Third Party Purchaser definition

Third Party Purchaser means any Person who, immediately prior to the contemplated transaction, (a) does not directly or indirectly own or have the right to acquire any outstanding Common Stock or (b) is not a Permitted Transferee of any Person who directly or indirectly owns or has the right to acquire any Common Stock.
Third Party Purchaser has the meaning set forth in Section 3.1(a).
Third Party Purchaser. Any “third-party purchaser” or “subsequent third-party purchaser” (each within the meaning of Regulation RR) that holds, or a “majority-owned affiliate” (under Regulation RR) of which holds, some or all of the HRR Interest in accordance with this Agreement and applicable laws and regulations; provided that if there are multiple such parties with respect to the HRR Interest then “Third Party Purchaser” shall mean, individually and collectively, those multiple parties. Commencing on the Closing Date, Eightfold Real Estate Capital Fund V, L.P. shall be the initial Third Party Purchaser.

Examples of Third Party Purchaser in a sentence

  • This Consent Decree shall not be construed to impede the transfer of any Ownership Interest between Kentucky Utilities and any Third Party Purchaser so long as the requirements of this Consent Decree are met.

  • This Agreement shall inure to the benefit of and be binding upon successors and Permitted Transferees of the Parties and a Third Party Purchaser in accordance with Section 3..

  • No sale or transfer of an Ownership Interest shall take place before the Third Party Purchaser and the United States have executed, and the Court has approved, a modification pursuant to Section XXII (Modification) of this Consent Decree making the Third Party Purchaser a party to this Consent Decree, jointly and severally liable with Kentucky Utilities for all the requirements of this Decree that may be applicable to the transferred or purchased Ownership Interest.

  • This Consent Decree shall not be construed to prohibit a contractual allocation – as between Kentucky Utilities and any Third Party Purchaser of Ownership Interests – of the burdens of compliance with this Decree, provided that both Kentucky Utilities and such Third Party Purchaser shall remain jointly and severally liable to the United States for the obligations of the Decree applicable to the transferred or purchased Ownership Interest.

  • The notice must state the name of the party (the "Third Party Purchaser") to whom the Seller wishes to sell or transfer the Offered Units and the terms of the proposed sale or transfer.


More Definitions of Third Party Purchaser

Third Party Purchaser means any Person who, immediately prior to the contemplated transaction, does not directly or indirectly own or have the right to acquire any outstanding Common Stock.
Third Party Purchaser. Any Person who is not the Servicer, the Sponsor or the Depositor, an Affiliate of the Servicer, the Sponsor or the Depositor or any of their respective officers, directors, employees, agents or representatives.
Third Party Purchaser means any Person or group of Persons, none of whom is, immediately prior to the subject transaction, TowerBrook, Ascension, a TB/AS Co-Investment Vehicle, or any Affiliate thereof.
Third Party Purchaser. Any Person that purchases the HRR Interest in accordance with this Agreement and applicable laws and regulations; provided that if there are multiple Holders of the HRR Interest then “Third Party Purchaser” shall mean, individually and collectively, those multiple Holders.
Third Party Purchaser means the Third Party Purchaser as defined in Paragraph 21 (f).
Third Party Purchaser has the meaning set forth in Section 3.1(a) of this Agreement.
Third Party Purchaser means any Person who, immediately prior to the contemplated transaction, (a) does not directly or indirectly own or have the right to acquire any outstanding Preferred Units or Common Units (or applicable Unit Equivalents) or (b) is not a Permitted Transferee of any Person who directly or indirectly owns or has the right to acquire any Preferred Units or Common Units (or applicable Unit Equivalents).