Definition of Post-Closing Date


Post-Closing Date means the date that is one year after the Closing Date.

Examples of Post-Closing Date in a sentence

Seller and Buyer shall undertake to agree with respect to the amounts due pursuant to the post-closing adjustment no later than one hundred eighty (180) days after the Closing Date (the Post-Closing Date).
In the event that a Potential Target Acquisition shall have been consummated after the Closing Date but prior to the Refund Date (a "Post-Closing Date Potential Target Acquisition") then, subject to the terms of the last sentence of this paragraph, Borrower may retain and use the Unused Term Loan Proceeds to consummate such Potential Target Acquisition, provided that the conditions set forth in Section 3.2 shall have been satisfied.
Buyer and Sellers shall, no later than May 16, 2014 (the Post-Closing Date) agree to any adjustments.
In addition, Buyer shall pay to Sellers within three (3) Business Days after the Post-Closing Date an amount equal to any downward adjustment for Title Defects identified pursuant to Section 7.5(d)(iii) which have been cured by Sellers prior to the Post-Closing Date.
The Advances shall be available in up to two drawings, one on the Closing Date and one on a date during the Availability Period in an amount that shall not exceed the Post-Closing Date Advance Sublimit.