Mergers Sample Clauses

Mergers. In the event that the Company undertakes to (i) sell, lease, exchange, convey or otherwise dispose of all or substantially all of its property or business, or (ii) merge into or consolidate with any other corporation (other than a wholly- owned Subsidiary), or effect any transaction (including a merger or other reorganization) or series of related transactions, in which more than fifty percent (50%) of the voting power of the Company is disposed of, the Company will use its best efforts to provide at least thirty (30) days notice of the terms and conditions of the proposed transaction. The Company shall cooperate with the holder in consummating the sale of this Warrant in connection with any such transaction.
Mergers. (a) The Trust may not consolidate, amalgamate, merge with or into, or be replaced by, or convey, transfer or lease its properties and assets substantially as an entirety to any Person, except as described in Section 3.15(b) and (c) or Section 8.2.
Mergers. The Company shall not consolidate or merge into, or transfer any or all of its assets to, any person, unless such person assumes in writing the obligations of the Company under this Debenture and immediately after such transaction no Event of Default exists. Any reference herein to the Company shall refer to such surviving or transferee corporation and the obligations of the Company shall terminate only upon such written assumption of the Company's obligation. The Company shall make notice to the Holder simultaneously with the dissemination of a Merger to the public markets.
Mergers. Merge or consolidate with, or sell, assign, lease or otherwise dispose of (whether in one transaction or in a series of transactions) all or substantially all of its assets (whether now owned or hereafter acquired) to any Person or form any Subsidiary, except that the foregoing shall not prohibit (i) the formation of a new Subsidiary in accordance with the requirements of Section 9.06 hereof, or (ii) the merger of Restricted Subsidiaries with and into each other or into Borrower (with the Borrower as the surviving corporation), so long as at the time thereof or as a result thereof there shall be no Default or Event of Default.
Mergers. To the extent the Partnership acquires any property (or an indirect interest therein) by the merger of any other Person into the Partnership or with or into a Subsidiary of the Partnership, Persons who receive Partnership Interests in exchange for their interest in the Person merging into the Partnership or with or into a Subsidiary of the Partnership shall be deemed to have been admitted as Additional Limited Partners pursuant to Section 12.2 and shall be deemed to have made Capital Contributions as provided in the applicable merger agreement (or if not so provided, as determined by the General Partner in its sole and absolute discretion) and as set forth in the Partner Registry.
Mergers. Except with the prior consent of the Agent and Hermes and other than pursuant to the Apollo-Related Transactions, the Borrower will not enter into any amalgamation, restructure, substantial reorganisation, merger, de-merger or consolidation or anything analogous to the foregoing nor will it acquire any equity, share capital or obligations of any corporation or other entity.
Mergers. The Issuer shall not, and shall ensure that no other Group Company shall, carry out any merger or other business combination or corporate reorganization involving a consolidation of the assets and obligations of the Issuer or any other Group Company with any other companies or entities if such transaction would have a Material Adverse Effect.
Mergers. At the Effective Time (as defined in Section 1.4), each Partnership shall be merged with and into Pioneer USA, the separate existence of such Partnership shall cease, and Pioneer USA, as the surviving corporation, shall continue to exist by virtue of and shall be governed by the laws of the State of Delaware.
Mergers. For purposes of this Agreement, each merger described in the Proxy Statement shall be treated as if the partnership has: