(c) contributions. All sums to which the company must pay contributions from the date of the agreement under the legislation in force, a pension plan or an agreement concerning a staff pension plan in which the company participates have been paid in full. The entity has put in place appropriate provisions for reserves in the financial statements to meet all contributions that have not been paid because they are not yet due in accordance with the terms of a staff pension plan or related agreements. 4.2. Affiliates. [The enterprise does not own, directly or indirectly, subsidiaries, nor has the right or obligation to acquire any capital, equity or other similar investments in a company, partnership, joint venture, association, limited liability company, trust or other entity under a contract or other entity.] 2.4. Trust Fund. On the balance date, the buyer must pay the trust fund into a trust account in a form that must be mutually agreed between the parties, in accordance with the terms and provisions of a trust agreement (the “fiduciary agreement” dated from the closing date. The trust fund shall be used to fulfil the seller`s obligations to exempt the buyer and the enterprise in accordance with Article VII of this Agreement.
“privileges” means all rights of pledge, rights of pledge, voting rights, voting rights, voting rights, voting rights, claims, guarantees, restrictions, mortgages, mortgage loan agreements, leases and other property rights, conditional sales contracts or other retention of title, assessments, easements, rights of way, covenants, restrictions, pre-emption rights, legal defaults, interventions and other charges, options or charges of any kind; These definitions are illustrative and need to be adapted to reflect the unique characteristics of each share purchase agreement. A lawyer can check these definitions and advise whether or not they apply in a given situation. If the time is expected between signature and conclusion (i.e.: If the agreement is not a simultaneous sign and conclusion, certain covenants (usually called pre-closing covenants or interim operating covenants) are included in the share purchase agreement in order to regulate the behavior of the buyer, seller and company between signature and conclusion. “subsidiary” or “subsidiary” of a person, any company, partnership, joint venture or any other legal person whose holder (alone or by or by another subsidiary) directly or indirectly owns 50% or more of the share capital or other interests whose holders generally have the right to choose the board of directors or other management body of that company or another entity of other legal persons. (d) any declaration, suspension or payment of a dividend or distribution in respect of a share capital of the company, or any withdrawal, purchase or other acquisition of securities of the company, although the recitals are not required by law, help to explain the fundamental context and structure of the transfer of shares. The parties should be aware of the possible legal effect of the recitals under the national law in force. For example, according to the California Rules of Evidence, the facts cited between the parties to the written agreement are “conclusive as true.” NOW, taking into account the reciprocal agreements and arrangements described above and for other good and valuable counterparties whose maintenance and sufficiency are hereby confirmed, the parties hereby agree: insert the number of shares held by the seller. If the seller owns 100% of the shares, this recital can be modified by the fact that it says: “Considering that the seller owns all the issued and outstanding common shares with no par value per share (the “common shares of the company”) of the company (these common shares are referred to there as “shares”). A lawyer can assist in the development of the applicable text for any other property agreement….