Section 7.2 definition

Section 7.2. Closing Balance Sheet" Section 3.4(a) "Closing Date" Section 3.2 "Commitment Letter" Section 5.6 "Company" Recitals "Company Net Assets" Section 3.4(a) "Company Net Assets Statement" Section 3.4(a) "Company Plan" Section 9.1(c) "Confidentiality Agreement" Section 6.3 "Consent" Section 6.18 "Contracts" Section 4.8 "Coopers" Section 3.4(a) "Coopers Report" Section 3.4(a) "Delivered Lease" Section 6.18 "DOL" Section 4.14(a) "Employee" Section 9.1(a) "Environmental Condition" Section 10.8
Section 7.2. Closing Balance Sheet" Section 3.4(a) "Closing Date" Section 3.2 "Commitment Letter" Section 5.6 "Company" Recitals "Company Net Assets" Section 3.4(a) "Company Net Assets Statement" Section 3.4(a) "Company Plan" Section 9.1(c) "Confidentiality Agreement" Section 6.3 "Consent" Section 6.18 "Contracts" Section 4.8 "Coopers" Section 3.4(a) "Coopers Report" Section 3.4(a) "Delivered Lease" Section 6.18 "DOL" Section 4.14(a) "Employee" Section 9.1(a) "Environmental Condition" Section 10.8 "Equipment" Section 4.8(f) "Estimated Cash Purchase Price" Section 3.1 "Estimated Purchase Price" Section 3.1 "Eviction" Section 6.18 "Financial Statements" Sections 4.2.1(a) & 6.2 "Former Employee" Section 9.1(b) "General Survival Period" Section 10.2 "Goldman" Section 5.7 "HSR Xxx" Section 4.1.4 "Indemnifying Party" Section 10.1 "Indemnitee" Section 10.1 "Insurance Policies" Section 4.9 "Intangibles" Section 4.6 "Interim Balance Sheet" Section 4.2.1(b) "Interim Financials" Sections 4.2.1(b) & 6.2 "Inventory Firm" Section 3.4(a) "Inventory Statement" Section 3.4(a) "IRS" Section 4.14(a) "Landlord" Section 6.18 "Lead Lenders" Section 5.6 "Leases" Section 4.5.2 "Leases-In" Section 4.5.2 "Licenses" Section 4.6 "Miscellaneous Taxes" Section 6.7(c) "Monthly Financials" Sections 4.2.1(c) & 6.2 "Morgan Stanley" Section 4.19 "Nex Xxxxr Xxxxx" Section 6.17.1 "New Seller Store" Section 6.17.1 "Non-Active Employees" Section 9.3 "Permits" Section 4.11 "Post-Closing Claims" Section 6.16 "Post-Closing Tax Period" Section 6.7(c) "Pre-Closing Tax Period" Section 6.7(c) "Purchase" Recitals "Purchase Price" Section 3.1 "Real Property" Section 4.5.1 "Rent Increase" Section 6.18

Examples of Section 7.2 in a sentence

  • The obligation to indemnify as set forth in this Section 7.2 shall survive the resignation or removal of the Guarantee Trustee and the termination of this Guarantee.

  • The Paying Agent, the Registrar and any authenticating agent shall be entitled to the protections and immunities as are set forth in paragraphs (e), (f) and (g) of this Section and in Section 7.2, each with respect to the Trustee.

  • Any such process or summons to be served upon the Company may be served by transmitting a copy thereof by registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, postage prepaid, addressed to it at the address set forth in Section 7.2 hereof.

  • At any time during the Commitment Period, the Company may deliver an Advance Notice to the Investor, subject to the conditions set forth in Section 7.2; provided, however, the amount for each Advance as designated by the Company in the applicable Advance Notice, shall not be more than the Maximum Advance Amount.

  • Each Guarantor is a third party beneficiary to the contribution agreement set forth in this Section 7.2.

