Definition of Post-Closing Escrow Agreement


Post-Closing Escrow Agreement means the Escrow Agreement among Buyer, Seller and the Escrow Agent, to be executed and delivered at the Closing to govern the Aggregate Post-Closing Escrow Amount, in the form attached hereto as Exhibit A.

Examples of Post-Closing Escrow Agreement in a sentence

The Holdback shall be held and disbursed by Escrow Holder in compliance with an Escrow Holdback Agreement to be executed and delivered at Closing by Buyer, Seller and Escrow Holder in the form attached hereto as Exhibit E (the Post-Closing Escrow Agreement).
A financial institution reasonably acceptable to Sellers will have entered into the Post-Closing Escrow Agreement as the initial Escrow Agent thereunder.
A financial institution reasonably acceptable to Buyer will have entered into the Post-Closing Escrow Agreement as the initial Escrow Agent thereunder.
At the Closing, Buyer and Sellers will execute and deliver a Bill of Sale and Assignment and Assumption Agreement, in a form mutually agreeable to Buyer and Sellers (the "Bill of Sale and Assignment and Assumption Agreement"), and the Post-Closing Escrow Agreement.
The remaining ten percent (10%) of the Purchase Price shall be delivered by Buyer, by wire transfer of immediately available funds, to that certain escrow account (Escrow Account) established by and between Seller, Buyer and as Escrow Agent pursuant to the post-closing escrow agreement executed at Closing by Seller, Buyer and such Escrow Agent (Post-Closing Escrow Agreement).