Equitable Defense definition

Equitable Defense means any bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization or other laws affecting creditors’ rights generally, and with regard to equitable remedies, the discretion of the court before which proceedings to obtain equitable remedies may be pending.
Equitable Defense means any Bankruptcy or other laws affecting creditors’ rights generally, and with regard to equitable remedies, the discretion of the court before which proceedings to obtain same may be pending.
Equitable Defense and “Equitable Defenses” shall mean (whether applied in a proceeding at law or in equity) any bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization, moratorium, or similar law(s) affecting enforcement of creditors’ rights generally or general principles of equity.

Examples of Equitable Defense in a sentence

  • This Agreement has been duly authorized, executed, and delivered by the Buyer and, assuming due execution and delivery by, and enforceability against, the Seller, constitutes the legal, valid, and binding obligation of the Buyer enforceable against the Buyer in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement, except as such enforcement may be limited by any Equitable Defense.

  • This Agreement has been duly authorized, executed, and delivered by the Seller and, assuming due execution and delivery by, and enforceability against, the Buyer, constitutes the legal, valid, and binding obligation of the Seller enforceable against the Seller in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement, except as such enforcement may be limited by any Equitable Defense.


More Definitions of Equitable Defense

Equitable Defense means any bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization and other laws affecting creditors’ rights generally, and with regard to equitable remedies, the discretion of the court before which proceedings to obtain same may be pending. The contents of this document are subject to restrictions on disclosure as set forth herein. Exhibit A Definitions Southern California Edison QFID# 1212 Chateau Energy

Related to Equitable Defense

  • Threatened litigation as used herein shall include governmental investigations and civil investigative demands. “Litigation” as used herein shall include administrative enforcement actions brought by governmental agencies. The Contractor must also disclose any material litigation threatened or pending involving Subcontractors, consultants, and/or lobbyists. For purposes of this section, “material” refers, but is not limited, to any action or pending action that a reasonable person knowledgeable in the applicable industry would consider relevant to the Work under the Contract or any development such a person would want to be aware of in order to stay fully apprised of the total mix of information relevant to the Work, together with any litigation threatened or pending that may result in a substantial change in the Contractor’s financial condition.

  • Third Party Claim has the meaning set forth in Section 8.3.

  • Fraud Claim means any claim based in whole or in part upon fraud, willful misconduct or intentional misrepresentation.

  • Litigation means any action, suit or proceeding before any court, mediator, arbitrator or Governmental Authority.