Louis Mangione

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Side Letter Agreement Edgar

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Depending on the type of fund, a typical letter may contain certain provisions, including, but not limited to: the provisions of the MFN are probably the most frequent – and most problematic – clauses used in the letters. The provisions of the MFN are implemented when investors wish to protect themselves from less favourable conditions than those available to existing or potential investors. An investor may request, by subsidiary letter, that the investment company manager issue an MFN guarantee guaranteeing that other investors have been or will be offered on higher investment terms, unless these conditions are also made available to the investor who makes the application. This letter, however, confirms the agreement (the “agreement”) between and between Mechanical Technology, Incorporated, a New York-based company (the investor), and Soluna Technologies Investment I, LLC, a limited liability company in Delaware (“STI I, LLC” or “Preexisting Investor”), with respect to and taking into account the investor`s investment in the A Vonsamen group of thieves. , a private company created in accordance with the laws of British Columbia (“Soluna”) at the same time as the conclusion of this agreement. The terms used but not defined, used but not defined in this term, have the applicable meaning defined in the amended and amended Soluna Statutes, as they apply at the time of writing (the “modified and amended articles”). Following the implementation of this agreement by all parties, this agreement constitutes a binding agreement between these parties, which cannot be amended without the written agreement of these parties, and, subject to the restriction provided for in Section 2 of this subsidiary letter, an agreement between the City of Santa Monica (the “City”) and the Santa Monica Firefighters Association Local 1109 IAFF (“1109”). to reflect the agreed amendment to Contract 10545 (CCS) (“MOU”), signed by and between the City and 1109 for the period from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2020.

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