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The Book. Entry Depositary shall forward to the Issuer or its agents at the Issuer's cost and expense such information from its records as the Issuer may reasonably request to enable the Issuer or its agents to file necessary reports with governmental agencies, and the Book-Entry Depositary, the Issuer or its agents may (but shall not be required to) file any such reports necessary to obtain benefits under any applicable tax treaties for the Depositary or the holders of Book-Entry Notes.
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The Book. Entry Unit Depositary shall not be liable for any error of judgment made in good faith by a Responsible Officer of the Book-Entry Unit Depositary, unless it shall be proved that the Book-Entry Unit Depositary was negligent in ascertaining the pertinent facts.
The Book. Entry Depositary shall forward to the Company or its agents such information from its records as the Company may reasonably request to enable the Company or its agents to file necessary reports with governmental agencies, and the Book-Entry Depositary, the Company or its agents may (but shall not be required to) file any such reports necessary to obtain benefits under any applicable tax treaties for the Depository or beneficial owners of Book-Entry Interests.
The Book. Upon request by Mannatech, and to the extent Lactoferrin can purchase copies of the Book, Lactoferrin shall sell copies of the Book to Mannatech upon payment by Mannatech of $2.95 per copy, plus shipping and handling.
The Book. Entry Depositary shall promptly send to the Depositary a copy of any notices, reports and other communications received relating to the Company or any series of Securities.

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