Transactional Documents means this Agreement, the Lease Assignment, the Acceptance Certificate, the Warranty Bill of Sale, the Transfer Certificate (if used) and all notices, consents, confirmation, certificates and other documents from time to time issued or entered into pursuant to or in connection with any thereof;
Transactional Documents means, collectively, this Agreement, the Security Agreement and each and every other agreement, document or indenture by which Funding Recipient or any Affiliate is bound relating to or materially affecting the acquisition of the Equipment and/or the Vehicles, the use of the Equipment and/or the Vehicles in accordance with the City Purpose Covenant, or the implementation of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement.
Transactional Documents means the Note, the Covenant Letter Agreement (as defined in the Note), the License Agreement Amendments (as defined in the Note), the Letter Agreement, the Security Documents and the Sponsored Research Agreement Amendment (as defined in the Note).[Remainder of page intentionally left blank]
Any representation or warranty made or deemed made by Funding Recipient in this Agreement or the Security Agreement or any other of the Transactional Documents shall be false, incomplete or misleading as of when made or deemed made.
Funding Recipient shall fail to perform or observe any of the terms, covenants or conditions on its part to be performed or observe under any of the Transactional Documents (other than the Security Agreement) and such failure continues for ten (10) Business Days after written notice to Funding Recipient specifying such Default.
This Security Agreement creates a valid first priority Lien in the Collateral, securing Grantor’s performance and payment of its Obligations under the Transactional Documents, including, without limitation, performance of the City Purpose Covenant, and all actions necessary or desirable to protect such Lien have been duly taken.
Neither this Agreement nor any right, obligation or interest hereunder or under the Debenture or other Transactional Documents shall be assignable, transferable or otherwise alienable by the Company or the Subsidiary except with the prior written consent of Enable.
No Default or Event of Default has occurred and is continuing under the Transactional Documents to which the Borrower is a party.
More definitions of Transactional Documents
Transactional Documents means the complete set of documents created to support a transaction or transactions that will effectuate the transfer of control or assignment of the License Portfolio between Straight Path and one or more unrelated third-parties.
Transactional Documents means this Agreement, the Seller Disclosure Schedules, Bill of Sale, Assignment and Assumption Agreement, Fixed Term Temporary Employment Offer, At-Will Employment Offer, Seller Non-Competition Agreement and Transitional Services Agreement.
Transactional Documents means this Agreement, the Transitional Services Agreement, the Reverse Transitional Services Agreement, the Transitional Trademark Licence, the Lombard Aircraft Transfer Agreements, the Intellectual Property Deed and the Confidentiality Agreement.
Transactional Documents means this Note, the Covenant Letter Agreement, the License Agreement Amendments, the Letter Agreement, the Security Documents (as defined in the Security Agreement) and the Sponsored Research Agreement Amendment.[Signature pages follow]
Transactional Documents means, collectively, this Agreement, the Architect’s Contract, the Construction Management Contract and the Construction Contracts and each and every agreement, document or indenture by which Funding Recipient or any Affiliate is bound relating to or materially affecting the financing or construction of the Project Improvements, or the leasing, possession, or occupancy of the Premises or the use of the Premises in accordance with the City Purpose Covenant.