The Covenant Sample Clauses

The Covenant. The Tenant covenants to pay Rent and all other costs and charges required to be paid by the Tenant in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Lease as herein provided, including GST at such place a s the Landlord may direct.
The Covenant. (d) The Sharing Agreement.
The Covenant. Macronix covenants on behalf of itself and its Subsidiaries that it shall not assert Macronix NVM Patents (including, but not limited to Macronix NROM Patents) and Confidential Information disclosed to Saifun or to Saifun's Subsidiary, against Saifun or its Subsidiary for the use, design, development, manufacture, importation, sale, offering to sell, or *** Omitted pursuant to a confidential treatment request. The confidential information has been filed separately with the SEC. other disposition or activity regarding the Saifun Products. Such non-suit covenant will equally apply to other third party companies for the use, importation, sale, disposition or other utilization permissible under this Agreement with regards with the Saifun Products. The covenant in accordance with this provision will be automatically revoked if and when Macronix and such a third party is involved in mutual litigation initiated by such a third party. In other cases where Macronix believes that the covenant presents a significant commercial threat to Macronix against a harmful competitor the Parties will discuss potential courses of action and conduct good faith negotiations.
The Covenant. A. Party of the second part—Israel (Deut. 29:10–12). The entire population of Israel is included in this covenant, including the women, child r e n and the temporary resisdents.
The Covenant. Not-to-Compete shall not (i) apply in the State of Wisconsin, (ii) apply to any direct or indirect subsidiary of a Seller which is not wholly-owned or (iii) prevent a Seller from:
The Covenant. 2.1 Subject to clause 3 the Covenantors hereby severally (limited to the due proportions received by the individual Covenantor in respect of the sale of the Shares to the Purchaser) agree with the Purchaser to pay to the Purchaser an amount equal to:-
The Covenant. (c) The Employment Agreements or, as applicable, assumptions of assigned Employment Agreements.
The Covenant. (g) An opinion of Seller's corporate and FCC Counsel, dated the Closing Date, substantially in the form set forth in Exhibit B, subject to customary qualifications and to be for the benefit of and to be relied upon by Buyer and the Senior Lenders.

Related to The Covenant

  • Compliance Covenant The Company will not become a party to any Common Stock Change Event unless its terms are consistent with this Section 5.09.

  • Negative Covenant Except as otherwise expressly permitted by this Agreement, between the date of this Agreement and the Closing Date, Sellers will not, and will cause the Company not to, without the prior consent of Buyer, take any affirmative action, or fail to take any reasonable action within their or its control, as a result of which any of the changes or events listed in Section 3.16 is likely to occur.

  • Non-Compete Covenant The Employee hereby agrees that he shall not, during the term of this Agreement and for a period of twelve (12) months thereafter, directly or indirectly engage in any business (whether as owner, manager, operator, lender, partner, stockholder, licensor, licensee, joint venturer, employee, consultant or otherwise) in which the Company or any of its subsidiaries, as of the termination date is engaged as a significant portion of its business (it is hereby agreed that (i) any business that constitutes at least twenty (20%) percent of the Company’s prior fiscal year’s revenues and (ii) the Company’s Power Conversion and Communications Products business areas shall automatically be deemed “significant” hereunder) in any geographical area in which the Company or any of its subsidiaries then is so engaged. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Employee shall be permitted to own (as a passive investment) not more than two (2%) percent of the economic interests of a person or entity; provided, however, that said two (2%) percent limitation shall apply to the aggregate holdings of the Employee and those of all other persons and entities with whom the Employee has agreed to act for the purpose of acquiring, holding, voting or disposing of such securities, except pursuant to a bona fide operating agreement in respect of such person or entity, such as a stockholders’ agreement or partnership agreement. In the event of a termination of the Employee’s employment within twelve (12) months after a “Change of Control,” the non-compete covenant contained in this paragraph shall not apply to the Employee following such termination.

  • Separate Covenants This Agreement shall be deemed to consist of a series of separate covenants. Should a determination be made by a court of competent jurisdiction that the character, duration, or geographical scope of any provision of this Agreement is unreasonable in light of the circumstances as they then exist, then it is the intention and the agreement of the Company and the Employee that this Agreement shall be construed by the court in such a manner as to impose only those restrictions on the conduct of the Employee which are reasonable in light of the circumstances as they then exist and as are necessary to assure the Company of the intended benefit of this Agreement. If, in any judicial proceedings, a court shall refuse to enforce all of the separate covenants deemed included herein because, taken together, they are more extensive than necessary to assure the Company of the intended benefit of this Agreement, then it is expressly understood and agreed by the Company and the Employee that those of such covenants which, if eliminated, would permit the remaining separate covenants to be enforced in such proceeding, shall, for the purpose of such proceeding, be deemed eliminated from the provisions hereof. In the event of a violation by the Employee, the term of each such covenant so violated shall be automatically extended for a period equal to the period of time during which the Employee continues to be in violation of such covenant.

