Examples of In the Ordinary Course of Business in a sentence
In addition to the foregoing: • In the Ordinary Course of Business, the Loan Party or any of the Loan Parties Subsidiaries’ sales representatives hold Trunk Inventory in their possession for sales calls and procedures, which Trunk Inventory is not held at a specific location or locations.
In the Ordinary Course of Business, Hercules makes deposits as set forth in the Supplier Contracts and Leases.
In the Ordinary Course of Business, the Seller permits Homeowners to enter and leave the Rental Home Operations program and takes no affirmative actions to enforce such Rental Home Agreements.
Authorizing the Banks to Continue to Maintain, Service, and Administer the Bank Accounts In the Ordinary Course of Business Is Also Appropriate and Warranted.
In the Ordinary Course of Business" means all such acts and transactions undertaken by the Company, including, but not limited to sale or purchase of goods, property or services, leases, transfers, providing of gurantees or collaterals, in the normal routine in managing trade or business and is not standalone transaction.