Examples of Estimated Balance Sheet in a sentence
If the dispute is not resolved by the specified Closing Date, Purchaser shall pay an Estimated Purchase Price based upon the amount of any Deficiency or Surplus, as applicable, resulting from the calculation of Net Current Assets set forth in the Estimated Balance Sheet.
An estimate of the liabilities and obligations shall be prepared for purposes of Section 4.3 as of a date not more than 60 days prior to the Closing Date (the "Estimated Balance Sheet Date").
If the net investment shown on the Estimated Balance Sheet is at least $155 million, then there shall be no Estimated Balance Sheet Adjustment.
In parallel, Nile cooperation has led to more than US$1 billion in a first round of investments under the NBI, and an equal amount under other programs that have been enabled by the NBI.
If the net investment shown on the Estimated Balance Sheet is less than $155 million (the difference between the net investment and $155 million is hereinafter referred to as the "Estimated Shortfall"), then the Closing Cash Payment shall be reduced on a dollar-for-dollar basis by the amount of the Estimated Shortfall (such reduction being referred to as the "Estimated Balance Sheet Adjustment").