply with requirements for locating lost shareholders; Proxy solicitation and tabulation expenses; NSCC expenses. Costs associated with NSCC system use, including networking services, hardware and circuits to send customer cost basis information, commission and 12b-1 fees to brokerage firms All other miscellaneous expenses reasonably incurred by FTIS in the performance of its obligations under the Agreement, excluding the costs relating to the compensation of Agents as contemplated under Section 14 of the Agreement. This Schedule B may be amended by FTIS upon not less than 30 days' written notice to the Investment Company, subject to approval by the Board. SCHEDULE C Beneficial Owner Servicing Fees and Networked Account Servicing Fees for each fiscal year of the Fund may not exceed (i), for each contract with an institution based on Fund assets, 15 basis points (0.15%) of such Fund's net assets attributable to the appropriate class of shares for which such institution provides services as contemplated by Section 3(b)(ii) and (iii) of this Agreement (“Services”) or (ii) for each contract with an institution based upon a flat per account fee, $16 per account for accounts that are not subject to a contingent deferred sales charge for which the institution provides Services and $19 per account for accounts that are subject to a contingent deferred sales charge for which the institution provides Services. This Schedule C may be amended only upon agreement in advance of FTIS, the Investment Company and its Board of Trustees/Directors. SCHEDULE D As the registered transfer agent and shareholder servicing agent for the Funds, FTIS is responsible for providing overall support for the customers of each Fund, including shareholders, financial advisors, distribution intermediaries, and other authorized representatives. FTIS controls the flow of the customer interactions, processes transactions, and handles inquiries while ensuring mitigation of operational, financial, regulatory, and reputational risk. FTIS is responsible for affecting activity in accordance with fund policies, (e.g. Rule 12b-1 payments, fund openings, reorganizations, closings), as well as required trade confirmations, statements, and tax reporting. FTIS maintains relationships with the back offices of intermediaries and ensures appropriate payments to intermediaries and other service vendors in accordance with this Agreement. Specific functions FTIS performs in accordance with securities laws, IRS laws or other regulations include: AS TRANSFER AGENT FOR THE INVESTMENT COMPANY, FTIS WILL: Upon receipt of proper authorization, record the transfer of Fund shares ("Shares") in its transfer records in the name(s) of the appropriate legal shareholder(s) of record; and Upon receipt of proper authorization, redeem Shares, debit shareholder accounts and provide for payment to shareholders. AS SHAREHOLDER SERVICE AGENT FOR THE INVESTMENT COMPANY, FTIS WILL: Receive from the Investment Company, from the Investment Company's Principal Underwriter or from a Fund shareholder, in a manner acceptable to FTIS, information necessary to record Share sales and redemptions and to generate sale and/or redemption confirmations; o Mail, or electronically transmit, sale and/or redemption confirmations; Coordinate the delivery of an account opening prospectus with delivery of initial purchase confirmations; Accept and process payments from investors and their broker-dealers or other agents, for the purchase of Shares; Support the use of automated systems for payment and other share transactions, such as NSCC Fund/Serv and Networking and other systems which may be reasonably requested by FTIS customers; Keep records as necessary to implement any deferred sales charges, exchange restrictions or other policies of the Investment Company affecting Share transactions, including without limitation any restrictions or policies applicable to certain classes of shares, as stated in the applicable prospectus; o Requisition Shares in accordance with instructions of the Principal Underwriter, if applicable; o Open, maintain and close shareholder accounts; Establish registration of ownership of Shares in accordance with generally accepted form; Maintain records of (i) issued Shares and (ii) number of shareholders and their aggregate shareholdings classified according to their residence in each State of the United States or foreign country; Accept and process telephone exchanges and redemptions for Shares in accordance with a Fund's Telephone Exchange and Redemption Privileges as described in the Fund's current prospectus. Maintain and safeguard records for each shareholder showing name(s), address, number of any certificates issued, and number of Shares registered in such name(s), together with continuous proof of the outstanding Shares, and dealer identification, and reflecting all current changes. On request, provide information as to an investor's qualification for Cumulative Quantity Discount. Provide all accounts with, at minimum, quarterly and year-end historical statements; Provide on request a duplicate set of records for file maintenance in the Investment Company's office; Provide for the proper allocation of proceeds of share sales to the Investment Company and to the Principal Underwriter, in accordance with the applicable prospectus; Redeem Shares and provide for the preparation and delivery of liquidation proceeds, including the processing of redemption checks and maintain checking account records; Exercise reasonable and good-faith business judgment in the registration of Share transfers, pledges and releases from pledges in accordance with the California Uniform Commercial Code - - Investment Securities; Upon receipt of proper documentation, place stop transfers, obtain necessary insurance forms, and cancel lost, stolen or destroyed Share certificates, and record ownership of Shares formerly represented by such certificates in its transfer records in the name(s) of the appropriate legal shareholder(s) of record, so long as applicable; Check surrendered certificates for stop transfer restrictions, so long as applicable. Although FTIS cannot ensure the genuineness of certificates surrendered for cancellation, it will employ all due reasonable care in deciding the genuineness of such certificates and the guarantor of the signature(s) thereon; o Cancel surrendered certificates and record ownership of Shares formerly represented by such certificates in its transfer records in the name(s) of the appropriate legal shareholder(s) of record, so long as applicable;
Third-Party Charges Customer may incur charges from third party service providers that are separate and apart from the amounts charged by Comcast. These may include, without limitation, charges resulting from accessing on-line services, calls to parties who charge for their telephone based services, purchasing or subscribing to other offerings via the Internet or interactive options on Public View Video, Video, or otherwise. Customer agrees that all such charges, including all applicable taxes, are Customer’s sole responsibility. In addition, Customer is solely responsible for protecting the security of credit card information provided to others in connection with such transactions.
Taxes and Other Charges for Which Tenant Is Directly Responsible 4.5.1 Tenant shall be liable for and shall pay ten (10) days before delinquency, taxes levied against Tenant’s equipment, furniture, fixtures and any other personal property located in or about the Premises. If any such taxes on Tenant’s equipment, furniture, fixtures and any other personal property are levied against Landlord or Landlord’s property or if the assessed value of Landlord’s property is increased by the inclusion therein of a value placed upon such equipment, furniture, fixtures or any other personal property and if Landlord pays the taxes based upon such increased assessment, which Landlord shall have the right to do regardless of the validity thereof but only under proper protest if requested by Tenant, Tenant shall upon demand repay to Landlord the taxes so levied against Landlord or the proportion of such taxes resulting from such increase in the assessment, as the case may be.