  • The allocation among Contributing Guarantors of their obligations as set forth in this Section 7.2 shall not be construed in any way to limit the liability of any Contributing Guarantor hereunder.

  • None of the components of the Collateral shall be maintained at locations other than as provided in the Perfection Certificate or as permitted pursuant to Section 7.2. All Inventory is in all material respects of good and marketable quality, free from material defects.

  • This Section 7.2 shall not apply to Sections 164, 296, 311, 312 or 324 of the DGCL.

  • The portion of any ISO accelerated in connection with an event referred to in Section 7.2 (or such other circumstances as may trigger accelerated vesting of the award) shall remain exercisable as an ISO only to the extent the applicable $100,000 limitation on ISOs is not exceeded.

  • The merger of the General Partner with or into any entity that is admitted as a substitute or successor General Partner pursuant to Section 7.2 hereof shall not be deemed to be the withdrawal, dissolution or removal of the General Partner.

Related to Section 7.2

  • Section 102 means section 102 of the Ordinance and any regulations, rules, orders or procedures promulgated thereunder as now in effect or as hereafter amended.

  • Article 55 BRRD means Article 55 of Directive 2014/59/EU establishing a framework for the recovery and resolution of credit institutions and investment firms.

  • Section 4(2) shall have the meaning set forth in the recitals of this Agreement.

  • Section 3 means Section 3 of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968.

  • Section 1110 means Section 1110 of the Bankruptcy Code.

  • Section 8 means Section 8(c)(2)(A) of the United States Housing Act of 1937, as amended.

  • Section 2 Nonresident BIDDER" means a BIDDERS whose principal place of business is not in this state, but excludes a contractor whose ultimate parent company or majority owner has its principal place of business in this state.

  • Section 510(b) Claims means any Claim or Interest against a Debtor subject to subordination under section 510(b) of the Bankruptcy Code, whether by operation of law or contract.

  • Section 385 Expanded Group shall have the meaning set forth in Treasury Regulation Section 1.385-1(c)(4) for an “expanded group”.

  • Section 5 Shall have the meaning set forth in Section 5(f) of Attachment A (Description of Generation, Conversion and Storage Facility) to this Agreement.

  • Section 510(b) Claim means any Claim arising from: (a) rescission of a purchase or sale of a security of the Debtors or an Affiliate of the Debtors; (b) purchase or sale of such a security; or (c) reimbursement or contribution allowed under section 502 of the Bankruptcy Code on account of such a Claim.

  • Section 1 Purchase Option Expiration Date" Section 1 "Purchase Option Notice" Section 2.6(a)(ii) "Purchase Option Share Amount" Section 1 "Qualified Daily Trading Limit" Section 1 "Registered" Section 1 "Registrable Securities" Section 1 "Registration Statement" Section 2.5(a)(i) "Releases" Section 5.13 "SEC" Section 2.5(a)(i) "SEC Documents" Section 5.8 "SEC Filings" Section 1 "Securities Act" Section 1 "Selling Period" Section 1 "Selling Period Obligation" Section 1 "Settlement" Section 1 "Settlement Date" Section 1 "Significant Subsidiaries" Section 5.20 "Subsidiaries Section 5.3 "Suit" Section 5.18(c) "Tax Return" Section 1 "Taxes" Section 1 "Trading Day" Section 1 "Transfer Agent" Section 1 "Underwriter" Preamble "Underwriter's Clearing Broker" Section 1 "Underwriting Price" Section 1 "Underwriter Sales Notice" Section 2.3(b) "Violations" Section 9.1(a) "VWAP" Section 1 "WARN" Section 5.11 PROVISIONAL PATENT APPLICATION HAS BEEN FILED COMMON STOCK UNDERWRITING AGREEMENT COMMON STOCK UNDERWRITING AGREEMENT dated as of November 1, 2000 (the "Agreement"), between Ramius Securities, LLC, a limited liability company organized and existing under the laws of the State of Delaware (the "Underwriter"), and Triangle Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of Delaware (the "Company").

