Transfer Notice Prior to the closing of a Qualified IPO, if a Restricted Shareholder proposes to transfer the Equity Securities he or it directly or indirectly holds in the Company to one or more third parties pursuant to an understanding with such third parties (a “Transfer”, and such holder a “Transferor”), then the Transferor shall, subject to the applicable statutory provisions and the Memorandum and Articles, give the Company written notice of the Transferor’s intention to make the Transfer (the “Transfer Notice”), which shall include (i) a description of the Equity Securities to be transferred (the “Offered Shares”), (ii) subject to any applicable non-disclosure agreement with such third party, the identity of the prospective transferee and (iii) the consideration and the material terms and conditions upon which the proposed Transfer is to be made. The Transfer Notice shall certify that the Transferor has received a firm offer from the prospective transferee and in good faith believes a binding agreement for the Transfer is obtainable on the terms set forth in the Transfer Notice.
No Action after Notice The Corporation covenants with the Warrant Agent that it will not close its transfer books or take any other corporate action which might deprive the Registered Warrantholder of the opportunity to exercise its right of acquisition pursuant thereto during the period of 14 days after the giving of the certificate or notices set forth in Section 4.6 and Section 4.7.
Offer Notice (i) The Company shall give written notice (the “Offering Notice”) to the Purchaser and the other Forward Contract Parties stating its bona fide intention to offer the New Equity Securities and specifying the number of New Equity Securities and the material terms and conditions, including the price, pursuant to which the Company proposes to offer the New Equity Securities and the applicable pro rata share of such New Equity Securities offered to the Purchaser pursuant to such Offering Notice.
CAFA Notice Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1715, not later than ten (10) days after the Agreement is filed with the Court, the Settlement Administrator shall cause to be served upon the Attorneys General of each U.S. State in which Settlement Class members reside, the Attorney General of the United States, and other required government officials, notice of the proposed settlement as required by law, subject to Paragraph 5.1 below.
Distribution or Notice to Representative Whenever a distribution is to be made or a notice given to holders of Senior Indebtedness, the distribution may be made and the notice given to their Representative (if any).
Prior Notice Each party shall have the right to terminate this Agreement effective at the end of the Initial Term or at the end of any Renewal Term by giving the other party written notice not less than sixty (60) days prior to the effective date of such termination, by registered or certified mail.
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