Definition of Post-Closing Warranty Obligations

  1. Post-Closing Warranty Obligations means warranty obligations incurred by the Company with respect to products manufactured, or services performed, by the Company after the Closing Date pursuant to the terms of the warranties issued by the Company after the Closing Date for products manufactured by the Company after the Closing Date including those products bearing any of the Shareholder Trademarks on the product or its packaging when sold or transferred by the Company. Products will be deemed to be manufactured after the Closing Date if such products are not deemed to be manufactured prior to the Closing Date pursuant to Section 7.5.

Definition of Post-Closing Warranty Obligations in Purchase Agreement

Post-Closing Warranty Obligations means warranty obligations incurred by the Company with respect to products manufactured, or services performed, by the Company after the Closing Date pursuant to the terms of the warranties issued by the Company after the Closing Date for products manufactured by the Company after the Closing Date including those products bearing any of the Shareholder Trademarks on the product or its packaging when sold or transferred by the Company. Products will be deemed to be manufactured after the Closing Date if such products are not deemed to be manufactured prior to the Closing Date pursuant to Section 7.5.