Temporary Permit means the requisite authorization issued to Buyer by the ABC permitting Buyer to continue selling wine, beer and alcoholic beverages at the Premises pending the final transfer of the ABC License.
Examples of Temporary Permit in a sentence
Buyer's knowledge, no Governmental Authority has convicted or accused Buyer of violating Applicable Law with respect to the issuance of an ABC License and Buyer is not aware of any reason why the ABC should deny the application for transfer of the ABC License from Seller to Buyer or the issuance of a Temporary Permit.
Buyer shall indemnify and hold Seller and Seller's property, free and harmless from and against any and all claims, losses, damages, injuries, and liabilities arising from the use of the Assets, occupancy of the Premises or other acts or omissions by Buyer after the Closing, including those arising in connection with any Temporary Permit issued to Buyer before the Closing Date.
Within fifteen (15) days after each Possession Date referenced below, Lessor shall provide Lessee with a temporary or conditional permit from the Village of Elwood allowing Lessee to accept inventory in and ship inventory out of the applicable Portion of a Building (Temporary Permit).
If the term of the Temporary Permit granted to the Franchisee pursuant to City of Houston Ordinance No.
Within three (3) Business Days of the execution of this Agreement, Buyer and Seller shall execute an application for transfer of the ABC License from Seller to Buyer and issuance of the Temporary Permit.