The Letter Agreement Sample Clauses

The Letter Agreement. The Letter Agreement has been duly authorized, executed and delivered by the Company and IBIS Sponsor II EdtechX LLC, and is a valid and binding agreement of the Company and IBIS Sponsor II EdtechX LLC, enforceable against the Company and IBIS Sponsor II EdtechX LLC in accordance with its terms, except as the enforceability thereof may be limited by bankruptcy, insolvency, or similar laws affecting creditorsrights generally from time to time in effect and by equitable principles of general applicability.
The Letter Agreement. In rendering this opinion we have examined, in addition to the Loan Documents (i) certified copies of the applicable organizational documents and resolutions of each Borrower (ii) certificates of good standing for each Borrower issued by the jurisdiction of its incorporation or formation, and (iii) such other documents and records pertaining to each Borrower as in our judgment are necessary or appropriate to enable us to render the opinions expressed below. For purposes of this opinion, we have assumed that:
The Letter Agreement. Either (i) any provision of the Letter Agreement, at any time after its execution and delivery and for any reason other than as expressly permitted thereunder, ceases to be in full force and effect; (ii) the Parent, any Loan Party or any other Person contests in any manner the validity or enforceability of any provision of the Letter Agreement; (iii) the Parent or any Loan Party denies that it has any or further liability or obligation under the Letter Agreement, or purports to revoke, terminate or rescind any provision of the Letter Agreement; or (iv) any of the Parent, the Company or Newco is in default under, or otherwise breaches its obligations under, the Letter Agreement.

Related to The Letter Agreement

  • Letter Agreement The Letter Agreement executed by the Company, the Sponsor and each executive officer, director and director nominee of the Company, has been duly authorized, executed and delivered by the Company, the Sponsor and, to the Company’s knowledge, each such executive officer, director and director nominee, respectively, and is a valid and binding agreement of the Company, the Sponsor and, to the Company’s knowledge, each such executive officer, director and director nominee, respectively, enforceable against the Company, the Sponsor and, to the Company’s knowledge, each such executive officer, director and director nominee, respectively, in accordance with its terms except as the enforceability thereof may be limited by bankruptcy, insolvency, or similar laws affecting creditors’ rights generally from time to time in effect and by equitable principles of general applicability.

  • Letter Agreements The Company shall not take any action or omit to take any action which would cause a breach of any of the Letter Agreements executed and will not allow any amendments to, or waivers of, such Letter Agreements without the prior written consent of the Representative.

  • Consulting Agreement THIS CONSULTING AGREEMENT entered into as of this 26th day of January, 2004 between DIAMOND DISCOVERIES INTERNATIONAL CORP., a Delaware corporation (the "Company") and Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx ("Consultant").

  • Transition Agreement The Parties will enter into a written agreement (the “Transition Agreement”) that would effectuate the terms and conditions of this Section 3.3(g) and would include other reasonable terms and conditions, including terms allocating costs and expenses, describing the Parties’ indemnification obligations, setting forth the Parties’ obligations with respect to unauthorized sales, and setting forth other coordination obligations. If, despite such efforts, the Parties are unable to agree upon such terms and conditions within [***] from the effective date of the opt-out, either Party may refer the dispute for resolution by arbitration in accordance with Section 17.1, and the arbitrator has the authority to require the Parties to execute a Transition Agreement in the form approved by the arbitrator.

  • Termination Agreement 8.01 Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, WESTERN, at its sole option, may terminate either a Purchase Order or this Agreement at any time by giving fourteen (14) days written notice to CONSULTANT, whether or not a Purchase Order has been issued to CONSULTANT.

