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Knowledge. As used in this Agreement, the term “knowledge” of any Person shall mean and include # with respect to the Company, the actual knowledge of any of the Company’s officers or directors and # that knowledge which a reasonably prudent business person could have obtained in the management of his or her business affairs after making due inquiry and exercising due diligence which a prudent business person should have made or exercised, as applicable, with respect thereto.

Knowledge”. Knowledge means, with respect to a Party, the actual knowledge of an officer of such Party, or any in-house legal counsel of such Party, without any duty to conduct any additional investigation with respect to such facts and information by reason of the execution of, or the transactions contemplated by, this Agreement.

Knowledge. As used in this Agreement, the term “knowledge” of any person or entity shall mean and include # with respect to the Company, the actual knowledge of any of the Company’s officers or directors and # that knowledge which a reasonably prudent business person could have obtained in the management of his or her business affairs after making due inquiry and exercising due diligence which a prudent business person should have made or exercised, as applicable, with respect thereto.

Knowledge. The Holder, either alone or together with its representatives, has such knowledge, sophistication and experience in business and financial matters so as to be capable of evaluating the merits and risks of the prospective investment in the Warrant Shares, and has so evaluated the merits and risks of such investment. The Holder is able to bear the economic risk of an investment in the Warrant Shares and, at the present time, is able to afford a complete loss of such investment.

Knowledge; Discretion. All references herein to a Purchaser’s or the Company’s knowledge shall be deemed to mean the knowledge of such party based on the actual knowledge of such party’s Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer or such other persons holding equivalent offices. Unless specified to the contrary herein, all references herein to an exercise of discretion or judgment by a Purchaser, to the making of a determination or designation by a Purchaser, to the application of a Purchaser’s discretion or opinion, to the granting or withholding of a Purchaser’s consent or approval, to the consideration of whether a matter or thing is satisfactory or acceptable to a Purchaser, or otherwise involving the decision making of a Purchaser, shall be deemed to mean that such Purchaser shall decide using the reasonable discretion or judgment of a prudent lender.

Knowledge; Discretion. All references herein to the Company’s knowledge shall be deemed to mean the actual knowledge of the Company’s executive chairman, president, chief executive officer and chief financial officer or such other persons holding equivalent offices. All references herein to a Purchaser’s knowledge shall be deemed to mean the knowledge of such Purchaser based on the actual knowledge of such Purchaser’s chief executive officer and chief financial officer or such other persons holding equivalent offices. Unless specified to the contrary herein, all references herein to an exercise of discretion or judgment by a Purchaser to the making of a determination or designation by a Purchaser, to the application of a Purchaser’s discretion or opinion, to the granting or withholding of a Purchaser’s consent or approval, to the consideration of whether a matter or thing is satisfactory or acceptable to a Purchaser, or otherwise involving the decision making of a Purchaser, shall be deemed to mean that such Purchaser shall decide using the reasonable discretion or judgment of a prudent lender.

Residual Knowledge. Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary set forth in this Agreement, Confidential Information will not include any knowledge, technique, experience, or Know-How that is retained in the unaided memory of any authorized representative of the receiving Party after having access to such Confidential Information (“Residual Knowledge”). Any use made by the receiving Party of any such Residual Knowledge is on an “as is, where is” basis, with all faults and all representations and warranties disclaimed and at its sole risk.

Knowledge; Discretion. All references herein to a Purchaser’s or the Company’s knowledge shall be deemed to mean the knowledge of such party based on the actual knowledge of such party’s Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer or such other persons holding equivalent offices. Unless specified to the contrary herein, all references herein to an exercise of discretion or judgment by a Purchaser, to the making of a determination or designation by a Purchaser, to the application of a Purchaser’s discretion or opinion, to the granting or withholding of a Purchaser’s consent or approval, to the consideration of whether a matter or thing is satisfactory or acceptable to a Purchaser, or otherwise involving the decision making of a Purchaser, shall be deemed to mean that such Purchaser shall decide using the reasonable discretion or judgment of a prudent lender.

Knowledge Individuals. Each of the individuals listed on [Schedule 1.1(b)] is a Responsible Officer, who is responsible for the management and administration of the Borrower.

Knowledge; Discretion. All references herein to a Purchaser’s or the Company’s knowledge shall be deemed to mean the knowledge of such party based on the actual knowledge of such party’s Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer or such other persons holding equivalent offices. Unless specified to the contrary herein, all references herein to an exercise of discretion or judgment by a Purchaser, to the making of a determination or designation by a Purchaser, to the application of a Purchaser’s discretion or opinion, to the granting or withholding of a Purchaser’s consent or approval, to the consideration of whether a matter or thing is satisfactory or acceptable to a Purchaser, or otherwise involving the decision making of a Purchaser, shall be deemed to mean that such Purchaser shall decide using the reasonable discretion or judgment of a prudent lender.

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