Examples of Purchaser Financial Statements in a sentence
The Purchaser Financial Statements include adequate accruals or reserves, for all accrued and unpaid salaries, wages, bonuses or other remuneration, vacation pay, CPP, EI and other employee related accruals, including for any severance or termination payments in respect of any employees whose employment was terminated or who were laid off by the Purchaser on or before the date of such statements.
Except as disclosed in the Purchaser Public Disclosure Record, since the date of the Purchaser Financial Statements, the Purchaser has carried on the Purchaser Business and conducted its operations and affairs only in the Ordinary Course and the Purchaser has not made or suffered any Material Adverse Change.
The Purchaser has made full and adequate provision in its Books and Records and the Purchaser Financial Statements for all Taxes which are not yet due and payable but which relate to periods ending on or before the Closing Date.
The Purchaser owns (with good title) all of the Purchaser Assets reflected as being owned by the Purchaser in the Purchaser Financial Statements, except those that have been acquired and disposed of in the Ordinary Course.
The Purchaser Financial Statements fairly, completely and accurately present the assets, liabilities (whether accrued, absolute, contingent or otherwise) and financial condition of the Purchaser as at the date to which they were prepared and of the profit and loss of the Purchaser in the financial year ended on the date of such Purchaser Financial Statements.