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This excerpt taken from the LPL 20-F filed Apr 11, 2005.
Article 15-3. (Issuance of Bonds with Warrants)
The Company may issue bonds with warrant to persons other than its shareholders by a resolution of the Board of Directors in any of the following cases, to the extent that the
aggregate par value amount of the bonds with warrant (plus any previously issued and outstanding convertible bonds and bonds with warrants) does not exceed one (1) trillion Won:
Where the Company issues bonds with warrant through a general public offering;
Where the Company issues bonds with warrant for the purpose of drawing foreign investment, when it deems necessary for its management;
Where the Company issues bonds with warrant to a domestic or overseas financial institution for an urgent need for funds; or
Where the Company issues bonds with warrant in foreign countries in accordance with Article 192 of the SEA.
The aggregate price of new shares which may be subscribed for by the holders of warrants shall be determined by the Board of Directors, but shall not exceed the aggregate par value
of the bonds with warrants.
The classes of shares to be issued upon exercise of warrant shall be common shares for 600 billion Won of the bonds with warrants, in face value, and preferred shares for 400
billion Won of the bonds with warrants, in face value. The exercise price shall not be lower than the par value of the Companys shares as determined by the Board of Directors at the time of issuance of the relevant bonds with warrant.
The period during which warrant may be exercised shall be from the date one (1) month after the date of issuance of the relevant bonds with warrant to the date one day prior to the
redemption date of the bonds; provided, that the Board of Directors may, by its resolution, adjust the exercise period for bonds with warrant within the above period.
With respect to the dividends on the shares to be issued upon exercise of warrant, Article 11 and Article 43-2, Paragraph (4) shall apply mutatis mutandis.
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