Definition of Post-Closing Adjustment Amounts


Post-Closing Adjustment Amounts means, together, the Company Post-Closing Adjustment Amounts, the Business Post-Closing Adjustment Amounts and the Net Post-Closing Adjustment Amounts;
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Examples of Post-Closing Adjustment Amounts in a sentence

The Post-Closing Adjustment Amounts shall be increased by interest at a rate of seven percent (7%) per annum accruing from the expiration of the above-referenced eight day period to the date of payment of such amounts.
Such payment of late interest shall not be deemed to constitute an agreement or waiver by any of the parties hereto to delay the payment of any Post-Closing Adjustment Amounts.
The remaining unpaid amount of any Post-Closing Adjustment Amounts, if any, shall be paid to or by Seller, as the case may be, within eight (8) business days of the resolution of all Disputed Items and determination of each Final Closing Statement, by bank wire transfer of the required amount (in immediately available funds).
Any amounts due under this Section 2.5 after the Closing shall be referred to as the "Post-Closing Adjustment Amounts".
Within eight (8) business days after the lapse of the twenty (20) business day period referred to in the first sentence of Section3.4, the estimated amount of any Post-Closing Adjustment Amounts excluding any amount of any Disputed Items, shall be paid respectively to or by Seller by or to the Company and/or CEVCO, as the case may be, by bank wire transfer of the required amount (in immediately available funds).