Franchises. All and singular, the franchises, grants, permits, immunities, privileges and rights of the Company owned and held by it at the date of the execution hereof or hereafter acquired for the construction, maintenance, and operation of the gas plants and systems now or hereafter subject to the lien hereof, as well as all certificates, franchises, grants, permits, immunities, privileges, and rights of the Company used or useful in the operation of the property now or hereafter mortgaged hereunder, including all and singular the franchises, grants, permits, immunities, privileges, and rights of the Company granted by the governing authorities of any municipalities or other political subdivisions and all renewals, extensions and modifications of said certificates, franchises, grants, permits, privileges, and rights or any of them.
Franchises. If the Restaurant’s business, name, brand or logo is or becomes subject to any license or franchise arrangements, the Restaurant confirms it has obtained or will obtain any required Consents from its licensors or franchisors for the use and inclusion on the Website of such business, name, brand or logo, and shall fully indemnify Tiffin Tom Ltd for any losses, damages or claims made against or incurred by Tiffin Tom Ltd due to any failure to obtain such Consents.
Franchises. The Company will and shall cause each of its Subsidiaries to preserve and maintain at all times its existence, rights and franchises, except as otherwise permitted pursuant to paragraph 6D hereof; provided that the Company shall not be required to preserve or maintain such rights or franchises where the failure to do so will not have a Material Adverse Effect.
Franchises. The Company and the Subsidiaries hold, to the extent required, valid and subsisting franchises, licenses and permits authorizing them to carry on the regulated utility businesses in which they are engaged in the territories from which substantially all of the Company’s consolidated gross operating revenue is derived, except where the failure to hold such franchises, licenses and permits would not result in a Material Adverse Change.
Franchises. The Company has, in its judgment, adequate franchises and permits without burdensome restrictions (other than those typically contained in franchises and permits of this type) to allow the Company to conduct the business in which it is engaged. The Company has two classes of franchises to install and operate water pipes and mains under public streets and highways:
Franchises. Except as would not reasonably be expected to have, individually or in the aggregate, a Parent Material Adverse Effect, (a) the Cable Systems owned or operated by Parent and its Subsidiaries are in compliance with the applicable Franchises in all material respects and (b) there are no material ongoing or, to Parent’s knowledge, threatened audits or similar proceedings undertaken by Governmental Authorities with respect to any of the Franchises of Parent or its Subsidiaries.
Franchises. Each Company shall preserve and maintain at all times its existence, rights and franchises, except as otherwise permitted pursuant to Section 5.12 hereof.
Franchises. Enter into any franchise agreement pursuant to which the Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries is prohibited from pledging or otherwise assigning its rights under such franchise agreement, including its right to receive any franchise fees or other fees or amounts paid to the Borrower or such Subsidiary thereunder.
Franchises. Each of the Borrowers will, and will cause each of its Material Subsidiaries to, do or cause to be done, all things necessary to preserve and keep in full force and effect its existence and its rights, franchises, licenses and patents, except for those rights, franchises, licenses and patents the loss of which, either individually or in the aggregate, could not reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect; provided, however, that nothing in this Section 8.04 shall prevent (i) the withdrawal by any Borrower or any of its Material Subsidiaries of its qualification as a foreign corporation, partnership or limited liability company, as the case may be, in any jurisdiction where such withdrawal, either individually or in the aggregate, could not reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect or (ii) any transaction permitted by Section 9.02.
Franchises. NU and the NU Subsidiaries own or have sufficient rights and consents to locate and use under existing franchises, permits, easements, leases, and license agreements (the "NU Permits") all properties, rights and assets necessary for the conduct of their business and operations as currently conducted, except where the failure to own or have sufficient rights to such properties, rights and assets would not have, individually or in the aggregate, a Material Adverse Effect on NU. To the knowledge (as defined in Section 8.03) of NU, no other private corporation has as of the date of this Agreement commenced, or, without obtaining a certificate of public convenience and necessity from the applicable state utility commission, can commence, operations distributing electricity to the general public along and across public streets and ways in any part of the territories now served by NU or any NU Subsidiary.