Intentional Breach definition

Intentional Breach means, with respect to any representation, warranty, agreement or covenant, an action or omission taken or omitted to be taken that the breaching party intentionally takes (or intentionally fails to take) and knows (or reasonably should have known) would, or would reasonably be expected to, cause a material breach of such representation, warranty, agreement or covenant.
Intentional Breach means, with respect to any agreement or covenant of a party in this Agreement, an action or omission taken or omitted to be taken by such party in material breach of such agreement or covenant that the breaching party intentionally takes (or fails to take) with actual knowledge that such action or omission would, or would reasonably be expected to, cause such material breach of such agreement or covenant.
Intentional Breach means a material breach that is a consequence of an act undertaken by the breaching party with the knowledge (actual or constructive) that the taking of such act would, or would reasonably be expected to, cause a breach of this Agreement.

Examples of Intentional Breach in a sentence

  • Notwithstanding the immediately preceding sentence of this Section 9.03, termination of this Agreement pursuant to Section 9.02 shall not release any party hereto from any liability (x) pursuant to the Confidentiality Agreement or the sections specified in this Section 9.03 that survive such termination or (y) for any Intentional Breach by a party of its representations, warranties, covenants or agreements that occurred prior to such termination.


More Definitions of Intentional Breach

Intentional Breach means, with respect to any representation, warranty, covenant or agreement expressly contemplated by this Agreement, a material breach that is the result of an act undertaken or the failure to undertake an action that the breaching party intentionally takes (or intentionally fails to take) with the knowledge that the taking of or failure to take such act would, or would reasonably be expected to, cause a material breach of this Agreement.
Intentional Breach has the meaning set forth in Section 8.5(a).
Intentional Breach means, with respect to any agreement or covenant hereunder, an action or omission (including a failure to cure circumstances) taken or omitted to be taken after the date hereof that the breaching Person intentionally takes (or fails to take) and knows would, or would reasonably be expected to, cause a material breach of such agreement or covenant. For the avoidance of doubt, and without limiting the foregoing, any failure of Montage or Marigold to consummate the Closing when required by Section 1.1 shall be an Intentional Breach by such party of such party’s covenants hereunder.
Intentional Breach means any breach of this Agreement where the action or non-action constituting or giving rise to such breach was intentionally undertaken by the party taking such action, with actual knowledge that such action or non-action would or would reasonably be expected to constitute or give rise to a breach of this Agreement.
Intentional Breach means an act or omission taken with the knowledge that such action or omission constitutes, or would reasonably be expected to result in, a material breach of this Agreement.
Intentional Breach means (a) with respect to any breach of a representation or warranty contained in this Agreement, a material breach of such representation or warranty that has been made with the knowledge of the breaching party, (b) with respect to any breaches or failures to perform any of the covenants or other agreements contained in this Agreement, a material breach, or failure to perform, that is a consequence of an act or omission undertaken by the breaching party with the knowledge that the taking of, or failure to take, such act would, or would be reasonably expected to, cause a material breach of this Agreement and (c) the failure to effect the Closing when required pursuant to the terms of this Agreement.
Intentional Breach means a material breach that is a consequence of an act knowingly undertaken by the breaching party with the intent of causing a breach of this Agreement.