Purchaser Representative Sample Clauses

Purchaser Representative. If the Company or any Investor enters into any negotiation or transaction for which Rule 506 (or any similar rule then in effect) promulgated by the Securities and Exchange Commission under the Securities Act may be available with respect to such negotiation or transaction (including a merger, consolidation or other reorganization), each Management Investor will, at the request of the Company, appoint a purchaser representative (as such term is defined in Rule 501(h) promulgated by the Securities and Exchange Commission under the Securities Act) reasonably acceptable to the Company. If any Management Investor appoints the purchaser representative designated by the Company, the Company will pay the fees of such purchaser representative, but if any Management Investor declines to appoint the purchaser representative designated by the Company such Management Investor will appoint another purchaser representative (reasonably acceptable to the Company), and such Management Investor will be responsible for the fees of the purchaser representative so appointed.
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Purchaser Representative. If the Company or the holders of the ---- ------------------------- Company's securities enter into any negotiation or transaction for which Rule ---- 506 (or any similar rule then in effect) promulgated by the Securities Exchange -- Commission may be available with respect to such negotiation or transaction (in-cluding a merger, consolidation or other reorganization), Executive shall, at the request of the Company, appoint a purchaser repre-sentative (as such term is defined in Rule 501) reasonably acceptable to the Company. If Executive appoints the purchaser repre-sentative designated by the Company, the Company shall pay the fees of such purchaser representative, but if Executive declines to appoint the purchaser representative designated by the Company Executive shall appoint another purchaser representative (reasonably acceptable to the Company), and shall be responsible for the fees of the purchaser representative so appointed.
Purchaser Representative. If the Company or Members holding the Required Interest enter into any negotiation or transaction for which Rule 506 (or any similar rule then in effect) promulgated by the Securities Exchange Commission may be available with respect to such negotiation or transaction (including a merger, consolidation or other reorganization), the Holders shall, at the request of the Members holding the Required Interest, appoint a "purchaser representative" (as such term is defined in Rule 501) reasonably acceptable to the Members holding the Required Interest. If any Holder so appoints a purchaser representative, the Company shall pay the fees of such purchaser representative. However, if any Holder declines to appoint the purchaser representative reasonably acceptable to the Members holding the Required Interest, such Holder shall appoint another purchaser representative (reasonably acceptable to the Members holding the Required Interest), and such Holder shall be responsible for the fees of the purchaser representative so appointed.
Purchaser Representative. If Investor used or will use the services of a Purchaser Representative in connection with the Exchange, such Purchaser Representative has disclosed or will disclose, by submitting to the Company a Purchaser Representative Questionnaire in the form given Investor by the Company, any material relationship which now exists between each Purchaser Representative or his affiliates and the Company and its affiliates, or which is mutually understood to be contemplated, or which has existed at any time during the previous two (2) years, and further setting forth any compensation received or to be received as a result of such relationship.
Purchaser Representative. In connection with an Approved Sale, the Holders who are not accredited investors (as that term is defined in Rule 501 of the Securities Act) will, at the request of the Company, appoint a purchaser representative (as such term is defined in Rule 501 of the Securities Act) reasonably acceptable to the Company. If any such Holder appoints a purchaser representative designated by the Company, the Company will pay the reasonable fees of such purchaser representative, but if any such Holder declines to appoint the purchaser representative designated by the Company such Holder will appoint another purchaser representative (reasonably acceptable to the Company), and such Holder will be responsible for the fees of the purchaser representative so appointed.
Purchaser Representative. If Holding enters into any negotiation or transaction involving the issuance of securities of another Person to the Stockholders for which Rule 506 (or any similar rule then in effect) promulgated under the Securities Act by the Commission may be available with respect to such negotiation or transaction (including a merger, consolidation or other reorganization), each Stockholder that is a natural person will, at the request of Holding, appoint a purchaser representative (as such term is defined in Rule 501 under the Securities Act) reasonably acceptable to Holding. If any such Stockholder appoints the purchaser representative designated by Holding, Holding will pay the fees of such purchaser representative, but if any such Stockholder declines to appoint the purchaser representative designated by Holding, such Stockholder will appoint, at his or her own expense, another purchaser representative reasonably acceptable to Holding.
Purchaser Representative. There shall be a Purchaser Representative, as defined in Regulation D under the Securities Act, reasonably satisfactory to Acquiror, representing each holder of Target Capital Stock who is a U.S. Person and not an "accredited investor" as defined in Rule 501 under the Securities Act, and such Purchaser 51 57 Representative shall have executed and delivered documentation reasonably satisfactory to Acquiror.
Purchaser Representative. Each Company Shareholder that is not an “accredited investor” (as defined in Regulation 501 under the Securities Act) shall have acknowledged in writing the identity of their “purchaser representative” within the meaning of Regulation 501(h) under the Securities Act (the “Purchaser Representative”) and their reliance on such Purchaser Representative to satisfy the requirements of Regulation 506(b)(2)(ii) under the Securities Act.