Going Concern Sample Clauses

Going Concern. Any Financial Reporting Party’s audited Financial Statements or notes thereto or other opinions or conclusions stated therein shall be qualified or limited by reference to the status of Seller Party as a “going concern” or reference of similar import; or
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Going Concern. The Seller’s audited financial statements delivered to Buyer shall contain an audit opinion that is qualified or limited by reference to the status of Seller as a “going concern” or reference of similar import;
Going Concern. The Company has no knowledge (upon receipt of the proceeds of this transaction) that the Company’s independent public accountants will issue an audit letter containing a “going concern” opinion or other qualification in connection with the Company’s annual report on Form 10-KSB pursuant to Section 13 or 15(d) under the Exchange Act for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2005.
Going Concern. Seller’s audited Financial Statements or notes thereto or other opinions or conclusions stated therein shall be qualified or limited by reference to the status of Seller as a “going concern” or reference of similar import; or (n)
Going Concern. Debtor shall terminate its corporate existence or shall cease to operate as a going concern.
Going Concern. Guarantor’s audited Financial Statements or notes thereto or other opinions or conclusions stated therein shall be qualified or limited by reference to the status of a Seller Party as a “going concern” or reference of similar import; or
Going Concern. Any Seller’s or Guarantor’s audited financial statements or notes thereto or other opinions or conclusions stated therein shall be qualified or limited by reference to the status of any Seller, Guarantor or any Affiliate as a “going concern” or reference of similar import; or
Going Concern. Neither such Seller nor the Stockholder has any knowledge of any fact, event, circumstance or condition (including but not limited to any announced or anticipated changes in the policies of any material supplier, referral source, client or customer) that would materially impair the ability of the Buyer to continue the Business heretofore conducted by such Seller in substantially the manner heretofore conducted by such Seller (other than general, industry-wide conditions).
Going Concern. (3) If the sale of the Land is the supply of a going concern or the supply of something which comprises part of the supply of a going concern (the “Arrangement”) then:
Going Concern. The Company and the Subsidiaries have no knowledge (upon receipt of the proceeds of this transaction) of any facts or circumstances that could reasonably be expected to cause Ernst & Young LLP, the Company’s independent public accountants, to issue an audit letter containing a “going concern” opinion for the Company’s current annual report on Form 10-K pursuant to Section 13 or 15(d) under the Exchange Act.