Knowledge of definition

Knowledge of means, with respect to any person, the actual knowledge and constructive knowledge of such person.
Knowledge of or "best Knowledge of" a party hereto when modifying ------------ ----------------- any representation and warranty shall mean that such party has no actual knowledge that such representation and warranty is not true and correct to the extent provided therein and that (i) such party has made appropriate investigations and inquiries of its officers and responsible employees and (ii) nothing has come to its attention in the course of such investigation and inquiries which would cause such party, in the exercise of due care, to believe that such representation and warranty is not true and correct to the extent provided therein; provided that each of the parties hereto shall be deemed to -------- have satisfied the foregoing requirements by making appropriate investigations and inquiries of its officers and employees listed on Schedule 1.1(a), and no --------------- knowledge of any other director, officer or employee of such party shall be imputed to the persons listed on the Schedule or to such party.
Knowledge of a Person and similar phrases means the knowledge of the Person or its Directors or officers, or any of them, after reasonable inquiry

Examples of Knowledge of in a sentence

Certification Regarding Knowledge of Child Labor for Listed End Products (Executive Order 13126).

The Company shall not be liable under Commitment Condition 5(a) if the Proposed Insured requested the amendment or had Knowledge of the matter and did not notify the Company about it in writing.

The guidance may be based on: o Technical area expertise; o Knowledge of market applications; or o Linkages between the agreement work and other past, present, or future projects (both public and private sectors) that TAC members are aware of in a particular area.

Knowledge of Department agreements, standards, policies, and procedures.

The Company has no Knowledge of any activities or proceedings of any labor union to organize any Employees.

More Definitions of Knowledge of

Knowledge of. Buyer"—Means the actual knowledge of Richard Pearce.
Knowledge of means, whether or not capitalized, in the case of an entity, the actual knowledge of the officers of such entity as of the date of the representation, warranty or other statement.
Knowledge of means (i) in the case of natural person, the particular fact was known, or not known, as the context requires, to that person after duly diligent investigation and inquiry by that person, and (ii) in the case
Knowledge of or other derivations of “know” with respect to a Party means the knowledge of a person which such person obtained after diligent inquiry or could have obtained had he made due inquiry with the care and diligence of a prudent businessman within the meaning of § 93 par. 1 AktG of the individuals and representatives in charge of the respective subject matters unless stated in this Agreement that actual knowledge is relevant in the specific context.
Knowledge of a Person shall mean, with respect to a representation or warranty, such Person’s good faith understanding of the facts and information in his or her possession without any duty to conduct any investigation with respect to such facts and information or such representation or warranty; and
Knowledge of or "Known to" any party hereto, or any party's ------------ -------- "Knowledge" means the knowledge of any officer, director or management-level ---------- employee of such party or its Transaction Subsidiaries and any other employee of such party listed on Section 13.01 of the Disclosure Schedule. ----------------------------------------
Knowledge of. Company”shall mean that any Person listed in Section 1.01C of the Company Disclosure Schedule is actually aware of a fact or other matter or should have been aware of a fact or other matter based upon reasonable inquiry and investigation.