Winding Up Sample Clauses

Winding Up. A. Upon the occurrence of a Liquidating Event, the Partnership shall continue solely for the purposes of winding up its affairs in an orderly manner, liquidating its assets and satisfying the claims of its creditors and the Holders. After the occurrence of a Liquidating Event, no Holder shall take any action that is inconsistent with, or not necessary to or appropriate for, the winding up of the Partnership’s business and affairs. The General Partner (or, in the event that there is no remaining General Partner or the General Partner has dissolved, become bankrupt within the meaning of the Act or ceased to operate, any Person elected by a Majority in Interest of the Partners (the General Partner or such other Person being referred to herein as the “Liquidator”)) shall be responsible for overseeing the winding up and dissolution of the Partnership and shall take full account of the Partnership’s liabilities and property, and the Partnership property shall be liquidated as promptly as is consistent with obtaining the fair value thereof, and the proceeds therefrom (which may, to the extent determined by the General Partner, include shares of stock in the General Partner) shall be applied and distributed in the following order:
Winding Up. Upon dissolution of the Company, the Company shall continue solely for the purposes of winding up its business and affairs as soon as reasonably practicable. Promptly after the dissolution of the Company, the Manager shall immediately commence to wind up the affairs of the Company in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement and the Act. In winding up the business and affairs of the Company, the Manager may, to the fullest extent permitted by law, take any and all actions that it determines in its sole discretion to be in the best interests of the Members, including, but not limited to, any actions relating to (i) causing written notice by registered or certified mail of the Company’s intention to dissolve to be mailed to each known creditor of and claimant against the Company, (ii) the payment, settlement or compromise of existing claims against the Company, (iii) the making of reasonable provisions for payment of contingent claims against the Company and (iv) the sale or disposition of the properties and assets of the Company. It is expressly understood and agreed that a reasonable time shall be allowed for the orderly liquidation of the assets of the Company and the satisfaction of claims against the Company so as to enable the Manager to minimize the losses that may result from a liquidation.
Winding Up. Upon dissolution, the Company shall continue solely for the purposes of winding up its affairs in an orderly manner, liquidating its assets and satisfying the claims of its creditors and the Sole Member. The Managers shall not take any action that is inconsistent with, or not necessary to or appropriate for, the winding up of the Company’s business and affairs. The Company’s assets shall be liquidated as promptly as is consistent with obtaining the fair value thereof, and the proceeds therefrom, to the extent sufficient therefor, shall be applied and distributed in the following order and priority:
Winding Up. Upon the occurrence of a Dissolution Event, the Company shall continue solely for the purposes of winding up its affairs in an orderly manner, liquidating its assets and satisfying the claims of its creditors and Members; and no Member shall take any action that is inconsistent with, or not necessary to or appropriate for, winding up of the Company’s business and affairs. Notwithstanding any provision in this Agreement to the contrary, the Members acknowledge and agree that all covenants and obligations set forth this Agreement shall continue to be fully binding upon the Members until such time as the Property has been distributed pursuant to this Section 10.2 and Articles of Dissolution have been filed pursuant to the Act. The Liquidator shall be responsible for overseeing the prompt and orderly winding up and dissolution of the Company. The Liquidator shall take full account of the Company’s liabilities and Property and shall cause the Property or the proceeds from the sale thereof (as determined pursuant to Section 10.8 of this Agreement), to the extent sufficient therefor, to be applied and distributed, to the maximum extent permitted by law, in the following order: (i) first, to creditors (including Members and Directors who are creditors, to the extent otherwise permitted by law) in satisfaction of all of the Company’s Debts and other liabilities (whether by payment or the making of reasonable provision for payment thereof), other than liabilities for which reasonable provision for payment has been made; and (ii) second, except as provided in this Agreement, to Members in satisfaction of liabilities for distributions pursuant to the Act; (iii) third, the balance, if any, to the Unit Holders in accordance with the positive balance in their Capital Accounts calculated after making the required adjustment set forth in clause (ii)(C) of the definition of Gross Asset Value in Section 1.10 of this Agreement, after giving effect to all contributions, distributions and allocations for all periods.
Winding Up. Any provision of this Agreement that expressly or by implication comes into or remains in force following the termination of this Agreement shall survive such termination. The surviving provisions shall include, but shall not be limited to: (i) those provisions necessary to permit the orderly conclusion, or continuation pursuant to another agreement, of transactions entered into prior to the termination of this Agreement, (ii) those provisions necessary to conduct final billing, collection, and accounting with respect to all matters arising hereunder, and (iii) the indemnification and limitation of liability provisions as applicable to periods prior to such termination. The ISO and the terminating NTO shall have an obligation to make a good faith effort to agree upon a mutually satisfactory termination plan. Such plan shall have among its objectives an orderly termination. The plan shall address, to the extent necessary, the allocation of any costs directly related to the termination by the NTO.
Winding Up. (a) (i) Upon the occurrence of a Liquidating Event, the Partnership shall continue solely for the purposes of winding up its affairs in an orderly manner, liquidating its assets, and satisfying the claims of its creditors and Partners.
Winding Up. If the Company is dissolved pursuant to Section 9.1, the Company’s affairs shall be wound up as soon as reasonably practicable as determined by the Member. During the period of the winding up of the affairs of the Company, the rights and obligations of the Member under this Agreement shall continue.
Winding Up. Upon dissolution, the Members shall proceed to wind up and liquidate the business and affairs of the Company, and the Company may only carry on business that is appropriate to wind up and liquidate the business and affairs of the Company, including the following: (a) collecting the Company’s assets, (b) disposing of properties that will not be distributed in kind to Members, (c) discharging or making provision for discharging liabilities, (d) distributing the remaining property among the Members, and (e) doing every other Law necessary to wind up and liquidate the business and affairs of the Company. The Members shall follow the procedure for disposing of known claims set forth in the Law and shall publish notice of the dissolution of the Company pursuant to the Law.
Winding Up any corporate action, legal proceedings or other procedure or step is taken for the purpose of winding up any Relevant Party or an order is made or resolution passed for the winding up of any Relevant Party or a notice is issued convening a meeting for the purpose of passing any such resolution; or