Definition of Post-Closing Liabilities

  1. Post-Closing Liabilities means all Liabilities that relate to or arise out of or in connection with the operation, use or occupancy of the Included Property of any Site after the Applicable Closing Date, but, with respect to any MPL Site, prior to the expiration or earlier termination of the MPL, including all such payment and performance obligations due under any Ground Lease (other than T-Mobile's Share of Transaction Revenue Sharing Payments) or Collocation Agreement after the Applicable Closing Date.

Definition of Post-Closing Liabilities in Asset Purchase Agreement

Post-Closing Liabilities means all Liabilities that relate to or arise out of or in connection with the operation, use or occupancy of the Included Property of any Site after the Applicable Closing Date, but, with respect to any MPL Site, prior to the expiration or earlier termination of the MPL, including all such payment and performance obligations due under any Ground Lease (other than T-Mobile's Share of Transaction Revenue Sharing Payments) or Collocation Agreement after the Applicable Closing Date.


Definition of Post-Closing Liabilities in Master Agreement

Post-Closing Liabilities means all Liabilities that relate to or arise out of or in connection with the operation, use or occupancy of the Transferred Property of the applicable Purchase Site after the Purchase Option Closing Date. For the avoidance of doubt, "Post-Closing Liabilities" shall not include any Liabilities in connection with any Tower Bonds.


Definition of Post-Closing Liabilities in Share and Asset Purchase Agreement

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.