Sales Sample Clauses

Sales. On the settlement date for a sale, Bank will credit the Cash Account with the proceeds of the sale and transfer the relevant Financial Assets to an account at the Bank pending settlement of the trade where not already delivered.
Sales. Any sale of the Community will not affect this Lease or any of your obligations, but upon such sale we will be released from all of our obligations under this Lease and the new owner of the Community will be responsible for the performance of the duties of "Owner" from and after the date of such sale.
Sales. Custodian shall settle sales by delivering certificates or other indicia of ownership of the Securities, and as instructed, shall receive cash for such sales. Custodian shall have no liability of any kind to any person, including Principal, if Custodian exercises due diligence and delivers such certificates or indicia of ownership and the purchaser or broker fails to effect payment.
Sales. Sales of Material to third parties shall be credited to the Business Account at the net amount received. Any damages or claims by the Purchaser shall be charged back to the Business Account if and when paid.
Sales. Upon receipt of proper instructions and upon receipt of full payment therefor, release and deliver securities which have been sold for the account of the Fund. At the time of delivery all such payments are to be made in cash, by a certified check upon or a treasurer's or cashier's check of a bank, by effective bank wire transfer through the Federal Reserve Wire System or, if appropriate, outside of the Federal Reserve Wire System and subsequent credit to the Fund's Custodian account, or, in case of delivery through a stock clearing company, by book-entry credit by the stock clearing company in accordance with the then current "street" custom.
Sales. Subject to Sections 3.1(c)(5) and 3.2(c)(5) and 3.3, each Collateral Agent agrees that it will consent, and will not object or oppose, or support any party in opposing, a motion to dispose of any Priority Collateral of the other party free and clear of any Liens or other claims under Section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code or any similar provision of any other Bankruptcy Law if the requisite Revolving Credit Claimholders under the Revolving Credit Agreement or Fixed Asset Claimholders under the applicable Fixed Asset Documents, as the case may be, have consented to such disposition of their respective Priority Collateral, such motion does not impair, subject to the priorities set forth in this Agreement, the rights of such party under Section 363(k) of the Bankruptcy Code or any similar provision of any other Bankruptcy Law (so long as the right of any Fixed Asset Claimholder to offset its claim against the purchase price for any ABL Collateral exists only after the Revolving Credit Obligations have been paid in full in cash, and so long as the right of any Revolving Credit Claimholder to offset its claim against the purchase price for any Fixed Asset Collateral exists only after the Fixed Asset Obligations have been paid in full in cash), and the terms of any proposed order approving such transaction provide for the respective Liens to attach to the proceeds of the Priority Collateral that is the subject of such disposition, subject to the Lien priorities in Section 2.1 and the other terms and conditions of this Agreement. Each Fixed Asset Collateral Agent and the Revolving Credit Collateral Agent further agrees that it will not oppose, or support any party in opposing, the right of the other party to credit bid under Section 363(k) of the Bankruptcy Code or any similar provision of any other Bankruptcy Law with respect to its respective Priority Collateral, subject to the provision of the immediately preceding sentence with respect to the Priority Collateral or the other party.
Sales. Subject to the requirements of paragraph (s) below, during either the pendency of any Placement Notice given hereunder, or any period in which the Prospectus relating to the Placement Shares is required to be delivered by CF&Co, the Fund shall provide CF&Co notice as promptly as reasonably possible before it offers to sell, contracts to sell, sells, grants any option to sell or otherwise disposes of any Common Shares (other than Placement Shares offered pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement) or securities convertible into or exchangeable for Common Shares, warrants or any rights to purchase or acquire Common Shares; provided, that such notice shall not be required in connection with the (i) issuance or sale of Common Shares, options to purchase Common Shares issuable upon the exercise of options, (ii) the issuance or sale of Common Shares pursuant to the Dividend Reinvestment Plan, or (iii) any Common Shares issuable upon conversion of securities or the exercise of warrants, options or other rights in effect or outstanding.
Sales. The Customer agrees to specifically designate any order to sell a security, which the Customer does not own as a short sale, and understands that you will mark such order as a short sale. The Customer agrees that any order which is not specifically designated as a short sale is a sale of securities owned by the Customer, and that the Customer will deliver the securities on or before settlement date, if not already in the account. If the Customer should fail to make such delivery in the time required, you are authorized to borrow such securities as necessary to make delivery for the Customer’s sale, and the Customer agrees to be responsible for any loss you may thereby sustain, or which you may sustain as a result of your inability to borrow such securities.
Sales. Second Lien Creditor agrees that it will consent to, and will not object or oppose a motion to Dispose of any Collateral free and clear of the Liens or other claims or interests in favor of the Second Lien Creditor under Section 363 or Section 1129 of the Bankruptcy Code if (a) the requisite First Lien Claimholders have consented to such Disposition of such Collateral, (b) such motion does not impair, subject to the priorities set forth in this Agreement, the rights of the Second Lien Claimholders under Section 363(k) of the Bankruptcy Code (so long as the right of the Second Lien Claimholders to offset its claim against the purchase price only arises after the First Lien Priority Debt has been paid in full in cash), (c) either (i) pursuant to court order, the Liens of the Second Lien Claimholders attach to the net proceeds of the Disposition with the same priority and validity as the Liens held by the Second Lien Claimholders on such Collateral, and the Liens remain subject to the terms of this Agreement, or (ii) the proceeds of the Disposition are applied in accordance with Section 4.1, and (d) the net cash proceeds of the Disposition that are applied to First Lien Priority Debt permanently reduce the First Lien Debt to the extent provided in Section 4.1. The foregoing to the contrary notwithstanding, the Second Lien Claimholders may raise any objections to such Disposition of the Collateral that could be raised by a creditor of the Debtor whose claims are not secured by Liens on such Collateral, provided such objections are not inconsistent with any other term or provision of this Agreement and are not based on their status as secured creditors (without limiting the foregoing, Second Lien Creditors may not raise any objections based on rights afforded by Sections 363(e) and (f) of the Bankruptcy Code to secured creditors (or any comparable provision of any other Bankruptcy Law) with respect to the Liens granted to Second Lien Creditor in respect of such assets).