Permitted Reorganization definition

Permitted Reorganization means (i) the voluntary or involuntary liquidation, dissolution or winding up of any of the Partnership’s subsidiaries or upon any reorganization of the Partnership into another limited liability entity pursuant to provisions of this Agreement that allows the Partnership to convert, merge or convey our assets to another limited liability entity with or without limited partner approval (including a merger or conversion of our partnership into a corporation if the General Partner determines in its sole discretion that it is no longer in the interests of the Partnership to continue as a partnership for U.S. federal income tax purposes) or (ii) the Partnership engages in a reorganization, merger or other transaction in which a successor to the Partnership issues equity securities to the Series A Holders that have rights, powers and preferences that are substantially similar to the rights, powers and preferences of the Series A Preferred Mirror Units pursuant to provisions of this Agreement that allow the Partnership to do so without limited partner approval.

Examples of Permitted Reorganization in a sentence

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in Article V or this Article VI, the Credit Parties and their respective Subsidiaries may engage in all or some of the transactions set forth on Schedule 6.15 in connection with the Permitted Reorganization.

In the event the Credit Parties or any of their respective Subsidiaries engages in a transaction set forth on Schedule 6.15 in connection with the Permitted Reorganization, the Borrower shall provide written notice thereof to the Administrative Agent within 60 days thereof, which notice shall identify the entities involved in such transaction and the nature of the transaction.

More Definitions of Permitted Reorganization

Permitted Reorganization means re-organizations and other activities related to tax planning and re-organization, so long as, after giving effect thereto, the security interest of the Lenders in the Collateral, taken as a whole, is not materially impaired.
Permitted Reorganization means any or all of the following: (a) the corporate reorganization of the Consolidated Group and any related mergers with respect thereto (including, without limitation, any merger, purchase, contribution or assumption of assets and/or liabilities or other similar transaction with any Affiliate), (b) the internalization (in whole or in part, whether by merger, purchase, contribution or assumption of assets and/or liabilities or other similar transaction) of the existing external manager of the Parent Entity and the Borrower, (c) the initial public offering of the Parent Entity and/or the listing of the Parent Entity on a recognized US stock exchange, and (d) the issuance of additional Equity Interests of the Borrower and/or the conversion of Equity Interests of the Borrower into Equity Interests of the Parent Entity; provided that after giving effect to any Permitted Reorganization (i) the Parent Entity shall remain a Guarantor, (ii) the Parent Entity shall continue to own, directly or indirectly, a majority of the Voting Stock and economic and beneficial interests of the Borrower, (iii) Phillips Edison Grocery Center Operating Partnership I, L.P., a Delaware limited partnership, shall remain as the Borrower, and (iv) the Borrower shall deliver to the Administrative Agent, (x) a written certificate reasonably satisfactory to the Administrative Agent showing, in reasonable detail, that the Consolidated Group will be in pro forma compliance with the financial covenants in Section 8.11 after giving effect to any Permitted Reorganization and (y) all documentation and other information required by bank regulatory authorities under applicableknow-your-customer” and anti-money laundering rules and regulations, including, without limitation, the Patriot Act.
Permitted Reorganization means any transaction (a) undertaken to effect a corporate reorganization (or similar transaction or event) for operational or efficiency purposes or (b) related to tax planning or tax reorganization, in each case, as determined in good faith by the Borrower and entered into after the Closing Date; provided that, (i) no Event of Default is continuing immediately prior to such transaction and immediately after giving effect thereto and (ii) after giving effect to such transactions, the security interests of the Lenders in the Collateral (taken as a whole) and the Guarantees of the Obligations (taken as a whole), in each case, would not be materially impaired as a result thereof, and such transaction will not materially adversely affect the Borrower’s ability to make anticipated payments with respect to the Obligations as and when they become due (as determined in good faith by the Borrower).
Permitted Reorganization means any transaction or undertaking, including Investments, in connection with internal reorganizations and or restructurings (including in connection with tax planning and corporate reorganizations), so long as, after giving effect thereto, (a) the Loan Parties shall comply with the Collateral and Guarantee Requirements and Section 5.12 and (b) the security interest of the Secured Parties in the Collateral, taken as a whole, is not materially impaired (including by a material portion of the assets that constitute Collateral immediately prior to such Permitted Reorganization no longer constituting Collateral) as a result of such Permitted Reorganization.
Permitted Reorganization means a transaction described in Section 9.18 pursuant to which the Borrower becomes a wholly-owned Domestic Subsidiary of the New Holding Company, but only if all the requirements set forth in Section 9.18 shall have been satisfied.
Permitted Reorganization means the consummation of one or more transactions undertaken in good faith for the purpose of improving the consolidated Tax efficiency of Parent and the Restricted Subsidiaries, pursuant to which (i) certain Foreign Subsidiaries of the U.S. Borrower shall become Subsidiaries of Parent and not the U.S. Borrower, (ii) intellectual property assets held by one or more Foreign Subsidiaries of Parent shall be Disposed to one or more other Subsidiaries of Parent; provided that with respect to clause (i), no Loan Party shall become an Excluded Subsidiary as a result of such transaction and, with respect to clause (ii), any such Subsidiary of Parent to which such intellectual property assets (in each case other than Excluded Assets) are Disposed, shall be a Guarantor or shall become a Guarantor within the time periods specified under Section 6.09.
Permitted Reorganization means, at any time prior to a Qualified Borrower IPO, an internal reorganization of Holdings and its Subsidiaries to effect any or all of the Permitted Reorganization Actions, subject to the following terms and conditions; provided that the Permitted Reorganization shall not occur if the Permitted Holdings Amalgamation occurs and AV Minerals is not Successor Holdings: