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Knowledge. All references to the term "Knowledge" in this Agreement and the Transaction Documents means collectively, the actual knowledge of each Seller (as applicable) and Terziev together with the knowledge which any of them would have had if they had made inquiries and investigations into the relevant matter that a reasonably prudent officer or investor of a corporate entity would have made in similar circumstances.

Knowledge” means, with respect to the applicable Party, the actual knowledge, without any obligation of inquiry, of the senior executive(s) of such Party with responsibility for the subject area of the relevant fact or other matter.

Knowledge” means, with respect to a particular statement herein, that to the actual knowledge of the executive officers of Client or Patheon, as applicable, such officers are not aware of any facts or information that make such statement materially untrue.

Knowledge” means, with respect to Seller, the knowledge, after reasonable inquiry, of the directors and officers of Seller, and with respect to Purchaser, the knowledge, after reasonable inquiry, of the directors and officers of Purchaser.

Knowledge” means, with respect to any Person, the actual knowledge of any Responsible Officer of such Person and, in the case of Borrower, so long as he or she is employed by Borrower or its Subsidiaries, the actual knowledge of Patricia Scheller, James Atkinson and Scott Durbin, so long as such Person is an officer of Borrower.

Knowledge” means, with respect to the Borrower, the actual knowledge, after reasonable inquiry, of the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Financial Officer, the Chief Operating Officer,

Knowledge” shall mean, with respect to any party, the actual knowledge of the managers, directors or executive officers of such party or such party’s managing member, as applicable.

Knowledge. The Purchaser is aware of the Company’s business affairs and financial condition and has acquired sufficient information about the Company to reach an informed and knowledgeable decision to acquire the Securities.

Knowledge” – or any other similar knowledge qualification of a Person, means actual or constructive knowledge, after reasonable inquiry and investigation, of such Person (or if such Person is not an individual, the actual knowledge of any manager, director or officer of such Person).

Knowledge” means the actual knowledge of a Person, including such knowledge as would have been obtained by a diligent inquiry and knowledge imputed to a Person by operation of law.

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