Rights of First Refusal Sample Clauses

Rights of First Refusal. So long as any portion of Convertible Debentures are outstanding, if the Company intends to raise additional capital by the issuance or sale of capital stock of the Company, including without limitation shares of any class of common stock, any class of preferred stock, options, warrants or any other securities convertible or exercisable into shares of common stock (whether the offering is conducted by the Company, underwriter, placement agent or any third party) the Company shall be obligated to offer to the Buyers such issuance or sale of capital stock, by providing in writing the principal amount of capital it intends to raise and outline of the material terms of such capital raise, prior to the offering such issuance or sale of capital stock to any third parties including, but not limited to, current or former officers or directors, current or former shareholders and/or investors of the obligor, underwriters, brokers, agents or other third parties. The Buyers shall have ten (10) business days from receipt of such notice of the sale or issuance of capital stock to accept or reject all or a portion of such capital raising offer.
Rights of First Refusal. The Company is not obligated to offer the securities offered hereunder on a right of first refusal basis or otherwise to any third parties including, but not limited to, current or former shareholders of the Company, underwriters, brokers, agents or other third parties.
Rights of First Refusal. Except as set forth on Schedule 4c(i) or Schedule 4r, the Company is not obligated to offer the securities offered hereunder on a right of first refusal basis or otherwise to any third parties including, but not limited to, current or former stockholders of the Company, underwriters, brokers, agents or other third parties.
Rights of First Refusal. Solely in connection with the tender and purchase of Company Shares pursuant to the Offer and the consummation of the Merger, the Company hereby waives any and all rights of first refusal it may have with respect to Company Shares owned by, or issuable to, any Person, other than rights to repurchase unvested shares, if any, that may be held by Persons pursuant to the grant of restricted stock purchase rights or following exercise of employee stock options.
Rights of First Refusal. 4.1 SUBSEQUENT OFFERINGS. Each Major Investor, each Series B Investor and each Warrantholder (each, a "Right of First Refusal Investor") shall have a right of first refusal to purchase its pro rata share of all Equity Securities, as defined below, that the Company may, from time to time, propose to sell and issue after the date of this Agreement, other than the Equity Securities excluded by Section 4.7 hereof. Each Investor's pro rata share is equal to the ratio of (a) the number of shares of the Company's Common Stock (including all shares of Common Stock issued or issuable upon conversion of the Shares or upon exercise of the Warrants) which such Investor is deemed to be a holder of immediately prior to the issuance of such Equity Securities to (b) the total number of shares of the Company's outstanding Common Stock (including all shares of Common Stock issued or issuable upon conversion of the Shares or upon the exercise of any outstanding warrants or options) immediately prior to the issuance of the Equity Securities. The term "
Rights of First Refusal. Before any shares of Stock registered in ----------------------- the name of Purchaser may be sold or transferred (including transfer by operation of law other than as excepted pursuant to Section 4.2 hereof), Purchaser must first obtain the written consent of the Company. If such written consent is not given, then the Company or, if the Company desires, the other shareholders of the Company, shall have a right of first refusal to purchase such shares for the same price and on the same terms and conditions offered to such prospective purchaser, in accordance with the procedures set forth below (the "Rights of First Refusal"). If the proposed price per share is to be other than in cash, then an equivalent cash value shall be determined in good faith by the Board of Directors of the Company. If a transfer other than a voluntary sale is proposed to be made, then the price per share for purposes of the Rights of First Refusal shall be determined by the mutual agreement of Purchaser and the Company or, if no agreement can be reached, the price shall be the fair market value of such shares, as determined in good faith by the Company's Board of Directors. Prior to any sale or transfer of any shares of the Stock, Purchaser, or the legal representative of Purchaser, shall promptly deliver to the Secretary of the Company a written notice of the price and other terms and conditions of the offer by the prospective purchaser, the identity of the prospective purchaser, and, in the case of a sale, Purchaser's bona fide intention to sell or dispose of such shares together with a copy of a written agreement between Purchaser and the prospective purchaser conditioned only upon the satisfaction of the procedures set forth in these Rights of First Refusal. If the Company does not give its written consent to such transfer, then the Company (or its assignees) shall, for thirty (30) days after such notice from Purchaser, have the right under this Section 4 to purchase some or all such shares, as set forth herein. After the expiration of the Rights of First Refusal, or upon the written consent of the Company to the proposed transfer, Purchaser may sell or transfer the shares specified in the notice to the Company, on the terms and conditions specified in such notice; provided, however, that the sale must be consummated within three (3) months after the date of the notice and that all shares sold or transferred shall remain subject to the provisions and restrictions of this Agreem...
