Dissolution

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Dissolution. When the Company, after having executed a certificate of dissolution with the State of Delaware (or other applicable state), has completely wound up its affairs. Conversion of the Company into a Limited Liability Company (or any other pass-through entity) will not be considered a Dissolution for purposes of the Plan.
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Dissolution. When the Company, after having executed a certificate of dissolution with the State of Delaware (or other applicable state), has completely wound up its affairs. Conversion of the Company into a Limited Liability Company (or any other pass-through entity) will not be considered a Dissolution "Dissolution" for purposes of the Plan.
Dissolution. When the Company, after having executed a certificate of dissolution with the State of Delaware (or other applicable state), Delaware, has completely wound up its affairs. Conversion of the Company into a Limited Liability Company (or any other pass-through entity) will not be considered a Dissolution for purposes of the Plan.
Dissolution. When Means when the Company, after having executed a certificate of dissolution with the State of Delaware (or other applicable state), Delaware, has completely wound up its affairs. Conversion of the Company into a Limited Liability Company (or any other pass-through entity) will not be considered a Dissolution for purposes of the Plan.
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Dissolution. When the Company, after having executed a certificate of dissolution with the State of Nevada, has completely wound up its affairs.
Dissolution. When Means when the Company, after having executed a certificate of dissolution with the State of Nevada, has completely wound up its affairs.
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Dissolution. Has the meaning assigned to it in Recital F.
Dissolution. When the Company has completely wound up its affairs and dissolved in accordance with the Companies Act 1981 of Bermuda
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