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Parties clause of precedent: Loan note instrument—private M&A—share purchase: Add the following party:
[Insert guarantor company name] [Limited OR plc] incorporated in [England and Wales OR [insert other country of incorporation]] under number [insert company number] whose registered office is at [insert address] (Guarantor)
Recitals paragraph of precedent: Loan note instrument—private M&A—share purchase: Add the following recital:
The Guarantor has, at the request of the Issuer, agreed to provide the Guarantee.
Clause 1.1 of precedent: Loan note instrument—private M&A—share purchase: Add the following definition:
Guarantee means the guarantee contained in clause 11 granted by the Guarantor on the terms set out in Schedule 6;
Clause 2.1 of precedent: Loan note instrument—private M&A—share purchase: Add the following before ‘subordinated’:
Clause 3.2 of precedent: Loan note instrument—private M&A—share purchase: Add the following new sub-clause:
The Notes shall be guaranteed in accordance with the Guarantee.
Clause 10.1.1 of precedent: Loan note instrument—private M&A—share purchase: Add the following after ‘therefor’:
and the Guarantor has not remedied such failure whether or not a demand has been made under the Guarantee
Clause 10.1.5 of precedent: Loan note instrument—private M&A—share purchase: Add the following new sub-clause after sub-clause 10.1.4:
it is or will become unlawful for the Guarantor to perform
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