Total Consideration definition

Total Consideration means, with respect to an Acquisition, the sum (but without duplication) of (a) cash paid or payable in connection with any Acquisition, whether paid at or prior to or after the closing thereof, (b) indebtedness payable to the seller in connection with such Acquisition, including all “earn-out” and other future payment obligations subject to the occurrence of any contingency (provided that, in the case of any future payment subject to a contingency, such shall be considered part of the Total Consideration to the extent of the reserve, if any, required under GAAP to be established in respect thereof by any Loan Party or any Subsidiary of a Loan Party), (c) the fair market value of any equity securities, including any warrants or options therefor, delivered in connection with any Acquisition (other than issuances of equity securities to employees of the Acquired Business), (d) the present value of covenants not to compete entered into in connection with such Acquisition or other future payments which are required to be made over a period of time and are not contingent upon any Loan Party or its Subsidiary meeting financial performance objectives (exclusive of salaries paid in the ordinary course of business) (discounted at the Base Rate), but only to the extent not included in clause (a), (b) or (c) above, and (e) the amount of indebtedness assumed in connection with such Acquisition.
Total Consideration means the total amount (but without duplication) of (a) cash paid in connection with any Acquisition, plus (b) Indebtedness for borrowed money payable to the seller in connection with such Acquisition, plus (c) the fair market value of any equity securities, including any warrants or options therefor, delivered to the seller in connection with any Acquisition, plus (d) the amount of Indebtedness assumed in connection with any Acquisition.
Total Consideration means the total value of all cash, securities, or other property paid or transferred at the Closing (or Closings) by or to the Company, the Target and/or their respective shareholders or to be paid or transferred in the future to such parties with respect to such Business Combination (other than payments of interest or dividends), including, without limitation, any value paid in respect of (i) the assets of the Company or Target, (ii) the share capital of the Company or Target (and any securities convertible into options, warrants or other rights to acquire such shares), and (iii) the assumption, retirement or defeasance, directly or indirectly (by operation of law or otherwise), of any long-term liabilities of the Company or Target or repayment of indebtedness, including, without limitation, indebtedness secured by the assets of the Company or Target, capital leases or preferred shares obligations. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if the Business Combination contemplates the Target or newly formed holding company being the surviving entity in the Business Combination and issuing its securities to the Company as consideration, the Total Consideration will be deemed to be the fair market value of the Target as indicated in the Business Combination’s definitive acquisition agreement and proxy materials. If Total Consideration paid or transferred in the Business Combination includes non-cash consideration consisting of ordinary shares, options, warrants or rights for which a public trading market existed prior to the Closing, then the value of such securities shall be determined by the closing or last sales price thereof on the date that is two business days prior to the record date for the vote on the Business Combination. If all or a portion of the Total Consideration paid or transferred in the Business Combination is other than cash and securities (as described above), then the value of such other consideration shall be the fair market value thereof on the Closing as mutually agreed upon in good faith by the Company and Advisor. Any amounts payable or transferable to the Company or Target, or any affiliate of the Company or Target or any shareholder of the Company or Target in connection with a non-competition agreement or any employment, consulting, licensing, supply, transfer, assignment, forbearance or other agreement (whether by separate agreement or in the Transactions documents), to the extent that such amounts payable are greater than what would custo...

Examples of Total Consideration in a sentence

  • In the event the Applicant does not accept such alternate apartment or if there is no other apartment of a similar size at another location within the Project, the Applicant shall be refunded the amounts received against the Total Consideration within Thirty (30) days of receipt of equivalent amount from the subsequent sale of the Apartment without deduction ofWOODSHIRESector-107, Dwarka Expressway, Gurgaon × Signature of the Applicant/s TM Earnest Money.

  • In the event that such an alternate apartment is available and the Applicant accepts such alternate apartment, the applicable Total Consideration, including the applicable PLC, resulting due to such changed location/Apartment shall be payable or refundable, as the case may be, at the BSP mentioned herein.

