Liquidation of the Partnership. Upon the dissolution of the Partnership under circumstances in which the business is not continued as provided in Section 20.2, no further business shall be conducted by the Partnership, except for the taking of such action as shall be necessary for the winding up of its business and affairs, the liquidation of its assets and/or the distribution of its assets to the Partners. Unless otherwise decided by the Partnership Committee, the Operator shall be the liquidating trustee for the Partnership. The winding up and liquidation of the Partnership shall consist of the sale of the properties of the Partnership, at the conclusion of which the Partnership shall terminate.
Liquidation of the Partnership. (a) If the Partnership is dissolved by agreement pursuant to Section 9.2 the Board of Directors shall proceed with the winding up of the Partnership, and the assets of the Partnership shall be applied and distributed as provided in this Section 9.4 If the Partnership is dissolved at the election of one of the Partners pursuant to Section 9.2, the electing Partner shall control the winding up and distribution of the assets of the Partnership.
Liquidation of the Partnership. Within five (5) days after the dissolution of the Partnership (other than a dissolution by reason of the acquisition by a Partner of all of the Project Property of the other Partner), each Partner shall contribute to the Partnership the amount of any negative balance in its Capital Account. Upon the dissolution of the Partnership (other than a dissolution by reason of the acquisition by a Partner of all of the Project Property of the other Partners), and in the absence of an election to reconstitute the Partnership pursuant to Section 10(b), the Partners shall wind up the Partnership's affairs by completing any business then in progress, liquidating its assets to the extent practicable and applying its funds or remaining assets in the following order of priority:
Liquidation of the Partnership. Any repayments shall be credited first to accrued and unpaid interest, and then to reduce the principal balance of the unpaid Total Cash Distribution and Fees amount. If the total amount required to be repaid by the Successor General Partner has not been repaid upon the Successor General Partner ceasing to be general partner for any reason, including upon (i) the resignation or removal of the Successor General Partner, (ii) the merger of the Partnership into another entity, or (iii) the liquidation of the Partnership, the Successor General Partner shall be required to repay such outstanding amounts. In the case of such a merger or liquidation, the amounts owed by the Successor General Partner shall be repaid prior to the closing of the merger and prior to the final distribution of liquidation proceeds to the partners of the Partnership. ART shall guarantee the full repayment of all amounts owed by the Successor General Partner pursuant to this Section 10. The Partnership shall not be entitled to release ART from its guaranty, unless ART provides for the full satisfaction of the underlying obligation through payment.
Liquidation of the Partnership. 71 10.1 Liquidation...............................................71 10.2
Liquidation of the Partnership. 48 11.1 General.................................................................48 11.2
Liquidation of the Partnership. 54 10.1 LIQUIDATION............................................. 54 10.2