Examples of Designated Sale Date in a sentence
Notwithstanding the foregoing, BNPLC's right to cure as provided in this Paragraph 19 will not in any event extend the time within which BNPLC must remove Liens Removable by BNPLC as required by Paragraph 20 beyond the Designated Sale Date.
Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, nothing contained herein shall modify, limit or impair any of the rights and remedies of BNPLC under the Purchase Documents, and BNPLC shall not be required to give the sixty day notice described in subparagraph 18.(b) as a condition precedent to any acceleration of the Designated Sale Date or to taking any action to enforce the Purchase Documents.
Following the Designated Sale Date, upon satisfaction in full of all Secured Obligations and upon written request for the termination hereof delivered by NAI to Agent, (i) this Agreement and the pledge and security interest created hereby shall terminate and all rights to the Collateral shall revert to NAI and (ii) Agent will, upon NAI's request and at NAI's expense execute and deliver to NAI such documents as NAI shall reasonably request to evidence such termination and release.
Remarketing Right shall not have been terminated pursuant to subparagraph 4(D) below because of NAI's failure to make any Supplemental Payment required on the Designated Sale Date.
Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, nothing contained herein will modify, limit or impair any of the rights and remedies of BNPPLC under the Purchase Agreement, and BNPPLC will not be required to give the thirty day notice described in subparagraph 15(C) as a condition precedent to any acceleration of the Designated Sale Date or to taking any action to enforce the Purchase Agreement.
At any time more than thirty days after the Designated Sale Date, if the Property has not already been sold and conveyed by BNPPLC pursuant to Paragraph 2 or Paragraph 3, BNPPLC will have the right to sell the Property or offer the Property for sale to any third party on any terms believed to be appropriate by BNPPLC in its sole good faith business judgment.
To give BNPLC the opportunity before the Designated Sale Date to prepare the deed and other documents that BNPLC must tender pursuant to Paragraph 3 (collectively, the "SALE CLOSING DOCUMENTS"), NAI must, by a notice to BNPLC given at least seven days prior to the Designated Sale Date, specify irrevocably, unequivocally and with particularity the party who will purchase the Property in order to satisfy the obligations of NAI set forth in subparagraph 1(A).
Even after a failure to pay any required Supplemental Payment on the Designated Sale Date, NAI may tender (or cause an Applicable Purchaser to tender) to BNPPLC the full Make Whole Amount (including all amounts then due under the other Operative Documents) on any Business Day within thirty days after the Designated Sale Date.
If the Property is not sold to NAI or an Applicable Purchaser on the Designated Sale Date pursuant to this Agreement, NAI will have the right (“NAI’s Extended Remarketing Right”) during the Extended Remarketing Period to arrange a sale of the Property to an Applicable Purchaser, other than an Affiliate of NAI, for a price equal to or in excess of the Must Sell Price (a “Proposed Sale”).
Throughout the period from the Effective Date to the Designated Sale Date, the sum (without duplication of any item) of the unrestricted cash, unencumbered cash investments and unencumbered marketable securities classified as short term or long term investments according to GAAP of LRC and its Subsidiaries (determined on a consolidated basis) will be no less than $300,000,000.