  • Pool 2 Notes (1) The Early Participation Payment for the Pool 2 Offer will be $30 of principal amount of New 2042 Notes per $1,000 principal amount of Pool 2 Notes and is included in the Total Consideration.(2) The Cash Payment Percent of Premium is the percentage of the amount by which the Total Consideration exceeds $1,000 in principal amount of such Pool 2 Notes to be paid in cash.

  • However, if there is no alternate apartment available or if available, is not acceptable to the Applicant, then, the amount of Total Consideration received against the Apartment shall be refunded within a period of Ninety (90) days of such confirmation, along with simple interest thereon at the rate of Nine Percent (9%) per annum applied from the date of receipt of each payment instalment from the Applicant.

  • The Early Participation Payment for the Pool 1 Offer will be $30 of principal amount of New 2062 Notes per $1,000 principal amount of Pool 1 Notes and is included in the Total Consideration.


More Definitions of Total Consideration

Total Consideration means (without duplication), with respect to a Permitted Acquisition, the sum of (a) cash paid as consideration to the seller in connection with such Permitted Acquisition (other than Earn-Outs), plus (b) Indebtedness for borrowed money payable to the seller in connection with such Permitted Acquisition (other than Earn-Outs), plus (c) the present value of future payments which are required to be made over a period of time and are not contingent upon the Borrower or any of its Restricted Subsidiaries meeting financial performance objectives (exclusive of salaries paid in the ordinary course of business) (discounted at ABR), plus (d) the amount of Indebtedness for borrowed money assumed in connection with such Permitted Acquisition, minus (e) the aggregate principal amount of equity contributions made to Holdings the proceeds of which are used substantially contemporaneously with such contribution to fund all or a portion of the cash purchase price (including deferred payments) of such Permitted Acquisition, minus (f) any cash and Cash Equivalents on the balance sheet of the target entity acquired as part of the applicable Permitted Acquisition (to the extent such target entity becomes a Credit Party and complies with the requirements of Section 5.10), minus (g) all transaction costs incurred in connection therewith; provided that Total Consideration shall not include any consideration or payment (y) paid by Holdings or its Restricted Subsidiaries directly in the form of Equity Interests of Holdings (or any direct or indirect parent company thereof) (other than Disqualified Capital Stock) or (z) funded by cash and Cash Equivalents generated by any Excluded Subsidiary.
Total Consideration has the meaning set forth in Section 2.1.
Total Consideration means, with respect to any Acquisition, all cash and non-cash consideration, including the amount of Indebtedness assumed by the buyer and the amount of Indebtedness evidenced by notes issued by the buyer to the seller, the maximum amount payable in connection with any deferred purchase price obligation (including any Earn-Out Obligation) and the value of any Capital Stock of any Loan Party issued to the seller in connection with such Acquisition.
Total Consideration shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 2.8.
Total Consideration means, with respect to any Acquisition, (without duplication) the sum of (a) the total amount of cash paid in connection with such Acquisition, (b) all Indebtedness incurred in connection with such Acquisition, (c) such amount of liabilities assumed in connection with such Acquisition (excluding normal trade payables, accruals and indemnities), (d) the amount of Indebtedness payable to the seller in connection with such Acquisition and (e) the amounts paid or to be paid under any covenant not to compete, consulting agreements, “earn-up” or “earn-out” agreements and other deferred or contingent payment obligations in connection with such Acquisition, as reasonably estimated by the Borrower.
Total Consideration means, as to any Acquisition, the consideration in relation thereto paid in cash, Equity Interests, Debt, any other assumed liabilities (other than operating lease obligations and unknown contingent liabilities), other assets owned prior to the consummation of such Acquisition, or earn-outs, but excluding the value of any Equity Interests of the Parent (or any direct or indirect parent company) and the proceeds of issuances of Equity Interests of, or contributions to the equity of, the Parent.