Service Agreement Between Parent Company And Subsidiary

This SECOND AMENDMENT TO THE INTERCOMPANY SERVICE AGREEMENT (this “Agreement”) will be entered into and entered into on January 1, 2009 by and between COLT DEFENSE LLC, a delaware limited liability company (“Colt Defense”), and COLT`S MANUFACTURING COMPANY LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (“CMC”). The company I represent has several 100% subsidiaries. We want to conclude framework contracts with national suppliers that apply to all our subsidiaries because it is more efficient and because we get a price break with the increase in the overall business book. Do you think it would work if my company (which is the “holding” of the subsidiaries) concluded each framework contract with each supplier on behalf of itself and “all its subsidiaries 100%”, and as soon as orders have been placed under the framework contract (if specific needs arise), is the order issued by a given subsidiary? If appropriate, it would be sufficient to simply state that the framework contract is concluded in the name of “all its subsidiaries 100%”, or should we list each subsidiary (for example. B in an exposure to the agreement). Infogrames Entertainment SA, a French company with its registered office at 1 place Verrazzano 69252 Lyon Cedex 09, France (“Infogrames”), Atari Interactive, Inc. (Interactive) and Humongous, Inc., a Delaware corporation, headquartered at 417 Fifth Avenue, New York 10016, United States of America (collectively, “Infogrames Affiliates”) This Wisdom of the Crowd (discussion of CCA members) addresses the issue of whether a holding company should enter into one or more Master Service Agreements (“MSAs”) with its subsidiaries and suppliers, and best practices on potential liability. This resource has consisted of questions and answers posted on the Corporate and Securities Law ACC Network Forum.* CE INTERCOMPANY SERVICES AGREEMENT will be entered into as of 2016 by and between SOBC Services Company Limited, connecticut This intercompany service agreement (this “Agreement”) will be entered into between Language Line on January 19, 2006. LLC, a delaware limited liability company, on behalf of itself and its subsidiaries (together “LL US”) and De Language Line Ltd, a limited liability company founded under the laws of England and Wales (“LL UK” and, together with LL US, the “Parties”).

This Intercompany Service Agreement (this “Agreement”) will enter into force on May 30, 2019 (“Effective Date”) by and between Medigus Ltd., a company established under the laws of the State of Israel (“Parent Company”), and ScoutCam Ltd,, a subsidiary of the parent company established in accordance with the laws of the State of Israel (“Company”).