Business Failure Sample Clauses

Business Failure. Any act by, against or relating to any Loan Party, or its property or assets, which act constitutes the determination by any Loan Party to initiate or acquiesce to: a program of partial or total self-liquidation; an application for, consent to, or sufferance of the appointment of a receiver, trustee, or other person, pursuant to court action or otherwise, with respect to all or any part of any Loan Party’s property; the granting of any trust mortgage or execution of an assignment for the benefit of the creditors of any Loan Party; any other voluntary or involuntary liquidation or extension of debt agreement for any Loan Party; the offering by, or entering into by, any Loan Party of any composition, extension, or any other arrangement seeking relief from or extension of the debts of any Loan Party; or the initiation of any judicial or non-judicial proceeding or agreement by, against, or including any Loan Party which seeks or intends to accomplish a reorganization or arrangement with creditors; and/or the initiation by or on behalf of any Loan Party of the liquidation or winding up of all or any part of any Loan Party’s business or operations.
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Business Failure. Any act by, against, or relating to the Borrower, or its property or assets, which act constitutes the application for, consent to, or sufferance of the appointment of a receiver, trustee, or other Person, pursuant to court action or otherwise, over all, or any part of the Borrower's property; the granting of any trust mortgage or execution of an assignment for the benefit of the creditors of the Borrower, or the occurrence of any other voluntary or involuntary liquidation or extension of debt agreement for the Borrower; or the offering by or entering into by the Borrower of any composition, extension, or any other arrangement seeking relief from or extension of the debts of the Borrower, or the initiation of any other judicial or non-judicial proceeding or agreement by, against, or including the Borrower which seeks or intends to accomplish a reorganization or arrangement with creditors.
Business Failure. Any act by, against, or relating to any Obligor, or its property or assets, which act constitutes the determination, by such Obligor, to initiate a program of partial or total self-liquidation; application for, consent to, or sufferance of the appointment of a receiver, trustee, or other person, pursuant to court action or otherwise, over all, or any part of any Obligor’s property; the granting of any trust mortgage or execution of an assignment for the benefit of the creditors of any Obligor, or the occurrence of any other voluntary or involuntary liquidation or extension of debt agreement for any Obligor; the offering by or entering into by any Obligor of any composition, extension, or any other arrangement seeking relief from or extension of the debts of such Obligor; or the initiation of any judicial or non-judicial proceeding or agreement by, against, or including any Obligor which seeks or intends to accomplish a reorganization or arrangement with creditors; and/or the initiation by or on behalf of such Obligor of the liquidation or winding up of all or any part of such Obligor’s business or operations.
Business Failure. Any act by, against, or relating to any Loan Party, or its property or assets, which act constitutes the determination, by any Loan Party, to initiate a program of substantial or total self-liquidation; application for, consent to, or sufferance of the appointment of a receiver, trustee, or other Person, pursuant to court action or otherwise, over all, or any part of any Loan Party's property; the granting of any trust mortgage or execution of an assignment for the benefit of the creditors of any Loan Party, or the occurrence of any other voluntary or involuntary liquidation or extension of debt agreement for any Loan Party; the offering by or entering into by any Loan Party of any composition, extension, or any other arrangement seeking relief generally from or extension of the debts of any Loan Party; or the initiation of any judicial or non-judicial proceeding or agreement by, against, or including any Loan Party which seeks or intends to accomplish a reorganization or arrangement with creditors; and/or the initiation by or on behalf of any Loan Party of the liquidation or winding up of all or any part of any Loan Party's business or operations except that any of the foregoing actions which are commenced against a Loan Party shall not be deemed an Event of Default hereunder as long as such action is timely contested in good faith by that Loan Party by appropriate proceedings and is dismissed within sixty (60) days of the institution of the foregoing.
Business Failure. Any act by, against, or relating to the Borrower, or its property or assets, which act constitutes the application for, consent to, or sufferance of the appointment of a receiver, trustee, or other person, pursuant to court action or otherwise, over all, or any material part of the Borrower’s property; the granting of any trust mortgage or execution of an assignment for the benefit of the creditors of the Borrower generally; the offering by or entering into by the Borrower of any composition, extension, or any other arrangement seeking relief generally from or extension of the debts of the Borrower; or the initiation of any judicial or non-judicial proceeding or agreement by, against, or including the Borrower which seeks or intends to accomplish a reorganization or arrangement with creditors, provided that, if such proceeding is initiated against the Borrower, an Event of Default shall not arise hereunder unless such proceeding is not timely contested in good faith by the Borrower by appropriate proceedings or, if so contested, is not dismissed within sixty (60) days of when initiated; and/or the initiation by or on behalf of the Borrower of the liquidation or winding up of all or any material part of the Borrower’s business or operations.
