Definition of Tender

  1. Tender means the tender by Borrower of (i) true, complete and accurate copies of all leases of the Property with an instrument assigning them to Lender or Lender's designee and (ii) a special warranty or bargain and sale deed conveying good and marketable title to the Property to Lender or Lender's designee, subject to no liens or encumbrances subordinate to the lien securing the Indebtedness not previously approved in writing by Lender.
  2. Tender means the supply of Products to governments, hospitals and pharmacies through tender offers.

Examples of Tender in a sentence

  1. Tender Redemption Offer has the meaning ascribed to it in Regulation 23.5(a);
  2. Shipper shall Tender or cause to be Tendered Shipper Gas and/or Shipper Injected Liquids, as applicable, to each applicable Receipt Point at sufficient pressure to enter the Gathering System against its contractual operating pressure, but not in excess of the maximum operating pressure for such Receipt Point.
  3. Each Day Shipper shall Tender to the Gathering System at the Receipt Point(s) the quantities of Shippers Gas nominated by Shipper for such Day to the Delivery Point(s).

Definition of Tender in Contract Agreement

Tender means the tender by Borrower of (i) true, complete and accurate copies of all leases of the Property with an instrument assigning them to Lender or Lender's designee and (ii) a special warranty or bargain and sale deed conveying good and marketable title to the Property to Lender or Lender's designee, subject to no liens or encumbrances subordinate to the lien securing the Indebtedness not previously approved in writing by Lender.


Definition of Tender in Promissory Note

Tender means the supply of Products to governments, hospitals and pharmacies through tender offers.


Definition of Tender in Asset Purchase Agreement

Tender Means of tender A holder of original debentures who wishes to tender those original debentures for exchange pursuant to the exchange offer must, on or before the Expiration Time: