Consummation definition

Consummation means the occurrence of the Effective Date.
Consummation means the occurrence of the Effective Date of the Plan.

Examples of Consummation in a sentence

  • Consummation of the Proposed Transaction would be contingent on receipt of any required regulatory or shareholder approvals and other customary conditions to closing.

  • See William Blumenthal, The Scope of Permissible Coordination Between Merging Entities Prior to Consummation, 63 ANTITRUST L.J. 1, 6–9 (1994) (discussing past views of agencies on sham negotiations); Morse, supra note 6, at 1479–80 (same).

  • In the event that certain deposits held in the Trust Account may not be liquidated by the Consummation Date without penalty, you will notify the Company in writing of the same and the Company shall direct you as to whether such funds should remain in the Trust Account and be distributed after the Consummation Date to the Company.

  • Substantial Consummation of the Plan shall be deemed to occur on the Effective Date.

  • Consummation of the proposed transaction(s) as outlined in this MoU is expressly subject to the parties reaching agreement on any necessary definitive agreements, to the approval of the Board of Directors [or equivalent] of each of the parties, and to any necessary governmental approvals.


More Definitions of Consummation

Consummation means the time a consumer becomes contractually obligated on a lease-purchase agreement.
Consummation means the time that a consumer becomes contractually obligated on a credit transaction.
Consummation or “Consummated” means the occurrence of the Effective Date.
Consummation means the time at which the lessee enters into a consumer rental purchase agreement.
Consummation has a meaning correlative to the foregoing.
Consummation means the time at which a consumer becomes contractually obligated under a rental-purchase agreement for personal property used primarily for personal, family or household purposes.
Consummation means “substantial consummation” as defined in section 1101(2) of the Bankruptcy Code.