Accounting Referee definition

Accounting Referee means Deloitte LLP.
Accounting Referee means a nationally recognized accounting firm mutually agreed upon by the Parties, provided that prior to the appointment of any Accounting Referee, each Party will certify in writing to the other Party that such Accounting Referee has neither performed any work for such Party or its Affiliates nor been an officer, director or employee of such Party or any of its Affiliates within the preceding five year period.
Accounting Referee means the accounting firm of Deloitte LLP (at its Houston office) or, if Deloitte LLP declines or is otherwise unable or unwilling to act as the Accounting Referee (or, at the time of its retention under this Agreement, is not independent as to Seller and Buyer and their respective Affiliates), then such other nationally-recognized accounting firm as is mutually agreed upon by the Parties in writing.

Examples of Accounting Referee in a sentence

The costs, fees and expenses of the Accounting Referee shall be borne equally by Buyer and Seller.

The Parties shall share the costs and fees of the Accounting Referee equally.

Any resolution of an issue submitted to the Accounting Referee shall be final and binding on the Parties hereto without further recourse.

The Accounting Referee shall resolve any such disagreements as specified in the notice within 30 days of appointment; provided, however, that no Party shall be required to deliver any document or take any other action pursuant to this Section 6.11 if it determines that such action would result in the waiver of any legal privilege or any detriment to its business.

The fees and expenses associated with the Accounting Referee shall be borne equally by Buyer and Seller.


More Definitions of Accounting Referee

Accounting Referee means a nationally recognized accounting firm as is mutually agreed upon by the Parties.
Accounting Referee means a nationally recognized accounting firm with no material relationship with Buyer, Seller or their Affiliates, mutually acceptable to both Buyer and Seller and chosen within five days of the date on which the need to choose the Accounting Referee arises.
Accounting Referee means the accounting firm of Deloitte & Touche, LLP (at its Houston office), or if such firm shall decline or is unable to act, such other nationally recognized accounting firm on which the Parties agree in writing.
Accounting Referee means one of the U.S. big four accounting firms mutually agreed upon by the Parties, together with any experts such firm may require in order to settle a particular dispute.
Accounting Referee means a firm of independent regionally or nationally recognized accountants having no material relationship with the Parent or the Company selected by Parent and reasonably acceptable to the Principal Shareholders.
Accounting Referee means a nationally recognized independent accounting firm that is jointly retained by the parties.
Accounting Referee means a neutral nationally recognized United States accounting firm as is mutually agreed upon by the Parties, together with any experts such firm may require in order to settle a particular dispute.