This excerpt taken from the WYN 8-K filed Jul 19, 2006.
Agreements with Cendant, Realogy and Travelport
Before our separation from Cendant, we will enter into a Separation and Distribution Agreement and several other agreements with Cendant and Cendants other businesses to effect the separation and provide a framework for our relationships with Cendant and Cendants other businesses after the separation. These agreements will govern the relationships among us, Cendant, Realogy and Travelport subsequent to the completion of the separation plan and provide for the allocation among us, Cendant, Realogy and Travelport of Cendants assets, liabilities and obligations (including employee benefits and tax-related assets and liabilities) attributable to periods prior to the respective separations of each of the businesses from Cendant. In addition to the Separation and Distribution Agreement (which contains many of the key provisions related to our separation from Cendant and the distribution of our shares of common stock to Cendant stockholders), these agreements include:
The principal agreements described below have been filed as exhibits to the registration statement on Form 10 of which this information statement is a part, and the summaries of each of these agreements set forth the terms of the agreements that we believe are material. These summaries are qualified in their entireties by reference to the full text of the applicable agreements, which are incorporated by reference into this information statement.
The terms of the agreements described below that will be in effect following our separation have not yet been finalized; changes, some of which may be material, may be made prior to our separation from Cendant. Moreover, following our separation from Cendant, additional changes may be made by Cendant and Travelport (prior to its separation from Cendant) with respect to rights and obligations between those two parties. None of the changes made after our separation from Cendant may be made without our consent if such changes would adversely affect us.