Definition of Post-Closing


Post-Closing means any period that starts after the Closing Date, and with respect to a period that includes and starts on the Closing Date, the portion of such period will exclude the day of the Closing.
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Examples of Post-Closing in a sentence

The failure by Borrower to pay any and all Post-Closing Expenses as defined in section 4.6.
The failure to pay any and all Post-Closing Expenses will be deemed a default as described in Section 2.6.10 herein.
At the Closing, the Earnest Money Deposit, together with interest earned thereon, if any, shall, at Buyers election, be returned to Buyer or shall be paid over to Seller by Escrow Agent to be applied to the portion of the Purchase Price on behalf of Buyer, and the Escrow Funds shall be deposited into an escrow account pursuant to the Post-Closing Agreement as contemplated by Section 8.9.
At the Closing, the Earnest Money Deposit, shall, at Buyers election, be returned to Buyer or shall be paid over to Seller by Escrow Agent to be applied to the portion of the Purchase Price on behalf of Buyer and the Escrow Funds shall be deposited into an escrow account pursuant to the Post-Closing Agreement as contemplated by Section 8.9.
Seller and Split-Off Subsidiary agree to allocate income, gain, loss, deductions and credits between the period up to Closing (the "Pre-Closing Period") and the period after Closing (the "Post-Closing Period") based on a closing of the books of Split-Off Subsidiary, and both Seller and Split-Off Subsidiary agree not to make an election under Reg.