Definition of Post-Closing Liabilities


Post-Closing Liabilities means all liabilities of the Company arising from the business or affairs of the Company and its Representatives (in their capacity as such) from and after the Closing, whether known or unknown, fixed or contingent, or asserted or unasserted.
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Examples of Post-Closing Liabilities in a sentence

Covered Post-Closing Liabilities means any Liabilities of the Operating Company to the extent arising out of the ownership or operation of the Operating Company on or after the Closing Date, other than any Covered Post-Closing Income Tax Liabilities.
Verizon Lessors and Verizon Contributors hereby assign and delegate to Manager, and Manager hereby accepts and assumes, all Post-Closing Liabilities with respect to the Included Property of the Managed Sites.
AT&T Newcos and AT&T Contributors hereby assign and delegate to Manager, and Manager hereby accepts and assumes, all Post-Closing Liabilities with respect to the Included Property of the Managed Sites.
The transfer of the Contributed Assets is not wrongful or fraudulent with respect to the Contributors creditors and no creditor shall be entitled to bring any claim under any Law against the Contributor or the Acquiror with respect to such transfer, except related to the Post-Closing Liabilities.
Buyer shall execute and deliver to each Seller a separate Assumption of Progressive Slot Machine Post-Closing Liabilities in the form attached as Exhibit G, which form may be modified to the extent required by local Law.