(1) If any of the following events occur, the Government may, by written notice to the Contractor, withhold further payments on this contract:
(1) If any of the following events occur, the Government may, by written notice to the Contractor, withhold further payments on this contract:
(i) Termination of this contract for a fault of the Contractor.
(ii) A finding by the administering office that the Contractor has failed to—
(A) Observe any of the conditions of the advance payment terms;
(B) Comply with any material term of this contract;
(C) Make progress or maintain a financial condition adequate for performance of this contract;
(D) Limit inventory allocated to this contract to reasonable requirements; or
(E) Avoid delinquency in payment of taxes or of the costs of performing this contract in the ordinary course of business.
(iii) The appointment of a trustee, receiver, or liquidator for all or a substantial part of the Contractor's property, or the institution of proceedings by or against the Contractor for bankruptcy, reorganization, arrangement, or liquidation.
(iv) The commission of an act of bankruptcy.
(2) If any of the events described in subparagraph (h)(1) of this clause continue for 30 days after the written notice to the Contractor, the Government may take any of the following additional actions:
(i) Charge interest, in the manner prescribed in paragraph (e) of this clause, on outstanding advance payments during the period of any event described in subparagraph (h)(1) of this clause.
(ii) Demand immediate repayment by the Contractor of the unliquidated balance of advance payments.
(iii) Take possession of and, with or without advertisement, sell at public or private sale all or any part of the property on which the Government has a lien under this contract and, after deducting any expenses incident to the sale, apply the net proceeds of the sale to reduce the unliquidated balance of advance payments or other Government claims against the Contractor.
(3) The Government may take any of the actions described in subparagraphs (h)(1) and (h)(2) of this clause it considers appropriate at its discretion and without limiting any other rights of the Government.
(i) Prohibition against assignment. Notwithstanding any other terms of this contract, the Contractor shall not assign this contract, any interest therein, or any claim under the contract to any party.
(j) Information and access to records. The Contractor shall furnish to the administering office (1) monthly or at other intervals as required, signed or certified balance sheets and profit and loss statements, and, (2) if requested, other information concerning the operation of the contractor's business. The Contractor shall provide the authorized Government representatives proper facilities for inspection of the Contractor's books, records, and accounts.
(k) Other security. The terms of this contract are considered to provide adequate security to the Government for advance payments; however, if the administering office considers the security inadequate, the Contractor shall furnish additional security satisfactory to the administering office, to the extent that the security is available.
(l) Representations. The Contractor represents the following:
(1) The balance sheet, the profit and loss statement, and any other supporting financial statements furnished to the administering office fairly reflect the financial condition of the Contractor at the date shown or the period covered, and there has been no subsequent materially adverse change in the financial condition of the Contractor.
(2) No litigation or proceedings are presently pending or threatened against the Contractor, except as shown in the financial statements.
(3) The Contractor has disclosed all contingent liabilities, except for liability resulting from the renegotiation of defense production contracts, in the financial statements furnished to the administering office.
(4) None of the terms in this clause conflict with the authority under which the Contractor is doing business or with the provision of any existing indenture or agreement of the Contractor.
(5) The Contractor has the power to enter into this contract and accept advance payments, and has takken all necessary action to authorize the acceptance under the terms of this contract.
(6) The assets of the Contractor are not subject to any lien or encumbrance of any character except for current taxes not delinquent, and except as shown in the financial statements furnished by the Contractor. There is no current assignment of claims under any contract affected by these advance payment provisions.
(7) All information furnished by the Contractor to the administering office in connection with each request for advance payments is true and correct.
(8) These representations shall be continuing and shall be considered to have been repeated by the submission of each invoice for advance payments.
(m) Covenants. To the extent the Government considers it necessary while any advance payments made under this contract remain outstanding, the Contractor, without the prior written consent of the administering office, shall not—
(1) Mortgage, pledge, or otherwise encumber or allow to be encumbered, any of the assets of the Contractor now owned or subsequently acquired, or permit any preexisting mortgages, liens, or other encumbrances to remain on or attach to any assets of the Contractor which are allocated to performing this contract and with respect to which the Government has a lien under this contract;
(2) Sell, assign, transfer, or otherwise dispose of accounts receivable, notes, or claims for money due or to become due;
(3) Declare or pay any dividends, except dividends payable in stock of the corporation, or make any other distribution on account of any shares of its capital stock, or purchase, redeem, or otherwise acquire for value any of its stock, except as required by sinking fund or redemption arrangements reported to the administering office incident to the establishment of these advance payment provisions;
(4) Sell, convey, or lease all or a substantial part of its assets;
(5) Acquire for value the stock or other securities of any corporation, municipality, or Governmental authority, except direct obligations of the United States;
(6) Make any advance or loan or incur any liability as guarantor, surety, or accommodation endorser for any party;
(7) Permit a writ of attachment or any similar process to be issued against its property without getting a release or bonding the property within 30 days after the entry of the writ of attachment or other process;
(8) Pay any remuneration in any form to its directors, officers, or key employees higher than rates provided in existing agreements of which notice has been given to the administering office; accure excess remuneration without first obtaining an agreement subordinating it to all claims of the Government; or employ any person at a rate of compensation over ___ a year.
(9) Change substantially the management, ownership, or control of the corporation;
(10) Merge or consolidate with any other firm or corporation, change the type of business, or engage in any transaction outside the ordinary course of the Contractor's business as presently conducted;
(11) Deposit any of its funds except in a bank or trust company insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or a credit union insured by the National Credit Union Administration;
(12) Create or incur indebtedness for advances, other than advances to be made under the terms of this contract, or for borrowings;
(13) Make or covenant for capital expenditures exceeding $___ in total;
(14) Permit its net current assets, computed in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, to become less than ___; or
(15) Make any payments on account of the obligations listed below, except in the manner and to the extent provided in this contract:


48 CFR § 52.232-12

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