Objections. Creditors of UCIs participating in the merger transaction whose claim predates the announcement of the merger proposal may oppose it within 30 days of the publication of the notice in the Official Gazette of Civil and Commercial Announcements (B.O.D.A.C.C.).
Objections. Should any signatory or consulting party object within the timeframes established by this Agreement to any plans, specifications, or actions taken pursuant to resolving an adverse effect, FEMA shall consult further with the objecting party to seek resolution. If FEMA determines the objection cannot be resolved, FEMA shall address the objection in accordance with Stipulation IV.B, Dispute Resolution.
Objections. Class Members who wish to object to any aspect of the Settlement must file with the Court a written statement containing their objections prior to the Objection Deadline. All objections must include the following information: (1) the full name of the Class Member; (2) the current address of the Class Member; (3) the Class Member’s electricity provider, residential or commercial service address, and/or account number; (4) all specific objections and the reasons in support thereof; and (5) any and all supporting papers. Any Class Member who files an objection must also appear at the final fairness hearing in person or through counsel to show why the Settlement should not be approved as fair, reasonable, just, and adequate. If a Class Member intends to object through counsel, the Class Member’s attorney must append a list of all prior objections previously filed by such counsel in state and federal courts, and with respect to each, provide (1) the case number; (2) the court where the prior objection was filed; (3) and the outcome of the objection. Any award or payment of attorneys’ fees made to the counsel of an objector to the Settlement shall be made only by Court order and upon a showing of the benefit conferred to the Class. In determining any such award of attorneys’ fees to an objector’s counsel, the Court will consider the incremental value to the Class caused by any such objection. Any award of attorneys’ fees by the Court will be conditioned on the objector and his or her attorney stating under penalty of perjury that no payments shall be made to the objector based on the objector’s participation in the matter other than as ordered by the Court. Any such award shall be payable from the Common Benefit Fund. Defendants shall have no responsibility for any such payments.
Objections. If GeoXplor does not request an inspection of the Payor’s books and records during the ninety (90) day period referred to in the preceding paragraph, all payments of Royalty for the annual period will be considered final and in full satisfaction of all obligations of the payor with respect thereto. If GeoXplor elects to question any calculation of Royalty, GeoXplor shall deliver to the Payor a written notice (the “Objection Notice”) within ninety (90) days after receipt by GeoXplor of the final statement. If such audit determines that there has been a deficiency or an excess in the payment made to GeoXplor, such deficiency or excess will be resolved by adjusting the next payment or due hereunder. GeoXplor will pay all the costs and expenses of such audit unless a deficiency of five percent (5%) or more of the amount due is determined to exist. The Payor will pay the costs and expenses of such audit if a deficiency of five percent (5%) or more of the amount due is determined to exist. All books and records used and kept by the Payor to calculate the Royalty due hereunder will be kept in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
Objections. 79. The Notices shall advise Settlement Class Members of their rights, including the right to be excluded from or object to the Settlement Agreement and its terms. The Notices shall specify that any objection to this Settlement Agreement, and any papers submitted in support of said objection, shall be received by the Court at the Final Approval Hearing only if, on or before the Objection/Exclusion Deadline approved by the Court, the person making an objection shall file notice of his/her intention to do so and at the same time: (i) file copies of such papers he/she proposes to submit at the Final Approval Hearing with the Clerk of the Court; and (ii) send copies of such papers via United States mail, hand delivery, or overnight delivery to both Lead Class Counsel and Defendant’s Counsel. A copy of the objection must also be mailed to the Settlement Administrator at the address that the Settlement Administrator will establish to receive requests for exclusion or objections, Claim Forms, and any other communication relating to this Settlement.
Objections. The Class Notice shall state that Class Members who wish to object to the Settlement must file with the Court and serve on all Parties a written statement of objection (“Notice of Objection”) by the Response Deadline. The date of filing shall be deemed the exclusive means for determining that a Notice of Objection was timely filed and served. The Notice of Objection must be signed by the Class Member and state: (i) the full name of the Class Member; (ii) the dates of employment of the Class Member at USSF; (iii) any Employee ID number; (iv) the basis for the objection; and (v) whether the Class Member intends to appear at the Final Approval Hearing. Class Members who fail to make objections in the manner specified above shall be deemed to have waived any objections and shall be foreclosed from making any objections (whether by appeal or otherwise) to the Settlement. Class Members who do not submit a timely Notice of Objection will not have a right to appear at the final settlement approval hearing to have any objections heard by the Court.
Objections. 1. Any Settlement Class Member who intends to object to the fairness of the Settlement must do so in writing no later than the Objection Date. Any objection must be in writing; signed by the Settlement Class Member (and his or her attorney, if individually represented); and filed with the Court, with a copy delivered to Class Counsel and Defendants’ Counsel at the addresses set forth in the Class Notice, no later than the Objection Date. The written objection must include: (a) a heading which refers to the Action; (b) the objector’s name, address, telephone number and, if represented by counsel, of his/her counsel; (c) a declaration submitted under penalty of perjury that the objector purchased Covered Products during the period of time described in the Settlement Class definition or receipt(s) reflecting such purchase(s); (d) a statement whether the objector intends to appear at the Final Approval Hearing, either in person or through counsel; (e) a statement of the objection and the grounds supporting the objection; (f) copies of any papers, briefs, or other documents upon which the objection is based; (g) the name and case number of all objections to class action settlements made by the objector in the past five (5) years; and (h) the objector’s signature.