Definition of Pre-Closing


Pre-Closing means the tender into escrow of the Purchase Price and all Closing Documents necessary to effect the Closing, with the exception of the documents necessary to effect the Pre-Closing Reorganization;
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Examples of Pre-Closing in a sentence

The Company shall promptly deliver to Parent a copy of each such filing made, each such notice given and each such Consent obtained by the Company during the Pre-Closing Period.
Seller and Split-Off Subsidiary agree to allocate income, gain, loss, deductions and credits between the period up to Closing (the "Pre-Closing Period") and the period after Closing (the "Post-Closing Period") based on a closing of the books of Split-Off Subsidiary, and both Seller and Split-Off Subsidiary agree not to make an election under Reg.
The Company shall (upon request) promptly deliver to Parent a copy of each such filing made, each such notice given and each such Consent obtained by the Company during the Pre-Closing Period.
For purposes of this Agreement, the Pre-Closing Period means the period commencing with the Companys execution of a definitive agreement for a Change in Control transaction and ending upon the earlier to occur of (A) the closing of the Change in Control contemplated by such definitive agreement and (B) the termination of such definitive agreement without the consummation of the contemplated Change in Control.
Seller shall be responsible for the preparation and filing of any Tax Return with respect to any Acquired Company or the Business or the Acquired Assets that is required to be filed on or before the Closing Date and any Pre-Closing Income Tax Return, including in each case any amended Tax Return, and each such Tax Return shall be true and correct and completed in accordance with applicable law and consistent with past practice.