Costs of Investigation definition

Costs of Investigation means reasonable and necessary legal fees (including but not limited to attorneys’ fees and experts’ fees) and expenses (other than regular or overtime wages, salaries, fees or benefits of the Insured Persons or the Insured Organization’s overhead expenses) incurred by the Insured Organization (including its board of directors or any committee of its board of directors) in connection with the investigation or evaluation of any Derivative Demand.
Costs of Investigation means all reasonable costs, charges, fees and expenses consented to by the Insurer (including but not limited to attorney's fees and expert's fees but not including any settlement, judgment or damages and not including any compensation or fees of any Individual Insured) incurred by the Company or its board of directors (or any equivalent management body), or any committee of the board of directors (or any equivalent management body), solely in connection with a Company Shareholder Derivative Investigation.

Examples of Costs of Investigation in a sentence

The Underwriters shall pay on behalf of the Insured Organization all Costs of Investigation resulting from any Derivative Demand first made and reported in writing to the Underwriters during the Policy Period or Optional Reporting Period, if applicable, for a Wrongful Act.

The Underwriters shall pay on behalf of the Insured Organization all Costs of Investigation resulting from any Derivative Demand first made and reported in writing to the Underwriters during the Policy Period or Optional Extension Period, if applicable, for a Wrongful Act.

The amount set forth in Item 4.B. of the Declarations as ‘Derivative Demand Sublimit’ shall be our maximum aggregate Sublimit of Liability for all Costs of Investigation arising from all Derivative Demands under Insuring Agreement I.D. of Coverage Section B.

We will pay all Costs of Investigation resulting from any Derivative Demand first made during the Policy Period, or the Extended Reporting Period if applicable, and reported in accordance with the notice provisions of Section VIII.

Costs of Investigation and Enforcement Adjustment The costs of investigation and enforcement are “other factors as justice may require”, and should be added to the liability amount.

The D&O Coverage Section includes two additional sections providing coverage to the Debtors, “Coverage C: Crisisfund Insurance” and “Coverage D: Costs of Investigation for Derivative Demand.” The Trustee does not contend that coverage under these sections has been triggered.

Consequential Damages, Interest, and Costs of Investigation Are Not Separately Recoverable as Damages under the FCA One rationale offered for the FCA’s potentially draconian penalties is that they serve as a form of liquidated damages in cases where damages are difficult to prove.

COVERAGE D: COSTS OF INVESTIGATION FOR DERIVATIVE DEMAND This D&O Coverage Section shall pay the Costs of Investigation of the Company arising from a Company Shareholder Derivative Investigation in response to a Derivative Demand up to the amount set forth in Item 5 of the Declarations as amended by Item 3(b) of each Program Participants Endorsement.

The student can receive all Title IV funds once the student has posted attendance and met the 60% attendance requirement per DOE and, once the Title IV funds are processed and posted to the account.**Title IV funds are not automatically eligible funds and the student is required to sit for at least 60% of the semester for the Title IV loans to be eligible for retention.

COSTS OF INVESTIGATION FOR DERIVATIVE DEMAND The maximum limit of the Insurer's liability for Costs of Investigation arising from all Company Shareholder Derivative Investigations occurring during the Policy Period or the Discovery Period (if applicable), in the aggregate, shall be the amount set forth in Item 3(b) of each Program Participants Endorsement (the "Costs of Investigation Sublimit of Liability").

