Early Termination Date Sample Clauses

Early Termination Date. 11.3.1 If notice designating an Early Termination Date is given under Clause 11.2.1, the Early Termination Date will occur on the date so designated even if the circumstances giving rise to the Event of Default are no longer continuing.
Early Termination Date. If an Event of Default with respect to a Defaulting Party shall have occurred and be continuing, the other Party (the “Non-Defaulting Party”) shall have the right, by delivery of Notice to the Defaulting Party, to (a) designate a day, no earlier than the day such Notice is effective and no later than twenty (20) days after such Notice is effective, as an “Early Termination Date,” and to terminate this Agreement as of the Early Termination Date, (b) accelerate all amounts owing between the Parties under this Agreement, (c) withhold any payments due to the Defaulting Party under this Agreement, (d) suspend performance pending termination of this Agreement; and (e) pursue all remedies available at law or in equity against the Defaulting Party (including monetary damages and, where appropriate, specific performance or injunctive relief), except to the extent that such remedies are limited by the terms of this Agreement.
Early Termination Date. An Early Termination Date shall be deemed to occur immediately on the occurrence with respect to Party A’s Credit Support Provider of a Guarantor Bankruptcy Event of Default (as defined in the Enron Guaranty).
Early Termination Date. If the Defaulting Party does not or is unable to remedy the Event of Default such that there is no longer an Event of Default during the Cure Period, the Non-Defaulting Party may designate any of the subsequent ten (10) Business Days after the last day of the Cure Period as an early termination date (the “Early Termination Date”) of the Agreement which is the subject of the default and all other Agreements with the Non-Defaulting Party and any of its affiliates.
Early Termination Date. If an Event of Default occurs with respect to a Defaulting Party at any time during the term of this Agreement, the Non-Defaulting Party may, in its sole discretion, for so long as the Event of Default is continuing, by no more than 20 days notice to the Defaulting Party, designate a day no earlier than the day such notice is effective as an early termination date ("Early Termination Date") on which all Transactions shall terminate (individually a "Terminated Transaction" and collectively the "Terminated Transactions"); and withhold any payments due in respect of the Terminated Transactions.
Early Termination Date. If notice designating an Early Termination Date is given under clause 12.1 (Termination Rights), the Early Termination Date occurs on the date so designated even if the circumstances giving rise to the Event of Default are no longer continuing. Upon the effective designation of an Early Termination Date: (a) no further payments or compliance with clauses 4 (Allowance Transfers) or 5 (Effecting Transfers) or both of them is required in respect of any Transaction, and (b) the amount, if any, payable in respect of an Early Termination Date is to be determined pursuant to clause 12.5 (Termination Payments).
Early Termination Date. Except as otherwise provided in Section 2.08, if an Event of Default with respect to a Defaulting Party shall have occurred and be continuing, the other Party (the “Non-Defaulting Party”) shall have the right, by delivery of Notice to the Defaulting Party, to‌
Early Termination Date. Early Termination Date" means any date on which the Executive's Service with the Company ends prior to the Executive's 65th birthday.
Early Termination Date. The Syndicate Majority may by notice terminate this Agreement, and an Early Termination Date shall in such case be deemed to have occurred (“Early Termination Date”), if any of the following events occurs:
Early Termination Date. As defined in Section 6.3.