Business Failure. Any act by, against, or relating to the Borrower, or its property or assets, which act constitutes the application for, consent to, or sufferance of the appointment of a receiver, trustee, or other person, pursuant to court action or otherwise, over all, or any part of the Borrower's property; the granting of any trust mortgage or execution of an assignment for the benefit of the creditors of the Borrower, or the occurrence of any other voluntary or involuntary liquidation or extension of debt agreement for the Borrower; the offering by or entering into by the Borrower of any composition, extension, or any other arrangement seeking relief from or extension of the debts of the Borrower; or the initiation of any judicial or non-judicial proceeding or agreement by, against, or including the Borrower which seeks or intends to accomplish a reorganization or arrangement with creditors; and/or the initiation by or on behalf of the Borrower of the liquidation or winding up of all or any part of the Borrower's business or operations.
Business Failure. Dissolution, termination of existence, insolvency, business failure, or suspension of business on the part of Borrower, the filing of a petition for the appointment of a receiver or the appointment of a receiver for all or any part of Borrower's property, assignment for the benefit of creditors or commencement of any proceedings under any bankruptcy or insolvency laws by or against Borrower.
Business Failure. Any act by, against, or relating to the Borrower, or its property or assets, which act constitutes the determination, by the Borrower, to initiate a program of partial or total self-liquidation; application for, consent to, or sufferance of the appointment of a receiver, trustee, or other person, pursuant to court action or otherwise, over all, or any material part of the Borrower’s property (and if commenced against the Borrower, is not timely contested by the Borrower in good faith by appropriate proceedings, and if not contested is not dismissed within Forty-Five (45) days); the granting of any trust mortgage or execution of an assignment for the benefit of the creditors of the Borrower, or the occurrence of any other voluntary or involuntary liquidation or extension of debt agreement for the Borrower; the offering by or entering into by the Borrower of any composition, extension, or any other arrangement seeking relief from or extension of the debts of the Borrower; or the initiation of any judicial or non-judicial proceeding or agreement by, against, or including the Borrower which seeks or intends to accomplish a reorganization or arrangement with creditors; and/or the initiation by or on behalf of the Borrower of the liquidation or winding up of all or any material part of the Borrower’s business or operations.
Business Failure. Any act by, against, or relating to any Borrower, or its property or assets, which act constitutes the application for, consent to, or sufferance of the appointment of a receiver, trustee, or other person, pursuant to court action or otherwise, over all, or any part of any Borrower's property; the granting of any trust mortgage or execution of an assignment for the benefit of the creditors of any Borrower, or the occurrence of any other voluntary or involuntary liquidation or extension of debt agreement for any Borrower; the failure by any Borrower to generally pay the debts of such Borrower as they mature; adjudication of bankruptcy or insolvency relative to any Borrower; the entry of an order for relief or similar order with respect to any Borrower in any proceeding pursuant to the Bankruptcy Code or any other federal bankruptcy law; the filing of any complaint, application, or petition by or against any Borrower initiating any matter in which such Borrower is or may be granted any relief from the debts of such Borrower pursuant to the Bankruptcy Code or any other insolvency statute or procedure, provided the Borrowers shall have thirty (30) days in which to dismiss any such involuntary proceeding; the calling or sufferance of a meeting of creditors of any Borrower; the meeting by any Borrower with a formal or informal creditors' committee; the offering by or entering into by any Borrower of any composition, extension, or any other arrangement seeking relief from or extension of the debts of such Borrower, or the initiation of any other judicial or non- judicial proceeding or agreement by, against, or including any Borrower which seeks or intends to accomplish a reorganization or arrangement with creditors.
Business Failure. Any act by, against, or relating to the Borrower, or its property or assets, which act constitutes the determination, by the Borrower, to initiate a program of partial or total self-liquidation; application for, consent to, or sufferance of the appointment of a receiver, trustee, or other person, pursuant to court action or otherwise, over all, or any part of the Borrower’s property; the granting of any trust mortgage or execution of an assignment for the benefit of the creditors of the Borrower, or the occurrence of any other voluntary liquidation or extension of debt agreement for the Borrower; the offering by or entering into by the Borrower of any composition, extension, or any other arrangement seeking relief from or extension of the debts of the Borrower; or the initiation of any judicial or non-judicial proceeding or agreement by, the Borrower which seeks or intends to accomplish a reorganization or arrangement with creditors; and/or the initiation by the Borrower of the liquidation or winding up of all or any part of the Borrower’s business or operations.