Definition of Telecommunications Laws


Telecommunications Laws means the Federal Telecommunications Laws and the State Telecommunications Laws.
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Examples of Telecommunications Laws in a sentence

Each member of the Group is in compliance in all respects with all Telecommunications Laws where non-compliance would or is reasonably likely to have a Material Adverse Effect.
Each Borrower Party has received, and is in all respects in compliance with all State PUC Licenses and the applicable State Telecommunications Laws, except any such failure to comply which has not, and could not reasonably be expected to have, a Materially Adverse Effect or result in such Borrower Party not being authorized to own or operate any material portion of its Telecommunications Assets, or incur or remain liable with respect to any of the Obligations or Liens granted as security therefore.
Parent and its Subsidiaries each have filed with the FCC all necessary reports, documents, instruments, information and applications required to be filed pursuant to the Telecommunications Laws, except as would not, individually or in the aggregate, reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect.
Neither the execution and delivery of the Operative Documents, including the Purchase Agreement by TeleHub nor the performance by TeleHub will violate the CA Telecommunications Laws.
Each Loan Party is in all material respects in compliance with all State PUC Licenses and the applicable State Telecommunications Laws, except any such failure to comply which has not, and could not reasonably be expected to have, a Material Adverse Effect or result in such Loan Party not being authorized to own or operate any material portion of its Telecommunications Assets, or incur or remain liable with respect to any of the Obligations or Liens granted as security therefor.