Post-Acquisition Period

Example Definitions of "Post-Acquisition Period"
Post-Acquisition Period. With respect to any After-Acquired Business, the twenty-four (24) months immediately following the consummation of the purchase or other acquisition of such After-Acquired Business in accordance with the definitive documentation thereof or, in the case of any purchase or acquisition during the Interim Period (with the consent of Baker Hughes Incorporated, such consent not to be unreasonably withheld, delayed or conditioned), twenty-four (24) months following the Closing Date; provided that if... (i) a definitive agreement has been entered into with respect to a Sale of all (but not less than all) of the After-Acquired Business, (ii) all conditions to the consummation of such Sale have been satisfied as required by the applicable definitive agreement except for the satisfaction of the applicable Regulatory Conditions or any other conditions the condition precedent to the satisfaction of which is satisfaction of the applicable Regulatory Conditions, and (iii) the applicable member of the GE Group has complied in all material respects with its respective obligations under Section 3 of this Agreement or any obligation in connection with satisfaction of such Regulatory Conditions, then the Post-Acquisition Period with respect to such After-Acquired Business shall not expire until the earlier of (A) termination of such definitive agreement and (B) five days after the satisfaction of such Regulatory Conditions. View More
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