Burdensome Condition definition

Burdensome Condition has the meaning set forth in Section 5.06(a).
Burdensome Condition shall have the meaning set forth in Section 8.2.
Burdensome Condition has the meaning set forth in Section 7.1(a).

Examples of Burdensome Condition in a sentence

  • All Regulatory Approvals required to consummate the Merger and the Bank Merger in the manner contemplated herein shall have been obtained and shall remain in full force and effect and all statutory waiting periods in respect thereof, if any, shall have expired or been terminated, and no such Regulatory Approval includes or contains, or shall have resulted in the imposition of, any Burdensome Condition.

  • None of the Regulatory Approvals necessary to consummate the Merger and the transactions contemplated by this Agreement shall include a Burdensome Condition.

  • As of the date of this Agreement, the Investor has no knowledge of any reason relating to the Investor or any of its Affiliates why the Required Approvals will not be obtained without the imposition of any Burdensome Condition.

  • None of such regulatory approvals shall impose any term, condition or restriction upon Buyer or any of its Subsidiaries that Buyer reasonably determines is a Burdensome Condition.

  • Since the date hereof, there shall not be imposed any Burdensome Condition.


More Definitions of Burdensome Condition

Burdensome Condition has the meaning set forth in Section 4.3(c).
Burdensome Condition has the meaning set forth in Section 9.1(a).
Burdensome Condition shall have the meaning given to such term in Section 6(c) hereof.
Burdensome Condition means, with respect to the Investor, (A) any restraint or condition imposed by or contained in any Required Approval that would reasonably be expected to impair in any material respect the benefits to the Investor of the Investment or (B) any modification of governance arrangements of the Investor or its Affiliates required with respect to any Required Approval, or any capital or other support requirements imposed on the Investor or its Affiliates by any Required Approval, in each case except for standard passivity and anti-association commitments to the Federal Reserve
Burdensome Condition means any conditions imposed by, commitment or undertaking made to, or any Order of, any Governmental Body in connection with or related to the Control Permit or the transactions contemplated by this Agreement, that (i) individually or in the aggregate, has, or would reasonably be expected to have, a material and adverse effect on either Purchaser, after giving effect to the transactions contemplated by this Agreement, (ii) would impose, grant or otherwise require that either Sponsor, with respect to the investment contemplated by this Agreement, exercises or possesses any rights or powers to direct or influence (or other means of control) that are, individually or in the aggregate, greater than, or otherwise disproportionate to, such Sponsor’s Pro Rata Share, or (iii) would bind or impose any obligation on any of the SCP Entities or the Local Sponsor and its Affiliates (other than the Purchasers) or their respective businesses (other than solely with respect to their operation and business in the State of Israel); provided that conditions that are expressly included in the Current Control Permit, the Communication Law and the Communication Order, in each case, as each of them is in effect as of the date of this Agreement (expressly disregarding any subsequent amendments, supplements, changes or other modifications, however effected or enacted), shall not be deemed Burdensome Conditions.
Burdensome Condition means, in connection with the grant of a requisite regulatory approval or otherwise, imposition by a governmental entity of any condition or restriction upon the party or one of its Subsidiaries (as defined herein) which would reasonably be expected to either (i) have a material adverse effect after the effective time of the Merger Agreement on the present or prospective consolidated financial condition, business or operating results of the party, or (ii) prevent the parties from realizing the major portion of the economic benefits of the transactions contemplated by the Merger Agreement that they currently anticipate obtaining.
Burdensome Condition has the meaning ascribed to it in Section 7.2(c).