U.S. Closing Date means the 20th day of May, 2006 or such other Business Day as the Parties may agree as the date upon which the U.S. Closing shall take place;
Examples of U.S. Closing Date in a sentence
LSI shall pay the U.S. 364 Day Commitment Fees in arrears on the last day in each March, June, September and December (commencing with the first such day after the U.S. Closing Date) and the U.S. 364 Day Termination Date.
LSI shall pay the U.S. Revolving Commitment Fees in arrears on the last day in each March, June, September and December (commencing with the first such day after the U.S. Closing Date) and the Revolving Termination Date.
If any Lender so requests, such Lender's U.S. Loans shall be evidenced by one or more promissory notes in the form of Exhibit F (individually, a "Note"), each of which shall be (i) payable to the order of such Lender, (ii) in the amount of such Lender's U.S. Revolving Commitment or U.S. 364 Day Commitment, as the case may be, (iii) dated the U.S. Closing Date, and (iv) otherwise appropriately completed.
The Credit Agreement, duly executed by each Borrower, each Lender and Agent; (2) Agent's Syndication Letter, duly executed by each Borrower; (3) If the Initial Closing Date is the U.S. Closing Date, a Note payable to each applicable U.S. Lender requesting such a Note for its U.S. Revolving Loans or U.S. 364 Day Loans, each duly executed by LSI; and (4) If the Initial Closing Date is the Japanese Closing Date, the LSI Guaranty, duly executed by LSI.
The parties each agree to take such actions as may reasonably be requested at and following the U.S. Closing Date to document to BCIS or such other governmental agency, as the case may be, as may be necessary, the successor-in-interest relationship with respect to any Affected Foreign National Employees and U.S. Seller agrees to continue to employ the Affected Foreign National Employees until such employees can be hired by U.S. Buyer.