An Auction Sample Clauses

An Auction. Purchase Offer shall be regarded as a “failed purchase offer” in the event that either (x) the applicable Purchasing Borrower Party withdraws such Auction Purchase Offer in accordance with the terms hereof or as set forth in Section 2.19(b) of the Term Loan Agreement or (y) the Expiration Time occurs with no Qualifying Bids (as defined below) having been received. In the event of a failed purchase offer, no Purchasing Borrower Party shall be permitted to deliver a new Auction Notice prior to the date occurring three Business Days after such withdrawal or Expiration Time, as the case may be. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein, the applicable Purchasing Borrower Party shall not initiate any Auction Purchase Offer by delivering an Auction Notice to the Auction Manager until after the conclusion (whether successful or failed) of the previous Auction Purchase Offer (if any), whether such conclusion occurs by withdrawal of such previous Auction Purchase Offer or the occurrence of the Expiration Time of such previous Auction Purchase Offer.
An Auction. The Auction Agent may rely upon, as evidence of the identities of the Existing Holders, such list, the results of each Auction and notices from any Existing Holder, Participant of any Existing Holder or Broker-Dealer of any Existing Holder as described in Section 2.2(c)(iii) hereof.
An Auction. Purchase Offer shall be regarded as a “failed purchase offer” in the event that either (x) the applicable Purchasing Borrower Party withdraws such Auction Purchase Offer in accordance with the terms hereof or as set forth in

Related to An Auction

  • The Auction Agent may perform its duties and exercise its rights hereunder either directly or by or through agents or attorneys.

  • Auction The one-time auction conducted by the Trustee, as described in Section 9.01(b) hereof.

  • The Auction Agent 17 6.1 Duties and Responsibilities..................................................17 6.2 Rights of the Auction Agent..................................................18 6.3 Auction Agent's Disclaimer...................................................18 6.4 Compensation, Expenses and Indemnification...................................18

  • POST PUBLIC AUCTION 5.1. Any E-Bidders who successfully bids for the Property shall and undertake to sign the Memorandum of Sale and pay the difference between 10% of the purchase price and the deposit paid under clause 3.4 above (“differential sum”) at the office of the Auctioneer within 3 working days from the date of auction, failing which the deposit paid will be forfeited to the Assignee Bank and sale will be deemed cancelled/terminated and the property may be put up for subsequent auction without further notice to the said E-Bidders. The Auctioneer shall send the Memorandum of Sale for stamping and thereafter forward the same together with the deposit paid under clause 3.4 above and the differential sum paid under this clause If any) to the Assignee Bank.

  • Auctions Lessee shall not conduct, nor permit to be conducted, either voluntarily or involuntarily, any auction upon the Premises without first having obtained Lessor's prior written consent. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Lease, Lessor shall not be obligated to exercise any standard of reasonableness in determining whether to grant such consent.

  • Notice of Auction Results (a) On each Auction Date, the Auction Agent shall notify BD by telephone as set forth in paragraph (a) of the Settlement Procedures. On the Business Day next succeeding such Auction Date, the Auction Agent shall notify BD in writing of the disposition of all Orders submitted by BD in the Auction held on such Auction Date.

  • ONLINE PUBLIC AUCTION PROCESS 2.1. E-Bidders may browse through the PAH Website and select the properties they wish to bid online.

  • Bidding a. The Auctioneer reserves the right to regulate the bidding and shall have the sole right to refuse any bid or bids without giving any reason for such refusal.

  • POST ONLINE PUBLIC AUCTION PROCEDURES 4.1. Successful E-bidders shall and undertake to sign the Memorandum of Sale at the office of the Auctioneer within 3 working days from the date of auction, failing which the deposit paid will be forfeited to the Assignee bank and the sale will be deemed cancelled/terminated and the property may be put up again for subsequent auction without further notice to the said E-Bidders. The Auctioneer shall send the Memorandum of Sale for stamping and thereafter forward the same together with the required deposit paid under Clause 2.4 above and the differential sum paid under this clause (if any) to the Assignee bank.

  • Competitive Bidding The Design Professional shall ensure that any plans and specifications prepared, required, or recommended under this Agreement allow for competitive bidding. The Design Professional shall design such plans or specifications so that procurement of services, labor or materials are not available from only one source, and shall not design plans and specifications around a single or specific product, piece of major equipment or machinery, a specific patented design, or a proprietary process, unless required by principles of sound engineering practice and supported by a written justification that has been approved in writing by the City. The Design Professional shall submit this written justification to the City prior to beginning work on such plans or specifications. Whenever the Design Professional recommends a specific product or equipment for competitive procurement, such recommendation shall include at least two brand names of products that are capable of meeting the functional requirements applicable to the Project.