Constating Documents definition

Constating Documents means, with respect to any Person, its articles and/or certificate of incorporation, amendment, amalgamation or continuance, memorandum of association, charter, by-laws, declaration of trust and other constating documents (in the case of a trust), partnership agreement, limited liability company agreement or other similar document, and all unanimous shareholder agreements, other shareholder agreements, voting trust agreements and similar arrangements applicable to the Person’s Equity Interests, all as in effect from time to time.
Constating Documents means articles of incorporation, amalgamation, or continuation, as applicable, by-laws and all amendments to such articles or by-laws.
Constating Documents means the certificate and articles of incorporation (as amended), statute, constitution, joint venture or partnership agreement, articles, notice of articles, bylaws or other constituting document of any Person other than an individual, each as from time to time amended or modified.

Examples of Constating Documents in a sentence

  • Neither its Constating Documents nor any joint venture or similar document or agreement to which it is a party restricts the power of its directors to borrow money, give financial assistance by way of loan, guarantee or otherwise, or create any Lien on any or all of its present and future Property that is required to be created under the terms of any Loan Document to secure the Obligations.

  • The Guarantees shall be in form and substance satisfactory to the Lenders and must be unlimited except for limits imposed under Applicable Law or the Constating Documents of the respective Obligors.

  • Neither the Borrower nor the other Restricted Parties shall amend, nor permit any of its Subsidiaries to amend, its Constating Documents in a manner that would be prejudicial to the interests of the Agent or any of the Lenders under the Loan Documents or which could reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect.

  • The Company has the requisite corporate power and authority to enter into this Agreement and, subject to obtaining the Required Shareholder Approval in the manner required by the Interim Order, the Constating Documents and Law and approval of the Court, to perform its obligations under this Agreement.

  • The Borrower shall use commercially reasonable efforts to amend or remove any limitation on or prohibition of guarantees in the Constating Documents of the Borrower or the Material Subsidiaries, except that the Borrower need not request the consent of any Arm's Length third party other than by seeking a Permit that is normally available without material expense.


More Definitions of Constating Documents

Constating Documents means the charter, the memorandum, the articles of association, the articles of incorporation, the articles of continuance, the articles of amalgamation, the by-laws of any other instrument pursuant to which an entity is created, incorporated, continued, amalgamated or otherwise established, as the case may be, and/or which governs in whole or in part such entity's affairs, together with any amendments thereto;
Constating Documents means, in respect of a body corporate, the articles and the by-laws, or other charter documents, together with any amendments thereto or replacements thereof;
Constating Documents means as to each of the Parties, its certificate of incorporation, notice of articles and articles as in effect as of the date of this Agreement;
Constating Documents means (i) with respect to a corporation, its articles of incorporation, amalgamation or continuance or other similar documents and its by-laws and (ii) with respect to any other Person which is an artificial body, the organization and governance documents of such Person in each case as amended and supplemented from time to time.
Constating Documents means the articles and by-laws of the Corporation, as such may be constituted from time to time.
Constating Documents means, with respect to any Person, its articles and/or certificate of incorporation, amendment, amalgamation or continuance, memorandum of association, charter, by-laws, declaration of trust and other constating documents (in the case of a trust), partnership agreement, limited liability company agreement or other similar document, and all unanimous shareholder agreements, other shareholder agreements, voting trust agreements and similar arrangements applicable to the Person's Equity Interests, all as in effect from time to time.