  • Non-Compete Covenants If Employee terminates his employment without cause, or if Employee's employment is terminated by Bank for cause, then for one year from the date of such termination Employee will not, without the prior written consent of Bank:

  • Restrictive Covenant (a) The Executive hereby acknowledges and recognizes that, during the Employment Period, the Executive will be privy to trade secrets and confidential proprietary information critical to the Company's business and the Executive further acknowledges and recognizes that the Company would find it extremely difficult or impossible to replace the Executive and, accordingly, the Executive agrees that, in consideration of the benefits to be received by the Executive hereunder, the Executive will not, from and after the date hereof until the first anniversary of the termination of the Employment Period (or six months after the termination of the Employment Period if such termination is as a result of a termination for Good Reason following a Change in Control), (i) directly or indirectly engage in the development, production, marketing or sale of products that compete (or, upon commercialization, would compete) with products of the Company or any subsidiary being developed (so long as such development has not been abandoned), marketed or sold at the time of the Executive's termination (such business or activity being hereinafter called a "Competing Business") whether such engagement shall be as an officer, director, owner, employee, partner, affiliate or other participant in any Competing Business, (ii) assist others in engaging in any Competing Business in the manner described in the foregoing clause (i), or (iii) induce other employees of the Company or any subsidiary thereof to terminate their employment with the Company or any subsidiary thereof or engage in any Competing Business. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the term "Competing Business" shall not include any business or activity that was not conducted by the Company or an subsidiary prior to the effective date of a Change in Control.

  • Executive Covenants This is an Exhibit A to, and forms a part of, an agreement with the Company relating to employment and post-employment competition (the "Presidents' Council Agreement"). This Exhibit shall not diminish in any way Executive's rights under the terms of such Presidents' Council Agreement, except that Executive's receipt of benefits under this Exhibit is contingent upon Executive's compliance in all material respects with all of the terms and conditions of the Presidents' Council Agreement.

  • Covenant The Transfer Agent and the Customer agree that they will not, at any time during the term of this Agreement or after its termination, reveal, divulge, or make known to any person, firm, corporation or other business organization, any customers' lists, trade secrets, cost figures and projections, profit figures and projections, or any other secret or confidential information whatsoever, whether of the Transfer Agent or of the Customer, used or gained by the Transfer Agent or the Customer during performance under this Agreement. The Customer and the Transfer Agent further covenant and agree to retain all such knowledge and information acquired during and after the term of this Agreement respecting such lists, trade secrets, or any secret or confidential information whatsoever in trust for the sole benefit of the Transfer Agent or the Customer and their successors and assigns. The above prohibition of disclosure shall not apply to the extent that the Transfer Agent must disclose such data to its sub-contractor or agent for purposes of providing services under this Agreement.

  • NEGATIVE COVENANTS Until the Commitments have expired or terminated and the principal of and interest on each Loan and all fees payable hereunder have been paid in full and all Letters of Credit have expired or terminated and all LC Disbursements shall have been reimbursed, the Borrower covenants and agrees with the Lenders that:

  • Nondisclosure Covenant The parties acknowledge that Employer and its affiliates are enterprises whose success is attributable largely to the ownership, use and development of certain valuable confidential and proprietary information (the “Proprietary Information”), and that Employee’s employment with Employer will involve access to and work with such information. Employee acknowledges that his relationship with Employer is a confidential relationship, and agrees that (i) he shall keep and maintain the Proprietary Information in strictest confidence, and (ii) he shall not, either directly or indirectly, use any Proprietary Information for his own benefit, or divulge, disclose or communicate any Proprietary Information in any manner whatsoever to any person or Entity other than to employees or agents of Employer having a need to know such Proprietary Information to perform their responsibilities on behalf of Employer, and to other persons or Entities in the normal course of Employer’s business. This nondisclosure obligation shall apply to all Proprietary Information, whether or not Employee participated in the development thereof. Upon termination of his employment with Employer for any reason, Employee will return to Employer all Proprietary Information in any medium and all other documents, data, materials or property of Employer (including any copies thereof) in his possession. For purposes of this Agreement, the term “Proprietary Information” shall include any and all proprietary information related to the business of Employer and its affiliates and stockholders, or to any of their products, services, sales or operations, which is not generally known to the public, specifically including (but without limitation): trade secrets, processes, formulae, compounds and properties thereof, data, files, research results, computer programs and related source codes and object codes, improvements, inventions, techniques, marketing plans, strategies, forecasts, copyrightable material, suppliers, methods and manner of operations; information relating to the identity, needs and location of all past, present and prospective customers; and information with respect to the internal affairs of Employer and its affiliates. Such Proprietary Information may or may not contain legends or other written notice that it is of a confidential or proprietary nature. The parties stipulate that, as between them, the above-described matters are important and confidential and gravely affect the successful conduct of the business of Employer and its affiliates and that any breach of the terms of this Section 5(b) shall be a material breach of this Agreement.