Governing Documents definition

Governing Documents means, with respect to any Person, the certificate or articles of incorporation, by-laws, or other organizational documents of such Person.
Governing Documents means, when used with respect to an entity, the documents governing the formation and operation of such entity, including (i) in the instance of a corporation, the articles or incorporation and bylaws of such corporation, (ii) in the instance of a partnership, the partnership agreement, and (iii) in the instance of a limited liability company, the certificate of formation and limited liability company agreement.
Governing Documents means the legal document(s) by which any Person (other than an individual) establishes its legal existence or which govern its internal affairs. For example, the “Governing Documents” of a corporation are its certificate of incorporation and by-laws, the “Governing Documents” of a limited partnership are its limited partnership agreement and certificate of limited partnership and the “Governing Documents” of a limited liability company are its operating agreement and certificate of formation.

Examples of Governing Documents in a sentence

  • The only vote of holders of any class of capital stock of the Company necessary to adopt this Agreement (under Applicable Law, the Company Governing Documents or otherwise) is adoption of this Agreement by the affirmative vote of the holders of not less than a majority of the outstanding shares of Company Common Stock (such vote, the “Stockholder Approval”).


More Definitions of Governing Documents

Governing Documents means the legal document(s) by which any Person (other than an individual) establishes its legal existence or which govern its internal affairs. For example, the “Governing Documents” of a corporation are its certificate or articles of incorporation and by-laws, the “Governing Documents” of a limited partnership are its limited partnership agreement and certificate of limited partnership and the “Governing Documents” of a limited liability company are its operating agreement and certificate of formation or articles of organization.
Governing Documents means the constitutional documents of an entity and, with respect to the Fund, the Fund’s prospectus and statement of additional information and all minutes of meetings of the board of directors or analogous governing body.
Governing Documents means, with respect to each of the Portfolios, (i) the declaration of trust or other constituting document of the Fund of which the Portfolio is a series or portfolio, (ii) the currently effective prospectus under the 1933 Act, (ii) the most recent statement of additional information, and (iii) a certified copy of the Board approving the engagement of the Custodian to act as custodian of the securities and other assets of its Portfolio(s).
Governing Documents means, with respect to any entity, its certificate of incorporation, certificate of formation or similar charter document and its bylaws, operating agreement or similar governing document.
Governing Documents means, (a) with respect to any corporation, the certificate or articles of incorporation and the bylaws (or equivalent or comparable constitutive documents with respect to any non-U.S. jurisdiction); (b) with respect to any limited liability company, the certificate or articles of formation or organization, and the operating agreement; (c) with respect to any partnership, joint venture, trust or other form of business entity, the partnership, joint venture, declaration or other applicable agreement or documentation evidencing or otherwise relating to its formation or organization, governance and capitalization; and (d) with respect to any of the entities described above, any other agreement, instrument, filing or notice with respect thereto filed in connection with its formation or organization with the applicable Governmental Authority in the jurisdiction of its formation or organization.
Governing Documents. (a) with respect to any corporation, the certificate or articles of incorporation and the bylaws (or equivalent or comparable constitutive documents with respect to any non-U.S. jurisdiction), (b) with respect to any limited liability company, the certificate or articles of formation or organization and operating agreement and (c) with respect to any partnership, joint venture, trust or other form of business entity, the partnership, joint venture or other applicable agreement of formation or organization and, if applicable, any agreement, instrument, filing or notice with respect thereto filed in connection with its formation or organization with the applicable Governmental Authority in the jurisdiction of its formation or organization and, if applicable, any certificate or articles of formation or organization of such entity.