CYMI » Topics » Change of Control at Parent Level.

This excerpt taken from the CYMI 10-Q filed Nov 2, 2005.
Change of Control at Parent Level.  If, through a transaction or series of transactions, a Member Parent of a Member is acquired by, or comes otherwise under the control of, a competitor or Major Customer of the other Member Parent, the other Member may treat such event as a “Triggering Event” pursuant to Section 11.02(a), except that such other Member shall be treated as the Non-Triggering Party and the Member whose Member Parent is affected by such event shall be treated as the Triggering Party thereunder.  As used in this Section 11.04, “
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