Permitted Reorganisation definition

Permitted Reorganisation means an amalgamation, merger, consolidation, reorganisation or other similar arrangement entered into by the Guarantor under which:
Permitted Reorganisation means an amalgamation, merger, consolidation, reorganisation or other similar arrangement entered into by the Issuer or ZIC (where ZIC is not the Issuer) under which:

Examples of Permitted Reorganisation in a sentence

Sourcewell will hold an optional, non-mandatory pre-proposal conference via webcast on the date and time noted on page one of this RFP and on the Sourcewell Procurement Portal.

The Borrower ceases or threatens to cease to carry on the whole or, as determined by the Security Trustee, substantially the whole of its business, save for the purposes of a Permitted Reorganisation or a reorganisation on terms previously approved in writing by the Security Trustee.

The Dated Subordinated Notes issued by DSB and the Receipts and the Coupons relating to them will constitute direct and unsecured obligations of DSB (other than pursuant to a Permitted Reorganisation (as defined in Condition 3)) and will rank pari passu without any preference among themselves.

Any member of the Group suspends or ceases to carry on (or threatens to suspend or cease to carry on) all or a material part of its business, except as a result of a Permitted Reorganisation or a Permitted Disposal.

Any order is made by any competent court or resolution passed for the winding up or dissolution of the Borrower or any Eligible Group Member save for the purposes of a Permitted Reorganisation or a reorganisation on terms previously approved in writing by the Security Trustee.


More Definitions of Permitted Reorganisation

Permitted Reorganisation means an amalgamation, reorganisation, merger, demerger, consolidation or restructuring whilst solvent whereby the assets and undertaking of the Issuer (or, in the case of a demerger, all or substantially all of such assets and undertaking) are vested in a body corporate in good standing and such body corporate (i) assumes or maintains (as the case may be) liability as principal debtor in respect of the Notes and (ii) continues substantially to carry on the business of the Issuer as reported in the Issuer’s most recently published audited financial statements immediately prior to such amalgamation, reorganisation, merger, demerger, consolidation or restructuring;
Permitted Reorganisation means any reorganisation, amalgamation, merger, demerger, consolidation, contribution in kind or restructuring or other similar transaction, in each case whilst solvent:
Permitted Reorganisation means any fusione or scissione (such expressions bearing the meanings ascribed to them by the laws of the Republic of Italy) or any other reconstruction, amalgamation, reorganisation, merger, consolidation, or other similar arrangement, in each case:
Permitted Reorganisation means a reconstruction, amalgamation, merger, consolidation or transfer of assets and/or activities (a "Reorganisation") where the surviving legal entity which acquires or to which is transferred all or a substantial part of the business and/or activities of the Issuer:
Permitted Reorganisation means any reorganisation carried out, without any consent of the Noteholders being required in respect thereof, in any one transaction or series of transactions, by any of the Issuer, the Guarantor and the Material Subsidiaries, by means of:
Permitted Reorganisation means a reorganisation, reconstruction, amalgamation, merger, consolidation or transfer of assets and/or activities between or among REN and its Subsidiaries (a "Reorganisation"), in each case where: