Termination Fee

Example Definitions of "Termination Fee"
Termination Fee. Or the No Approval Fee is payable, the party liable to pay the Termination Fee or the No Approval Fee (as applicable) shall, in addition to payment of the Termination Fee or the No Approval Fee (as applicable), reimburse the other party and its Affiliates (by wire transfer of immediately available funds), no later than three Business Days after such termination, for 100% of their out-of-pocket fees, costs, obligations owed to third parties and expenses (including reasonable fees and expenses of... their counsel) actually incurred by any of them in contemplation of, in connection with or in any way relating to the consideration, negotiation or implementation of this Agreement or the Transactions and other actions contemplated hereby in an amount not to exceed $35,000,000. View More
Termination Fee. An amount equal to ten million U.S. dollars ($10,000,000.00)
Termination Fee. A termination fee equal to three times the Fees earned by the Adviser during the twelve month period immediately preceding the most recently completed calendar quarter prior to the Effective Termination Date; provided, however, if this Agreement is terminated prior to the one year anniversary of the date of this Agreement, the Fees earned during such period will be annualized for purposes of calculating the Fees
Termination Fee. The meaning ascribed to such term in the Management Agreement
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