Examples of Unaudited Interim Balance Sheet in a sentence
The Company owns, and has good and valid title to, or, in the case of leased properties and assets, valid leasehold interests in, all tangible properties or tangible assets and equipment used or held for use in its business or operations or purported to be owned by it, including: (a) all tangible assets reflected on the Company Unaudited Interim Balance Sheet; and (b) all other tangible assets reflected in the books and records of the Company as being owned by the Company.
Since the date of the Company Unaudited Interim Balance Sheet, neither the Company nor any of its Subsidiaries has incurred any material Liability for Taxes outside the Ordinary Course of Business.
To the extent that a claim for indemnification by Parent hereunder relates to a liability incurred by the Company and there is an accrual on the Unaudited Interim Balance Sheet in respect of such liability, then the determination of Damages in respect of such claim shall be net of such accrual.
The unpaid Taxes of the Company and its Subsidiaries did not, as of the date of the Company Unaudited Interim Balance Sheet, materially exceed the reserve for Tax liability (excluding any reserve for deferred Taxes established to reflect timing differences between book and Tax items) set forth on the face of the Company Unaudited Interim Balance Sheet.
The Acquired Corporations own, and have good and valid title to, all assets purported to be owned by them, including: (i) all assets reflected on the Unaudited Interim Balance Sheet (except for inventory sold or otherwise disposed of in the ordinary course of business since the date of the Unaudited Interim Balance Sheet); and (ii) all other assets reflected in the books and records of the Acquired Corporations as being owned by the Acquired Corporations.