Ordinary Voting Power definition

Ordinary Voting Power means the aggregate voting power attributable to all shares of Voting Stock of the U.S. Borrower for purposes of electing directors of the U.S. Borrower; “Voting Stock” means shares of capital stock of any class or classes of a Person the holders of which are ordinarily, in the absence of contingencies, entitled to elect corporate directors (or Persons performing similar functions); and “Smucker Family” means Timothy P. Smucker, Richard K. Smucker, Susan Smucker Wagstaff and Marcella Smucker Clark, and any member of their immediate families, heirs, legatees, descendants and blood relatives to the fifth degree of consanguinity of such individual, or any trustees or trusts (or other entity created for estate planning purposes) established for their benefit or the benefit of the members of their immediate families and lineal descendants.
Ordinary Voting Power means the aggregate voting power attributable to all shares of Voting Stock of Olympic Steel for purposes of electing directors of Olympic Steel; and “Voting Stock” means shares of capital stock of any class or classes of a Person the holders of which are ordinarily, in the absence of contingencies, entitled to elect corporate directors (or Persons performing similar functions). Claims: all claims, liabilities, obligations, losses, damages, penalties, judgments, proceedings, interest, costs and expenses of any kind (including remedial response costs, reasonable attorneysfees and Extraordinary Expenses) at any time (including after Full Payment of the Obligations, resignation or replacement of Agent, or replacement of any Lender) incurred by any Indemnitee or asserted against any Indemnitee by any Obligor or other Person in any way relating to (a) any Loans, Letters of Credit, Loan Documents, or the use thereof or transactions relating thereto, (b) any action taken or omitted to be taken by any Indemnitee in connection with any Loan Documents, (c) the existence or perfection of any Liens, or realization upon any Collateral, (d) exercise of any rights or remedies under any Loan Documents or Applicable Law, or (e) failure by any Obligor to perform or observe any terms of any Loan Document, in each case including all costs and expenses relating to any investigation, litigation, arbitration or other proceeding (including an Insolvency Proceeding or appellate proceedings), whether or not the applicable Indemnitee is a party thereto.

Examples of Ordinary Voting Power in a sentence

Consummation of the Plan Would Create a New Event of Default Under the CCO Credit Facility Because a “Group,” Other Than the Paul Allen Group, Would Have the Power to Vote More Than 35% of the Ordinary Voting Power.

For purposes of this definition, “ Ordinary Voting Power ” means the aggregate voting power attributable to all shares of Voting Stock of the U.S. Borrower for purposes of electing directors of the U.S. Borrower; “ Voting Stock ” means shares of capital stock of any class or classes of a Person the holders of which are ordinarily, in the absence of contingencies, entitled to elect corporate directors (or Persons performing similar functions); and “ Smucker Family ” means Timothy P.

The Series A Preferred Stock shall be subject to the creation of Parity Securities (with or without Ordinary Voting Power or special voting rights) and Junior Securities, but any such creation shall in turn be subject to the provisions of this Certificate of Designations.


More Definitions of Ordinary Voting Power

Ordinary Voting Power means, with respect to any Person, the power to elect the directors (or functional equivalent) of such Person.
Ordinary Voting Power means, with respect to the Equity Interests of any Person, the ordinary voting power to vote for the election of directors to the Board of Directors of such Person.
Ordinary Voting Power means the Voting Power attributable to all Voting Shares of US Borrower entitled to voting rights for purposes of electing directors of US Borrower.
Ordinary Voting Power means the aggregate voting power attributable to all shares of Voting Stock of Olympic Steel for purposes of electing directors of Olympic Steel; and “Voting Stock” means shares of capital stock of any class or classes of a Person the holders of which are ordinarily, in the absence of contingencies, entitled to elect corporate directors (or Persons performing similar functions).
Ordinary Voting Power voting power with respect to the general election of directors (or Persons of a similar position), excluding voting power that arises solely upon the occurrence of a contingency. Parent: (a) in relation to any Limited Partner which is, or is an Affiliate of SC, SC, and (b) in relation to any Partner which is, or is an Affiliate of LMI Partner, LMINT Holdings; provided, that LMI Partner or LMINT Holdings may hereafter, by written notice to the other Partner, designate as the Parent of LMI Partner for purposes of this Agreement, any LMINT Holdings Affiliate that (i) has a net worth of at least US$500,000,000 at the time of designation, (ii) beneficially owns, directly or indirectly, all of the Units beneficially owned, directly or indirectly, by LMINT Holdings immediately prior to such designation and (iii) agrees to the guarantee set forth in 16.22 for the benefit of the Limited Partners other than LMI Partner (provided that LMI will also continue to be bound by the guarantee set forth in 16.22).
Ordinary Voting Power means the aggregate voting power attributable to all shares of Voting Stock of the U.S. Borrower for purposes of electing directors of the U.S. Borrower; “Voting Stock” means shares of capital stock of any class or classes of a Person the holders of which are ordinarily, in the absence of contingencies, entitled to elect