Business Purposes Sample Clauses

Business Purposes. The loan evidenced by the Note is solely for the business purpose of Borrower, and is not for personal, family, household, or agricultural purposes.
Business Purposes. Guarantor acknowledges that this Guaranty is executed and delivered for business and commercial purposes, and not for personal, family, household, consumer, or agricultural purposes. Guarantor acknowledges that Guarantor is not entitled to, and does not require the benefits of, any rights, protections, or disclosures that would or may be required if this Guaranty were given for personal, family, household, consumer, or agricultural purposes. Guarantor acknowledges that none of Guarantor’s obligation(s) under this Guaranty constitute(s) a “debt” within the meaning of the United States Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, 15 U.S.C. § 1692a(5), and accordingly compliance with the requirements of such Act is not required if Buyer (directly or acting through its counsel) makes any demand or commences any action to enforce this Guaranty.
Business Purposes. The loan evidenced by the Note secured by the Security Instrument and the Other Security Documents (the "Loan") is solely for the business purpose of Borrower, and is not for personal, family, household, or agricultural purposes.
Business Purposes. The specific business purposes and activities contemplated by the founders of this LLC at the time of initial signing of this agreement consist of the following: ____________________________________________________________________________________ It is understood that the foregoing statement of purposes shall not serve as a limitation on the powers or abilities of this LLC, which shall be permitted to engage in any and all lawful business activities. If this LLC intends to engage in business activities outside the state of its formation that require the qualification of the LLC in other states, it shall obtain such qualification before engaging in such out-of-state activities.
Business Purposes. Engage in, or make any investment in any business engaged in, the provision of property and casualty insurance unless the Company or such Subsidiary shall maintain reinsurance of its underwriting risk with a third party(ies) rated "A-" or better by S&P or "A3" or better by Moody's for all of the Company's or such Subsidiary's exposure in excess of one hundred percent (100%) of the premiums written by the Company or such Subsidiary; or engage in any business if, after giving effect thereto, the general nature of the businesses of the Company and its Subsidiaries, taken as a whole, would no longer be the provision of financing programs for the purchase or lease of used motor vehicles, motor vehicle service protection programs, credit life, accident and health insurance programs and other programs related to the foregoing (it being understood that, in the course of the provision of such programs, the Company may be obligated to remit monies held by it in connection with dealer holdbacks, claims or refunds under insurance policies, or claims or refunds under service contracts, and to make deposits in trust or otherwise as required under reinsurance agreements or pursuant to state regulatory requirements); provided however that the Company and its Subsidiaries shall manage and operate such businesses in substantially the same manner that they are managed and operated as of the date hereof.
Business Purposes. 28 Section 5.12 Taxes............................................................ 28 Section 5.13 Mailing Address.................................................. 28 Section 5.14 No Change in Facts or Circumstances.............................. 28 Section 5.15 Disclosure....................................................... 28 Section 5.16 Third Party Representations...................................... 28 Section 5.17 Illegal Activity................................................. 28 Section 5.18 Regulations T, U and X........................................... 29 Section 5.19
Business Purposes. The purpose of the Company is to (i) engage for profit in the Business, (ii) engage for profit in any and all other activities reasonably related to or incidental to the Business, and (iii) engage for profit in any other business for which limited liability companies may be formed under the Delaware Act, whether or not related or incidental to the Business, as may be determined from time to time by the act of the Directors constituting fifty and one-tenth percent (50.1%) or more of the total vote of the Board.