  • Section 16 means Section 16 of the Exchange Act and the rules promulgated thereunder and any successor provision thereto as in effect from time to time.

  • Subsection means subsection of the section in which the term is used;

  • Section 404 means Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and the SEC’s rules and regulations promulgated thereunder.

  • Article 9 means Article 9 of the UCC.

  • Section means a section of the Act.

  • Indemnification Obligations means each of the Debtors’ indemnification obligations in place as of the Effective Date, whether in the bylaws, certificates of incorporation or formation, limited liability company agreements, other organizational or formation documents, board resolutions, management or indemnification agreements, or employment or other contracts, for their current and former directors, officers, managers, members, employees, attorneys, accountants, investment bankers, and other professionals and agents of the Debtors.

  • This means we liquidate purchase payments in the order they were made: the oldest unliquidated purchase payment first, the next oldest unliquidated purchase payment second, etc., until all purchase payments have been liquidated. The surrender charge as to any liquidated purchase payment is determined by multiplying the amount of the purchase payment being liquidated by the applicable percentage shown in the Schedule. The total surrender charge will be the sum of the surrender charges for each purchase payment being liquidated. In a partial withdrawal, the surrender charge is deducted from the Account Value remaining after you are paid the amount requested. The amount requested from a Sub-Account may not exceed the value of that Sub-Account less any applicable surrender charge. In a complete withdrawal (or surrender of this Contract), it is deducted from the amount otherwise payable. CHARGES -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The types and amounts of charges and when and how they are deducted are described in the Schedule. OWNER, ANNUITANT AND BENEFICIARY -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Owner - You are the Owner of this Contract. You have the rights and options described in this Contract, including but not limited to the right to receive the income payments beginning on the Income Date. One or more people may own this Contract. The Annuitant - Unless another Annuitant is shown in the Schedule, you are also the Annuitant. You may name a Contingent Annuitant. You will be the Contingent Annuitant unless you name someone else. If there are joint Owners, we will treat the youngest Owner as the Contingent Annuitant, unless you elect otherwise. If you are not the Annuitant and the Annuitant dies before the Income Date, the Contingent Annuitant becomes the Annuitant. If the Annuitant dies and no Contingent Annuitant has been named, we will allow you sixty days to designate someone other than yourself as Annuitant. The Beneficiary - We pay the death benefit to the primary Beneficiary (unless there are joint Owners in which case proceeds are payable to the surviving Owner). If the primary Beneficiary dies before the Owner, the death benefit is paid to the Contingent Beneficiary, if any. If there is no surviving Beneficiary, we pay the death benefit to the Owner's estate. One or more persons may be named as primary Beneficiary or Contingent Beneficiary. We will assume any death benefit is to be paid in equal shares to the multiple surviving Beneficiaries unless you specify otherwise. You have the right to change Beneficiaries. However, if you designate the primary Beneficiary as irrevocable, you may need the consent of that irrevocable Beneficiary to exercise the rights and options under this Contract. Change of Owner, Beneficiary or Annuitant - During your lifetime and while this Contract is in force you can transfer ownership of this Contract or change the Beneficiary, or change the Annuitant. (However, the Annuitant cannot be changed after the Income Date.) To make any of these changes, you must send us Satisfactory Notice. If accepted, any change in Owner, Beneficiary or Annuitant will take effect on the date you signed the notice. Any of these changes will not affect any payment made or action taken by us before our acceptance. A change of Owner may be a taxable event and may also affect the amount of death benefit payable under this Contract. DEATH BENEFITS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Death Benefit Before the Income Date - If any Owner dies before the Income Date, we will pay the Beneficiary the greatest of the following:

  • Paragraph 3 The use of new instructional materials and classroom presentations that may involve controversial issues should be planned by the individual teacher and discussed with the department chairman and the building principal before they are initiated in the classroom.