Conversion of Multiple Notes by a Single Holder Sample Clauses

Conversion of Multiple Notes by a Single Holder. If a Holder converts more than one (1) Note on a single Conversion Date, then the Conversion Consideration due in respect of such conversion will (in the case of any Global Note, to the extent permitted by, and practicable under, the Depositary Procedures) be computed based on the total principal amount of Notes converted on such Conversion Date by such Holder.
Conversion of Multiple Notes by a Single Holder. If a Holder surrenders more than one Note for conversion on a single Conversion Date, the Company will calculate the amount of cash and the number of shares of Common Stock due with respect to such Notes as if such Holder had surrendered for conversion one Note having an aggregate principal amount equal to the sum of the principal amounts of each of the Notes surrendered for conversion by such Holder on such Conversion Date or, if the Notes surrendered for conversion are beneficial interests in a Global Note, based on such other aggregate number of Notes, or beneficial interests therein, being surrendered by the Holder for conversion on the same date as the Depositary may otherwise request.
Conversion of Multiple Notes by a Single Holder. If a Holder converts more than one Note on a single Conversion Date, the Conversion Consideration due in respect of such conversion will be computed based on the total principal amount of Notes converted on such Conversion Date by such Holder.
Conversion of Multiple Notes by a Single Holder. If a Holder converts more than one Note on a single Conversion Date, the number of shares of Common Stock that the Company will deliver to the converting Holder, and the amount of cash that the Company will pay to such Holder in lieu of fractional shares of Common Stock, will be computed based on the total principal amount of Notes converted on such Conversion Date by such Holder.

Related to Conversion of Multiple Notes by a Single Holder

  • Conversion of Notes (a) Upon the conversion of a Note or part thereof, the Company shall, at its own cost and expense, take all necessary action, including obtaining and delivering an opinion of counsel to assure that the Company’s transfer agent shall issue stock certificates in the name of a Subscriber (or its permitted nominee) or such other persons as designated by Subscriber and in such denominations to be specified at conversion representing the number of shares of Common Stock issuable upon such conversion. The Company warrants that no instructions other than these instructions have been or will be given to the transfer agent of the Company’s Common Stock and that the certificates representing such shares shall contain no legend other than the legend set forth in Section 4(h). If and when a Subscriber sells the Conversion Shares, assuming (i) a registration statement including such Conversion Shares for registration has been filed with the Commission, is effective and the prospectus, as supplemented or amended, contained therein is current and (ii) Subscriber or its agent confirms in writing to the transfer agent that Subscriber has complied with the prospectus delivery requirements, the Company will reissue the Conversion Shares without restrictive legend and the Conversion Shares will be free-trading, and freely transferable. In the event that the Conversion Shares are sold in a manner that complies with an exemption from registration, the Company will promptly instruct its counsel to issue to the transfer agent an opinion permitting removal of the legend indefinitely if such sale is intended to be made in conformity with Rule 144(b)(1)(i) of the 1933 Act, or for 90 days if pursuant to the other provisions of Rule 144 of the 1933 Act, provided that Subscriber delivers reasonably requested representations in support of such opinion.

  • Right of Holders to Require the Company to Repurchase Notes Upon a Fundamental Change Subject to the other terms of this Section 4.02, if a Fundamental Change occurs, then each Holder will have the right (the “Fundamental Change Repurchase Right”) to require the Company to repurchase such Holder’s Notes (or any portion thereof in an Authorized Denomination) on the Fundamental Change Repurchase Date for such Fundamental Change for a cash purchase price equal to the Fundamental Change Repurchase Price.