Capital Contribution definition

Capital Contribution means any cash, cash equivalents or the Net Agreed Value of Contributed Property that a Partner contributes to the Partnership.
Capital Contribution means, with respect to any Partner, the aggregate amount of money contributed to the Partnership and the Carrying Value of any property (other than money), net of any liabilities assumed by the Partnership upon contribution or to which such property is subject, contributed to the Partnership pursuant to Article V.
Capital Contribution means any contribution to the capital of the Company in cash or property by a Member whenever made.

Examples of Capital Contribution in a sentence

  • No Member shall be entitled to interest on his or its Capital Contribution to the Fund, nor shall any Member be entitled to the return of any capital of the Fund except (i) upon the repurchase by the Fund of a part or all of such Member’s Interest pursuant to Section 4.4 hereof or Section 4.5 hereof, or (ii) upon the liquidation of the Fund’s assets pursuant to Section 6.2 hereof.

  • The initial Capital Contribution to the Fund by an affiliate of the Organizational Member was represented by an Interest.

  • Upon the admission to the Fund of an additional Member pursuant to Section 2.7, the Organizational Member became entitled to the return of all or a portion of its Capital Contribution, if any, without interest or deduction, and to withdraw from the Fund.

  • The books and records of the Fund shall be revised to reflect the name and Capital Contribution of each Member that is admitted to the Fund.

  • The amount of the initial contribution of each Member shall be recorded on the books and records of the Fund upon acceptance as a Capital Contribution.


More Definitions of Capital Contribution

Capital Contribution means, with respect to each Member, the amount of cash or the Fair Value of any property contributed or deemed to be contributed by such Member, if any, to the capital of the Company from time to time pursuant to Section 3.1.
Capital Contribution means, with respect to any Member, the amount of money and the net fair market value of property (other than money) contributed to the Company by such Member.
Capital Contribution means, with respect to any Member, the amount of cash and the initial Gross Asset Value of any property (other than cash) contributed to the Company by such Member. Any reference to the Capital Contribution of a Member will include any Capital Contributions made by a predecessor holder of such Member’s Units to the extent that such Capital Contribution was made in respect of Units Transferred to such Member.
Capital Contribution means with respect to any Member, the amount of cash and the initial gross fair market value (as determined by the Manager in its good faith discretion) of any other property contributed or deemed contributed to the capital of the Company by or on behalf of such Member, reduced by the amount of any liability assumed by the Company relating to such property and any liability to which such property is subject.
Capital Contribution means, with respect to any Member, the aggregate amount of money and the initial Asset Value of property (other than money) in such form as may be permitted by the Act that the Member contributes (or is treated as contributing) to the Company.
Capital Contribution means the total value of cash and the agreed fair market value of other property (net of liabilities secured by such contributed property that the Company is considered to assume or take subject to pursuant to Code Section 752) contributed by the Member to the Company pursuant to this Agreement.
Capital Contribution means the amount in cash contributed and the Agreed Value of other property contributed by each Member (or its predecessors in interest) to the capital of the Company for such Member's Membership Interest.