In most acquisitions where the target employee-owner played an integral part in the operation of the acquired business, the acquirer and owner will execute a noncompete covenant
in connection with the transaction.
shows how the covenant
ideal, which was central to the concerns of the founders of the United States, is necessary today amid avaricious misuse of economic power and denial of basic economic rights.
Preparation is a key element in covenant
And auction experts are urging property seekers to research covenants
in place before making a bid.
In 2004, seven years after the initial passage of the covenant
marriage legislation, the Louisiana legislature imposed additional obligations on covenant
spouses, many of which are merely hortatory in nature.
Despite the cause of a debt covenant
violation or the potential breach of a debt covenant
, planning and communication can help most companies navigate the current economic and regulatory storms.
The 1987 covenant
could have been filed away, but the signing churches and KAIROS are making a real effort to ensure this document is not forgotten," said Allen.
Revolutionary England and the National Covenant
is based on prodigious archival research, and the arguments derived from the subscription returns may be the most original section of the book.
When commentator and media personality Tavis Smiley approached Haki Madhubuti about publishing The Covenant
, there was already reason to be pessimistic as well as optimistic about the book's prospects.
She views the covenant
marriage movement as a way for religious groups to bring God more openly into traditional family values and calls it "a wonderful idea" for individual rituals, although she doesn't think the state should play a role.
reflected more ad-hoc arrangements although here Weir turns up some surprises.
4(2), all amounts received or receivable in respect of the grant of a restrictive covenant
would, except for three narrowly prescribed exceptions set forth in subsection 56.