Related to Costs of Investigation

Investigation means all activities of an insurer directly or indirectly related to the determination of liabilities under coverages afforded by an insurance policy or insurance contract.
Complaint Investigation means an investigation of any complaint that has been made to a proper authority that is not covered by an abuse investigation.
Background investigation means the investigation conducted by a licensee or applicant to support the determination of trustworthiness and reliability.
Remediation Costs means the cost of any action taken to reduce the concentration of contaminants on, in or under the Eligible Property to permit a record of site condition to be filed in the Environmental Site Registry under section 168.4 of the Environmental Protection Act and the cost of complying with any certificate of property use issued under section 168.6 of the Environmental Protection Act, as further specified in the CIP.
Audits means the audits and reviews carried out by the Bank or the Bank's auditors, experts and insurers, as the case may be in accordance with the terms and conditions set out in Section 19.
Litigation Costs means all reasonable fees, costs, charges and expenses, incurred by Indemnitee in connection with any Proceeding, including, without limitation, attorneys’ fees, disbursements and retainers (including, without limitation, any such fees, disbursements and retainers incurred by Indemnitee pursuant to Section 2.5(c) of this Agreement), fees and disbursements of expert witnesses, private investigators and professional advisors (including, without limitation, accountants and investment bankers), court costs, transcript costs, fees of experts, travel expenses, duplicating, printing and binding costs, telephone and fax transmission charges, postage, delivery services, secretarial services, and other disbursements and expenses.
Costs means, with respect to the Non-Defaulting Party, brokerage fees, commissions and other similar third party transaction costs and expenses reasonably incurred by such Party either in terminating any arrangement pursuant to which it has hedged its obligations or entering into new arrangements which replace a Terminated Transaction; and all reasonable attorneys’ fees and expenses incurred by the Non-Defaulting Party in connection with the termination of a Transaction.
Costs and fees mean all reasonable pre-award expenses of the arbitration, including the arbitrators’ fees, administrative fees, travel expenses, out-of-pocket expenses such as copying and telephone, court costs, witness fees, and attorneys’ fees.
Experimental or Investigational means any medical service including procedures, medications, facilities, and devices that Molina Healthcare has determined have not been demonstrated as safe or effective compared with conventional medical services.
Environmental Audit As defined in Subsection 8.3(b). Environmental Authority: Any department, agency or other body or component of any Government that exercises any form of jurisdiction or authority under any Environmental Law.
Initial Environmental Examination or “IEE” means the initial environmental examination for the Project, including any update thereto, prepared and submitted by the Borrower and cleared by ADB;
Due Diligence means examinations, inspections, investigations, tests, studies, analyses, appraisals, evaluations and/or investigations with respect to the Property, the Documents, and other information and documents regarding the Property, including, without limitation, examination and review of title matters, applicable land use and zoning Laws and other Laws applicable to the Property, the physical condition of the Property, and the economic status of the Property.
Due Diligence Examination shall have the meaning set forth in Section 3.2.
Environmental Costs any and all costs or expenses (including attorney’s and consultant’s fees, investigation and laboratory fees, response costs, court costs and litigation expenses, fines, penalties, damages, settlement payments, judgments and awards), of whatever kind or nature, known or unknown, contingent or otherwise, arising out of, or in any way relating to, any actual or alleged violation of, noncompliance with or liability under any Environmental Laws. Environmental Costs include any and all of the foregoing, without regard to whether they arise out of or are related to any past, pending or threatened proceeding of any kind.
Legal Costs of a person means legal costs incurred by that person in defending an action for a Liability of that person.
Audit means the examination of a person or the inspection of the books, records, memoranda, or accounts of a person, ordered to appear before the Tax Administrator, for the purpose of determining liability for a municipal income tax.
Remediation Amount means, with respect to an Environmental Condition, the present value as of the Closing Date (using an annual discount rate of 10%) of the cost (net to Seller’s interest prior to the consummation of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement) of the most cost-effective Remediation of such Environmental Condition. For the avoidance of doubt, the term “Remediation Amount” shall not include amounts for any Remediation activities conducted by Seller.
Attorneys’ Fees and Costs means: (i) fees and out of pocket costs of Lender’s and Loan Servicer’s attorneys, as applicable, including costs of Lender’s and Loan Servicer’s in-house counsel, support staff costs, costs of preparing for litigation, computerized research, telephone and facsimile transmission expenses, mileage, deposition costs, postage, duplicating, process service, videotaping and similar costs and expenses; (ii) costs and fees of expert witnesses, including appraisers; (iii) investigatory fees; and (iv) costs for any opinion required by Lender pursuant to the terms of the Loan Documents.
Inspections shall have the meaning set forth in Section 3.1.
Investigative information means information, records, and documents received or generated by a physical therapy licensing board pursuant to an investigation.
Fees and Expenses means the fees you will charge us for the time you spend and the costs you incur in providing the Services to us. The Fees and Expenses you are entitled to charge are shown in section 3 of Part A.
Independent Verification means that an evaluation is undertaken and reported by an individual or body whose organisation, systems and procedures conform to ISO Guide 65:1996 (EN 45011:1998) General requirements for bodies operating product certification systems (as amended form time to time) or equivalent, and who is accredited to audit against forest management standards by a body whose organisation, systems and procedures conform to ISO 17011: 2004 General Requirements for Providing Assessment and Accreditation of Conformity Assessment Bodies (as amended from time to time) or equivalent. D6.9 The Authority reserves the right to reject any Timber and wood-derived products that do not comply with Schedule 1 (Specification Schedule). The Authority reserves the right to reject any Timber and wood-derived products that do not comply with the requirements of the social criteria defined in D6.3 above. Where the Authority exercises its right to reject any Timber and wood-derived products, the Contractor shall supply alternative Timber and wood-derived products, which do so comply, at no additional cost to the Authority and without causing delay to the Contract completion period. D7.1 The Contractor shall promptly notify the Authority of any health and safety hazards which may arise in connection with the performance of its obligations under the Contract. The Authority shall promptly notify the Contractor of any health and safety hazards which may exist or arise at the Authority’s Premises and which may affect the Contractor in the performance of its obligations under the Contract.
Inspection Fee means a fee payable to Lender or Loan Servicer for performing any inspection required by this Agreement in an amount not to exceed $500.00 per inspection.
Attorneys Fees and Costs” means (a) fees and out‑of‑pocket costs of Lender’s and Loan Servicer’s attorneys, as applicable, including costs of Lender’s and Loan Servicer’s in-house counsel, support staff costs, costs of preparing for litigation, computerized research, telephone and facsimile transmission expenses, mileage, deposition costs, postage, duplicating, process service, videotaping and similar costs and expenses; (b) costs and fees of expert witnesses, including appraisers; (c) investigatory fees; and (d) the costs for any opinion required by Lender pursuant to the terms of the Loan Documents.
Environmental review means any environmental assessment, environmental impact statement, or other written analysis required under this part by a state agency of a proposed action to determine, examine, or document the effects and impacts of the proposed action on the quality of the human and physical environment within the borders of Montana as required under this part.
Abuse Investigation and Protective Services means reporting and investigation activities as required by OAR 407-045-0300 and any subsequent services or supports necessary to prevent further abuse as required by OAR 407-045-0310.