Constituent Documents definition

Constituent Documents means, with respect to any Person, collectively and, in each case, together with any modification of any term thereof, (a) the articles of incorporation, certificate of incorporation, constitution or certificate of formation of such Person, (b) the bylaws, operating agreement or joint venture agreement of such Person, (c) any other constitutive, organizational or governing document of such Person, whether or not equivalent, and (d) any other document setting forth the manner of election or duties of the directors, officers or managing members of such Person or the designation, amount or relative rights, limitations and preferences of any Stock of such Person.
Constituent Documents means, with respect to any Person, (a) the articles/certificate of incorporation (or the equivalent organizational documents) of such Person, (b) the by-laws (or the equivalent governing documents) of such Person and (c) any document setting forth the manner of election and duties of the directors or managing members of such Person (if any) and the designation, amount and/or relative rights, limitations and preferences of any class or series of such Person's Stock.

Examples of Constituent Documents in a sentence

  • In this regard, [PNGSDP] is obliged to conduct itself and to administer its resources in accordance with the Constituent Documents.

  • Notably, the Constituent Documents place a particular emphasis on strong governance mechanisms, accountability and transparency.

  • Except as otherwise expressly provided in the New Constituent Documents, the Reorganized Debtors shall not be obligated to register the New Equity Interests or Warrants under the Securities Act or to list the New Equity Interests or Warrants for public trading on any securities exchange.

  • The Reorganized Debtors shall execute, deliver, and file the New Constituent Documents without the need of any further corporate or equity holder action.


More Definitions of Constituent Documents

Constituent Documents means (a) in the case of a corporation, its articles or certificate of incorporation and bylaws; (b) in the case of a general partnership, its partnership agreement; (c) in the case of a limited partnership, its certificate of limited partnership or certificate of formation, as applicable, and partnership agreement; (d) in the case of a trust, its trust agreement; (e) in the case of a joint venture, its joint venture agreement; (f) in the case of a limited liability company, its articles of organization, operating agreement, regulations and/or other organizational and governance documents and agreements; and (g) in the case of any other entity, its organizational and governance documents and agreements.
Constituent Documents means with respect to any entity, its certificate or articles of association or incorporation, bylaws and any similar charter or other organizational documents of such entity.
Constituent Documents means, for any Person, its constituent or organizational documents, including: (a) in the case of any limited partnership, joint venture, trust or other form of business entity, the limited partnership agreement, joint venture agreement, articles of association or other applicable certificate or agreement of registration or formation and any agreement, instrument, filing or notice with respect thereto filed in connection with its formation with the secretary of state or other department in the state or jurisdiction of its formation; (b) in the case of any limited liability company, the certificate or articles of formation and operating agreement for such Person; (c) in the case of a corporation or exempted company, the certificate or articles of incorporation or association and the bylaws for such Person or its memorandum and articles of association; and (d) in the case of any trust, the trust deed, declaration of trust or equivalent establishing such trust, in each such case as it may be restated, modified, amended or supplemented from time to time.