Rights of First Refusal. 3.29.1. The Representative is hereby granted a right of first refusal for a period commencing on the consummation of this Offering and continuing until the consummation of an initial Business Combination (or the liquidation of the Trust Account in the event that the Company fails to consummate an initial Business Combination within the prescribed time period) to act as book running manager, placement agent and/or arranger for all financings, excluding any financing denominated in Mexican Pesos, where the Company seeks to raise equity, equity-linked, debt or mezzanine financings relating to or in connection with a Business Combination and to receive at least 25% of the aggregate gross spread or fees from any and all such financings (such gross spread or fees in any and all such financings to be mutually determined in good faith by the Company, the Representative and other participating financial institutions, if applicable, and based on the prevailing market for similar transactions).
Rights of First Refusal. If a Member has received the prior written ----------------------- consent of the Manager (or, in the case of HPC if HPC is then the Manager, holders of a majority of the Profit Percentage Interests excluding those held by HPC), to a proposed Transfer in accordance with Section 7.1, prior to seeking to sell all or any portion of its Membership Interest (the "Transferable Interest"), (i) each Member other than HPC shall first offer HPC and, as long as HPC is the Manager, the other Members and (ii), HPC subject to the requirements of the Purchase Agreement regarding the rights of CEI in connection with Transfers by HPC, shall offer to the other Members (in each case, collectively with HPC, the "Offerees") the right to purchase the Transferable Interest (or in the case of HPC, if CEI had the right pursuant to the Purchase Agreement to exercise a right of first refusal and did so, the remainder, if any, of the Transferable Interest following such exercise) on the same terms and conditions as the selling Member intends to sell such interest, or on the same terms and conditions as the offer received from a prospective purchaser, as the case may be (herein, the "First Opportunity Offer"). The First Opportunity Offer, once made, shall constitute an irrevocable binding offer by the selling Member to sell the Transferable Interest to the Offerees, who shall have thirty (30) days after receipt of the First Opportunity Offer within which to accept same in writing. If any of the Offerees timely accepts the First Opportunity Offer, the selling Member shall sell the Transferable Interest to such accepting Offerees on a pro rata basis in accordance with their Profit Percentage Interests (or if only one Offeree accepts in a timely manner, such Offeree may purchase the entire Transferable Interest), on the same terms and conditions as the First Opportunity Offer; provided, however, that such sale shall be consummated within -------- ninety (90) days of the Offerees' acceptance of the First Opportunity Offer. If the Offerees fail to timely accept the First Opportunity Offer or do not agree to purchase all of the Transferable Interest, the selling Member (other then HPC, if it has previously made such offer to CEI) shall offer the still available portion of the Transferable Interest to CEI in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Purchase Agreement. If CEI agrees to purchase (x) all of the still available portion of the Transferable Interest of DeBartelo or Chu, as ...
Rights of First Refusal. (a) Except with respect to Transfers permitted pursuant to Section 3.2, if, on or after October 31, 1999, a Stockholder desires to Transfer any shares of Common Stock to any other Person (other than a Restricted Transferee) in a bona fide transaction solely for cash consideration, such Stockholder (the "Offeror") shall be entitled to do so provided that such Offeror first offers to sell such shares of Common Stock to the other Stockholder (the "Offeree") at the same price and the same terms and conditions as the Offeror would receive from such other Person. If the Offeror Transfers an amount of shares of Common Stock which (together with any Membership Units also being transferred by the Offeror) are equal to or more than ten percent (10%) of the then aggregate outstanding Membership Units, the member of the Special Committee elected by the BN Directors (if BN Holding or its Affiliate is the Offeror) or by the USO Directors (if USO or its Affiliate is the Offeror) shall be deemed to have resigned effective immediately upon such Transfer. The Offeror shall submit to the Company and the Offeree a written notice (the "Offer Notice") stating in reasonable detail such price and such terms and conditions and identifying the Person and all Persons who beneficially own more than five percent (5%) of such Person, proposing to purchase the shares of Common Stock, and the amount of Membership Units, if any, also being sold. The Offeree shall have a period of thirty (30) days after the receipt of the Offer Notice in which to accept or reject such offer. If the Offeree elects to accept such offer, which acceptance must be for all and not part of the Common Stock and Membership Units offered for sale, it shall so indicate within such thirty (30) day period by notice to the Offeror. The notice required to be given by the Offeree shall specify a date for the closing of the purchase which, subject to the expiration or early termination of any waiting period required by any Governmental Body and the receipt of any required approvals of any Governmental Body, shall not be more than thirty (30) days after the date of the giving of such notice.
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