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Good Reason Process
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Good Reason Process” shall mean that (i) the Executive reasonably determines in good faith that a “Good Reason” condition has occurred; (ii) the Executive notifies the Company in writing of the first occurrence of the Good Reason condition within sixty (60) days of the first occurrence of such condition; (iii) the Executive cooperates in good faith with the Company’s efforts, for a period not less than thirty (30) days following such notice (the “Cure Period”), to remedy the condition; (iv) notwithstanding such efforts, the Good Reason condition continues to exist; and (v) the Executive terminates his employment within sixty (60) days after the end of the Cure Period. If the Company cures the Good Reason condition during the Cure Period, Good Reason shall be deemed not to have occurred. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Company may elect to waive the Cure Period, in which case, the Executive’s termination may occur within such 30-day period.

Good Reason Process” means that (a) the Participant reasonably determines in good faith that a Good Reason” condition has occurred; (b) the Participant notifies the Company in writing of the first occurrence of the Good Reason condition within 30 days after the first occurrence of such condition; (c) the Participant cooperates in good faith with the Company’s efforts, for a period of 30 days following such notice (the “Cure Period”) to remedy the condition; (d) the Good Reason condition

Good Reason Process” shall mean that (i) the Executive reasonably determines in good faith that a “Good Reason” condition has occurred; (ii) the Executive notifies the Bank in writing of the first occurrence of the Good Reason condition within sixty (60) days of the first occurrence of such condition; (iii) the Executive cooperates in good faith with the Bank’s efforts, for a period not less than thirty (30) days following such notice (the “Cure Period”), to remedy the

Good Reason Process” shall mean that (i) the Executive reasonably determines in good faith that a “Good Reason” condition has occurred; (ii) the Executive notifies the Bank in writing of the first occurrence of the Good Reason condition within sixty (60) days of the first occurrence of such condition; (iii) the Executive cooperates in good faith with the Bank’s efforts, for a

Good Reason Process” shall mean that (i) the Executive reasonably determines in good faith that a “Good Reason” condition has occurred; (ii) the Executive notifies the Company in writing of the first occurrence of the Good Reason condition within sixty (60) days of the first occurrence of such condition; (iii) the Executive cooperates in good faith with the Company’s efforts, for a period not less than thirty (30) days following such notice (the “Cure Period”), to remedy the condition; (iv) notwithstanding such efforts, the Good Reason condition continues to exist; and (v) the Executive terminates his employment within sixty (60) days after the end of the Cure Period. If the Company cures the Good Reason condition during the Cure Period, Good Reason shall be deemed not to have occurred. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Company may elect to waive the Cure Period, in which case, the Executive’s termination may occur within such 30-day period.

Good Reason Process” shall mean that (i) the Executive reasonably determines in good faith that a “Good Reason” condition has occurred; (ii) the Executive notifies the Bank in writing of the first occurrence of the Good Reason condition within sixty (60) days of the first occurrence of such condition; (iii) the Executive cooperates in good faith with the Bank’s efforts, for a period not less than thirty (30) days following such notice (the “Cure Period”), to remedy the condition; (iv) notwithstanding such efforts, the Good Reason condition continues to exist; and (v) the Executive terminates his employment within sixty (60) days after the end of the Cure Period. If the Bank cures the Good Reason condition during the Cure Period, Good Reason shall be deemed not to have occurred. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Bank may elect to waive the Cure Period, in which case, the Executive’s termination may occur within such 30-day period.

Good Reason Process” means that (i) you reasonably determine that a Good Reason condition has occurred, (ii) you notify the Company in writing of the first occurrence of the Good Reason condition within sixty (60) days of the first occurrence of such condition, (iii) you cooperate in good faith with the Company’s efforts, for a period of not less than thirty (30) days following such notice (the “Cure Period”), to remedy the Good Reason condition, (iv) notwithstanding such efforts a material element of at least one Good Reason condition continues to exist, and (v) you terminate your employment within sixty (60) days after the end of the Cure Period. If the Company fully cures the Good Reason condition during the Cure Period, Good Reason shall be deemed not to have occurred. The Company’s success at curing a Good Reason condition shall not bar or preclude your right to notify the Company of the occurrence of another Good Reason condition and to proceed with the Good Reason Process.

“Good Reason Process” shall mean that: (1) the Executive reasonably determines in good faith that a “Good Reason” condition has occurred; (2) the Executive notifies the Company in writing of the first occurrence of the Good Reason condition within 60 days of the first occurrence of such condition, if such condition occurs prior to a Change in Control and within 90 days of the first occurrence with respect to a condition that occurs in connection with or following a Change in Control; (3) the Executive cooperates in good faith with the Company’s efforts, for a period not less than 30 days following such notice (the “Cure Period”), to remedy the condition; (4) notwithstanding such efforts, the Good Reason condition continues to exist; and (5) the Executive terminates his employment within 60 days after the end of the Cure Period. If the Company cures the Good Reason condition during the Cure Period, Good Reason shall be deemed not to have occurred.

Good Reason Process” shall mean that (i) the Executive reasonably determines in good faith that a “Good Reason” condition has occurred; (ii) the Executive notifies the Company in writing of the first occurrence of the Good Reason condition within sixty (60) days of the first occurrence of such condition; (iii) the Executive cooperates in good faith with the Company’s efforts, for a period not less than thirty (30) days following such notice (the “Cure Period”), to remedy the condition; (iv) notwithstanding such efforts, the Good Reason condition continues to exist; and (v) the Executive terminates his employment within sixty (60) days after the end of the Cure Period. If the Company cures the Good Reason condition during the Cure Period, Good Reason shall be deemed not to have occurred. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Company may elect to waive the Cure Period, in which case, the Executive’s termination may occur within such 30-day period.

Good Reason Process. “Good Reason Process” means that (i) the Executive reasonably determines in good faith that a “Good Reason” condition has occurred; (ii) the Executive notifies the Company in writing of the occurrence of the Good Reason condition within 60 days of the first occurrence of such condition; (iii) the Executive cooperates in good faith with the Company’s efforts, for a period of 30 days following such notice (the “Cure Period”), to remedy the condition; (iv) notwithstanding such efforts, the Executive reasonably determines in good faith that the Good Reason condition continues to exist; and (v) the Executive terminates the Executive’s employment within 30 days after the end of the Cure Period. If the Company cures the Good Reason condition during the Cure Period as reasonably determined in good faith by the Executive, Good Reason shall be deemed not to have occurred.

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