Property Inspection The Servicer is required to inspect each Delinquent Mortgaged Property at such time and in such manner as is in accordance with Prudent Servicing Practices. The Servicer must prepare a Property Inspection Report following each inspection. All Property Inspection Reports must be retained by the Servicer and copies thereof must be forwarded to the Master Servicer promptly upon request. All expenses related to the foregoing shall be recoverable by the Servicer from the Principal or from Liquidation Proceeds, Insurance Proceeds, payments on the related Mortgage Loan or any other source relating to the related Mortgage Loan or the related Mortgaged Property. The foregoing shall not preclude the Servicer from recovering such expenses from the Borrower to the extent permitted by applicable law and the related Mortgage Loan Documents.
Property Inspections The Servicer shall conduct property inspections in accordance with the milestones of the repair and rehabilitation plan for such Mortgaged Property and prepare Property Inspection Reports on any Mortgaged Property involving property damage over $15,000. The Servicer shall furnish a copy of the repair and rehabilitation plan for such Mortgaged Property to the Master Servicer upon request.
Records; Inspection TDCC and its Affiliates shall keep complete, true and accurate books of account and records for the purpose of determining the royalty amounts (and revenues received from Sublicensees) which are payable to Symyx under this Agreement. Such books and records shall be kept at the principal place of business of such party, as the case may be, for at least three (3) years following the end of the calendar year quarter to which they pertain. Such records will be open for inspection during such three (3) year period by a public accounting firm to whom TDCC has no reasonable objection, solely for the purpose of verifying royalty reports provided pursuant to Section 6.1. Such inspections may be made no more than once each calendar year, at reasonable times and on reasonable notice. Inspections conducted under this Section 6.4 shall be at the expense of Symyx, unless a variation or error producing an increase in the payment due exceeding the greater of ten thousand U.S. dollars ($10,000) or ten percent (10%) of the amount stated for any period covered by the inspection is established in the course of any such inspection, whereupon all reasonable costs relating to the inspection for such period and any unpaid amounts that are discovered will be paid promptly by TDCC or the Affiliate together with interest thereon from the date such payments were due at the lesser of (i) the prime rate (as reported by the Bank of America, San Francisco, California), plus an additional two percent (2%) or (ii) the maximum rate permitted by law. The public accounting firm employees shall sign a reasonable confidentiality agreement as a condition precedent to their inspection, and shall report to Symyx only that information which would be contained in a properly prepared royalty report by TDCC. Symyx agrees to hold in strict confidence all information received concerning royalty payments and reports, and all information learned in the course of any audit or inspection, except to the extent necessary for Symyx to reveal such information in order to enforce its rights under this Agreement or if disclosure is required by law.
Goods Inspection The Commissioner of DAS, in consultation with the Client Agency, shall determine the manner and prescribe the inspection of all Goods and the tests of all samples submitted to determine whether they comply with all of the specifications in the Contract. If any Goods fail in any way to meet the specifications in the Contract, the Client Agency or the Commissioner of DAS may, in its sole discretion, either reject it and owe nothing or accept it and pay for it on an adjusted price basis, depending on the degree to which the Goods meet the specifications. Any decision pertaining to any such failure or rejection shall be final and binding.
