Immaterial Subsidiaries Sample Clauses

Immaterial Subsidiaries. No Immaterial Subsidiary (a) owns any assets (other than assets of a de minimis nature), (b) has any liabilities (other than liabilities of a de minimis nature), or (c) engages in any business activity.
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Immaterial Subsidiaries. Each Loan Party will not permit any Immaterial Subsidiary to (a) own any assets (other than assets of a de minimis nature), (b) have any liabilities (other than liabilities of a de minimis nature), or (c) engage in any business activity.
Immaterial Subsidiaries. No Immaterial Subsidiary (a) owns or generates any Accounts (other than intercompany Accounts) or Inventory located in the United States of America or (ii) has revenues (other than from intercompany Accounts) in any Fiscal Year in excess of $1,000,000.
Immaterial Subsidiaries. Borrower will not permit any Immaterial Subsidiary to (a) own any assets (other than assets of a de minimis nature), (b) have any liabilities (other than liabilities of a de minimis nature), or (c) engage in any business activity.
Immaterial Subsidiaries. Permit or suffer any Immaterial Subsidiary to (a) own or generate any Accounts (other than intercompany Accounts) or Inventory located in the United States of America or (ii) have revenues in any Fiscal Year in excess of $1,000,000, unless Borrower Representative causes such Immaterial Subsidiary to execute a Joinder Agreement and to take such other actions as Collateral Agent shall require to evidence and perfect a Lien in favor of Collateral Agent (for the benefit of Lenders) on the Collateral in which such Person has an interest, including delivery of such legal opinions, in form and substance reasonably satisfactory to Collateral Agent, as it shall deem appropriate.
Immaterial Subsidiaries. Each of the Borrowers’ Immaterial Subsidiaries has no material assets or material liabilities.
Immaterial Subsidiaries. The Borrower will, from time to time by written notice to the Administrative Agent, un-designate a sufficient number of Subsidiaries as Immaterial Subsidiaries, if and to the extent necessary, such that at all times all Immaterial Subsidiaries, collectively, do not comprise more than two percent (2%) of the Borrower’s consolidated assets or Consolidated EBITDA as of the end of or for the most recently ended Reference Period.
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Immaterial Subsidiaries. Each Immaterial Subsidiary (i) as of the Closing Date, owns assets having a book value of which the Dollar Equivalent is less than $100,000 and (ii) had earnings during the 2012 Fiscal Year of which the Dollar Equivalent was less than $100,000.
Immaterial Subsidiaries. If on any date either (i) the aggregate amount of tangible assets and owned intellectual property (valued at the greater of book value or Fair Market Value) of all Non-Pledged Subsidiaries or (ii) the aggregate amount of revenues (excluding intercompany revenues) for the period of four consecutive Fiscal Quarters most recently ended for which financial statements have been delivered pursuant to Section 8.1(a) or 8.1(b) of all Non-Pledged Subsidiaries exceeds $50,000,000, promptly (and, in any event, within 45 days after such date, as such time period may be extended by the Administrative Agent in its sole discretion) cause one or more Non-Pledged Subsidiaries to become Subsidiary Guarantors or Pledged Foreign Subsidiaries in accordance with Section 8.13(a) or (b), as applicable, such that after giving effect thereto, the aggregate amount of tangible assets and owned intellectual property (valued at the greater of book value or Fair Market Value) and the aggregate amount of revenues (excluding intercompany revenues) for the period of four consecutive Fiscal Quarters most recently ended for which financial statements have been delivered pursuant to Section 8.1(a) or 8.1(b) of all Non-Pledged Subsidiaries is, in each case, less than $50,000,000.
Immaterial Subsidiaries. (x) any subsidiary that is prohibited by law or regulation from becoming a Subsidiary Guarantor; (y) any Subsidiary to the extent that the cost of obtaining a guarantee outweighs the benefit afforded thereby as reasonably determined by the Administrative Agent; or (z) any CFC;
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