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Adjustment of Covenants
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Adjustment of Covenants. The Parties consider the covenants and restrictions contained in this [Section 7] to be reasonable. However, if and when any such covenant or restriction is found to be void or unenforceable and would have been valid had some part of it been deleted or had its scope of application been modified, such covenant or restriction will be deemed to have been applied with such modification as would be necessary and consistent with the intent of the Parties to have made it valid, enforceable and effective.

Adjustment of Covenants. The parties consider the covenants and restrictions contained in this Section 4 to be reasonable in all respects. However, if and when any such covenant or restriction is found to be void or unenforceable and would have been valid had some part of it been deleted or had its scope of application been modified, such covenant or restriction will be deemed to have been applied with such modification as would be necessary and consistent with the intent of the parties to have made it valid, enforceable and effective.

Adjustment of Covenants. The Parties consider the covenants and restrictions contained in this [Section 7] to be reasonable. However, if and when any such covenant or restriction is found to be void or unenforceable and would have been valid had some part of it been deleted or had its scope of application been modified, such covenant or restriction will be deemed to have been applied with such modification as would be necessary and consistent with the intent of the Parties to have made it valid, enforceable and effective.

Adjustment of Covenants. The parties consider the covenants and restrictions contained in this Section 4 to be reasonable in all respects. However, if and when any such covenant or restriction is found to be void or unenforceable and would have been valid had some part of it been deleted or had its scope of application been modified, such covenant or restriction will be deemed to have been applied with such modification as would be necessary and consistent with the intent of the parties to have made it valid, enforceable and effective.

. The Parties consider the covenants and restrictions contained in this [Section 7] to be reasonable. However, if and when any such covenant or restriction is found to be void or unenforceable and would have been valid had some part of it been deleted or had its scope of application been modified, such covenant or restriction will be deemed to have been applied with such modification as would be necessary and consistent with the intent of the Parties to have made it valid, enforceable and effective.

Adjustment of Covenants. The parties consider the covenants and restrictions contained in this Section 4 to be reasonable in all respects. However, if and when any such covenant or restriction is found to be void or unenforceable and would have been valid had some part of it been deleted or had its scope of application been modified, such covenant or restriction will be deemed to have been applied with such modification as would be necessary and consistent with the intent of the parties to have made it valid, enforceable and effective.

Adjustment of Covenants. The Parties consider the covenants and restrictions contained in this Section 7 to be reasonable. However, if and when any such covenant or restriction is found to be void or unenforceable and would have been valid had some part of it been deleted or had its scope of application been modified, such covenant or restriction will be deemed to have been applied with such modification as would be necessary and consistent with the intent of the Parties to have made it valid, enforceable and effective.

Adjustment. In the event of certain corporate transactions, the Committee shall adjust the RSUs as set forth in [Section 3.2] of the Plan.

Adjustment. If at any time the number of outstanding shares of Common Stock is increased as the result of any stock dividend, stock split, subdivision or reclassification of shares, the number of Stock Units with which each Director’s Stock Unit Account is credited will be increased in the same proportion as the outstanding number of shares of Common Stock is increased. If the number of outstanding shares of Common Stock is decreased as the result of any combination, reverse stock split or reclassification of shares, the number of Stock Units with which each Director’s Stock Unit Account is credited will be decreased in the same proportion as the outstanding number of shares of Common Stock is decreased. In the event the Corporation is consolidated with or merged into any other corporation and holders of shares of Common Stock receive shares of the capital stock of the resulting or surviving corporation, there shall be credited to each Director’s Stock Unit Account, in lieu of the extant Stock Units, new Stock Units in an amount equal to the product of the number of shares of capital stock exchanged for one share of the Corporation’s common stock upon such consolidation or merger, and the number of Stock Units with which such account then is credited. If, in such a consolidation or merger, holders of shares of Common Stock receive any consideration other than shares of the capital stock of the resulting or surviving corporation or its parent corporation, the Plan Committee will determine any appropriate change in Directors’ Stock Unit Accounts. In the event of a recapitalization or other corporate transaction affecting the Common Stock, the Plan Committee will determine an appropriate change in Directors’ Stock Unit Accounts.

Adjustment. In the event of any equity restructuring (within the meaning of Financial Accounting Standards Board Accounting Standards Codification Topic 718, Compensation-Stock Compensation) that causes the per share value of shares of Common Stock to change, such as a stock dividend, stock split, spinoff, rights offering or recapitalization through an extraordinary dividend, the terms of this Award, including the number and class of securities subject hereto, shall be appropriately adjusted by the Board. In the event of any other change in corporate capitalization, including a merger, consolidation, reorganization, or partial or complete liquidation of the Company, such equitable adjustments described in the foregoing sentence may be made as determined to be appropriate and equitable by the Board (or, if the Company is not the surviving corporation in any such transaction, the board of directors of the surviving corporation) to prevent dilution or enlargement of rights of participants. The decision of the Board regarding any such adjustment shall be final, binding and conclusive.

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