3.6Books and Records; Right to Audit. Hoth shall keep full, true and accurate books of accounts based on good accounting principles and other records containing relevant information and data which may be necessary to ascertain and verify the remuneration payable to Chelexa hereunder for a period of three (3) years following the year to which such records relate. During the Term and for a period of three (3) years following its termination, Chelexa shall have the right to audit, or have an agent, accountant or other representative, audit such books, records and supporting data upon thirty (30) days notice. Any audit shall be at Chelexa’s expense, except that Hoth shall reimburse Chelexa for the cost of the audit in the event that Chelexa discovers an underpayment often percent (10%) or more of the amount due.
4.5.Developer Books and Records; Right to Audit. Developer will maintain books and records that clearly describe the usage of the Development Amount paid to Developer by Licensee hereunder. Such books and records must be reasonably separate from other games and projects of Developer for Licensee to determine how the Development Amount is applied. Licensee may examine these books and records as they relate to the usage of the Development Amount, such examination to occur during regular business hours, upon reasonable notice, and in a manner that is not disruptive to Developer’s business. In the event any such inspection reveals that Developer has allocated or spent any part of the Development Amount for purposes other than the development of the Licensed Game, then in addition to any and all other rights and remedies available to Licensee hereunder, Developer shall immediately return to Licensee and/or reimburse Licensee for such Development Amount, upon demand from Licensee, and the Parties shall agree upon a reasonably prompt payment schedule and/or time frame for such reimbursement. Any such repayment of Development Amount shall not affect the allocation of Licensee Share (as defined in Section 6.3.2) resulting from the Development Amount paid to Developer by Licensee.
(a) Records and Right to Audit. Subcontractor agrees to keep all books, accounts, and records covering all transactions relating to this Agreement. NTP shall have the right to examine such books, accounts, and records and all other documents and material in Subcontractor’s possession or under its control, with respect to the subject matter and terms of this Agreement, and shall have a reasonable amount of freedom and access thereto for such purposes and for the purpose of making copies and/or abstracts therefrom. All such books, accounts, and records shall be kept available for at least three (3) years after the termination of expiration of this Agreement.
(b)Right to Audit. The Sub-Adviser agrees that all accounts, books and other records maintained and preserved by it as required hereby will be subject to reasonable periodic, special and other examinations by the Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC"), the Fund's auditors, any Fund representative, the Adviser, or any governmental agency or other instrumentality having regulatory authority over the Fund.
8. RECORDS; RIGHT TO AUDIT. (a) The Sub-Adviser agrees to maintain in the form and for the period required by Rule 31a-2 under the 1940 Act, all records relating to investments made by the Sub-Adviser for the Managed Portion that are required to be maintained by the Fund pursuant to the requirements of Rule 31a-1 under the 1940 Act. The Sub-Adviser agrees that all records maintained on the Funds behalf are the property of the respective Fund, and the Sub-Adviser will surrender promptly to such Fund any such records upon the Funds request; provided, however, that the Sub-Adviser may retain a copy of such records. The Sub-Adviser will use records or information obtained under this Agreement only for the purposes contemplated hereby, and will not disclose such records or information in any manner other than expressly authorized by the Fund to which such records or information pertain, or if disclosure is expressly required by applicable federal or state regulatory authorities, or by this Agreement. In addition, for the duration of this Agreement, the Sub-Adviser shall preserve for the periods prescribed by Rule 31a-2 under the 1940 Act any such records as are required to be maintained by it pursuant to this Agreement, and shall transfer all such records to any entity designated by the Adviser upon the termination of this Agreement.
(a) Right to Audit. Bloomberg or its designee reserves the right to conduct financial, quality, sustainability or other compliance audits of Supplier and its Supply Chain to ensure their compliance with the Code of Conduct and applicable international standards concerning labor, environmental, health and safety, and other related standards. Supplier agrees to permit, and use best efforts to facilitate with respect to its Supply Chain, Bloomberg, or Bloombergs designee, upon written notice (including, without limitation, via facsimile or email) of at least [***] business days to, during regular business hours, access and conduct an inspection of the books, records and documentation of Supplier, its Supply Chain and any and all facilities and/or systems of Supplier and/or any of the Personnel where Bloomberg Confidential Information and/or Deliverables are processed, stored, accessed or viewed. The scope of the audit may include, but is not limited to, inspecting, reviewing, ensuring and/or verifying (i)the quality and accuracy of the Services being performed hereunder and (ii)compliance with this Agreement. Such access by Bloomberg or its designee shall include the right to discuss such books, records and/or documentation with Suppliers personnel having knowledge of the facilities, systems and document contents and the right to copy such documentation (subject to confidentiality restrictions pursuant to the NDA).
6.2 Right to Audit. For the Term, UABRF shall have the right to have the Licensee’s books and records audited by a qualified, independent accounting firm of its choosing, under appropriate confidentiality provisions such as those set forth in Section 8.4 of this Agreement, to ascertain the accuracy of the reports and payments due to UABRF under this Agreement and compliance by the Licensee, its Affiliates and its Sublicensees with their obligations pursuant to this Agreement and any sublicense. Such audit shall be conducted upon reasonable advance notice, during normal business hours and in a manner that does not interfere unreasonably with the Licensee’s business but not more than once in any [*****] period. If any such examination reveals that the Licensee has underpaid or underreported any amount due under this Agreement to UABRF for any calendar quarter examined, the Licensee shall promptly pay to UABRF the amount so underpaid or underreported.
14. Right to Audit. (a) Upon FRONTIERS request and upon reasonable prior notice, JUNIPER shall make pertinent records regarding the Affinity Program, including the source codes assigned by JUNIPER Accounts, which such records shall be retained throughout the Term of this Agreement, available to FRONTIER or its designated auditors, at the sole cost and expense of FRONTIER, at the business premises of JUNIPER during ordinary business hours, for the purpose of verifying JUNIPERS compliance with the terms of this Agreement. Nothing herein shall be deemed to grant to FRONTIER the right to audit internal records of JUNIPER regarding the revenues, income, or profits to JUNIPER of the Affinity Program, or generally.