“OTTI adjustment,” any other temporary impairment of stock loss securities, determined in accordance with FAS 115 and expressed in positive numbers, or any resolution other than temporary impairment expressed in negative numbers (to avoid doubts, normal and normal market changes resulting from the application of fair value calculation are not eligible for loss-sharing payments). (c) limiting the payment of the shared loss. The recipient is not required to make payments in accordance with this section 2.1 with respect to the withdrawal of a shared loss asset that the beneficiary or company should not have made on the basis of audit criteria based on audit criteria; x) the recipient must inform the receiving institution of the reasons for the default, (y) give the recipient institution an appropriate opportunity to remedy such a defect and (z) (1) curable, if it is curable, make the payment with respect to a properly made debit and (2) to the extent that it is not curable, make a payment with respect to all fees (or part of the levies) that should have been paid as a debit if the accepting institution had correctly taken this sample. In the event that the recipient does not make payments for the deduction of a shared loss asset pursuant to this section 2.1 or finds that a payment has been made incorrectly, the receiving institution and the recipient will, after final liquidation, make the accounting adjustments and payments necessary to retroactively make these corrections. The non-management of Article III shared loss assets or assets is, at the recipient`s discretion, a reason for the loss of coverage of joint losses related to these loans or shared loss loans. – 1: a summary report on all covered losses for the quarter and on the determination of the FDIC portion of the covered injury (iii) No dispute may be submitted to a review committee by any of the parties to this trade loss agreement, unless that party has sent a written notice of dispute to the other party (“dispute resolution communication”). In the forty-five (45) days following the provision of a disclosure to the dispute, the parties to the dispute will make every good faith effort to resolve the dispute on a case-by-case basis. As part of these good faith efforts, the parties should consider the application of less formal dispute resolution techniques, which each party considers appropriate. These techniques may include mediation, comparative conference and neutral evaluation at an early stage. When parties (iv) sell shares by one or more shareholders that have the effect of altering the control of the receiving institution, as defined by the recipient in reference to the standards contained in the Change Control Act, 12 U.S.C. 1817 (j). (vi) the FDIC party and the institution in charge are responsible for the fees and expenses of the member of the audit committee it has chosen. The FDIC party and the acquisition institute share equally the costs and expenses of the neutral member.
These royalties or expenses incurred by or on behalf of the recipient institution are not reimbursed by the FDIC under this Joint Loss Agreement or by any other means.