Pre-Closing Costs means all loan fees and charges, due diligence costs, entity formation expenses, and attorneys' fees due to counsel in connection with the negotiation of this Agreement and the other associated transaction documents between the Members and the Members and their Affiliates and the closing on the Property or the Loan.
Examples of Pre-Closing Costs in a sentence
Pre-Closing Costs may include, among other things, costs of employing certain persons and contractors to, among other things, review design consultancy contracts.
The Company shall bear the Costs of the Seller through the Closing Date (the "Pre-Closing Costs"), provided that all such Pre-Closing Costs shall be paid by the Company on or before the Closing Date.
On the Contribution Agreement Closing Date, the Company shall reimburse each Member for those third party expenses and other expenses set forth in Exhibit 3.1.2, incurred by it or its Affiliates prior to the date of this Agreement (collectively, the "Pre-Closing Costs Reimbursement Amount").
After the date hereof, MCE may incur, in anticipation of the Effective Time, certain out-of-pocket costs and expenses in relation to the MSC Project and that will be for the benefit of the MSC Project upon completion (Pre-Closing Costs).
No more than fifteen (15) Business Days following the Acquisition Closing Date, each Party shall deliver to the other Parties a detailed statement of the Pre-Closing Costs, Carrying Costs associated with such Pre-Closing Costs and Cost Reductions that it incurred or received from the date of such Party's Cost Detail Statement through the Acquisition Closing Date (each, a "Cost Detail Reconciliation Statement").