Post-Closing Adjustment definition

Post-Closing Adjustment has the meaning set forth in Section 2.04(b)(ii).
Post-Closing Adjustment has the meaning set forth in Section 3.3(c).
Post-Closing Adjustment shall have the meaning set forth in Section 2.6.

Examples of Post-Closing Adjustment in a sentence

  • Buyer shall provide a reasonably detailed calculation and description for any set off to the Earnout Payment, and reasonable and appropriate backup documentation, in the Earnout Statement with respect to any negative Post-Closing Adjustment pursuant to Section 2.07(b), setoff under Section 5.07, or indemnity claims made under ARTICLE VII of the Agreement.

  • Except as otherwise provided herein, any payment of the Post-Closing Adjustment will be due (x) within five (5) Business Days after acceptance of the applicable Final Closing Statement or (y) if there are disputed amounts, then within five (5) Business Days after the resolution thereof.

  • Payment of the Post-Closing Adjustment will be made by wire transfer of immediately available funds to such account as is directed by Xxxxx or Sellers, as the case may be.


More Definitions of Post-Closing Adjustment

Post-Closing Adjustment has the meaning set forth in Section 1.7(a).
Post-Closing Adjustment has the meaning set forth in Section 2.4(h).
Post-Closing Adjustment shall be an amount equal to the difference between Estimated Working Capital minus Closing Working Capital. If the Post-Closing Adjustment is a negative number, Buyer shall pay to Sellers an amount equal to the Post-Closing Adjustment, and if the Post-Closing Adjustment is a positive number, Sellers shall pay to Buyer an amount equal to the Post-Closing Adjustment, in each case, in accordance with Section 2.06(b)(vii).
Post-Closing Adjustment shall have the meaning set forth in Section 2.3 below.
Post-Closing Adjustment has the meaning ascribed to it in Section 2.9(e).
Post-Closing Adjustment shall be an amount equal to (A) if the Closing Working Capital is greater than the Estimated Closing Working Capital, the Closing Working Capital minus the Estimated Closing Working Capital (an “Excess”), and (B) if the Closing Working Capital is less than the Estimated Closing Working Capital, the Estimated Closing Working Capital minus the Closing Working Capital (a “Shortfall”).
Post-Closing Adjustment has the meaning set forth in Section 2.6(g).