Pre-Closing Restructuring definition

Pre-Closing Restructuring has the meaning specified in Section 6.14(a).
Pre-Closing Restructuring has the meaning set forth in Section 5.24.

Examples of Pre-Closing Restructuring in a sentence

  • The Contributors have delivered to Buyer copies of the Pre-Closing Restructuring Documents which are true, correct and complete in all material respects.

  • The Pre-Closing Restructuring and the other transactions contemplated by the agreements entered into in connection with the Pre-Closing Restructuring were consummated prior to the Closing in accordance with the Pre-Closing Restructuring Documents and is valid and effective.

  • The consummation of the Pre-Closing Restructuring did not and will not cause the Company to incur any liability or obligation of any kind or to lose the benefit of any Tax election or Tax asset.

More Definitions of Pre-Closing Restructuring

Pre-Closing Restructuring has the meaning set forth in the Recitals.
Pre-Closing Restructuring has the meaning specified in the Recitals hereto.
Pre-Closing Restructuring means the “Restructuring”, as defined in the Merger Agreement.
Pre-Closing Restructuring means: the restructuring prior to closing by which: (i) Cyxtera shall be contributed to NewCo by the Cyxtera Stockholder, with Cyxtera becoming a wholly-owned subsidiary of NewCo, and (ii) Cyxtera shall thereafter be converted to a Delaware limited liability company;
Pre-Closing Restructuring means the internal restructuring of Seller and its Subsidiaries described in the Pre-Closing Restructuring Plan.
Pre-Closing Restructuring means the actions set forth on Schedule 1.01(i).