– 3: a performance report on the stock of commercial assets and other pool assets in loss shares – 1: a summary report on the total losses covered for the quarter and on the distribution of the FDIC portion of the covered loss (xi) The parties may extend by mutual agreement each period of this section 2.1 f). Notwithstanding the above conditions, no dispute is referred to an audit committee until each review panel member and alternate member agrees, if necessary, to be bound by the provisions of this section 2.1 (f), as long as it applies to members of a review committee. Before the audit committee process begins or, in the case of a neutral substitute member, before the reopening of this proceeding, the neutral member takes an oath of impartiality in writing. “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). Without restricting the universality of the above, each of the lenders authorizes and orders the administrative officer and/or collateral agent to bind each lender to the deeds that that lender requires under the lenders` loss-sharing agreement and any agreement between creditors, including the inter-commission agreement. 6.6 Cumulative rights. Unless expressly otherwise, the rights of each of the parties are cumulative under this commercial shared loss agreement, may be exercised as often as they deem appropriate and, in addition to each of these parties153, under the sales and sale contract and any of the related agreements, or under the law. Unless expressly otherwise stated, any non-exercise or delay in the exercise of these rights or any partial or improper exercise of these rights is not considered to be a waiver or modification of that right or any other. (iv) with the exception of the sale of portfolios, sale or other disposal of other real estate, ORE or subsidiary to a person other than a subsidiary of the beneficiary establishment carried out in an economically reasonable and prudent manner, or any other sale or injunction approved by the beneficiary, losses resulting from the sale or other sale of shared loss assets or shared lot securities to a person do not constitute a charge. To supplement the provisions of Article 13.7 of the Purchase and Acceptance Agreement, any notification, application, request, consent, approval or other notification (a “communication”) to the company and/or the beneficiary in the context of loss sharing is given as follows: 4.2 Calculation of profit or loss of the sale.