Physical Inspection Subject to the limitations set forth in this Section 4.1(c) and notwithstanding any provision to the contrary in this Agreement, commencing on the Effective Date and continuing through the Closing or any earlier termination of this Agreement, Buyer shall have the right, at Buyer’s expense, to make inspections (including tests, surveys and other studies) of the Real Property and all matters relating thereto, including, but not limited to, soils and geologic conditions, location of property lines, utility availability and use restrictions, environmental conditions, the manner or quality of the construction of the Improvements, the habitability, merchantability, marketability, profitability or fitness for a particular purpose of the Real Property, the effect of applicable planning, zoning and subdivision statutes, ordinances, regulations, restrictions and permits, the character and amount of any fees or charges that must be paid to further develop, improve and/or occupy the Real Property and all other matters relating to the Real Property. Prior to Closing, Buyer and its agents, contractors and subcontractors shall have the right to enter upon the Real Property, at reasonable times during ordinary business hours, to make inspections and tests as Buyer deems reasonably necessary and which may be accomplished without causing any material damage to the Real Property including, without limitation, the right to conduct a phase I environmental audit and an investigation with respect to the Real Property’s compliance with the requirements of Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in no event shall Buyer, its agents, contractors or subcontractors conduct any invasive testing on the Real Property without Seller’s prior written approval, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed. Buyer shall not materially interfere with any Tenant, occupant or invitee of the Real Property in making such inspections or tests, and shall return and restore the Property to substantially its original condition prior to such inspections or tests. Buyer shall not permit any liens or encumbrances to be placed against the Real Property in connection with Buyer’s investigation and inspection of the Real Property and/or in connection with Buyer’s activities on the Real Property. Buyer hereby agrees to and shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless Seller and Seller’s members, managers, partners, officers, directors, shareholders, employees, agents, representatives, invitees, successors and assigns (each, a “Seller Group Indemnitee”), from and against any and all claims, demands, and causes of action for personal injury or property damage, and all damages, judgments, liabilities, costs, fees and expenses (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) resulting therefrom, arising out of any entry onto the Real Property by Buyer, its agents, employees, contractors and/or subcontractors, pursuant to this Section 4.1(c) hereof, provided, however, Buyer shall not be obligated to indemnify, defend or hold harmless Seller or any Seller Group Indemnitee for any such claims, demands and/or causes of action or any such damages, judgments, liabilities, costs, fees or expenses caused by: (i) the discovery of conditions that were present before Buyer or its representatives entered onto the Real Property, or the accidental or inadvertent release of any Hazardous Materials that were in, on or under the Real Property prior to such entry; or (ii) the negligent or willful misconduct of Seller or any Seller Group Indemnitee. The covenants, agreements and obligations of Buyer set forth in this Section 4.1(c) shall survive the termination of this Agreement and the Closing, as applicable.
IN INSPECTION Before, at the time of the Tenant accepting possession, or shortly thereafter, the Landlord and Tenant: (check one) ☐ - Agree to inspect the Premises and write any present damages or needed repairs on a move-in checklist. ☐ - Shall not inspect the Premises or complete a move-in checklist.
Environmental Inspection If Lessee has not given notice of exercise of its Purchase Option on the Expiration Date pursuant to Section 20.1 or for whatever reason Lessee does not purchase a Property in accordance with the terms of this Lease, then not more than one hundred twenty (120) days nor less than sixty (60) days prior to the Expiration Date, Lessee at its expense shall cause to be delivered to Lessor a Phase I environmental site assessment recently prepared (no more than thirty (30) days prior to the date of delivery) by an independent recognized professional reasonably acceptable to Lessor, and in form, scope and content reasonably satisfactory to Lessor.
Environmental Inspections In the event Landlord has a reasonable basis to believe that Tenant is in breach of its obligations under this Article XXXII, Landlord shall have the right, from time to time, during normal business hours and upon not less than five (5) days written notice to Tenant, except in the case of an emergency in which event no notice shall be required, to conduct an inspection of the Leased Property to determine the existence or presence of Hazardous Substances on or about the Leased Property. Landlord shall have the right to enter and inspect the Leased Property, conduct any testing, sampling and analyses it deems necessary and shall have the right to inspect materials brought into the Leased Property. Landlord may, in its discretion, retain such experts to conduct the inspection, perform the tests referred to herein, and to prepare a written report in connection therewith. All reasonable costs and expenses incurred by Landlord under this Section 32.5 shall be paid on demand as Additional Charges by Tenant to Landlord. Failure to conduct an environmental inspection or to detect unfavorable conditions if such inspection is conducted shall in no fashion be intended as a release of any liability for environmental conditions subsequently determined to be associated with or to have occurred during Tenant’s tenancy. Tenant shall remain liable for any environmental condition related to or having occurred during its tenancy regardless of when such conditions are discovered and regardless of whether or not Landlord conducts an environmental inspection at the termination of this Master Lease. The obligations set forth in this Article XXXII shall survive the expiration or earlier termination of this Master Lease.
SITE INSPECTION Where a site inspection is required by the Bid Specifications or Project Definition, Bidder shall be required to inspect the site, including environmental or other conditions for pre-existing deficiencies that may affect the installed Product, equipment, or environment or services to be provided and, which may affect Bidder’s ability to properly deliver, install or otherwise provide the required Product. All inquiries regarding such conditions shall be made in writing. Bidder shall be deemed to have knowledge of any deficiencies or conditions which such inspection or inquiry might have disclosed. Bidder must provide a detailed explanation with its Bid if additional work is required under this clause in order to properly complete the delivery and installation of the required Product or provide the requested service.
MOVE-IN INSPECTION Before, at the time of the Tenant accepting possession, or shortly thereafter, the Landlord and Tenant: (check one) ☐ - Agree to inspect the Premises and write any present damages or needed repairs on a move-in checklist. ☐ - Shall not inspect the Premises or complete a move-in checklist.