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Subscription agreement

An application reviewed by the general partner to join a limited partnership.

Subscription Agreement

An application to join a limited partnership. The general partner in a limited partnership devises the subscription agreement and requires potential limited partners to complete it. The subscription agreement requires the applicant to disclose financial information relevant to his/her suitability to join the partnership. The agreement also states the terms of the partnership, should the application be approved.
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IDG, Carlyle and the management (mainly founder and CEO Vincent Mo) will invest a total amount between $400 million and $700 million (of which 50% will be convertible notes) to purchase SouFun's newly issued Class A ordinary shares and convertible notes ("Notes") pursuant to the Subscription Agreements.
Read your subscription agreements carefully and fully understand the terms and limitations of your license.
This practice is deceptive, Fishelman said, because most subscribers don't read all of the subscription agreements.
2) Write into your plans or amendments the conditions under which you will accept estate subscription agreements.
Altair has entered into subscription agreements with these investors pursuant to which it has agreed to sell a total of 9,259,259 units, each unit consisting of (i) one common share and (ii) one warrant to purchase 0.
With EIIC's first tranche, Global Alumina has now closed US$70 million of the US$300 million of subscription agreements secured since August 2005.
Pursuant to its January 9, 2006 press release outlining guidelines related to the closing, subscription agreements for the offering must be submitted to DCT's stock transfer agent, or custodian for qualified accounts, and received or postmarked by January 23, 2006.
3DIT), (Nasdaq: TDIT) announced today that it has terminated the Subscription Agreements and all other related agreements with Olajuwon Venture Capital, Inc.
com) (Nasdaq:CPST) announced that effective as of October 7, 2005, it entered into Subscription Agreements (the "Subscription Agreements") relating to a registered direct offering pursuant to which Capstone will sell up to 17,000,000 shares of the Company's Common Stock.
NASD rules require that affiliated investors' subscription price be at the closing bid price on the day prior to execution of the subscription agreements unless shareholder approval is obtained for a discount to market value.
Galantas has also received executed subscription agreements for 11,700,000 units for a subscription price of $1,170,000.
In other news, the company has cancelled the subscription agreements of Acosta Enterprises which provided for $12,500,000 for 12,500,000 shares and USA Group which provided for $9,375,000 for 12,500,000 shares.