  • Cooperation Agreement Xxxxxx and Meggitt have entered into a cooperation agreement dated 2 August 2021, (the Cooperation Agreement) pursuant to which, among other things: • Xxxxxx has agreed to take or cause to be taken all necessary steps in order to secure the regulatory clearances and authorisations necessary to satisfy Conditions 3 to 20 (inclusive) of Part A of Appendix 1 to this announcement, in sufficient time to enable the Effective Date to occur prior to the Long-Stop Date; and • Xxxxxx and Meggitt have each agreed to certain undertakings to co-operate and provide each other with reasonable information, assistance and access in relation to the filings, submissions and notifications to be made in relation to such regulatory clearances and authorisations. Under the terms of the Cooperation Agreement, Xxxxxx has agreed with Meggitt that it will offer a number of legally binding commitments to HM Government, as further described at paragraph 9 above. The Cooperation Agreement records the parties’ intentions to implement the Acquisition by way of Scheme, subject to the ability of Xxxxxx to implement the Acquisition by way of a Takeover Offer in certain circumstances set out in the Cooperation Agreement and with the consent of the Panel. The Cooperation Agreement will be capable of termination by either party in certain circumstances, including if the Scheme does not become Effective by the Long-Stop Date, a competing transaction completes, becomes effective or is declared or becomes unconditional in all respects, any Condition has been invoked by Xxxxxx (in circumstances where invocation of the relevant Condition is permitted by the Panel) prior to the Long-Stop Date or if the Acquisition is withdrawn or lapses in accordance with its terms prior to the Long-Stop Date. In addition, Xxxxxx may terminate the Cooperation Agreement on written notice to Meggitt where the Meggitt directors have publicly withdrawn, adversely qualified, adversely modified or failed to reaffirm or re-issue (when reasonably requested by Xxxxxx to do so) their unanimous and unconditional recommendation that Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxxxx vote in favour of the Scheme or a competing transaction is either recommended by the directors of Meggitt or completes, becomes effective or is declared or becomes unconditional in all respects. Pursuant to the terms of the Cooperation Agreement, Xxxxxx has undertaken that it will deliver a notice in writing to Meggitt on the business day prior to the Scheme Court Hearing confirming either: (i) the satisfaction or waiver of all conditions (other than Condition 2); or (ii) if permitted by the Panel, that it intends to invoke one or more Conditions. The Cooperation Agreement also contains provisions that will apply in respect of the Meggitt Share Schemes and certain other employee incentive arrangements. Clean Team Agreement Xxxxxx and Meggitt have entered into a due diligence clean team agreement dated 7 July 2021 (the Clean Team Agreement), which sets out how any confidential information that is commercially sensitive can be disclosed, used or shared for the purposes of due diligence, synergies evaluation, integration planning and regulatory clearance. Such commercially sensitive information must only be made available to the party receiving information through designated persons removed from day-to-day commercial or strategic operations and decisions and external professional advisers. The findings of such designated persons and external advisers may only be relayed to other employees, officers and directors of the receiving party in specified circumstances and subject to certain restrictions.

  • Letter Agreement No 6-1162-SSM-2431 (other than Sections 9 and 9 thereof)(Note: the second reference to Section 9 in the preceding parenthetical is in reference to the confidentiality provisions of such letter agreement, which was inadvertently designated as Section 9 thereof.)

  • Consulting Agreements The rights of the University under this policy, and the interests of sponsors under research grants or contracts, may not be abrogated or limited by consulting agreements or other contracts entered into between University students or employees and outside organizations or employers. University students and employees should inform outside employers of their obligations and commitments to the University under this policy. Such students and employees should ascertain that patent clauses in their agreements are not in conflict with their obligations to the University or this Policy statement. Each student and employee should make his/her obligations to the University clear to those with whom such agreements may be made, and should ensure that they are provided with a current statement of University policy. Upon request, the University will provide a standard clause which may be inserted in a student's or employee's consulting agreement. This clause will put third parties on notice as to the University's rights under this policy with respect to inventions and discoveries. In cases of conflict of interest, the University reserves the ultimate right to determine the final disposition of the rights and interests involved. Adopted, as amended, by the Trustees of Boston University, November 12, 1991.

  • Retention Agreements The parties agree and acknowledge that the obligations due to each of Xxxx Xxxxxx, Xxx Xxxx, Xxxx Xxxxx, Xxx Xxxxx and Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxxx pursuant to the Retention Agreements shall not be due and payable until such amounts are due under such Retention Agreements and that, notwithstanding the foregoing, such amounts shall be deducted from the Aggregate Merger Consideration at the Closing as Company Transaction Expenses and paid by the Surviving Corporation when due under the Retention Agreements. Parent agrees to cause the Surviving Corporation to transmit any amounts deducted from the Effective Date Aggregate Merger Consideration with respect to the Retention Agreements that, after the Closing, no longer will become due or payable in accordance with the terms of the Retention Agreements as determined in good faith by the Surviving Corporation, plus an amount equal to three and 15/100 percent (3.15%) interest compounding annually on the obligations due pursuant to the Retention Agreements (collectively, the “Unused Retention Amount”) to the Stockholders’ Representative for distribution to the Stockholders.

  • Letter Agreements; Schedules The General Partner may, or may cause the Partnership to, without the approval of any Limited Partner or other Person, enter into separate letter agreements with individual Limited Partners with respect to any matter, in each case on terms and conditions not inconsistent with this Agreement, which have the effect of establishing rights under, or supplementing the terms of, this Agreement. The General Partner may from time to time execute and deliver to the Limited Partners schedules which set forth information contained in the books and records of the Partnership and any other matters deemed appropriate by the General Partner. Such schedules shall be for information purposes only and shall not be deemed to be part of this Agreement for any purpose whatsoever.